Singapore - Free Singapore Tour 10 - Image of the Free Singapore Tour, Singapore
The free Singapore trip is open to all travelers travelling at Changi Airport. Heritage tours run 7 days a week and City Lights tours twice a day. Accessible only. In order to participate in the trip, here is what to do: 1. when you arrive at Changi Airport, please stay in the passage area and do not clear your entry, as the stands are in the passage area.
Show your card, your travel pass and your visa at the Free Singapore Tours booth: When you arrive at the airport, please remain in the transition area and go to exit 2 (transition area) for register. TerminiTerminal 2 - In the transition area, between Transfer Lounge F and Skytrain to TerminiTerminal 3, near the escalators for arrival immigrant (level 2) TerminiTerminal 3 - In the transition area, near Transfer Lounge A and Gate A1-A8 (level 2) The application is closed 1 hours before the beginning of the trip and the guests are led as a group to clarify the immiguity before the beginning of the trip.
World Factbook - Central News Agency
As early as the fourteenth century Singapore was home to a Malaysian commercial harbour called Temasek. In 1819 the British established Singapore as a commercial settlement on the site. As a result, Singapore became one of the wealthiest economies in the whole wide globe with powerful global trade relations (its harbor is one of the world's most heavily trafficked in tonnes handled) and a per capita GNP equivalent to that of Western Europe's top nations:
Singapore has a sophisticated and prosperous free enterprise system. The 2012-2017 pace of economic expansion was lower than in the last ten years due to the slowdown in pace of economic structure - Singapore achieved a high level of incomes - and weak overall exporting. In 2017, economic recovery led to a recovery to 3.6%. Singapore's economic restructuring is being attempted by the Singaporean authorities to alleviate dependency on non-Singaporean labour, boost production and wage increases, while labour expansion and the ageing of the populations are being slowed down.
It is a member of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and a contracting partner of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) with nine other ASEAN members as well as Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand. Singapore, along with the other ASEAN members, founded the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015.