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Where is Singapore located?

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Singapore is located just south of the Malay Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It is 137 kilometers north of the equator and consists of 64 islands, according to the government website.

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Singapore is a sovereign city-state formerly ruled by the United Kingdom and briefly part of the now-defunct Federation of Malaya, which gained independence as a country in 1965. The country is listed as the fourth-largest financial center in the world and boasts the third-highest per capita income in the world. Singapore has a population of just over five million in about 710 square kilometers, making it a very densely populated country, only second to Monaco.

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