Singapore Quiz

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Quiz by YoloSwag
Last updated: November 28, 2012
First submittedNovember 28, 2012
Times taken1,048
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Who was the founder of Singapore?
Who was the first Prime Minister of Singapore?
Lee Kuan Yew
What is the national anthem of Singapore called?
Majulah Singapura
What is the Singapore icon?
What is the most famous shopping street in Singapore?
Orchard Road
Three buildings with a ship on top?
Marina Bay Sands
What does Singapura mean?
Lion City
National languages
English, Malay, Chinese, Tamil
What international sporting event did Singapore host in 2010?
The Youth Olympics
Famous alcoholic drink of Singapore
The Singapore Sling
Exams student take after primary school
Who is the current Prime Minister of Singapore?
Lee Hsien Loong
Current president?
Dr. Tony Tan
Where does the president stay?
What is Singapore's favorite pastime?
Name of the Singaporean dialect
Level 51
Nov 26, 2012
Think you should accept variations of "Youth olympics" and "singapore sling" without the "the", at least. Also, The national languages have to be in the order that you gave them in order to be accepted. Please fix that too!
Level 71
Nov 26, 2012
In addition, the proper spelling is Pastime, not Past Time.
Level 47
Nov 26, 2016
You should make the National languages section into four seperate boxes, I guessed all of those but not in that order
Level 38
Jun 14, 2017
i wrote stamford raffles, it didn't accept. Pls fix that too.
Level 16
Mar 30, 2020
I believe that it should be Mandarin instead of Chinese, or at least both should be accpeted
Level 18
May 14, 2020
Your answer for the Present is outdated. It's Halima Yacob. The languages answer is too strict if an answer that's correct but not in the order you put in is rejected. Sir Stanford Raffles was rejected. That's the answer...