Singapore, located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, is sandwiched between the Malacca Straits and the South China Sea. With container ships regularly going in and out of its busy port, its strategic location along one of the world's most vital shipping routes contributed significantly to its quick expansion.
In addition to being an ultra-industrialized nation, Singapore is also booming in tourism, attracting millions of yearly tourists. Singapore's port has surpassed the ports of Hong Kong and Rotterdam to become the world's busiest transshipment ports. Because of superior medical technology and a mosaic of cultural legacy, the nation's culinary and medical tourism businesses have grown significantly over the years and have become highly marketable.