SINGAPORE AND INDONESIA
WGS84: 1°17′35.00″N 103°51′21.00″E
Time zone: GMT+8
Anchorage depth: N/A
Cargo pier depth: N/A
Oil terminal depth: N/A
Harbor type: N/A
Yatch transport is a key mode of transport at the port of Singapore and Indonesia. For a number of decades now, the port has been considered as the largest of the three sovereign city-states, both globally and in the region, with the other major being Vetican City and Monaco. Before the settlement of European in the region around the port, the port of Singapore was mainly Malay fishing village. It was the indigenous home for the Orang Laut, who lived on the surrounding rivers, islets and coastline. British East India Company, led by Stamford Raffles, built the Port of Singapore in 1819 as a trading center for international merchants.
The port serves as a microcosm of Asia for various groups of people such as the Chinese, Indians, Malays, and other expatriates around the globe. The port is generally described as the "Switzerland of Asia," as it has high economic activities from the mainland. The port of Singapore offers one of the world's most exciting destinations for tourists. Apart from that, the city neighboring the port is popular with best cuisines and affordable food in the region, and people find it a suitable hub for shopping activities after visiting Orchard Road and Suntec City. The Singapore-Indonesia port is located on the Southern outskirts of Malay Peninsula in South-East Asia, which is about 30 kilometers South-East near the port of Johor, and almost 250 miles to the north-west of Port Palembang (Indonesia). The port of is more than an exciting city to be as it offers more than what can be mentioned here. Recently, there has been developed and opening of other businesses such as casinos, and it is hard to miss anything for family events. Other specific features found at this port and its neighboring cities includes suitable banking services and it serves as a transportation center.