Approximately 5 million people live in Singapore, of whom around 2.9 million were born locally. Most are of Chinese, Malay or Indian descent. There are four official languages, which are English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil.
|Civil twilight||begin 06:54||end 19:41|
|Nautical twilight||begin 06:30||end 20:06|
|Astronomical twilight||begin 06:06||end 20:30|
|Sat||(25 Feb 2017)||07:15||19:20|
|Sun||(26 Feb 2017)||07:15||19:20|
|Mon||(27 Feb 2017)||07:15||19:20|
|Tue||(28 Feb 2017)||07:14||19:20|
|Wed||(1 Mar 2017)||07:14||19:20|
|Thu||(2 Mar 2017)||07:14||19:19|
|Fri||(3 Mar 2017)||07:14||19:19|
Standard time is followed year around in Singapore.
|Ahmedabad, India||Hyderabad, India||Pune, India|
|Ankara, Turkey||Istanbul, Turkey||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
|Baghdad, Iraq||Jakarta, Indonesia||Shanghai, China|
|Bangalore, India||Karachi, Pakistan||Singapore, Singapore|
|Bangkok, Thailand||Kolkata, India||Seoul, South Korea|
|Beijing, China||Lahore, Pakistan||Tehran, Iran|
|Chennai, India||Manila, Philippines||Tokyo, Japan|
|Chongqing, China||Mumbai, India||Wuhan, China|
|Dhaka, Bangladesh||New Delhi, India||Xi'an, China|
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is originally referring to mean solar time at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London. GMT and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) can be seen equivalent when fractions of a second are not important.