Dear valued customer. Please note that our checkout is not supported by old browsers. Please use a recent browser to access all checkout capabilities

Singapore Borch Map
Singapore Borch Map Singapore Borch Map

Singapore Borch Map

Afterpay is only available for orders between $50.00 and $1000.00 More info

ISBN 13:
Map Size:




1:14 000
660 mm x 494 mm
26 in. x 19,5 in.
243 mm (H) x 110 mm (W) x 8 mm (D)
9,6 in. (H) x 4,3 in. (W) x 0,3 in. (D)
60 g
2,1 oz
1st edition 2010
BORCH Map, laminated city map, folded

Detailed Maps:
Singapur City 1:14 000, Singapur 1:120 000, Sentosa Island 1:25 000, Changi Airport 1:4 000, Public Transportation SMRT

Our soft-laminated folded map of Singapore in the 1st edition shows: Singapore City 1:14 000, Singapore 1:120 000, Sentosa Island 1:25 000, Changi Airport 1:4 000 and the Public Transportation SMRT schematic map. Borch Maps are easy to fold, durable and water-repellent with a wipeable surface. Borch Maps show hotels, museums, monuments, markets, public transport, top sights and points of interest, useful statistics, conversion charts for temperatures, weights and measurements, climate charts showing temperatures, sunshine hours, precipitation and sea temperatures, overview maps and much more...

The Republic of Singapore (also known as "Lion City", although history tells us Singapore's founder probably meant "tigers") is a very clean and orderly city-state located on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, with Changi airport usually placed at the top of the "world's best" lists. It is the fifth wealthiest country in the world and the smallest state in southeastern Asia, although far larger than Monaco and Vatican City (the world's only other sovereign city-states). It is the only Asian country which has English as its first language, 36% of its population are foreigners, it is the second most densely populated country in the world and its standards in just about everything are very high. Singaporean cuisine is diverse and delicious and like the culture a blend of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Arabic influences. Independence from Britain was declared in 1963 and Singapore gained its sovereignty in 1965. See the Orchard Road, the temples, Singapore Zoo, go on a night safari, eat at the food courts, pay homage to Sir Stamford Raffles (the founder of modern-day Singapore) by enjoying a Singapore Sling in the world-famous Long Bar in Raffles Hotel, see the casinos at Sentosa Resort, the list of attractions is far too long for this small space...

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews Write a review

Related Items