Postal codes from Singapore. The dataset is open-source and can be used with any programming language. Source: Geonames.
Singapore, aka the Republic of Singapore, officially is an independent island city-state of maritime Southeast Asia.
Postal codes in Singapore
Singaporean postal codes are based on 6-digit codes. The system of postal codes in Singapore is here since 1995, in replacement of the previous 4-digit postal codes system introduced in 1979. Postal codes in Singapore are administered by Singapore Post.
The 6-digit postal codes in Singapore are a combination of delivery point and sector code. The first two digits of the postal codes represent the sector, while the remaining 4 digits represent delivery points within that sector.
Geography and demographic of Singapore
The territory of this country is made up of 63 satellite islands and islets along with one main island. It also contains one outlying islet. The combined area of all these islands and islets has increased by 25% approx. Since the independence of Singapore. It is the result of big land reclamation projects. The country also possesses the second greatest density of population in the world.
The population of Singapore is 5.7 million. 61% of these residents are Singaporean. English, Tamil, Malay, and Chinese are the four official languages of Singapore. At the same time, English is also known as the lingua franca here.
Climate of Singapore
The climate of Singapore is tropical rainforest. The country has no distinctive seasons, high humidity, uniform pressure and temperature, and abundant rainfall. The average temperature range of the country is between 23 and 32 °C. Overall, the weather in Singapore doesn't vary greatly all around the year.