Singapore Quiz

Singapore Quiz Questions

Flag of Singapore (bordered)

Flag of Singapore (bordered) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. When did Singapore become independent?
a) 9 March 1954
b) 3 April 1984
c) 9 August 1965
d) 16 November 1975

2. Which country is to the north of Singapore?
a) Australia
b) Malaysia
c) Philippines
d) Sri Lanka

Sir Stamford Raffles, regarded as the founder ...

Sir Stamford Raffles, regarded as the founder of modern Singapore (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

3. What does Singapore mean?
a) Garden City
b) Lion City
c) Freetown
d) Yengema

4. Which is the capital of Singapore?
a) Bukum
b) Tekong
c) Singapore
d) Ubin

5. Which is the currency of Singapore?
a) Dollar
b) Lats
c) Pound
d) Baht

6. Which of the following is not an official language of Singapore?
a) Chinese
b) English
c) Urdu
d) Tamil

7. When did Thomas Stamford Raffles land on Singapore?
a) 29 January 1819
b) 10 May 1800
c) 4 July 1865
d) 18 October 1905

English: Singapore's Prime Minister Goh Chok T...

Goh Chok Tong (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

8. When did Singapore become a crown colony?
a) 1936
b) 1946
c) 1922
d) 1912

9. What is the symbolism of crescent on Singapore’s flag?
a) Growth of a young country
b) Islam
c) Hinduism
d) Judaism

10. Who was Singapore’s first prime minister?
a) Lee Hsien Loong
b) Goh Chok Tong
c) Lee Kuan Yew
d) Ong Teng Cheong

Singapore Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When did Singapore become independent?
c) 9 August 1965

2. Which country is to the north of Singapore?
b) Malaysia

3. What does Singapore mean?
b) Lion City

English: Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew of Singa...

Lee Kuan Yew (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

4. Which is the capital of Singapore?
c) Singapore

5. Which is the currency of Singapore?
a) Dollar

6. Which of the following is not an official language of Singapore?
c) Urdu

7. When did Thomas Stamford Raffles land on Singapore?
a) 29 January 1819

8. When did Singapore become a crown colony?
b) 1946

9. What is the symbolism of crescent on Singapore’s flag?
a) Growth of a young country

10. Who was Singapore’s first prime minister?
c) Lee Kuan Yew

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Updated: January 25, 2017 — 11:11 pm

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  1. Im gonna have a ne quiz in sch how to prepare?

    1. I am conducting a 10-week quiz now. I prepare 3 questions (MCQ or short answers) and email to all students. First 5 correct answers win prizes.

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