The middle of the main island contains a number of rounded hills; west and southwest the land is a series of low ridges, while east and southeast, the land is generally flat. The highest point of Singapore is Bukit Timah at only 545 ft. (166 m), while the lowest point is the Strait of Singapore (0 m).
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Bukit Timah, a hill, is the highest point on Singapore. Standing 163 meters tall it is placed near the center. of the island and is a tourist attraction
The major landforms of Singapore are some low-level hills and ridges that lie to the west. This is combined with coastal plains that lie to the east of the island.
Singapore consists of one main island, along with over 60 small islands. The highest point of Singapore is only 545 feet. Most of the main island is flat except for
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Great Britain then bought the island and turned it into a major port for trading in Southeast Asia. During World War II, the island was occupied by the Japanese,
Its major natural resources are its location and its deep-water harbor. Singapore Island, though small, has a varied topography. The center of the island contains a number of rounded granitic hills that include the highest point, the 165- meter Bukit Timah Peak.