Singapore Strait

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Singapore Strait

A strait off the southern end of the Malay Peninsula between Singapore Island and the Riau Archipelago. It connects the Strait of Malacca with the South China Sea.
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Both countries would continue to work closely with Singapore to achieve the common goals in environment protection and management along the Straits of Singapore.
With a high volume of seaborne trade passing through the Strait of Malacca, the Straits of Singapore and the Gulf of Hormuz, the region has become a theater of competing claims and power plays.
The Straits of Singapore and Malacca comprise one of the world's busiest sea lanes.
Those with deep pockets can indulge in modern Asian cuisine at the renowned Ce La Vi restaurant and savour the 360-degree panoramic view of the city's skyline and Straits of Singapore. But for those with more modest means, the range of eating options in the city is almost as varied as the plants and flowers that cover the island.
During the five-day command post exercise liaison officers will receive simulated reports of suspect vessels in the Straits of Singapore and Malacca, the Andaman Sea or the South China Sea.
The vessel will ply the straits of Singapore and Malacca in various itineraries including 2N, 3N and 5N destination cruises calling at popular locations such as Phuket, Langkawi, Port Klang, Malacca, Redang, and Penang; and 1N and 2N high seas cruises.
Meanwhile, Singapore, whose economy depends on the continued free flow of maritime trade, views the waterway as an economic lifeline and is more concerned with the security and safety of the southern part of the waterway that juts into the Straits of Singapore.