+65 Country Code – Singapore Phone Code

65 is the country calling code for Singapore.

Singapore is a country on the continent of Asia. The capital city of Singapore is Singapore.

How to Call Singapore from the UK

To call a telephone number in Singapore from the UK:

  • Dial the international call prefix. For calls from the UK, this is 00 (or '+' from mobile phones).
  • Dial the country code for Singapore - 65.
  • Dial the number of the person/business.

Area Codes and Landlines

Singapore does not use area codes.

Landline telephone numbers in Singapore are 8 digits in length and begin with 6.

To call a landline in Singapore from the UK, dial the international call prefix (00/+), the country code for Singapore (65), and finally the customer telephone number, e.g., 00-65-6XXXXXXX or +65-6XXXXXXX.

Mobile Telephone Numbers in Singapore

Mobile phone numbers in Singapore begin with 8 or 9.

To call a mobile phone number in Singapore from the United Kingdom, dial the international exit call prefix (00/+), the Singapore country code (65), and then the customer number, e.g., 00-65-XXXXXXXX or +65-XXXXXXXX.

Singapore Country Code +65 0065
Singapore Country Code +65 0065

Landline Use

According to the World Bank, there were 31.90 fixed-line (landline) phone subscribers per 100 people in 2022.

In 2008 there were 38.77 fixed-line telephone subscriptions for every 100 people living in Singapore.

Landline telephone subscription statistics by year for Singapore are shown in the table below.

YearLandline Telephone Subscriptions (per 100 People) in Singapore
202231.90
202132.00
202032.00
201932.58
201834.41
201734.55
201634.99
201535.68
201435.84
201335.91
201236.94
201138.21
201038.66
200938.54
200838.77

The use of landline phones in Singapore is declining for several reasons.

One reason is the increasing popularity of mobile phones. More people are using mobile phones and fewer are using landline phones.

Another reason for the decline in landline phone use is the increasing popularity of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services. VoIP allows users to make phone calls over the internet. This is often cheaper than using a landline phone, and it can be used with a mobile phone or a computer.

Despite the decline in landline phone use, there are still many people in Singapore who rely on them. This is especially true for businesses, which often need to have a landline phone number for customers to call.

Mobile Phone Use

Data from the World Bank shows that in 2022 there were 156.48 mobile phone subscribers for every 100 people living in Singapore.

In 2008 there were 132.58 mobile phone subscriptions for every 100 people living in Singapore.

The table below shows how mobile phone subscription statistics have changed in recent years.

YearMobile Phone Subscriptions (per 100 People) in Singapore
2022156.48
2021147.48
2020142.89
2019154.00
2018147.36
2017145.41
2016148.12
2015145.72
2014145.48
2013154.03
2012149.93
2011147.58
2010143.01
2009137.40
2008132.58

The data shows that mobile phone subscribers in Singapore have increased significantly in the past few years. There are many reasons why this is so.

The mobile phone is no longer a luxury item but a necessity in today’s world. With the advances in technology, mobile phones have become more affordable and within reach of the masses. The mobile phone has become an essential tool for communication. In a fast-paced and ever-connected world, we need to be able to communicate instantly with others. The mobile phone allows us to do just that.

The mobile phone is also a great source of entertainment. With the many apps and games available, we can stay entertained for hours on end. The mobile phone is a great way to stay connected with our loved ones. With the various messaging and social media apps available, we can easily stay in touch with our friends and family no matter where they are in the world.

Internet Use

According to the World Bank, 95.95 per cent of the population of Singapore were active internet users in 2022.

In 2008, only 69.00 per cent of the population were active internet users.

The table below shows how the percentage of the population using the internet in Singapore has changed in recent years.

YearIndividuals Using the Internet in Singapore (% of Population)
202295.95
202196.92
202092.00
201988.95
201888.17
201784.45
201684.45
201583.20
201482.10
201380.90
201272.00
201171.00
201071.00
200969.00
200869.00

Time Difference

When calling Singapore from the UK, please note there is a time difference between Singapore and the UK.

The time right now in Singapore is . The date is .

The current time in the UK is . The date is .

The time difference between Singapore and UK (United Kingdom) is 8 hours.

Exchange Rate

The currency used in Singapore is the Singapore dollar (SGD).

The current exchange rates between the Singapore dollar and the British pound (SGD to GBP, GBP to SGD) are:

  • 1 Singapore dollar (SGD) = 0.588 GBP
  • 1 British pound (GBP) = 1.699 SGD

Exchange rates on this page were last updated on .

Singapore – Facts and Figures

Singapore is a country and city-state in South-Eastern Asia. It is situated about 85 miles north of the equator, between Malaysia and Indonesia.

It is made up of 63 islands, including the main Singapore Island. Most are uninhabited.

The vast majority of the population is of Chinese descent. Other major ethnic groups include Malays, Indians, and Eurasians.

The official languages of Singapore are English, Mandarin, Tamil, and Malay. Most residents are bilingual, speaking English as a common language and their mother tongue as a second language. English is used in government, business, and education.

Singapore is a thriving economy and is one of the world’s leading financial centres. The city is also a major transportation hub. The Port of Singapore is one of the busiest in the world.

The country has a tropical climate with high temperatures and humidity levels.

Singapore is a safe and clean city. The crime rate is low, and the streets are clean. Public transportation is efficient and reliable.

Singapore is a shopper’s paradise, with a wide range of malls and markets to explore. Orchard Road is the city’s main shopping street, lined with high-end boutiques and malls, while Chinatown is the place to go for bargain-hunting and to find traditional Chinese goods.

Tourist attractions include Singapore Zoo, River Wonders, Night Safari, and Jurong Bird Park.

Sentosa is a popular island resort and is a great place to visit if you’re looking for a fun and relaxing vacation. It offers a wide range of activities and attractions.

Useful information about Singapore:

  • Two-letter Country Code (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2): SG
  • Three-letter Country Code (ISO 3166-1 alpha-3): SGP
  • Region: Asia
  • Sub-region: South-Eastern Asia
  • Capital: Singapore
  • Area: 710 square km
  • Language(s): English, Malay, Tamil, Chinese

According to the World Bank, in 2022 the population of Singapore was 5,637,022.

In 2008, the population was 4,839,396. Over the last 15 years, the population grew by 797,626 (16.5%).

The total population by year for Singapore is shown in the table below.

YearTotal Population of Singapore
20225,637,022
20215,453,566
20205,685,807
20195,703,569
20185,638,676
20175,612,253
20165,607,283
20155,535,002
20145,469,724
20135,399,162
20125,312,437
20115,183,688
20105,076,732
20094,987,573
20084,839,396

Map of Singapore

The location of Singapore is shown on the map below.

Map showing location of Singapore
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