Polymer-Dollar-of-Singapore

Polymer Dollar of Singapore

19 Jan 2022  Wed

Singapore is an island city-state in maritime Southeast Asia. The term Singapore meant ‘City of Lions’ in Sanskrit. Singapore is comprised of 63 islands, including the main island, Pulau Ujong. It has a tropical rainforest climate. It is the world's 3rd-largest foreign exchange center, 6th-largest financial center, 2nd-largest casino gambling market, 3rd-largest oil refining, and trading center.

The Financial Authority of Singapore issued Singapore Dollar banknotes in 10 different denominations, including this 2 Singapore Dollars banknote. The Financial Authority of Singapore started issuing these 2 Singapore Dollar banknotes in 2006. They are currently still in circulation.

This two dollars banknote shows the portrait of Encik Yusof bin Ishak, 1st president of Singapore. There is a paper and polymer plastic version of the banknote. The 2 Dollar note contains the word ‘Singapore’. The backside of the $2 bill features children attending classes at the Victoria Bridge School.

Disclaimer: Due to the latest government guideline, deliveries may take a little longer time than usual.

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