Date of issue: 7 August 2015
This set of 2 stamps is to commemorate the Singapore Botanic Gardens being nominated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Stamps size 119.4mm x 40.8mm.
The development of tourism in the last 50 years mirrors the remarkable trajectory that Singapore has taken in these decades. The country has blossomed into a modern cosmopolitan destination with strong local character, one of the truly global hubs in Asia. In the process of doing so, we inspire our guests in both their personal and professional lives and strengthen the pride of residents who call Singapore home.
Date of issue: 31 October 2014
Singapore will be issuing a set of 5 stamps titled Let’s Celebrate on 26 March 2014. This issue replaces the Sports Hub Stamp Issue which originally scheduled to be released in March.
There will also be self adhesive sheets containing 50c, $1 stamps and a booklet containing 10 x 1st Local Self Adhesive stamps.
Illustrated in this stamp issue is the sophisticated fashion in France and Singapore with the cultural costumes of Singapore done in a tasteful fashion.
To be released on 8 November 2013, the issue will be a set of 4 stamps with a souvenir sheet.
First day covers for the set of 4 stamps and souvenir sheet will be available. There will also be a pre-cancelled first day with both sets of stamps from France and Singapore.
The stamps portray Singapore’s vibrant urban landscape nestled within a thriving garden with native plants and wildlife.
The self-adhesive 1st Local stamps come affixed with seeds of the Portulaca grandiflora that can be planted. This is a small-sized herbaceous creeper that is a common sight in Singapore.
Also to be issued will be a $5 stamp in a special Collectors’ sheet, also with plantable seeds.