The flag of Singapore
was first adopted on the 3rd of December 1959, upon Singapore becoming a self-governing nation, but still being within the British Empire. The flag remained as the nation’s national symbol upon it gaining independence from Malaysia in 1965. The 2:3 flag is made up of two, equal horizontal bands of red (upper) and white (lower). The upper red band contains a crescent moon and five, five-pointed stars (in white). Each of the colours signifies: The equality and brotherhood of man (red), and everlasting purity and justice. The crescent moon comes to represent the youthful nature of the nation, but it also literally being a ‘young country’. The five stars each represent one of the five ideals that Singaporeans are to wish to aim for in society, being: democracy, peace, progress, justice and equality. We offer a wide range of flag related products such as bunting, table flags, hand flags, pole flags, car flags and pin badges in a huge variety of designs, all at extremely good value. In addition, we offer free and fast delivery, with our products being supplied from our warehouse in the UK, all with personal and friendly customer service.
The colours represent Universal brotherhood (Red), and purity and Virtue (White). The Crescent found in the Singapore Flag
Stands for "A Young country on the Ascent in Its Ideals of establishing Democratic Peace, Progress, Justice and Equality as Indicated by the five Stars".