Flag of Singapore - Colours, Meaning, History Singapore’s flag consists of two horizontal lines: one above, that is red, and one below which is white. The upper red part has a crescent white moon surrounded by five stars arranged in a pentagon.How can the business community in Singapore promote the national flag?
The business community in Singapore is also encouraged to fly the National Flag outside their buildings throughout the year. This message is not confined to local or Singapore-owned/managed organisations, but also for foreign organisations based here.What are the rules for flying Singapore’s flag?
Rules defined by the Singapore Arms and Flag and National Anthem Act govern the use and display of the national flag. These have been relaxed to allow citizens to fly the flag from vehicles during national holidays and from homes at any time of the year.What do the Stars on the Singapore flag stand for?
The five stars stand for the nation's ideals of "democracy, peace, progress, justice and equality". During the second half of the 20th century, the star and crescent symbol came to be recognised as a symbol of Islam, and Singapore's flag came to be seen in this context by the nation's Muslim activists.