Singapore is tiny speck on the world map lying barely a kilometre from peninsula Malaysia and just 100km from the equator itself. It is heavily developed with 95% of the original rainforest now replaced by towering condominiums and houses, however the  remaining reserve slap bang in the middle is home to an unbelievable wealth of life. Here you can find anything from 20 foot pythons, flying lizards and giant Huntsman spiders to Colugos (giant flying relatives to the primates), inquisitive Macaques and, up until the 1930s, Tigers!

Widely referred to as a concrete jungle, Singapore is in fact one of the greenest nations in the world, despite also being one of the most densely populated.