Where the locals love to practice their English with visitors. (That'd be you.)
Learning a language is fun and all, but...via Thrillist
English is the first language in Singapore and no, we do not speak "Malaysian", that's not a language. Singaporeans of Malay/Indonesian/Peranakan descent speak Malay, but most of Chinese descent are not fluent in it. About 70% are Chinese and they speak standard Mandarin to varying degrees of fluency, though most older folks speak a Southern Chinese dialect like Hokkien or Cantonese. Oh and we have a large Tamil speaking Indian community.
I definitely agree that Japan can accommodate English speakers well. Almost all hotel staff speak it, and a lot of people in the cities speak it.
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