Visit other countries, we are told, and your eyes will be opened to other cultures. We visited Malaysia last year and I keenly observed their driving habits. I assume the same driving habits are in Singapore, although I did not take much notice when we were there a few years ago.
Each country has its own driving style.
Much to the frustration of old time Aussie drivers, like me, Asian people used to driving in their own country drive the same way in Australia. It is a less hurried and more tolerant manner of driving and if there is the slightest chance of something going wrong, brake and brake early.
Maybe it would better and quicker if we had more Vietnamese drivers in Australia. They seem to have picked up their old colonial masters' manner of driving and road construction. No, it is not the Arc de Triomphe roundabout featured in the clip, but one in Ho Chi Min City, better known as Saigon.
When we were in Hanoi, we were overwhelmed by bicycles. When were in Saigon, we were overwhelmed by motor bikes. Now it seems to be very much about cars in Saigon.
PS We stayed opposite the building (High Court?) at about 4 seconds.
(Now with the correct video)