There's a very specific coffee culture to singapore and malaysia with a ton of varients.
Lets start with the basics
This is a kopi o
By default, any drink you order is hot. This is plain black coffee and any coffee order you make at a kopi tiam will likely be a varient on this.
You might note that its somewhat darker than your example I'd assume this means it has some condensed milk added to it. A quick google search suggested two varients.
kopi 'c' - or coffee with (evaporated) milk
kopi nai (with condensed milk and sugar) -
The former looks a bit too light, though exact mixes vary. Chances are its one of these.
That said, there's two distinct regional styles of roasting - typical coffee roasting is done with a hint of sugar and margarine, and roasted VERY dark. There's also a style called white coffee that just uses margarine that's supposed to be famous in ipoh.