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    Singapore is a fantastic destination for expats and their families, with wonderful food, a vibrant culture and so much opportunity. Just make sure you are well prepared, with a job offer secured, international health insurance prepared and an apartment ready to help you settle in quickly.

    Living in Singapore is something that many people dream of because life here is considered by many to be life at its best. Singapore is an efficient and clean Asian city that retains much of the charm from its British colonial days whilst also offering a cutting edge, well-developed environment.

    Singapore is a city of very strong laws, which are adhered to strictly. Whilst this has given it a reputation as an authoritarian state, the reality is that they keep the city safe, clean and well ordered.

    The main religions followed in Singapore are Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Christianity and Tao.

    Singapore is a great location in which to raise a family and the availability of high quality of education, low price of home help and strong security means that bringing up children here is often easier than it would be in your home country.

    The standard of living available in this city is notoriously high and the healthcare facilities are second to none. Singapore has a very low crime rate and the streets are safe, even in the middle of the night. There is no shortage of expat groups and clubs throughout the city so, no matter what your nationality, you can always be sure of finding fellow expats somewhere in the city.

    Job & Career Opportunities Singapore Expats

    If you are highly educated and/or have strong work experience there are potentially opportunities open to you in Singapore. However, for Singapore Expats competition is fierce and because Singaporeans themselves are well educated it can be very difficult to find a job that will provide sponsorship. It is generally recommended that people who are planning on moving to Singapore, and who are not in a position to transfer with their own company, should have a job lined up before they arrive in Singapore. You can check further information on living in Singapore as an expat here.

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