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High quality of life

Singapore is one of the highest-ranked, greatest cities with high standards of personal security, political stability, safety, and long-term economic growth. Singapore is also well-known for its attractive tax regime and investor incentives.

With high-end medical facilities and well-trained experts, Singapore’s health system is the envy of many countries. The country's healthcare system is ranked 6th in the World Health Organisation’s ranking of health systems. You will be well looked after!

Another facet of Singaporean living greatly valued by expats is the city’s cleanliness. Strict laws ($500 fine for eating or drinking in public transport) are the cost of flawlessly clean and well-maintained public spaces.

Safety is also not a concern for you; the country has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. Travelling around Singapore alone at any time of the year is regarded as safe, regardless of gender – this is also true of the safety of children.

Extraordinary infrastructure

Among the world’s major cities, Singapore boasts the best infrastructure; it is home to some of the most cutting-edge infrastructures, from busting international trade ports to unique high-rise skyscrapers.

Singapore has one of the most efficient transport networks, allowing the majority of the city to be accessible via a secure and economical metro system linking to many pedestrian walkways.

Singapore’s geographic location is another bonus since it is centrally located between Malaysia and Indonesia. Because of the excellent transportation system, there are countless adventures only a short ferry or plane ride away. Some of the most popular destinations include Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, and Vietnam. You can visit for a weekend or utilise Singapore's 11 bank holidays!

Singapore is bursting with impressive attractions and exciting activities

Regardless of whether you are visiting Singapore alone or with family, there is always something to do and see. In addition to career and commercial prospects, this lively and dynamic city-state has several entertainment and leisure attractions. Singapore is a cosmopolitan paradise bursting with arts/theatre festivals, sports attractions, tourist destinations, and a variety of interesting activities for residents and visitors alike.

Some examples of the amazing attractions Singapore has to offer.

Physical activities: Sunset Sail Cruise, Historical Singapore Bike Tour, Street Food Experience, Island Hopping at the Southern Islands, Hike at any of Singapore’s lush green parks.

Places to visit: Botanic Gardens, Singapore Zoo, Cloud Forest, Marina Bay, Sands Skypark Observation Deck, Supertree Grove, National Gallery.

Diversity in the workplace

Relocating to a brand new nation might be intimidating but settling into a community with individuals from all walks of life can be reassuring. Moving to a ‘melting pot’ like Singapore means you will be exposed to a wide range of cultures and religious celebrations. There is a mixture of various ethnic influences such as Chinese, Malay, Indian, and Western. The diversity of culture is reflected in the many languages that are spoken there, including English, Mandarin, Malay, and Tamil.

Apart from ethnic diversity, Singaporean workplaces aim to provide equal opportunities to all employees, regardless of gender, religion, or disability.

Our specialised recruitment to recruitment company has several amazing opportunities located in Singapore. If this blog wasn’t enough to convince you, give us a call at + 44 (0) 1884 669095 to hear more about our vacancies.

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