Relocating to Singapore

Relocating to SingaporeWith soon to be nine state-of-the-art tertiary hospitals of circa 1,000 beds or more, the Singapore government investing another S$8 billion in the future of health care in this year alone, and the medical tourism industry expected to contribute S4.2 billion to GDP this year, Singapore offers security for your career in the long term.

Singapore offers training comparable to Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA – and is structured and linked to best practices from these countries. Singapore provides the complete spectrum of medical services from primary care, to health screening, to quaternary care services such as organ transplants. In general, pay and conditions are excellent. If you are getting a job in Singapore, you may be looking for short term apartment rentals in the area.

Singapore truly is the hub of Asia. With one of the world’s busiest airports, and hundreds of adventures to be had on your doorstep in surrounding South East Asia, Singapore is the centre of air travel for the region. So whether you are going home to visit friends or family, or off to explore any corner of the world, Singapore gives you constant access to the transport you need.

With an equatorial, humid climate, Singapore offers a unique climate that is easy to live in all year round. Singapore, much like the rest of South East Asia, is generally hot and humid, with average daytime temperatures reaching 30 degrees Celsius, and rarely dropping below 20 degrees Celsius (even at night!) all year round. The only time the weather seems to change is during the rainy season which usually lasts from November to December.

For those who enjoy the sun and heat – Singapore is the perfect place to be. With many beaches on the island (and surrounding countries) you will have just as many opportunities to enjoy the weather. Singapore offers many benefits – not least of which is very low taxation, which leaves you with a high disposable income which easily rivals what is on offer in Australia, New Zealand, or the United Kingdom.

The cost of living in Singapore may seem daunting at first glance – just reading information online can give you the sense that it is a very expensive place to live. In actual fact, Singapore offers the highest standard of living in South East Asia, and is reasonably priced when you take into account your higher disposable income. And once you are off the beaten tourist pathways, food, clothing, and just about everything remarkably drops to extremely reasonable levels. The good news is you can find a room for rent in Singapore with no agent fee.

Singapore is a cosmopolitan society where people live harmoniously and interaction among different races are commonly seen. The pattern of Singapore stems from the inherent cultural diversity of the island. The immigrants of the past have given the place a mixture of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European influences, all of which have intermingled.