Reasons Why You Should Consider Moving to Singapore!
As the roots of globalization are strengthening its hold across the globe, more people are becoming open to the idea of relocating for a better quality of life. The geopolitical situation and the economic structure of most countries around the world are changing rapidly since the past two decades. The 21st century has seen even the most developed countries that have been otherwise reputed for the opportunities they provide have been struggling with sustaining their employment rates. Economic recessions, political instability and terrorism effects have shaken quality of life in many countries. This has triggered people to consider relocation to other countries.
As the concept of immigration is getting more popular, conventional immigration magnets such as the United States and the United Kingdom are restricting their immigration laws and implementing stricter border controls on the pretext of national security. This has paved way for new countries to emerge as immigrant hotspots. Most of these countries are emerging and rapidly growing economies that believe in free borders and freedom to the immigrant. Most of these countries are either smaller European nations or emerging economies in Asia.
One of the most underrated but yet most promising countries when it comes to immigration in Singapore. Singapore is one of the smallest and newest countries in the world. It has been widely popular as a tourist country for its beautiful natural landscapes and modern urban attractions. Despite that, most people end up overlooking it as a possible immigration destination. Here are a few reasons why you should get Singapore PR.
- Quality of Life
Singapore is a small yet highly developed country that offers unparalleled quality of life. It is quaint yet bustling at the same time. Singapore is known to be one of the most disciplined countries with strict rules. The citizens in Singapore are known for their high civic sense and responsible behaviour. The country is dotted with an ultra-modern architectural landscape. The infrastructure is genius and state of the art that can match any other large developed country. Crime rates and unemployment rates are exceptionally low giving you a sense of peace and security for you and your family.
- Healthcare and Education
Singapore is one of the best in the world when it comes to healthcare and education. It encourages a highly skilled pool of immigrants which has made Singapore a home to some of the best doctors, paramedics and educationists in the world. It is one of the few countries that boasts an Ivy League university. The early, primary and middle education system of Singapore is even better than that of UK and USA in many ways.
- Respect for Talent
Singapore is one of those countries that value talent over ethnic backgrounds and skills over race when assessing a candidate for PR. If you are someone who fits the high qualification and skill criteria that is hunted for in Singapore, the country will welcome you with all the respect regardless of where you are coming from and who you are. The culturally diverse yet welcoming environment of Singapore makes foreigners feel easily at home.
Maybe if I was still in my 20s or 30s I would consider this. Would be fun to visit.
It seems nice, but I don’t see it as a place where I’d like to live….
Singapore does sound like a wonderful place to live. I’ve heard that crime rates are low and it is a very clean country.
I would like to visit but I don’t think I would ever want to move there. Interesting post though!
It looks like a beautiful place. It’s a long way from Ky, for sure, lol.
I would love to visit this country! So pretty!
I don’t know much about Singapore, but it looks like a place that people could consider retiring to! 🙂
Singapore is a long way. I’m not sure I could make that trek lol!
I’ve never really considered it. I’ve always wanted to live somewhere different, but this sounds pretty amazing.
I’ve heard many good things about Singapore. I want to live out in the country, if I was a “city gal” type, it would be pretty cool!
Family friends moved over there to work & experience a different culture and are enjoying it for now but will move back to Ireland eventually as they miss the grandchildren!
Yes. Singapore is a great place to live and work. My sister moved to Singapore for the exact reasons you stated.