Guides for Expats

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Residing in a new country like Singapore would require you to know a lot of 'what to dos' and 'how to dos'. Our handy guide for expats includes information a new expatriate, would-be expat or even local Singaporean might need to know.

We cover information about relocation, home care, moving, procedures for both rental and purchase, living, staying and working in Singapore, useful information for healthcare and international schools. Do take a look at our travel and transportation guide, tips on finding a house in Singapore. There is even a FAQ section for quick tips.


Car Lease Guide

Car Lease GuideA comprehensive guide to simplify your car leasing process in Singapore.

Career, Jobs, Employment

Career, Jobs, EmploymentInformation of career, job, employment opportunities, working in Singapore. Including some links to job portals and career related site.

Diploma & Degree Programs

Diploma & Degree ProgramsPursue a higher education with a Diploma or Degree Program with the aim for better future prospects and intellectual growth.

Education & Studying

Education & StudyingEducation is essential for every child, and the government emphasises on formal education for every child in Singapore. This page consists of information on education system in Singapore and procedure to admit into a local school.

Expatriates FAQ

Expatriates FAQFrequently asked questions, including banking, employment pass, housing, immigration, schools, transport and living in Singapore.

Healthcare in Singapore

Healthcare in SingaporeInformation on healthcare, medical services and hospitals in Singapore.

House Hunt Guide

House Hunt GuideAccommodation and house hunting guide focusing on price, location and expatriate housing choice like an apartment or house.

International Schools in Singapore

Listings and introduction of international schools in Singapore, more than 20+ Singapore international schools are listed

Medical & Health Directory

Medical & Health DirectoryMedical Services, Aesthetic Services, Dentistry, Specialist, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Wellness.

Preschools

PreschoolsSingapore Expats comprehensive list of schools from preschools to playgroups.

Procedure for Purchase

Procedure for PurchaseBrief information on the procedures to buy or purchase property in Singapore. Like apartment, house or other private properties.

Procedure for Rental

Procedure for RentalStep by step guide and information on the procedures to rent or lease apartment or house in Singapore.

Relocation to Singapore

Relocation to SingaporeGuides on relocation, staying and living in Singapore, information and tips when relocating to Singapore.

Singapore Immigration

Singapore ImmigrationInformation on immigration matters, Social Visit Pass, Student Pass, Visa, Permanent Residence Application, National Service.

Singapore Travel Guide

Singapore Travel GuideTips and guides on Singapore travel and motoring, includes MRT, bus and taxi. We also includes a MRT route map and detailed information of having a car in Singapore.

Special Needs Schools

These Special Needs Schools run programmes and curriculums to meet the unique needs of diverse student profiles, including distinct disability profiles of children with special educational needs. Browse below for the list of schools.

Useful Numbers & Services

List of useful contact numbers or links for all the essential services in Singapore.


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Need help to assess PR application profile

Hi All ,

would like to ask if anyone could assess my wife PR application the chances to be approve.
and also would like to know when can we Re-apply for PR

Wife
- been in singapore for 5 years working as S pass holder
- Salary 2.8k Sgd
- married for 1 year plus
- failed PR application back .....

Posted in Relocating, Moving to Singapore

Re: New car or Used Car?

Either of the two you , having a car is a form of an investment and either it is new car or used car you should be mindful that it is still need protection as time goes by because you will never know what will happen in the road while your driving. Having a non-life insurance is a way more better .....

Posted in Cars & Motorcycles

Re: Possible to learn a language through apps

Try Prep Junior! It’s free! A Chinese language learning app, set in Singapore and supported by Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism.
It’s available on both Android and App Store for young kids 4 and above.
https://apps.apple.com/sg/app/prep-junior/id1453148913

Posted in Business in Singapore