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World famous for its global economic success, Singapore is one of the world's most developed and prosperous country. So why not turn there for an exciting expat experience?

Singapore welcomes expatriates in large numbers within a multicultural and quadrilingual society. It stands as an international business hub with different traditional Malaysian, Chinese and Indian neighborhoods.

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There is a wide range of visa options for those wishing to stay in Singapore for a long period. Long-term residence permits in Singapore are referred to as “passes” and these cover different categories of professionals, long-term workers, trainees, and students and in the country.

One of the world’s most futuristic countries, Singapore is a melting pot of people, cultures, cuisines, architecture and opportunities. For a digital nomad, this city is an urban inspiration as well as a gateway to the rest of Asia with plenty to explore nearby: Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, China, and more. Boasting one of the highest standards of living in the world and a very friendly visa policy, Singapore is one of the globe’s most popular travel destinations.

The tiny nation state of Singapore is known to the world as a symbol of ruthless efficiency and dynamism. A former British colony, the country has played a key role in the region as a trading port and has significantly contributed to the endeavours of the British in South East Asia. Over the centuries, Singapore has grown into a multifaceted nation, and the fantastic story of this small but great nation starts in the fourteenth century.

Getting married in a country other than your own is often a complicated and overly bureaucratic process. But in the land of efficiency, things might be much simpler than you think. Indeed, Singapore sets out clear procedures for foreigners to tie the knot.

Tourism is an important pillar of Singapore’s economy, and the country often portrays itself as an Asian stopover destination. Singapore has therefore put in place a relatively flexible visa policy which allows nationals from many countries to travel visa-free.

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