We have been living in Singapore for six years now.
If you’re wondering what Singapore is like, read our impressions of Life in Singapore or check out stories from expat bloggers.If you’ve just arrived, read our tips for moving to Singapore – what to do after you arrive – or take a look at our advice on house hunting and property guides.Then see Getting Around for tips on public transport, taxis, and driving in Singapore. See Getting Around for tips on navigating the bus and train systems, and how to make sense of all the different kinds of taxi surcharges.Look at the Things to Do page for ideas on classes, sports, arts and culture.And then explore the quick weekend breaks you can take, to destinations within a couple of hours’ travel time from Singapore by plane, bus, train and ferry. Take a look at the Food page for recommendations on eating out.
If you’re homesick for familiar flavors, try the International Food page for a list of restaurants serving various countries’ cuisines.If you’re already living in Singapore, you might want to check out the Practicalities page, which has tips for day-to-day living.Read about food, shopping, taxes, and how to register for free wi-fi. For the most up-to-date and comprehensive information check out The Ultimate Guide to Living in Singapore Singapore’s 600 square kilometers pack an amazing punch when it comes to finding things to do.Here are just a few of the latest suggestions to make it to our list: watch IMAX movies, learn about Straits Chinese culture, fly high on the Singapore Flyer or on forest canopy zip lines at Forest Adventure, or check out Sentosa’s latest attraction – Universal Studios.Check out other ways to have fun in Singapore in our Things to Do section.Online dating or Internet dating is a personal introductory system where individuals can find and contact each other over the Internet to arrange a date, usually with the objective of developing a personal, romantic, or sexual relationship.