Singapore’s robust economy, highly-educated workforce, excellent connectivity and high standard of living makes it an ideal location for business and residency.
Marina Bay and the Singapore Central Business District
Singapore also enjoys unparalleled global connectivity. As a major air, sea and telecommunications hub in Asia, Singapore offers market access to 4 billion people within a 7-hour flight radius. Changi International Airport receives over 7,000 flights a week to 400 cities in 100 countries.
Singapore’s pro-business climate supported by infrastructure, talent and regulatory support, making it amongst the top-ranked in the world.
Small island, great city
From our year-round summer, first-rate healthcare and education systems to low crime rate, Singapore continually tops international rankings for world-class liveability.
Jewel Changi Airport is a garden wonderland set within Singapore, a City in Nature
(Image courtesy of Timothy Hursley)
With an exciting and vibrant blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture, Singapore is one of the best cities to live, work and play. With aspirations to be a City in Nature, Singapore is also one of the greenest cities in the world. In 2021, Singapore launched the Singapore Green Plan 2030, a demonstration of our global commitment to climate action and sustainable development.