Singapore Could Be The Paradise You're Looking For!

Everyone goes through those periods in their lives where they feel like they're getting kind of stuck. As though their life has hit some kind of wall that they just can't break through. This is one of the most common feelings there is, and the way that someone deals with it is often incredibly unique and personal to them. You might deal with it by changing your career, by making some adjustments to your lifestyle, or by trying to surround yourself with new people who make you want to push yourself forward. Of course, there's one thing that you can do which can make it possible to do all of those things at once. The kind of thing that can totally reset your life and help you make a genuinely fresh start: moving somewhere completely new. Of course, that raises the question of where to actually move. Obviously, the choice is going to be entirely up to you and will be based on a whole host of different factors. However, if you're looking to get away from all of the things in your life that leave you dissatisfied and make a completely fresh start, there's one place that you may well want to consider: Singapore. Now, it might not be the most obvious choice in the world when it comes to finding a new home, but here are just a few reasons why Singapore could well be the paradise that you're looking for.


Trying to survive in an increasingly competitive job market can be incredibly difficult, and it's something that not everyone is fully prepared to deal with. After all, going to work every single day can be exhausting enough without having to feel as though you're also having to put full-time effort into actually finding a career that you want in the first place. Singapore is one of the best places in the world for careers in fields like medicine as well as plenty of others. Not only are the opportunities out there amazing but Singapore has a track record of amazing training for people trying to hone their skills and improve their chances of finding a career that's right for them. 


It's a bizarre time period that we live in when the idea of being able to live independently is something that a lot of people can't even imagine right now. More and more people are staying dependent on family members in order to get by simply because the cost of their mortgage or rent is too high to get by on their own. Singapore has some amazing homes available that are well within the price range of most working professionals. If you look at the HDB rental price of many properties in Singapore, you're likely to be amazed at just how competitive many of them can be, especially when you see how high quality they can be. Where you're looking for somewhere fully furnished to move into right away, or somewhere that you can put your own stamp on, there's likely to be somewhere perfect for you to live on this amazing Island


Let's face it, the climate in many western countries can be enough to get anyone down. Especially at this time of year, the cold and miserable weather is enough to make anyone want to get away. Well, like many Asian countries, Singapore has a well-earned reputation for fantastic weather. If you're something of a beach bum, then you'll find nothing better than being able to relax on the warm sands, soaking in the sunshine. But the climate in Singapore also avoids getting too hot that you're not likely to get too uncomfortable once that initial honeymoon period wears off and you get down to the business of actually living there.


Lots of places boast about the fact that they're multicultural, but few can put it into practice the way that Singapore can. It's a place that's incredibly proud of just how diverse it's heritage is and just spending some time standing in the street can attest to that fact. People have flocked to Singapore from all over the world for generations, and this has led to an incredibly diverse range of different people and cultures, all coming together to live in total harmony. With practitioners of most of the major world religions, there are celebrations of most festivals all year round, and there is always a chance to get stuck into something. Of course, this doesn't mean that Singapore doesn't have an identity of its own, it's just that the multicultural quality of Singaporean society is very much a part of that identity.

Cost of living

It's a real shame that the cost of living is something that most of us have to think about pretty much constantly, but as the cost of living rises and wages stagnate, it's something that weighs heavy on most people's minds. It might seem as though Singapore has a pretty high cost of living, but it's important to remember that you have to compare that against the fact that the general income level in Singapore is quite high. Wages in Singapore often help to balance out any expenses, and it's also a place that has an incredibly high standard of living so most people in the country would say that it was well worth it! Not only that but if you get out of the tourist traps, you're likely to find that the cost of most essential things to be incredibly reasonable.

Of course, you should always remember that moving somewhere new, especially somewhere on the other side of the world, is always a very significant decision and not one that you should take lightly. As tempting as the idea of moving to somewhere like Singapore might be, it's incredibly important that you actually take the time to think about your decision and make sure that it's the right one for you. The very last thing you want in the world is to end up leaving everything behind for a new start, only to realise that it was a step that you just weren't quite ready for yet. 

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Disclosure: This article is published in partnership with Mediabuzzer.


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    1. yaaaas! That's why I'm really planning to visit Singapore soon. Also, I really love that they appreciate art <3

  2. Singapore does sound like a wonderful place to live! I'd really like to visit there, I have some friends and family there it would be good to see! :)

    Hope you are having a great week! I'm doing some last minute things before Christmas this week, I'm so looking forward to the big day.

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    1. I couldn't agree more! I'm hoping to visit Singapore soon and perhaps study there if life permits. hehe :) Happy holidays! Doing some last minute Christmas duties too. :">

  3. As usual amazing post! Thanks a lot for sharing)

  4. Beautiful! :)