Despite Singapore being one of the smallest countries in the world to visit, it may feel like there isn’t that much to do to consider making it a stop on your tour of Asia. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. There are many top reasons to visit Singapore.

While the country may be small, it still has plenty to offer the intrepid traveller or for those looking to relocate to pastures new for work or personal reasons. One thing is for sure when considering visiting Singapore, if you choose to skip this immaculate country, you will miss out on so much.

What Are the Top Reasons to Visit Singapore?

Huge Expat Community

Whether you are visiting for fun, the experience or looking to make Singapore a more permanent base, you needn’t worry about not knowing anyone or there being a language barrier. Singapore has an expat community of over 1.5 million people who now call this home having moved there from all over the world.

This means you can consider looking to make a permanent move and have a wealth of knowledge and experience to help you by getting to know the expat community and letting them help you prepare for your move. Be it a long-term living arrangement where you can look at your living options such as a hdb Singapore to renting an Airbnb for a few weeks or months to let you test the waters and see how you like living in one of the cleanest countries in the world.


We have mentioned this earlier, but it needs more expansion. Many people are put off visiting Singapore due to their seemingly overzealous approach to keeping the streets and public spaces clean. But this in itself is worth a visit for. To marvel as to how efficiently they maintain high standards and to marvel at just how clean it really is. Be warned; the police do take tough action on those not obeying the law on littering, and you can pick up a hefty fine should you be found to be breaking the law. Just remember to dispose of your litter properly, and you won’t have any issues.

Chewing gum is banned, and there are also strict laws around smoking. Lighting up in public outside of designated smoking zones can be costly if you are caught. So make sure you are 100% certain when smoking, you are in the correct place.


Singapore has so much culture to share with the world. One of the most culturally diverse countries in the world, Singapore has four official languages, English, Tamil, Malay and Mandarin. It also celebrates many holidays from different cultures around the world. This offers visitors the chance to experience many different cultures during their visit and a variety of religions and places of worship.


Thanks to its blend of cultures and diversity, Singapore can offer some delectable dishes from local cuisine to Malaysian, Chinese and Indian. Visit Hawker streets for some delicious street food at reasonable cheap prices and get a more authentic feel for the food that is on offer outside the more tourist-centric offerings. This is also a great way to meet the locals, and really get a feel for Singapore from the point of view of a resident and native.

Singapore Is Safe

One of the huge draws for visiting Singapore is that it is a really safe country to visit. Voted the safest country in the world in 2019, most people surveyed said they weren’t worried about their personal safety. Women felt safe when out and about, and people felt safe when travelling alone and at night time too on public transport. There aren’t many countries in the world who can boast low levels of physical violence and ensure all their residents feel safe pretty much most of the time.

Changi Airport

Even if you’re just passing through, Changi airport is worth a layover all on its own. With so much to see and do inside the airport itself you only need to step off the plane to understand why it regularly features in the top 10 lists of the best airports in the world.

The airport itself will keep you busy for days but venture outside the impressive international terminal, and you will find you aren’t disappointed by what you find!

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