How is life in Singapore?

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sterretje
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How is life in Singapore?

Post by sterretje » Sun, 19 Jul 2009 8:16 pm

Hi all,

I just registered to this site to find out more about life in Singapore. I currently live in Hong Kong, am from Europe, female, 28 and single; and am currently looking around for new opportunities.
Hence my question, how is life in Singapore? Is it easy to meet new people, and are there interesting things for single people? I have already been in Singapore several times, but only for a week and mainly on business.
Any advice is welcome.

Thanks.
Sterretje
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Post by durain » Mon, 20 Jul 2009 2:20 am

life in singapore is good.

but what exactly are you looking for? just to meet new people? surely you can do that in any country.

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Re: How is life in Singapore?

Post by hibri2 » Mon, 20 Jul 2009 2:42 pm

sterretje wrote:to find out more about life in Singapore.
generally speaking, life in singapore is carbon based.
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Re: How is life in Singapore?

Post by carteki » Mon, 20 Jul 2009 2:55 pm

sterretje wrote: Hence my question, how is life in Singapore? Is it easy to meet new people, and are there interesting things for single people? :)
Life in Singapore is very easy - sometimes too easy. As a single woman it is easy and relatively safe to meet people. There is a constant stream of new comers and the forum is pretty busy with all the happenings. But it is up to you and how much time and effort you put into "getting out there" and making things happen.

Not completely sure what you mean about "interesting things for single people" - it really depends what you consider interesting.

Kim

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