Cost of Living in Singapore

via Expatforum.com,

Economists also foresee that prices will begin to rise as more and more foreign workers and investors are bringing in value to the market. Singapore’s economy at present ranks 54th worldwide at over 137 billion euros. Per capita GDP is valued at over 30,000 euros.

This post discusses four aspects of living cost in Singapore: food and drinks, clothes, housing, services, and employment. 

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Comments

  1. says

    The post from Expat Forum describes costs in euro terms, great for European expats.

    For those coming from other countries, perspectives may be different. For example, someone coming from the US or from Southeast Asia will probably find housing costs in Singapore expensive rather than cheap.

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