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We at DavidShield are ready to provide our customers with full service, with an emphasis on the COVID-19 pandemic and the supplying of vaccines.

We at DavidShield are ready to provide our customers with full service, with an emphasis on the COVID-19 pandemic and the supplying of vaccines.

I'm relocating to

Moving to Singapore
Singapore is one of the most expensive places in the world to live. However, it offers a very high quality of life and is near the top of the list of preferred immigrant destinations. It is famous for many things such as its' cleanliness, fining system and the building with the ship on top - officially known as the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Both immigrants and tourists have called it “Asia for beginners”, on account of the fact that most of the residents speak English, most signs are in English as well and the city being relatively small and accessible for expats.

Now that you know a bit more about the country, let’s give you a run through on how their healthcare system works.


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    Don’t forget to flush!
    In Singapore it is actually a crime to not flush a public toilet. If you are caught, you can expect to pay a fine of around S$150 (around US$110).
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    Singing in the rain
    If you are caught singing or even uttering a song that has any obscenities in a public place, you can face imprisonment of up to three months as well as a fine - regardless of quality!
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    Careful with your hotspot!
    If you accidentally or otherwise use another person’s Wi-Fi network, under Singaporean law you are deemed as to be hacking and as such, face a fine of up to S$10,000, as well as a three years trip to jail.
The Healthcare System
Private Insurance
Public Insurance
What type of VISA do I need?
EP - Employment Pass
EntrePass (BetweenPass)
PEP - Personalised Employment Pass
Permanent Resident Status

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