Reg No: 200912099N
Reg from: 21st Aug. 2016 to 20th Aug. 2020
It’s nice living in singapore. Although, at first I was not used to it, but it’s easy to get a hang of it after a week or so.
Here, literally public transport is everywhere. It is easy to go to your college, no matter where you live.
The food is nice too. They have variety of food you can choose. The air is clean, and it’s quite safe to walk late at night. My experience living in singapore until now is great!
The country is so safe, I even often see children around 7 years walking alone.
The public transport is also comfortable and easy to find. After taking it few times, you will understand how to go from one place to another easily. Although it's hard to find trash bin here, you won't find any trash here.
Cindy G, Indonesia
I’ve been living in Singapore for close to 3 years and the experience has been nothing but a smooth sail. Everything from the public transport to safety is quite impressive. Food isn’t an issue at all be it a vegetarian or non-vegetarian eater.The cultural diversity is just another add-on. No matter how far one lives, it’s still quite close, overall I’m quite happy that I decided to move here for my education.
Singapore has a tropical climate. It is hot and humid throughout the year, with an average temperature of 31 degrees celsius. Sunshine is the norm, but there are occasional showers, especially during the monsoon seasons in December and June.
Singapore’s local train system is known as the Mass Rapid Transport and is the fastest and most economical way to travel in Singapore. The trains are efficient and clean, and provide easy access to all parts of the island.
Singapore has an excellent public bus system that is highly affordable and has extensive networks that connect all parts of the city.
Singapore is home to more than 40,000 taxies and they are available round the clock on streets or at designated taxi stands at most hotels, malls and public areas. Booking fees range from $3.30 to $4.50 and starting meter charges range from $3.00 to $3.80. You can access Singapore’s taxi services by downloading applications such as Grab, Comfort Cabs and Trans Cabs.
The living cost in Singapore is estimated to be Minimum S$850 per month.
|Meals||$200 - $300|
|Travel Expenses on Public Transport||$100|
|TOTAL PER MONTH||$850|
|TOTAL PER YEAR||$10,200|
A wide range of options for accomodation are available throughout Singapore, ranging from private rental flats and apartments to hostels depending on your budget.
The following channels can be used to explore our accommodation options:
There are multiple websites available providing accommodation options international students in Singapore such as:
Real Estate Agent
Agents will bring you around to take a look at the properties which are available for rent. Typically, agents charge one month’s rent as fee for their services. Some companies that provide these services include:
Most apartments in Singapore come fully furnished and include basic equipments like Washing Machine, Refrigerator, Air Conditioner etc.
However, it is important to note the following
House hunting may seem like a difficult task as an international student in a new place. As such, we at MAGES are happy to assist you with any queries you might have while house hunting.