Blog Post. Expat Email Bulletin. It's very telling that large bus ads for major dating websites and matchmaking services feature Chinese or vaguely pan-Asian couples, says a researcher. We're sure this isn't unique to Singapore, but some of our friends complain that there aren't a whole lot of single people who aren't just coasting along in life, disinterested in culture and politics and music and all those things that make people sexy. Do not be surprised if you find yourself being rejected for bluntly asking a Singaporean out for a date in the first few minutes of meeting, when the only information they know about you is your name and your array of pick-up lines. Many people are now choosing to live alone in Singapore as financial stability and a changing housing market has made this easier.
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Dating in Singapore – or how to fail where others have succeeded
Working in Singapore Working in Singapore can be rewarding as well as stressful, if you don't plan ahead and fulfill any legal requirements. Whilst you may well meet people through mutual friends and social networks, you may find it easier just to go out and meet people at a bar. The numbers are low Yes, Singapore's population may be growing as we speak, but the dating pool doesn't seem to be expanding at a commensurate rate.