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Living in Sin

by admin on July 11, 2014

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The 13th edition of Living in Singapore has just been published. Produced by the American Association of Singapore, this is an excellent go to guide not only for anyone moving to Singapore but also for expats already living there (not just the American ones). Living in Singapore covers all the important things in easy to read sections and includes everything from moving and settling in to dining out, nightlife, culture and shopping. Education and health is also covered in detail. It’s an excellent reference guide with up-to-date content.

You can buy a hard copy of Living in Singapore from the ASA (SGD $39.99) and it is also available for the first time as an e-book on Living In Singapore: thirteenth edition reference guide" target="_blank">Amazon.




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