Singapore has consequently become one of the world's most flourishing countries with strong international trading links (its port is one of the world's busiest in terms of tonnage handled) and with per capita GDP equal to that of the leading nations of Western Europe. The soul of this small country lies in its incredible diversity: people from every walk of life can find a reason to love it here.
Indians in Singapore are defined as persons of South Asian paternal ancestry-frorm 9% of the country's citizens and permanent residents and therefore making them Singapore's third largest ethnic group after Chinese and Malays. Among cities, Singapore has one of the largest overseas Indian populations. Indians are also collectively well represented, in areas such as politics, education, diplomacy and the law. Eminent Indian individuals have long made a mark in Singapore as leaders of various fields in national life.
One of the safest countries in the world, Singapore possesses an incredibly low unemployment rate (approximately 2%) and the harsh judicial system. As well as Singapore's transport system has an infrastructure, with a well-organized bus and train (the MRT) systems, and profusion of taxis which are very reasonably priced. Healthcare in Singapore is world class. At present it has become very difficult for people to find relaxation over stress, while Peace of mind is something you'll have in daily life in Singapore.