Author: Nilsa Blumer

What Gifts You Should Get For Your Significant Other This Christmas

Gifts are considered as a symbol of care and trust. This is the reason why people like to give and take gift on various occasions. Most of the time they look of anniversaries and birthday parties to express their love for each other. This is where we all are making a mistake. If you love someone, you should not wait for an occasion or event to tell that. Every day is special, if you look the other way around. However, it is a ritual that you should give gifts on occasions like Easter and Christmas etc. Now, the most difficult question of the day, what should you get for your boy/girlfriend on this Christmas? The first way to answer this question is that try to give a gift that looks exactly like his taste and for that reason you should keep his age in your mind. If you have a boyfriend who is above 25, the best gifts for him would be like an aftershave set, a tie, or a perfume. Try to find something that is more formal because it will leave a pretty good impression. You can also go for a casual dining in Singapore or a walk on the beach or moonlight. You can go on a long drive for hours away from everyone else. These are not some tangible things which you are giving, but...

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Most popular professions attracting expats to Singapore

Singapore is rapidly becoming a popular expat destination for a number of reasons, not least of which is centred around its booming economic status, interesting culture and excellent food. A recent survey from HSBC confirmed Singapore as the most popular expat destination. The standard of life is good, wages reflect a healthy economy and the attitude towards family life is respected. An island culture, expats from Britain settle particularly well, due to subtle similarities and welcoming people. Expats from all corners of the globe have reported an easy transition from their home country and benefit from the excellent education system. Which professions are the most popular for those emigrating to Singapore? #1 Banking/ Finance Leading the way as the most popular industry attracting expatriates to Singapore is banking and finance. Considered Asia’s financial hub, Singapore is home to branches of many international banks, such as RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) and the Bank of America, as well as many others. #2 Self employed Many expats feel setting up business in Singapore is well supported, due to the economic stability and entrepreneurial mindset. It is a fast growing economic powerhouse. Anyone considering this may be interested in opening a forex trading account with City Index. Consultancy and communications start-ups in particular are popular options for expatriates setting up in Singapore. #3 Research and Development Recent years have seen a significant...

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A Comprehensive Guide On Some Of The Best Tourist Attractions In Singapore

Singapore has been documented among foreign visitors as one of the most attractive tourist destinations. It has a well developed and esteemed tourist industry. It offers not just high end luxury hotels, fine dining and shopping malls, but also varied ethnic quarters and vibrant history to discover, along with a plethora of family-friendly attractions and enthralling public spaces that make visiting this place worthwhile. So here is a comprehensive guide on some of the most famous things to see in Singapore: Marina Bay: This is the place to go to experience Singapore’s most phenomenal side. With the prompt development of this city-state, the entire Marina Bay region has undergone transformation of spectacular proportions. The Marina Bay sands is the central point of the bay, and several wonderful things to do and see in the region revolve around this magnificent resort and building like, the Science Museum, various nightlife, shopping and Casino options. You can arrive here around 8 pm to catch the phenomenal light show, which not only illuminates the water but also lights up many iconic landmarks of the city. Gardens By The Bay: This is a vibrant, huge, futuristic park in the bay region of Singapore. Its popular Supertree structures give you a splendid skywalk over the gardens, and the magnificent seashell-shaped breathtaking greenhouses recreate frosty mountain climates. Furthermore, there are a plethora of plants and trees...

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3 Good Reasons To Hire A Private Car In Montreal

  To me a private car to and from the airport is an absolute must in Montreal, I was once a person that would take a taxi, bus, train or a combination of all three to get to where I needed to go. I realised that the most convenient thing in Montreal is to simply get a private car and take out all of the worry your adventure. I thought it might be a good idea to make a short guide about why I like to take a private car, so read on to find out more. Comfort Comfort...

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Four in Five tourists have no intention of changing holiday plans despite ongoing terrorist threats in Europe

Despite the recent terror attacks in France and Germany, new research by a door-to-door worldwide holiday baggage courier company has found that tourists remain defiant, with 79% proudly stating that they will not let the ongoing terrorist threats affect their European travel plans this summer. The Foreign Office recently classed Spain, France, Germany, Morocco and Algeria as places with a ‘high risk of a terrorist attack’ and to find out what the effects of recent attacks in France and Germany have had on those travelling this summer, sendmybag.com surveyed 2,500 people from across the world asking them if it has affected their upcoming travel plans. The survey asked 1,000 Americans and 1,500 Europeans, “Have you let the recent extremist attacks in Europe affect your travel plans?” The results were overwhelmingly positive, with 79% of all respondents declaring that they had no intentions of changing their travel plans. The survey also revealed that Americans were the most stoic with 88% saying they would not change their travel plans, whereas the Spanish were the most nervous with 31% admitting that they were thinking of or had changed travel plans because of the attacks. Asked to comment about their thoughts those surveyed said: “The actions of a minority will not affect my travel plans. I will not be made to feel scared on holiday or allow these people to dictate through fear...

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