Moving to Singapore
TransGlobal Shipping and Storage has a wealth of experience moving to Singapore and can take care of all your relocation needs – from an entire household of furniture to a number of boxes.
With our fleet of vans, trucks and shipping containers, we can move any sized consignment economically and quickly. We assist you at every stage from planning and packing through to delivery to your new home, setting up and unpacking, and removal of packaging material. With a network of business partners in Singapore, we ensure you receive the best level of customer service and local knowledge throughout the entire moving process.
When it comes to your possessions, we can take care of insurance, manage customs requirements on exit and entry and organise storage when and where required.
Vehicles, Boats and Trailers
TransGlobal can organise transportation for your car, boat, trailer or other vehicles. Simply let us know the details and we will arrange for specialist transportation.
We may not be able to help you jump the airport queue or fast-track customs and immigration requirements for your family, but we can provide some useful links to help you plan your move to Singapore and to get established when you arrive.
Moving To SingaporeGeneral Information from Transitions Abroad
Singapore Expatriot Information from Singapore Expats
Immigration and VisasSingapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority
BankingGeneral Information from Wikipedia
Links to Banks from Wikipedia
TaxInland Revenue Authority
Government InformationSingapore Government
General Information from Wikipedia
NewsThe Straits Times
Yahoo Singapore News
Weather and ClimateForecast
Local ForumsExpat Forum
Business InformationGeneral Advice for Businesses
Information Schools List
Real Estate and HousingReal Estate Guide
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Island LifeSingapore comprises the main island and more than 60 mostly uninhabited smaller ones. If you speak Malay, some of those islands’ names might cause you to raise an eyebrow. For example:
- Pulau Brani – Island of the Brave
- Pulau Jong - Junk Island (that’s junk as in the Chinese ship, not a waste disposal facility)
- Pulau Hantu - Ghost Island
- Pulau Sekudu - Frog Island
- Pulau Senang - Island of Ease (ironically an off-limits military training ground)
- Sentosa – Tranquility (there’s nothing too strange about that, but it was formerly known as Pulau Belakang
- Mati - Island of Death from Behind)