The education system. It's so well-defined and organized. The system in which the curriculum is taught (usually for GCSE exams) makes more sense to me than some other systems I've heard or read about. Food is great too, you'll find tons of stuff, which is no surprise seeing as our population, including our pioneers, and therefore our culture, is a huge melting pot. It's a bit expensive, of course, as with anything in Singapore, one of the most expensive cities in the world.
There's a problem for the weebs (like me) though. Singapore isn't a prime demographic for anime hosting sites to stream to. In other words, the cost of licensing won't cover the revenue from viewership. That means I may have to watch anime illegally.
Yes, I posted here 4 months ago but I've got more to say now.
If people refuse to accept you, I'll just accept you even more.
I like how everything here in Taiwan is so convenient and close by, i live in the city, and the mountains are 30 minutes drive away and the beach is 15 minutes away, There is a corner store and/or convenient store on every block.