Singapore Company Incorporation with Paul Hype Page
Company Registration at Paul Hype Page Singapore

The relocation services provided by Paul Hype Page & Co have helped many foreigners with relocation to Singapore. Migration to Singapore is common; many expatriates have made the country their home. We provide information on:

Expatriation is a challenging experience that can ultimately be rewarding, both personally and professionally. A little research will help you understand what to expect in the new country and assist you in settling down. In addition, you need to learn the language and to prepare for the cultural differences that you will encounter.

Singapore Is Easy To Get Used To

Fortunately, Singapore is a remarkably easy place to get used to. Information is readily available through a phone call or through the Internet.

Making arrangements to relocate & settle down in Singapore

Of course it would be ideal if you got a head start and begin making arrangements BEFORE you even touch down in Singapore. Which is where we come in. Housing regulations, information on hotels, serviced apartments and international schools, even how to apply for your water, electricity, gas and phone. Paul Hype Page and Co. is here to help get you to relocate and settled down in your new home as quickly and painlessly as possible.

Orientation package

Welcome Session

We will arrange a time to visit the employee / yourself and present our Welcome Bag, containing maps, guides to Singapore, vouchers from our preferred network, information on associations and other relevant information for expats. If appropriate, we also include guides specifically aimed at families and a welcome gift for the child.

Want to Start business in Singapore
Want to Start business in Singapore


Our orientation is a two-day program based on the employee’s requirements. Depending on the needs and requirements of the employee and their family (if applicable) the following could be included:

  • Shopping tours (wet markets, supermarkets, butchers, children’s needs, speciality shops);
  • Medical providers (introduction to general practitioners, dentists, hospitals and pharmacies);
  • Introduction to social and sporting clubs (tours and appointments) such as the Hollandse Club, the American Club, the Tanglin Club, children’s sports clubs (rugby, football, netball and swimming);
  • Travel and holiday information for countries within the region (ranging from low budget options to family friendly resorts, based on our own extensive travel experiences, for example, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia);
  • Singapore “Do’s and Dont’s” (for example, no eating on public transport, no chewing gums, removing shoes when entering homes and religious institutions);
  • How to convert a foreign driver’s license (how to navigate the online appointment system, how to prepare for the test);
  • Highlight popular restaurants, entertainment venues, children’s activities and cultural venues;
  • Information on private consumer banking services, opening bank account, including local and international banking, use of cheques and the NETS system;
  • Information on setting up the home internet connection, landline and mobile services (including documentation required when setting up contracts and possible problems with dependant pass holders).
  • Monthly phone calls (up to 3 months) to assist with settling in issues as they arise;
  • Assistance with hiring and training of domestic helpers to include the introduction to experienced (expat) maid agencies, interviews and settling in;

Essential Basics on How to relocate to Singapore:

  • Ensure you have an appropriate visa and that you get the necessary vaccinations.
  • Be sure to learn the basics of the Singaporean language such that you can get assistance with information like direction to an office, price, and how to greet people. People can be offended if you greet them inappropriately.
  • While packing, ensure you carry only essential stuff that you cannot easily find in Singapore. Also, carry clothing for all weather in case weather changes. A trick to folding clothes is to fold and roll them, that way they occupy little space.
  • Get the necessary documentation for prohibited or regulated items such as medication.

Education Consultation

Prior to the employee’s arrival we will:
Advise on the international school options, to include specific, special needs requirements.

On arrival to Singapore we will:
Make appointments for school tours, provide school prospectus packs and give information on, and assistance with, enrolment for various school systems (IB, A-Levels, (I)GCSE, diploma, primary schooling, kindergarten and nursery schools).

Relocation Cost & Fees

Relocating to Singapore?

We can offer this service for S$2000 per employee. Leave a message and we’ll get in touch soonest!

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Relocation Services FAQs

When relocating to Singapore, will my assets and finances be taxed?2020-11-23T16:44:41+08:00

Yes, if you are opening bank accounts they attract taxes. To be taxfriendly beneficiary, always ensure your stay is over 183 days from January to December. 

What are self – employment visas and are they available in Singapore?2020-11-23T16:44:21+08:00

Self-employment visas give you eligibility as a self-employed person and they are given to persons with relevant qualifications. 

However, self-employment visas are not available in Singapore. 

Which essential visas will I need to relocate to Singapore?2020-11-23T16:44:03+08:00

If you are considering relocating to Singapore as a permanent resident or for more than three years, then you should be getting a permanent visa. 

To do business or get employment you will need an Employment Pass or EntrePass.  

To bring dependants and domestic workers, you need visas for them. 

Can I bring my pets with me to Singapore?2020-11-23T16:43:44+08:00

Yes, just ensure proper documentation for them. As you consider that, you need to ask yourself if your pet will cope with the climatic or weather conditions in Singapore. 

What are the common concerns of those relocating to Singapore for the first time?2020-11-23T16:42:59+08:00
  • Information on how to get applicable visas and permits.
  • Knowing which areas regions of Singapore are the most expensive
  • Finding information on the process of relocating to Singapore.
  • Availability of essential services like schools, markets, hospitals, religious institutions, entertainment, and recreational facilities, etc.
  • Getting information about places to seek or file security-related issues.
  • Getting reliable information about the climatic and weather conditions of Singapore.
  • How to move with your family, assets, and finances.
  • Finding out if pets are legally allowed within your accommodation.
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