Want to work in the tourism Industry? Singapore is your go-to country

Want to work in the tourism Industry? Singapore is your go-to country

Singapore – a bustling city rich in diversity, cultures and food. The tiny island city-state has evolved tremendously from a decade ago, earning the status of “the best place to live in the world” for three consecutive years.

With so much happening in Singapore, it is by far one of the best places to be studying and working at today, particularly so within the hospitality, tourism and service industry.

Here’s why:

People love flying with us

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Singapore’s one and only Changi Airport is so amazing that it has been voted the World’s Best Airport for the sixth consecutive year. No other airport has been able to maintain this ranking for six years running! The airport is expanding as we speak, with the new Jewel terminal set to open in 2019.

Additionally, Singapore Airlines was named the best airline in the world by travel site TripAdvisor this year.

Whether you’re looking to work within an airport or on-board a plane, you can find a myriad of opportunities to soar in Singapore’s prestigious and dynamic airline service sector.

Small in size, big on attractions

Tourism Hospitality Singapore

Singapore may be small but what she lacks in size, she makes up for in variety.

There are tons of attractions and activities to delve into here, such as theme parks, adventure spots, museums, resorts and beaches. These places require huge teams to operate and maintain, so there is always a position to be filled year-round

Welcoming more visitors every year

Want to work in the tourism Industry? Singapore is your go-to country

Coupled with the variety of attractions and activities, Singapore remains a hotspot for tourists every year due to the country’s excellent safety levels, scrumptious food and cultural richness.

In fact, Singapore Tourism Board reported a second consecutive year of record tourism performance, with tourism receipts and visitor arrivals rising by 3.9 per cent and 6.2 per cent respectively.

The country’s position as a tourism hub is so well-known that many students have chosen it to pursue their hospitality dreams!

Study and work in one of the world’s most vibrant tourism hubs – find out more about LSBF in Singapore’s Hospitality programmes

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