Singapore

Singaporean Dress Code

Singaporean Dress Code

Due to its position on the equator, Singapore is hot and humid all year round.

Dress codes in business reflect the climatic conditions and tend to be more informal than in many Western countries or even other Asian countries such as Japan and Korea.

Thus men will often wear shirt and trousers with no tie (jackets are not usually worn.) Colours can be lighter than the dark blues and greys of the UK and Japan.

Women tend to wear lightweight business suits. Accessories should be of good quality but not overly ostentatious.


Author

This country-specific business culture profile was written by Keith Warburton who is the founder of the cultural awareness training consultancy Global Business Culture

Global Business culture is a leading training provider in the fields of cross-cultural communication and global virtual team working.  We provide training to global corporations in live classroom-based formats, through webinars and also through our cultural awareness digital learning hub, Global Business Compass.

This World Business Culture profile is designed as an introduction to business culture in Singapore only and a more detailed understanding needs a more in-depth exploration which we can provide through our training and consultancy services.

Country Breakdown

5.607

Million

Population

S$

Singapore Dollar

Currency

$ 297

Billion

GDP

719.1

km2

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