Singapore is world's second safest city, after Tokyo, in EIU's Safe Cities Index. ... Singapore also ranked high in terms of digital security, finishing in second place. In terms of health security, it moved up from 13th in 2017 to eighth this year. Based on “publicly available data”, Singapore and New Zealand are ranked in joint first place in a list of the safest countries for women to live in, citing their “impressive healthcare, safety and opportunity indicators”.
Furthermore, according to the study, Singapore and New Zealand have low crime rates. Singapore even has “one of the lowest homicide rates in the world”, it added. Apart from low crime rates and existing laws, both countries also have “impressive health indicators”. Women in both countries are also better able to improve their economic status with access to high levels of education, literacy and employment, and equal-opportunity protections.