1. Robert & Philip Ng



As the property siblings Roberts and Philip wealth down by US $ 2 million because of the Singapore weak market of real estate. For last three years the siblings have been expending their business in Australia and grabbing the assets like the Westin Sydney hotel and its neighboring heritage retail podium which they bought for US $ 342 million in the last year. Later in January they buy the Scarborough beachfront mall for US $ 45 million in Perth. Richest

2. Kwek Leng Beng



Kwek Leng is the Singapore developer and his City Developments is looking ahead with the foreign expansion along with control at the home. He bought the twenty two acre Stag Brewery site for US $ 225 million in the South West London. His City development has bought almost eight prime properties for US $ 600 million in London. He also made a plan to build the 2 residential towers in the South Bank precinct at Brisbane with other two partners. Kwek Leng estimated net worth is US $ 7.2 billion and he is ranked at second in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.

3. Goh Cheng Liang



Goh Cheng is the reclusive paints business tycoon who also owns 39 percents stakes in the Japanese Nippon Paint Holdings which is hit by fall in company share price because of the weaker sales in China.  He starts making paints in Singapore in a very small factory before he joining the partner Japanese Nippon Paint in 1962. He is also known to collect the catamarans and luxury yachts and according to reports he plans to build the 84 meter big yacht which is the world biggest. Goh Cheng estimated net worth is US $ 6.9 billion and he is ranked at third in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.

4. Wee Cho Yaw



Wee Cho Yaw is the Veteran banker and the chairman of the emeritus of United Overseas Bank which is the third largest bank of Singapore by the market capitalization and was founded in 1935 by his father and now it is been run by Wee Ee Cheong. At the occasions of bank 80th anniversary the bank has denoted US $ 14 million to charity and generates more than US $ 14 million with an endowment for the scholarship program to the National University of Singapore. Wee Cho estimated net worth is US $ 5.5 billion and he is ranked at No. 4 in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.

5. Kwee Family



The four Kwee siblings owned the privately held property developer luxury Pontiac Land which starts to sell the apartments at the 53 W 53 with its high profile residential project Manhattan luxury. Their Pontiac land has partnership with the Houston based developers Goldman Sachs and Hines for the 82-story tower which is located next to the Museum of Modern Art. The Kwee family estimated net worth is US $ 5.2 billion and their family is ranked at No. 5 in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.

6. Richard Chandler



The New Zealand citizen relocated to Singapore where he runs and controls the Clermont which is his personal investment fund. His portfolio included his majority of stakes in the Vietnam’s leading private healthcare providers such as the Hoan My Medica. He also holds the stakes in the oil, energy and gas sectors included the stakes in the NYSE listed Inter Oil Corporation which is Canadian based and has stakes in the Africa Oil with cooperation in the Papua New Guinea. Richard Chandler estimated net worth is US $ 3.2 billion and he is ranked No. 6 in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.

7. Raj Kumar & Kishin RK




The Singapore based family Mr. Raj Kumar and his son Kishin RK are very close to merging their property firms RB Capitals and Royal Holdings with the aim of increasing and doubling their assets to almost US $ 8 billion by 2020. A 60-story tower which is their new project will be tallest in all over in Singapore. Their RB Capitals is the Little Indian and have 250 rooms, 5 star international Hotel at the Robertson Quay which open at the end of this year. The family has estimated net worth of US $ 2.7 billion and ranked at No. 7 in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.

8. Kuok Khoon Hong



Kuok Khoon is the Singapore bases nephew of Robert Kuok who is the Malaysian billionaire and oversees the agribusiness giant Wilmar. Unfortunately his fortune decrease because of the fall in the price of the palm oil. There is 10 percent drop in his revenue and the net profit fell down to 8.7 percent in 2015. The company which he found in 1991 has made two joint ventures with the listed Singapore Foods which is a unit of in-flight catering firm which supply quality foods to China. Kuok Khoon estimated net worth is US $ 2.6 billion and he is ranked at No. 8 in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.

9. Peter Lim



Peter Lim is the star stockbroker of Singapore and he made a slaughter by selling his Wilmar International shares in palm oil giant for estimated US $ 1.5 billion in 2010. Since then he made investments in the real estate, sports and in healthcare.  His Singapore listed company Rowsley is building the US $ 1.2 billion healthcare in Malaysia Iskandar by targeting the population of both Malaysia and Singapore. Peter Lim estimated net worth is US $ 2.3 billion and he is ranked at No. 9 in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.

10. Sam Goi



The Chinese born entrepreneur who is best known as the Singapore “Popiah King” and made his fortune mostly from the privately owned food corporation “Tee Yih Jia Foods” a large chain which sells the large scale of frozen foods including the pancakes, spring rolls in all over the world. in the recent years he signs the real estate agreements both in Malaysia and Singapore via the Singapore listed GSH Corporations and holds the 48 percents stakes. Sam Goi estimated net worth is US $ 2 billion and he is ranked at No. 10 in the list of top 10 richest people of Singapore.


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