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When in Singapore, Check Out These Great Coworking Spaces

Updated: Mar 19, 2020

The following is an article “When in Singapore, Check Out These Great Coworking Spaces” by Marc Primo.

For the last decade or so, nearly 50% of professionals in Singapore have already shifted to remote work. As the number continues to rise, so does the demand for coworking spaces which can provide these digital nomads with more flexible and productive working environments while minimizing operational costs for freelancers or startups.

If you are an expat mixing business and pleasure in beautiful Singapore, it may seem easy enough to look for a good coworking space where you can settle in immediately. But do know that not all coworking spaces in this concrete island offer the same advantages, rates, and proximity to other central business centers.

Knowing that it takes more than the smell of freshly-brewed coffee to lure digital nomads or startups into coworking spaces, here are our top four picks for best coworking spaces in this Southeast Asian nation.

The Great Room. Whether you need a hot desk or a whole office floor, these coworking space provider started redefining productivity spaces in Singapore only three years ago. Being a member allows you to network with their other coworking spaces in Bangkok and Hong Kong, while helping you settle in a space that exudes professionalism and high-profile business.

When in Singapore, check out their coworking spaces at One George Street, Raffles Hotel Arcade in North Bridge Road, the Centennial Tower in Temasek Avenue, Ngee Ann City Tower in Orchard Road, and soon at the AFRO-ASIA I-Mark in the Robinson Road and McCallum street junction.

The General Room. Most of us have an idea on how military type individuals run an operation. The General Room reflects all aspects of professionalism, efficiency, and precision with their very classy lounge area as a huge plus. Coming from LGB Somerset Investment of Malaysia, this coworking space provider offers hot desks, private rooms, MICE facilities, and even virtual offices. You can expect great amenities and services here ranging from hi-speed Wi-Fi connections to tidying up your space at very affordable prices. After a hard day’s work, you might want to head on over the bar for some well-deserved R&R.

Find the General Room at the busy high-rise of TripleOne Somerset in Orchard.

JustCo. With coworking client networks in Indonesia, Australia, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, and China, this coworking space provider also boasts a business team that’s ready to help your professional concerns. Choose from a wide range of plans that suits your needs whether you’re a novice freelancer or a corporate veteran. With great interiors all around, Just Co is the perfect place for you when you need to squeeze out a bit of creative juice or enter into worthwhile collaborations with other professionals.

JustCo has coworking spaces in some of Singapore’s most thriving business districts including Bras Basah Rd., 6 Raffles Quaye, Axa Tower, Asia Square, China Square Central, MacDonald House Manulife Tower, Marina One East Tower, Marina One West Tower, Marina Square, Samsung Hub, UIC Building, 10 Collyer Quay, and Westgate Tower.

The Executive Centre. As an expat traveling for work in Singapore, you’d definitely want to get busy in a coworking space that’s near shops and restaurants. The Executive Centre is one of the premier providers that gives you all that and more. With over 25,000 members, you also get access to multi-national connections in 32 cities across the globe and the professional help you need from their in-house team. Totally veering away from the typical corporate environment, coworking spaces here are stylish, complete, and utilize the invigorating grace of natural light to inspire more productivity and creativity.

The Executive Centre offers coworking spaces at Frasers Tower in Cecil Street, Ocean Financial Centre and One Raffles Quaye in Raffles Place, 6 Batter Road, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1 in Marina Boulevard, and The Gateway West in 150 Beach Road.


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