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Co-Living Apartments in Singapore

Sharing the Singaporean experience with someone is far better than doing it all alone. When travelers want to meet and live with new people in Asia’s top commercial and cultural city-state, they go for co-living apartments. As a rising choice for international travel, our award-winning portfolio of serviced accommodation has many to choose from.

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Benefits of Co-Living Apartments

What brings many people to these kinds of accommodation is their affordability, flexibility, homely amenities, and a sense of community. Rather than coming to Singapore on their own and paying rates that can be extortionate, guests can book co-living apartments that are affordable and arrive to find the accommodation filled with eager and excited adventurers who are as happy to be in Singapore as they are.

They can build new connections through conversation and games, or cook collectively in the fully equipped kitchen and share around the table in the evening while discussing the best parts of Singapore so far, amongst other engaging topics. Aside from that, the housemates can relax in front of the TV in the evening or stream and connect to others via the free Wi-Fi internet. Plus, depending on what’s available in the residence and package, guests may have access to gyms, saunas, rooftop deck and more that they can share with their new associates.

Attractions Near Our Co-Living Apartments in Singapore

Seeing the landmarks is part of the travel experience in Singapore. And when our guests want to get out of their co-living apartment, they can see a wealth of attractions that will ensure the ultimate Singaporean experience.

Marina Bay Sands -

One of Singapore's most iconic hotels has the world's largest rooftop Infinity Pool, restaurants, and a range of shopping and entertainment hubs.

Gardens by the Bay -

A nature park spanning 101 hectares, this magnificent attraction is adjacent to the Marina Reservoir and consists of three waterfront gardens.

Orchard Road -

A major 2.5 km road, it has hordes of internationally renowned department stores, restaurants and coffeehouses up and down the expansive road.

Raffles Hotel Singapore -

With a 132-year history, this hotel’s architecture is the perfect snap for the Instagram feed.

Sentosa Island -

An island resort off Singapore’s southern coast, Tiger Sky Tower, Palawan Beach and Tanjong Beach are just some of the things to experience here.

Universal Studios Singapore -

A great day out for people of all ages, the 28 rides that fill the theme park get the adrenaline pumping.

Asian Civilisations Museum -

Exploring the rich artistic heritage of Asia, the museum has a range of antiques as well as temporary exhibitions that highlight other fascinating periods of the continent.

Fort Canning Park -

A small hill about 48 meters high, the park has a variety of trails that are fun to explore.

National Gallery Singapore -

Featuring the world's largest public display of modern Southeast Asian art, it consists of over 8,000 artworks.

National Museum of Singapore -

One of the oldest museums in Singapore, it dates back to 1849 and tells the story of the city-state.

Restaurants Near Our Co-Living Apartments in Singapore

One of the oldest museums in Singapore, it dates back to 1849 and tells While our co-living apartments encourage people to cook together and eat together inside, there will be times when guests want to eat out, either on their own or with their housemates. Singapore is renowned for its foods and eating culture and dining in one of the many eclectic restaurants is a must for any traveler.

New Ubin Seafood -

Those that love a taste of the ocean will love what this seafood restaurant has to offer with its zi char traditional cuisine.

Rang Mahal -

A fine dining Indian restaurant, it has a legacy that goes back to 1971 of serving flavorsome and signature food.

Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck -

Roasting Peking duck to perfection, this restaurant serves the finest dishes of authentic Chinese cuisine.

Odette -

A timeless fine dining destination helmed by Chef Julien Royer, it is based in the National Gallery and serves French-Asain food.

Candlenut -

Featuring refined Peranakan cuisine, it also has an ample wine list that more than suits its lofty, rustic-chic setting.

Burnt Ends -

Previously voted as one of the world’s best restaurants, it has a new menu every day and serves great BBQ food via a custom four-tonne, dual cavity oven and four elevation grills.

Les Amis -

As can be understood by its name, this is a French restaurant that serves haute cuisine in a splendid setting.

Warong Nasi Pariaman -

Serving Indonesian cuisine, this restaurant is a splendid pick for those wanting to try something new and exceptional.

Meta -

Combining Korean heritage and Japanese and Western culinary techniques, there is much to admire on its delicious menu.

Corner House -

Situated in a 1910 bungalow with a verandah, inventive global dishes are part of its appeal.

Transportation Near Our Co-Living Apartments in Singapore

Getting around a new destination can be confusing and lead to many wrong directions. However, our co-living apartments are ideally placed near MRT connections so our guests can arrive at their new home with little hassle and still travel around Singapore quickly and efficiently.

Some of the nearby MRT stations are the ones below:

  • Chinatown MRT
  • Outram Park MRT
  • Tanjong Pagar MRT
  • Raffles Place MRT
  • City Hall MRT
  • Clarke Quay MRT
  • Orchard MRT
  • Somerset MRT
  • Little India MRT
  • Farrer Park MRT
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