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Top Coworking Spaces in Singapore

65 SGD /d
Found. Prinsep, Singapore

Found. Prinsep


Found. is the largest coworking entrepreneurial community in the country, and as a pioneer of coworking in Singapore, it ... More

65 SGD /d
Found. Cuppage, Singapore

Found. Cuppage


Found. (Prev Impact Hub Singapore) is the largest coworking entrepreneurial community in the country, and as a pioneer of... More

50 SGD /d
JustCo @ Robinson Road, Singapore

JustCo @ Robinson Road


Provided that you’re on the lookout for a new space to thrive in, have you looked at JustCo? A fresh space with a creat... More

50 SGD /d
The Working Capitol, Singapore

The Working Capitol


Okay so getting your work done in a cafe or a private home office isn’t so bad…until you realize that you’re missin... More

Recent reviews in Singapore

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Michal Weyna
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Tom Chen
A great coworking space. Internet and work conditions are very good. The tables suck though. The coffee c... Show More
Fyodor Ivanischev
A very decent coworking space. Internet is very fast, work conditions are good. Enough space for video ca... Show More
Fyodor Ivanischev

If you have a great idea for solving any of Singapore's problems, then run to Singapore, as the government will pay for your startup to solve its dilemmas. A very different approach to enticing digital startups to its shores, the government is saying, "If any one of you has an idea, or a product, or a service, which makes life better for citizens: come to Singapore. Prove it, test it, prototype it, upscale it and if your solution works, we will buy it from you."

An island city-state off the coast of Southern Malaysia, it is a global financial heart with a multi-cultural population sweltering in a tropical climate. This is where you will find the stunning red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in the bustling Chinatown area circa 1820. Padang's cricket field has been in use since the 1830s and is now framed by large buildings, such as the City Hall held aloft by 18 Corinthian columns. Singapore is often referred to as the Lion City, the Red Dot or the Garden City, due to its "greening policy", where lush parks and gardens dominate. It is the world's only city-state and the country is virtually sitting on top of the equator.

Singapore has a population of 5,781,728; of which 81.3% are connected to the Internet and 70.9% of those souls jump onto Facebook when the fancy takes them to share. The government is gung ho about creating a viable tech strategy and it clearly has some advantages such as cheap infrastructure, access to funding and talent; now it needs some entrepreneurs to take up the government's challenge.

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