You’ve got a new startup idea, creative project or the manuscript to the next bestseller, but all you need is a convenient space to work, have meetings or just a quiet place to concentrate without the distractions of home. We’ve got the rundown on the top 10 co-working spaces in Singapore where you can think, work, create, and collaborate. From premium options to cheaper co-working spaces to shared workspaces and offices to hot desking in Singapore – this handy list will sort you. Grab the coffee… let’s go!
Trehaus has taken co-working to a higher level, being the first co-working space that's complete with childcare, nursery, and learning facilities. Being a working and present parent is extremely challenging and that's precisely why Trehaus was set up. They offer the option of bringing your kids to work at a conducive workspace where they'll be cared for while you embark on your career. If you don't require a membership, you can choose a Work Day Pass or a Work+Play Day Pass if you need to bring your child. A Flexi Work Plan for 10 days per month access is priced at SG$350 and a Flexi Work+Play Plan costs SG$800 per month where you can drop off your kids at the Trehaus Kids atelier.
Trehaus Co-Work, 442 Orchard Road, #03-01, Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879, http://trehauscowork.com/
The Co. is powered by collaborators and people passionate about changing the way we work. With locations in the heart of the city, The Co. presents a diverse collection of spaces and services created to facilitate networking and collaboration among peers. Plans start at SG$350 per month for a hot desk plus social areas and go up to a private suite where prices are available upon enquiry.
The Co., Duxton and High Street, https://jointhe.co/
Deemed as housing premium co-working spaces located at the heart of the Central Business District, Collective Works has handcrafted a series of environments within their co-work spaces at Cecil Street and Capital Tower. Co-working desks are available for 40, 80 or 120 hours a month with either a Dedicated or Premium membership.
Collective Works, Cecil Street (Premium Space) & Capital Tower (Platinum Space, www.collective.works
From private workspaces, dedicated offices for teams ranging from two to eight people, to permanent work desks to call your own in the quiet zone, The Working Capitol allows you more flexibility when choosing your preferred working environment. There are also meeting rooms, break out areas and a café for informal catch-ups. Their Work Connect plan starting from SG$79 per month for a virtual office enables you to connect with the community online through events plus enjoy member benefits and discounts.
The Working Capitol, 1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore, 089109, +65 6805 4050, https://theworkingcapitol.com/
If you're looking for a more cozy workspace to get those creative juices flowing, then Camelia & Co. might just be the place for you. Located at the fringe of the city in a quaint 3-storey heritage building, this co-work space aims to enable businesses to coexist together under one roof. At Level 1 is the Daily Sphere, which is the common space, where you can opt for a day, part-time or full-time pass. Level 2 houses the Daily Grind with dedicated desks, permanent hotdesks, and private booths. Level 3 is the Luxurious Hideout for members who want to work privately in a luxe office environment.
Camelia & Co., 4 Jln Klapa, Singapore 199316, +65 6904 8092, https://cameliaco.sg/
Spanning across 62,000 sq ft with 900 workstations, Distrii is by far the single largest tech-driven co-working facility in Singapore. Occupying Levels 1 to 7 of Republic Plaza, this co-working space holds regular events, houses breakout spaces with exercise bikes and foot massage mats, has an in-house cafe named Mellower Coffee, and plus it has Hans im Gluck, the burger bar right at its doorstep. For bigger startups and SMEs, Distrii would work for you. What impresses us most is Distrii's proprietary app where you can book and access secured meeting rooms, workspaces and smart storage lockers across over 30 Distrii co-working locations. It also has a video conferencing tool, business social network, and a team collaboration platform.
Distrii, 9 Raffles Place, Republic Plaza, Levels 1 to 7, Singapore 048619, +65 6932 5288, www.distrii.com.sg
Designed with creatives in mind, MOX is Singapore’s first and largest independent design resource workspace. It features facilities such as 3D printers, laser cutters, carpentry machines, and workstations equipped with design software. There’s even a photography studio fitted with backdrop and lighting equipment, plus a sewing room filled with industrial-grade machines. Desk spaces for digital artists, illustrators, designers, or entrepreneurs start at SG$180 for a 10-day Day Pass to SG$500 for a private office.
MOX, 451 Joo Chiat Road, Katong Point, Singapore 427664, +65 8482 7876, www.themox.co
With 11 locations within the city, WeWork is one of the more prominent co-working brands in town. Upon being a member, you are connected to their global network and part of a larger community. Their spaces are designed to promote productivity regardless of whether you’re a team of 1 or 100. The month-to-month flexibility and one all-inclusive rate make things fuss-free. At their Robinson Road venue, there's even a game room and onsite showers. Prices range from SG$520 a month for a hot desk to SG$1250 for a private office.
WeWork, Various locations, www.wework.com/l/singapore
Designed to inspire, The Great Room, as its name suggests, oozes with grandeur and luster. This hospitality-inspired space lends itself to quiet discussions, periods of thought and study, and serves as a conducive venue for meeting, socializing and entertaining. Set in the heart of the city, each of its locations is bustling with business by day and leisure by night - with restos, retail shops, and clubs all a stone's throw away. With breathtaking panoramic views added to its portfolio, the Centennial Tower and Ngee Ann City locales leave you even more room to be inspired. A Day Pass is priced at SG$70 and goes up to SG$2500 per day for a Dedicated Office.
The Great Room, Various locations, https://thegreatroom.co/coworking-spaces-singapore/
With 24,000 sq feet at its belt, The Work Project in its newest branch at OUE Downtown in Shenton Way features over 200 private workstations, and more than 100 plus hotdesks and collaborating spaces. This co-working space is designed to replicate the feel of a 5-star hotel, with a full-service gourmet pantry at your disposal, and serving up top quality barista brew coffee by Omotesando Koffee. Day Passes start at SG$45 per day and a private office at SG$800 per month.
The Work Project, Shenton Way & North Bridge Road (Bugis), https://theworkproject.com/