The Singapore office market is thriving — there are a number of office providers, with plenty of workspace available in this commercial hub.
For businesses looking to move into Singapore, our specialist local consultant, Betty Chen, recommends Raffles Place — there are many options to suit all business requirements, and rates are very competitive in this area.
The average cost of executive suite space in Singapore is between SGD 1000 – 5000 per month, although this will vary according to office size, requirements and location.
These costs also cover amenities, which may include Internet, parking, lounges, meeting rooms, AV equipment and reception services, among others.
The average executive suite size in Singapore is between 100 – 300 square feet. Instant Offices provide both private suites and coworking offices.
We also offer a great variety of office sizes, and can accommodate most inquiries, from one person through to 100 or more depending on the specifics.
Why choose Singapore?
The benefits of doing business in Singapore are plentiful — it's one of the main financial centres in the Asia-Pacific region, and indeed, the world.
It also has one of the freest and most business-friendly economies, making it an ideal region in which to establish your company.
Costs are lower here compared to other Asian countries, and it is easy to travel to the rest of the continent for business.
With a skilled workforce, low tax rates and corruption-free governance, Singapore is the ideal business destination.
Five things you probably didn't know about Singapore:
- On the back of the $1000 note you can find the national anthem printed in microtext
- Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world and apart from Monaco the most densely populated with 6,430 people per square kilometre
- Buildings in Singapore must not be taller than 280m; three buildings currently stand exactly at this mark, One Raffles Place, Republic Plaza and UOB Plaza
- Singapore has more than 3,000km of roads; end to end, they could reach Hong Kong
- The Singapore Sling, a cocktail made using gin and cherry brandy was first served in 1915 at the Long Bar of the Raffles Hotel