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Singapore’s Digital Nomad Scene: Coworking Spaces And Remote Work Opportunities

Singapore is a popular destination for digital nomads because it is a country with some of the fastest internet speeds in the world. These remote workers will want to consider working at Trehaus, Crane, or The Cocoon Space because these coworking spaces can increase work productivity.

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In fact, there are quite a few coworking spaces and remote work opportunities in the digital nomad scene across Singapore’s borders. We are going to give you a rundown of details about the 10 of the top coworking spaces as well as ideas for specific cafes and libraries you can work in.

If you’re an expat living abroad in Singapore and need a place to do your work, let’s get started.

Remote Work Opportunities For Digital Nomads In Singapore

Digital nomads living in Singapore may be interested to learn there are many remote work opportunities for them. They can go to coworking spaces, cafes or restaurants, and libraries to complete their assignments. They can also choose to work from home.

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We’re going to discuss in detail the many remote work opportunities available to you, with a special interest in the best coworking spaces around.

You may want to pay extra attention to those spaces that are close to the best places to live in Singapore so you won’t have too long of a commute.

Coworking Spaces In Singapore For Digital Nomads

Digital nomads who don’t want to work from home are attracted to coworking spaces, which are basically offices or open-room areas where you can go to get your remote work done. Top coworking spaces in Singapore include The Great Room, The Hive, and Cospace Park.

What Is A Coworking Space?

A coworking space is where independent workers come to work in the same place. These could be individuals who are self-employed, work remotely from different companies, or are digital nomads. Coworking spaces can increase productivity and focus by providing an environment of accomplishment.

Coworking spaces can be workspaces where employees from different companies work in a common area, where workers have their own office in a building with other independent workers, or where industry-specific individuals come together, such as creative professionals.

Almost all coworking spaces will have:

  • Wifi
  • Printers
  • Conference rooms
  • Tea
  • Coffee
  • Snacks
  • Desks

Usually, individuals pay to participate since the coworking space company maintains and upkeeps the building and amenities.

The 10 Best Coworking Spaces in Singapore

Among the best coworking spaces in Singapore are The Great Room, Cospace Park, The Working Capitol, and more. Digital nomads and remote workers should search for facilities with the accommodations they need to perform all their tasks, are in a convenient location, and are within their budget.

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We’ve gathered a list of 10 phenomenal coworking spaces with a variety of features so you can determine which one is right for you.

The Great Room

The Great Room is a classy, futuristic coworking space that features enterprise-grade wifi, 24/7 office access, a Monday breakfast club, and exclusive business, learning, and lifestyle events. It serves as the perfect meeting and event space.

Hours: Open 24/7

Price: SGD $70 (USD $53) for a day pass and from SGD $175 – $1,500 (USD $132 – $1,135) for a membership plan

Locations: 6 Centers in Singapore to choose from

Cospace Park

In the heart of Science Park, this workspace has the option of coworking spaces, hot desks, private offices, meeting rooms, and event spaces. Cospace Park amenities include a state-of-the-art facility, business-level printers, blazing-fast internet, and an in-house cafe with delicious coffee.

Hours: Open 24/7

Price: From SGD $50 (USD $38) a month for an individual plan

Location: 43 Science Park Road #01-11, Singapore 117408

Trehaus: Business Club

This family-friendly coworking space allows parents to work in close proximity to their children attending Trehaus Preschool. At Trehaus, there are dedicated hot desks, meeting rooms, high-speed internet, a pantry, private call booths, lockers, Adults-only Sanctuary, and a child-friendly commons.

Hours: Contact Trehaus for specific hours

Price: From SGD $480/month to SGD $2,450/month (USD $363 – $1,854)

Location: 109 North Bridge Road, #07-21 to #07-33, Singapore 179097

The Working Capitol

The Working Capitol aims to provide maximum flexibility to its occupants by cultivating an environmental and community-driven atmosphere. They have private workspaces for teams of 2 – 10, enterprise solutions for teams of up to 200, and day passes for hot desks.

Forbes has described it as the top coworking space in Asia!

Hours: Open 8:30 am – 6:00 pm Monday – Friday

Price: Contact The Working Capitol for a free estimate

Locations: 12 Keong Saik, 89 Neil Road, and 3 Teck Lim Level 4


Crane redefines sociality by offering coworking spaces with tools that encourage individuals to share their skills and passions with others. They focus on self-care and self-discovery and helping their community create content on their own.

Hours: Open 24/7

Price: SGD $20/day (USD $15) or SGD $129/month (USD $98) for an enterprise

Locations: Joo Chiat, Arab Street, Claymore Connect, and Crane OCBC Wisma Atria

The Cocoon Space

The Cocoon Space is geared toward professionals and students in the fashion and design industry. It has a Makers Studio with industrial machines for sewing, ironing, textile printing, and embroidery. It also offers water, coffee, tea, and snacks and is within a 10-minute walk to public transit.

Hours: Open 9:00 am – 6:00 pm 7 days a week

Price: SGD $650/month for one person (USD $492)

Location: 250 Orchard Road, #02-01 in the Design Orchard


JustCo has flexible membership terms, fuss-free office setup, hospitality, and a thriving community, and helps workers optimize their workload. With a variety of membership plans and flex work solutions, you’re sure to find your customizable fit here.

Hours: Open 24/7

Price: From SGD $10/month (USD $8) to SGD $531/month (USD $402)

Locations: 20 locations in Singapore

The Hive Carpenter

The Hive is a 6-story building in a trendy precinct with hot desks, dedicated desks, fully-equipped meeting rooms, and a rooftop cafe overlooking Marina Bay. This beautiful work environment is dynamic, and creative, within 3 minutes walk of the CBD, and an excellent place to network.

Hours: Open 24/7

Price: Memberships from SGD $275/month – $950/month (USD $208 – $719)

Locations: Carpenter St, North Bridge Rd, Tanjong Pagar, Lavender, and Hive Studios


Centrally located in Dhoby Ghaut, Workcentral is a coworking space with work zones, basic business needs, and flexible membership plans. It is conveniently located near the Dhoby Ghaut MRT, Plaza Singapura, Fort Canning Park, and Orchard Central.

Hours: Open 24/7

Price: Memberships from SGD $230 – $6,900 (USD $174 – $5,221)

Location: 190 Clemenceau Ave., #06-01


Spaces features handicap accessibility, dedicated desks, private offices, breakout areas, networking events, meeting rooms, and reliably fast wifi. Filled with natural light and modern offices, this buzzing complex is sure to meet your coworking space needs.

Hours: Open 24/7

Price: From SGD $58 – $1,005/month (USD $44 – $760)

Location: 7 locations in Singapore

Pros And Cons Of A Coworking Space 

Digital nomads express that a coworking space has the advantages of increased productivity, increased focus, and more effective time management compared to working from home. Disadvantages, however, may include less privacy if you don’t pay for a private office and distracting background noises.

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Here’s Pacific Prime’s list of the pros and cons of a coworking space:


  • Increased Motivation
  • A sense of community
  • Flexibility in payment with options for short leases and pay-as-you-go terms
  • A chance to get away from home
  • Networking opportunities
  • An expansion of creativity
  • Lower costs than offices, reception services, and internet, etc.


  • Can’t change the space to meet your needs
  • Little privacy
  • Can’t display your company logo for branding
  • Can have distracting background noise (this is subjective based on the level of noise that optimizes your focus) 

Cafes In Singapore For Digital Nomads

Another remote work opportunity for digital nomads in Singapore is to work in local cafes, restaurants, or bars. For a great working environment and delicious snacks, check out The Book Cafe, Genius Central, For The People, and The Coffee Academics. Of course, don’t overstay if they’re busy.

Best Cafes in Singapore for Digital Nomads:

  • Lowercase
  • Genius Central
  • Botany
  • The Book Cafe
  • For The People
  • The Coffee Academics
  • Wheeler’s Yard
  • Kith Cafe

Libraries In Singapore For Digital Nomads

Among the best libraries in Singapore for Digital Nomads to work at are National Library, Central Public Library, Bishan Public Library, and Library@Orchard. Each of these would have quiet spaces where you can sit and work with free wifi, printers, newspapers, and books available.

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Best Libraries in Singapore for Digital Nomads:

  1. National Library
  2. Central Public Library
  3. Library@Orchard
  4. Library@Chinatown Point
  5. Punggol Regional Library
  6. Yishun Public Library
  7. Bedok Public Library
  8. Tampines Regional Library
  9. Singapore Sports Hub Library
  10. Bishan Public Library

Frequently Asked Questions

How is an office different from a coworking space?

If you work in an office, this usually refers to a private office building owned by one company and used only by that company’s employees. A coworking space, on the other hand, is intended for workers from a variety of companies and professions to work side by side in the same building.

Who runs a coworking space?

A coworking space is founded and owned by the company that owns the building. Their job is to maintain the building, provide and pay for the amenities, and create the various membership plans that workers can choose to join in order to participate in the coworking space.

What is a “hot desk” in a coworking space?

A hot desk in a coworking space is a desk that can be used by anyone so long as someone isn’t already using it. Because hot desks don’t belong to any one person, they provide flexibility for workers to work in different places each day. Hot desks are often in a common area with other hot desks.


In this article, we’ve now given you dozens of ideas of places and opportunities for digital nomads to successfully work remotely while living in Singapore. If you found this article helpful, be sure to check out our expat guide on moving to Singapore and our list of the best Singapore expat forums.

Senior Copywriter at Pacific Prime
Jantra Jacobs is a Senior Copywriter at Pacific Prime with over 10 years of writing and editing experience. She writes and edits a diverse variety of online and offline copy, including sales and marketing materials ranging from articles and advertising copy to reports, guides, RFPs, and more.

Jantra curates and reports on the results of Pacific Prime’s monthly newsletters, as well as manages Pacific Prime’s Deputy Global CEO’s LinkedIn posts. Complemented by her background in business writing, Jantra’s passion for health, insurance, and employee benefits helps her create engaging content - no matter how complex the subject is.

Growing up as a third-culture kid has given her a multicultural perspective that helps her relate to expats and their families while 8 years of working remotely have given her unique insight into hybrid work arrangements and enthusiasm for employee benefits.
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