5 alternative work-from-home venues in Singapore

With the various work-from-home arrangements set in Singapore since the lengthy circuit breaker period getting tiresome, alternatives are starting to look mighty attractive right now. For those who require a change of scenery without burning a hole in their pocket, check out the following remote working packages at these cool, conducive spaces in Singapore. The best part? You’ll never have to worry about noise pollution or being chased away halfway through your presentation.

Changi Lounge at Jewel Changi Airport

, 5 alternative work-from-home venues in Singapore

Located within the much-lauded Jewel Changi Airport, the Changi Lounge offers an exclusive and comfortable environment that makes remote working that much more enjoyable. Not only are there ample charging stations as well as high speed internet connectivity, the place is also an ideal work destination thanks to its meeting rooms boasting video conferencing facilities. For now, a single $12 fee will earn you two hours at the conducive lounge (hourly extensions at $4/hour is permitted); or alternatively, book a meeting room for four at just $60 an hour. Reservations can be made here.

Furama Riverfront Waterfall Lounge

Enjoy peace, quiet and lots of perks when you work remotely at Furama Riverfront hotel’s Waterfall Lounge. With free-flow beverages, dining credits and access to meeting rooms, you will be able to take advantage of all the makings of a favourable work environment by purchasing either a Day Pass or Monthly Pass. The former is priced at $28, while the latter is offered at $450. For a limited time only, grab the Daily Pass in a bundle of three to take 10 percent off the regular price.

Golden Village Z.E.S.T. @ Gold ClassO lounge

Now here’s a truly unconventional WFH option we’d never thought we’d see. Besides water, high speed internet access, coffee or tea and popcorn, local cinema operator Golden Village’s Z.E.S.T. @ Gold ClassO lounge in Suntec City allows unique add-ons to its work-from-lounge concept as well. On top of the $15 for a six-hour slot package, customers will receive an exclusive movie discount voucher to enjoy a weekday movie for $6 or are even able to pay just $5 extra to head to GV’s Zen Zone where a 90min rest on a recliner seat awaits. Talk about fun.

Grand Copthorne Waterfront

, 5 alternative work-from-home venues in Singapore

A hot desk option at another luxurious property in Singapore, the Grand Copthorne Waterfront hotel along Havelock Road won’t disappoint. You’ll be happy to know that a mere $16 a day will promise a productive work sesh that includes mailing, storage and printing services, plus internet access and complimentary parking. Juices, tea and coffees will also be served, as you park yourself anywhere within the premises’ dedicated spaces.


, 5 alternative work-from-home venues in Singapore

Also catering to the increasing demand for flexible and conducive work spaces, Yotel has since launched its latest Grind & Dine 4h/8h package. For starters, guests of the accommodation hotspot will be treated to great pool deck views, before being provided multiple charging stations and high-speed WiFi, plus a generous dining credit allowance that ensures a delicious hot meal all within the property. There’s no fixed timing or subscription fee necessary; just pick between the 4h package ($40) that includes a $30 F&B credit, or the 8h package ($60) which comes with a $40 F&B credit. Hourly extensions are available at $8 per hour too.