Singapore is a global financial centre with a tropical climate and multicultural population. With a population size of over 5.5 million people, it is a very crowded city, and is the world's second most densely populated country. Due to the country's strict laws and squeaky clean surface, Singapore has a reputation amongst travelers for sterile predictability.

As one of Asia's financial, tech and startup hub, there are some great tech startup incubators and accelerators in Singapore. It is easy being a digital nomad in Singapore, with the abundance of coworking spaces, cafes, meetups and the ease of using English for everyday conversation. Women digital nomads will feel at ease in Singapore, due to the very low crime rate and lack of violent crimes. Walking alone at night is not an issue, and there are no dangerous neighbourhoods unlike other major cities.

Singapore is one of the most expensive cities in the World for locals, expatriates and visitors alike. The most affordable accomodation would be to rent a room in a shared public housing flat(HDB) - Singapore's public housing blocks are unlike the public housing in western countries.

You will find Singapore weather hot and humid whatever time of year you visit. However, some months may not be as warm as others, but in general they are all pretty hot. The best time to visit Singapore may be during the Northeast monsoon (November to early March) when the temperatures cool a little compared to the rest of the year.

Coworking Spaces in Singapore

Woolf Works

19 Carpenter Street, #05-01

The Hive

59 New Bridge Road

The Working Capitol

1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109.


531 Upper Cross Street #03-11, Singapore 050531

Hired Turf

883 North Bridge Road, #09-04 Southbank SOHO, Singapore 198785

Work House

60 Upper Weld Road, Singapore 207413

Cafes with wifi

Don't want to work at a coworking space? Check out these cafes with wifi instead.

Places to exercise


Trail running at Macritchie Reservoir, a nature reserve in the heart of Singapore.


Long stretch of running and cycling/skating paths, it’s one of Singapore’s best spots to go jogging or bike riding.

Public Swimming Complex

There are 24 public swimming complex in Singapore, and the admission fees are very affordable.