The East Coast of Singapore is one of the most popular districts for expats in Singapore. It is an area that boasts ample outdoor activities, restaurants, bars and shopping centres. The East Coast district is an ensemble of traditional Singapore and modern Singapore: a combination of the old and new.
East Coast offers good value for money when it comes to property. In contrast to central areas of Singapore, East Coast offers a more relaxed pace of life, with plenty of space for a family. The East Coast of Singapore is an attractive and peaceful place to walk around, with many streets being lined with luscious trees. For Singaporeans, the main attractions are 20 kilometres of white sandy beach and the food.
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Over the past twenty years, Singapore has become one of the world’s best business locations. Subsequently, demand for high quality serviced accommodation in Singapore has increased. thesqua.re offers luxurious housing solutions based in the stunning East Coast district of Singapore.
All of our apartments contain a fully equipped kitchen, capacious living areas replete with home entertainment systems, comfortable bedrooms, bathrooms that contain bathing and showering facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi, a secure entrance system and a 24 hour concierge service.
Singapore is renowned for its numerous shopping districts. East Coast contains several shopping centres. No matter which part of East Coast you’re in, you will always be able to find retail outlets. 112 Katong is a newly-built shopping mall that features a boutique stores, a Raffles Medical Centre, NTUC Pharmacy in addition to around 30 restaurants and bars. At East Coast Park, you’ll discover Parkway Parade- a large complex with a number of well-known international brands.
Some of Singapore’s most historic locations are situated in East Coast, which renders the district with a unique sense of past and present. Joo Chiat was designated as a conservation district in 1993, ensuring that the stunning architecture of the area will be preserved for posterity. Changi Chapel and Museum is one of the most poignant places to visit in the country, and is a tribute to those who died in World War Two.
Singapore has one of the most efficient public transport systems in the world. The East Coast of Singapore has easy access to three expressways: ECP, PIE and TPE. This means that travel to almost anywhere on the island is straightforward, and the run into the CBD on the ECP is relatively quick and easy. The East-West line runs through much of the East Coast area and is a proficient way of navigating the city.
Furthermore, Singapore’s bus service is an effective way of traversing the city. Although it is possible to hire a car, it is not recommended due to the excellence of the public transport system.