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Where Is Singapore’s Most Expat-Friendly Residential District?

Sat by the calm riverside, Robertson Quay is home to tons of quaint cafes, haunts for culture buffs and adrenaline junkies alike, and more.

So imagine this: waking up on a lazy Sunday morning, taking a slow stroll down to your favourite coffee spot for a laid back Sunday brunch.

See also: A Day Out: 10 Reasons Why Fellow Expats Love Singapore’s Robertson Quay

Here are 3 other reasons why Robertson Quay is one of Singapore’s most expat-friendly residential areas.

 

1. Prime location

Major destinations like the Marina Bay Financial District, Sentosa Island, Changi Airport and the Orchard Road shopping stretch are only a short drive away.

It’s no secret that Clarke Quay is one of Singapore’s trendiest hubs for dining and nightlife – and it’s only a seven-minute walk away from the Residence. Nip down after a hard day’s work for a good meal or a round of drinks with your friends.

Rest assured: If you stay at Robertson Quay, you’ll be making the most of your time in Singapore.

 

2. Attentive service

Enter Village Residence Robertson Quay, serviced apartments in the heart of the area.

Begin your work day with a light continental breakfast before you hop on the free weekday morning shuttle service that loops around Raffles Places, the DBS Building, Temasek Tower, Suntec City and City Hall. It’s perfect if you work in the Central Business District (CBD).

No time for chores? Not to worry! The Residence provides a thrice-weekly housekeeping service for your cleaning needs.

 

3. Best Value

Each of the 71 units at Village Residence Robertson Quay – ranging from studio units to three-bedroom suites – is designed to keep your family comfortable and content.

Cook a sumptuous meal in the fully equipped kitchen and then adjourn to the spacious living room to enjoy the Residence’s complimentary wifi and cable television offerings.

There is also ample room for your whole family to sleep in comfort, as two of the rooms in the three-bedroom suite come with a double bed, and the other is fitted with two single beds.

Start weekends right with a dip in the swimming or wading pools on the second floor of the Residence or enjoy a relaxing soak in the outdoor Jacuzzi. You don’t have to travel far to get in shape either – a fully equipped gymnasium means you can work on your strength with weightlifting or get your heart rate up with some cardio on the various exercise machines.

Thinking of organising a little get-together? Be sure to book the barbecue pits around the Residence for an evening of chargrilled fun.

 

By The Finder, July 2016

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