The lifestyle of an expatriate determine where he would like to live. Also, the distance from the work place, the family, accessibilities and priorities are other considerations. There are 28 districts in Singapore which are categorised in to Central, East, West, North and South.

It is a tiresome task to hunt for an appealing Singapore property. You want a location with good food, malls, plenty of culture, scenic areas. The sites below get you started on your search:


Orchard has so many outdoor locations despite being a quiet place. Many facilities are within reach in this leafy scene. Its position is central although the prices are slightly higher than other areas. There is an overabundance of shopping malls and this area is a buzz of activities. There are several restaurants, cinemas, hotels and beauty services

Holland Village

Holland Village has a great atmosphere, plenty of restaurants and other facilities. There is a shopping centre that has jewellery and fashion. There are many cafés, hawker centres, health and beauty outlets, restaurants and bars.


Novena is easily reachable through the Pan-Island Expressway. It is close to the city centre and the MRT with a great array of houses. You also find high-rise condos in this area. This area is lively and has restaurants, shops and seafood joints.

Robertson Quay and Mohammed Sultan Road

Robertson Quay and Mohammed Sultan Road is appealing to single Singapore expats who prefer the city life. There are restaurants, bars and a vibrant nightlife. There are massive residential areas on Mohammed Sultan. You further find condos in Singapore’s Robertson Quay that face the river.


Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

This area is convenient and has a great public transport system. The Canadian International School Is also close, and so are a number of condos in Singapore and detached houses. There are a number of shopping malls and bird parks.


There are many fashionable houses that are along the beach in Sentosa. There are also facilities such as a golf course, outstanding restaurants and countless entertaining activities. It also has one of the prime malls in Singapore-Vivo City.

Faber Park

Faber Park has spacious housing and a huge number of Singapore expats. It is a friendly neighbourhood which is accessible. There are parks in this area and an excellent sea view. Schools such as the Tanglin Trust School, UWC, Dover Court and ISS are in the area.



Woodlands has expansive housing that is also affordable. It is close to the Singapore American School and has a suburban feel. There are malls, cinemas and restaurants in this area.



Thomson Road has very nice parks and gardens. The houses are progressively cheaper towards the north and have huge spaces. Access to this location is through the Central Expressway.


Braddell has alluring family houses that also have gardens. It neighbours the Australian International School and the French School of Singapore.


Serangoon is a quite area that has airy condos. It has an excellent public transport system like the Serangoon Bus Interchange and the Serangoon MRT station. It also has a number of good restaurants and has quick access to other parts of the island.


East Coast

Expats have been residents of the East Coast area for a long time. This location has roomy yet cheap condos in Singapore. There are many entertainment facilities, innumerable seafood restaurants and an invigorating sea breeze. It is close to Changi Airport and is easily served though the ECP and PIE motorways.


Katong allows Singapore expats to blend with the locals. It is a bright neighbourhood that has shop houses, intriguing shops, karaoke bars and local hawker stalls. There are other facilities at the East-point Mall and Parkway Parade shopping centre.



Seletar has a wide selection of housing in this area. You also find houses with gardens here. This area is made-up of Upper Thomson locations such as the Lower Seletar Reservoir. It is also close to the American School and Seletar Airport, where you find chartered flights.