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Singapore All Short Term Lets

For expats planning to move to Singapore even for a short term, deciding where to stay can be a very harrowing experience as one has consider a lot of things from deciding on the neighbourhoods to schools for kids to super marts and not to mention looking for a place to stay. And it is right here that Singapore short term lets comes into the fray.

For those moving to Singapore for either long term or short term duration, renting a furnished service apartment makes more sense than going for a normal unfurnished apartment more so if you are not aware of the duration of your stay. So, where do you go about searching for an accommodation in Singapore?

A small city state of 712, Singapore is divided into 28 districts which are further grouped into 5 main areas-East, West, North, South and central excluding the main city centre or CBD. Each of these areas has their own uniqueness and you can decide for yourself where you want to stay as per your own preferences.

East Singapore

Not far from the main city centre, East Singapore is a picturesque district characterised by parks, gardens and a long coastline that makes it a favourable place to stay. Here one can seek out Short term lets in the form of Condominiums and traditional bungalows in and around the areas of Marine Parade, Psir Ris, Bedok, Tampines and Changi. Considerable cheaper than the holiday rentals from the main city centre, this neighbourhood is perfect for families and young people.

West Singapore

Holland Village is a popular suburb here as also the neighbourhoods of Bukit Batok, Clementi, Upper Bukit Timah, Jurong, and Tuas. The district is known for having one of the best schools for children – the Tanglin School where many children from the expat community study besides several well known restaurants, bars and shopping centres. Popular city attractions are Jurong Bird Park and the Singapore Science Centre is located here.

North Singapore

Lush with greenery, golf courses and reservoirs like the MacRitchie Reservoir, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and the Singapore Zoo, North Singapore and its areas of Woodgrove, Woodlands, Sembawang and Seletar are hugely popular with the American expat community thanks to the presence of the Singapore American School. Here one can rent out holiday homes with a garden or a yard. However, what ails North Singapore is its distance from the main city centre though it is relatively close to Malaysia thanks the causeway bridge that connects the two countries.

Central Singapore

The districts of Serangoon, Bishan, Ang Mo Kio and Thomson in central Singapore are where you will find a sizeable number of Australian and New Zealand expats. Relatively quieter than the other districts, the rent of a holiday apartment at Bishan and Thomson is on the higher side compared to those in Ang Mo Kio.

South Singapore

South Singapore is where one will find largest container terminal of the world. The neighbourhood is generally preferred by those working in the shipping lines and as such is not very popular with the expats. South Singapore also acts the Gateway to Sentosa and is home to Vivo-city, one of the city's largest shopping malls.

City Centre/CBD

The main business district, the apartments in CBD and the nearby areas of Raffles Place, Clarke Quay, Marina Bay and Robertson Quay are perfect for the business executives. Rents of short lets in these areas are considerably higher than rest of Singapore of account of the area being the main hub of all shopping, entertainment and restaurant venues.

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