The best in the west
Singapore has long been a hub for trade and business in the Asia-Pacific region. While the Central Business District (CBD) remains a key meeting point, more and more global businesses are starting to base themselves in the west of the island.
HR leaders, in turn, are also seeking out business-focused accommodation and serviced apartments close to hubs like, one-north, International Business Park and Mapletree Business City.
The newly-opened Oasia Residence, Singapore by Far East Hospitality, is one such serviced apartment, located close to the heart of this new international business scene in Singapore. With a brand focus on traveller wellness, Oasia Residence is a new, exciting choice for HR professionals looking to house their international colleagues on both short and long-term visits.
Oasia Residence, Singapore is integrated into the Seahill residential development, located on the fringe of Singapore’s bustling science and technology cluster, with the National University of Singapore campus just three minutes away. It provides the perfect base for business travellers who work in the education and technology sectors in particular, but is also within 15 minutes of the Mapletree Business Centre. This integrated commercial district is home of some of the largest and most innovative employers in the world, from FMCG giants to technology and even finance sector leaders.
What’s more, the 140-apartment property is just a 20-minute taxi ride to the CBD and financial district. The Orchard Road shopping belt is only a 20-minute drive away, and even Changi International Airport can be reached in just 30 minutes.
Time and space to relax
Singapore’s burgeoning west coast district also offers visitors a unique, new side of Singapore. This “heartland” region of the island state has a wide range of recreation facilities, hospitality venues, and also retail therapy. The West Coast Plaza is just a 10-minute walk from Oasia Residence, Singapore, as is the Clementi Wet Market and Food Centre, a favourite hawker food centre among locals.
Residents of this area’s newest serviced apartment can also simply cross the road to West Coast Park, home to a wide range of beachside activities and the Republic of Singapore Yacht Club. Local HR professionals will know the sprawling greenery is a favoured place for relaxing strolls and reinvigorating sea breezes.
Of course, there is also plenty to do right at home for international visitors. With its wellness focus, and three pillars of Refresh, Recharge, and Refuel, Oasia Residence offers its guests everything from swimming pools and a rooftop tennis court, to a dedicated spa and massage pavilion for recharging at the end of a long day.
The outdoor function deck, complete with barbecue pits, make this an ideal venue for refuelling and entertaining friends or colleagues. Alternatively, each residence is fitted with a fully-equipped kitchenette, making it exceptionally easy for travellers to put together a home-cooked meal for one, two, or more.
When it comes time to refresh, Oasia Residence also has guests well covered. Each apartment, whether it is a studio or a two-bedroom suite, features cable television, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a dedicated mobile device with free local calls and smartphone functionalities. All this, combined with the hassle-free convenience of serviced apartments, means every guest is able to focus on exactly what they came to Singapore to do – business.
Oasia Residence, 123 West Coast Crescent, Singapore 126779, p. 6428 8600