Travelling to Singapore and researching on where to stay? Co-living might be your best bet if you are new to sunny island for work.
Once upon a time, accomodation options for expats were limited to hotels, serviced apartments or traditional room or apartment rental. Of course, those were the days where hopping into a car with a stranger or sharing an office seems beyond imagination.
Thanks to the likes of Grab and WeWork, we have come to an age where living with strangers is a concept where it is becoming widely accepted. This contemporary co-living concept isn’t actually new. People have lived in close-knit communities since the dawn of humankind, and the need for community and affiliation is as important today as it was when we were establishing ourselves as a species.
Co-living, a communal housing concept where people live together and share spaces has become something that millennials are happy to adopt for the following reasons: