18 February 2019 Julie Ng

9 Unique Event Spaces in Singapore

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Singapore is brimming with events and interesting spaces, which is why it might be challenging for your business to stand out with your corporate event or product launch. We discovered these unique event spaces that are each wildly distinct in personality and vibe. Make friends, meet partners, and may you have an unforgettable evening! 

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Casa Gessi is for the luxurious and wild soul. What used to be one of the few remaining Victorian mansions is now an event space with high concept interior design. The space isn’t afraid to take a bold stand when it comes to appearance, converting rooms and bathrooms to what looks like art installations. Some rooms are pristine, some avant-garde, while some are literally jungles with lust tropical foliage thriving from the ceilings. 

Capacity: 30 pax seating, 150 pax standing.

Address: 165 Penang Rd, Singapore 238461

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Choosing a highly accessible space can make or break your event. Workcentral is located in Singapore’s impressive, world-class Orchard Road where lifestyle, food, and fun merge. Workcentral has the roomy and lively interiors for any corporate gathering or workshop without being too intimidating. Gone are the days of having a talk in a cold theater setting that ends with brief handshakes and simple card exchanges. Upgrade your talks into an event/party, where friendships, partnerships, and networks are formed.

Capacity: 40pax

Address: #06-01 Singapore Shopping Centre, 190 Clemenceau Ave, Singapore 239924

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If you're looking to hold an intimate event in an interesting neighborhood, Selfstrology is the perfect place. This event venue in Singapore can be found nestled in a well conserved heritage building in Kampong Glam which is a colorful community abundant in culture and heritage. More than just a space, Selfstrology also focuses on personal improvement and wellness by frequently holding classes like public speaking, yoga, pilates, and astrology. Right outside is a street lined with diverse restaurants, boutiques, and palm trees with the Iconic Sultan Mosque in picturesque view. The area is just minutes walk from Bugis MRT or Nicoll Highway MRT stations.

Capacity: 10-15 pax private gathering, 50 pax theater seats

Address: 15 Bussorah St, Singapore 199436

Read also: 6 Unique Venues You Should Consider for Your Upcoming Event

If you need a cozy space for any event need, perhaps ARWSome space has just the thing for you. Their vibrant yet comfortable design makes a great place for any training, workshop, standing party, and anything in between. With the location in Genting Centre, you can expect hotels and food options surrounding your event, so all of you can go out after a productive afternoon.

Capacity: 200 pax

Address: 3 Lim Teck Kim Rd, Singapore 088934


Picotin Bistro is a laid-back, semi-outdoor setting with a panoramic view of the golf course and a large seating capacity. This relaxing venue is great for hosting birthday parties, corporate retreats, and rustic wedding/engagement receptions. Picotin Bistro is a kid-friendly venue as they have a kiddie menu and a mini golf course.

Capacity: up to 250 pax

Address: 60 Fairways Dr, Singapore 286966

the co

Host your event at this calming, airy space abundant in natural light. The Co is a trendy space built like a cafe where you can lounge and have good conversations that, who knows, may lead to a great partnership or friendship. This space finds home in a heritage building located in Duxton - a vibrant neighborhood abundant in restaurants, bars, shopping, and entertainment options.

Capacity: 30 pax seated, 50 pax standing

Address: 99 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089543 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089543

Read also: How to Choose the Right Size Venue for Your Event

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The Great Room looks like a mix of a luxury hotel and executive office with a warm and rich color palette contrasted by jewel tone accents. This “modern Mad Men’s lair” has retro class with 21st century gloss, designed to evoke a feeling of success. The Great Room is just a few minutes walk from the following MRT stations: Raffles Place, Telok Ayer, Clarke Quay.

Capacity: 50 pax seating, 150 pax standing

Address: One George Street #10-01 Singapore 049145

Bigwork Event Venue

Known as the first ever Southeast Asian coworking space, Bigwork is a professional venue with the playful color accents à la Google. With the spirit of work and innovation, this could make a fantastic event venue for your big launch, talk, or networking evening. Unique amenities include an on-site cafe and restaurant, Skype rooms, chill-out areas, and child/infant care services for working parents. A membership even gets you a free access pass to the gym in the same building!

Capacity: 60 pax seating, 150 pax standing.

Address: #01-01, 30 Prinsep St, Singapore 188647

JustCo is not only the poster-child for the hip coworking space, they also have a corporate event venue for networking events and launching your business. Their high ceilings, broad open-concept floor space, and amazing window view gives this space an expansive feel. On top of the impressive design, the space is also located in Robinson Road within Singapore’s Central Business District, in close proximity to major rail and bus stations.

Capacity: 80 pax

Address: 120 Robinson Road, #15-01, Singapore 068913

Don’t hesitate to contact our Space Experts if you have any questions! They can help you find the perfect event venue for corporate events to birthdays and even weddings. 

Searching for an event venue in Singapore?  Get in touch with our on-the-ground Space Experts today to start your search. 

This post was originally published June 23, 2017 and has since between updated for relevancy and accuracy


Tags: Singapore, Event Venue, Southeast Asia, Event Space, function room, flexible workspaces

Julie Ng

Julie loves creating. From carefully crafted designs and artworks to spirited articles, she uses her skills to drive new interest to the ever-changing workspace industry.

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