The only "student" districts are university-owned hostels on the campuses of NUS and NTU. But as you are not student of those unis, you don't have access.hellosingap wrote:I wonder if you could all give me advice on where students in their 20s find housing in Singapour, what are the "student" districts.
3-bedroom condos for S$3000-4000 rent/month are very common (minimum rental period is usually one year, though). Since you and 3 friends are 4 people, two would have to share a room. 4-bedroom appartments are not so common.hellosingap wrote:My work is on Victoria Street. I was thinking that a shared condo appartment would be nice, knowing that our budget all in all is around 4 000 Singapore Dollars: is it realistic?.
Victoria Street is very central and almost nobody lives around there. Little India is noisy and raucous, also not recommended for living.hellosingap wrote:Would you mind advising me on what districts are dynamic? What metro stations are not so far away from victoria street?
I heard Little India was good and only 15 min away in metro from the National Librairy Building. What do you think?
Do you have a personal favorite student condo?
Does the Water Place condo or Simsville condo sound familiar as sympathetic student condos?
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