TASTE THE LOCAL LIFE AT THE
UNIQUE AND CONTEMPORARY
BASE RESIDENCES LOCATED
@ 31 HONGKONG STREET
Welcome to BASE, an authentic, urban lifestyle statement for the modern traveller.
We have transformed an iconic shophouse into an ideal home BASE in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District.
Learn more about the visionaries of BASE.
Blending the best of tradition with vision, vibrancy and home comfort, BASE Residences places you precisely in the right spot for both a quality night’s sleep and easy access to Singapore’s most sought after locations: the Central Business District, the city’s trendiest dining & nightlife areas and famous tourist destinations.
ONE SIZE FITS ALL
Our residences are suitable for families, friends, couples & solo guests. BASE is comprised of 1 and 2 bedroom residences that blend function with style.
The fully-furnished residences are a harmonious blend of industrialchic and understated luxury. They offer premium comforts including smart tech features and 5-star bedding to keep you both connected and well rested during your stay.
The unique shophouse foundation of BASE provides a memorable and uniquely Singaporean city-stay. Community curated partnerships allow you to discover some of the best that the ‘Little Red Dot’ has to offer.
A competitive, all-inclusive pricing model means that you get modern comfort and convenience without long-term contracts or hidden costs. BASE delivers a ready made home without a fixed commitment.
Igloo Keyless Entry – A unique PIN entry code will be provided prior to arrival allowing access regardless of time of arrival
High-speed fibre broadband & WiFi
49” Samsung Smart TV
Bluetooth speaker system
24 Hour CCTV
ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED
Once an outpost for traders, Hongkong Street is today an established location within the Central Business District.
It is home to Singapore’s most notable cafes, bars and restaurants including two restaurants with Michelin stars and a bar consistently ranked amongst Asia’s 50 Best Bars.
BASE Residences puts Singapore at your doorstep, providing the ideal
live, work and play environment.
Within a 5-minute walk
* Transit: Clarke Quay MRT – NEL
* Work: One George Street & OCBC Centre
* Play: Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, Hong Lim Park and an abundance of local food establishments
Within a 10-minute walk
* Transit: Raffles Place MRT – EWL/NSL; Telok Ayer MRT – DTL; Chinatown MRT – DTL/NEL
* Work: Raffles Place, UOB Plazas, Chevron House, Ocean Financial Center, Maybank Tower, Capital Green
* See: Asian Civilizations Museum, Victoria Theatre, National Gallery, Fort Canning Park, Chinatown
* Play: Amoy Street/Telok Ayer/ Club Street Food & Beverage Enclave, One Raffles Place, The Fullerton Heritage
Within a 20-minute walk
* Transit: Shenton Way MRT – TEL
* Work: OUE Downtown, Asia Square, Marina Bay Financial Center, Capital Tower
* See: The Merlion, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, National Museum, National Library
* Play: Tanjong Pagar Road/Duxton Hill/Keong Saik Food & Beverage Enclave, Robertson Quay, Chijmes, Capitol Piazza
We are an all-inclusive, design-led and value-driven solution for modern city living.
KITCHEN | LIVING
* Washer & dryer
* Kitchenette (induction stove, refrigerator/freezer and cooking utensils)
* Coffee machine
* Water filtration system
* Coffee & tea
* Simmons Hospitality Collection queen mattress
* 450TH Premium bed linens
* Closet with hangers
* Disposable slippers
* Iron & board
* Safe lock box
* Laptop friendly workspaces
* Rain shower
* Premium quality towels
* Ashley & Co. toiletries
* Weight scale
* Bath robe
* Housekeeping twice a week
* Linen change twice a week
TIPS FOR ‘LIVING LOCAL’
There’s absolutely no shame to indulge in a hearty breakfast which could be a bowl of noodles in spicy coconut soup (“laksa”) or coconut rice with a spicy sauce and anchovies (“nasi lemak”), available at the nearest hawker centre, Hong Lim Food Center. In fact, laksa and nasi lemak are typically eaten for breakfast in Singapore
Singapore is a young country that has accomplished much over its 52 years since independence. To understand more about how we did it, head over to the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s (“URA”) permanent exhibition on the second floor, for an informative and interactive experience that will provide a new perspective on urban planning
Singapore is a tiny country that is entirely walkable if you have the time. But don’t! Located along the equator, Singapore is hot and humid the whole year round, so plan your walking routes with multiple air-conditioned pit stops in between. If not, the local public transport is a vast system of efficient buses and trains that can bring you to your destination in little time
Studied around the world, our unofficial national language, “Singlish,” is a melting pot of all languages and dialects spoken here. Understanding it will give an important insight into our history as a multicultural society since independence in 1965
Skip the Singapore Sling. Most Singaporeans have never had it or know what is even in it. But do spend some time in the iconic Raffles Hotel that will be reopened in 2018
When dining out, there is an additional 7% charge for “Goods and Services Tax”, so it is perfectly normal not to tip waiters and waitresses