Our wide-ranging real estate guide showcases the best of luxury real estate in Singapore – one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Asia – which continues to grow year on year, offering an enthralling experience of art, culture and nightlife.
Several Singapore real estate properties on our list are in conjunction with high-end luxury hotel brands, such as The Ritz-Carlton Residences, The Residences at W Singapore and The St. Regis.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Singapore were the first freehold Ritz-Carlton Residence properties in Asia, underpinning Singapore’s position within the luxury real estate market. Located just five minutes from Orchard Road, Singapore’s premier shopping district, the 56 residences and two penthouses provide a new standard of luxury living. They boast an exceptional array of amenities, including 24-hour security, concierge and housekeeping services, pool, sauna/steam room, secure parking and more.
The Residences at The St. Regis Singapore span 23 storeys and offer a full range of deluxe facilities, such as a gym, pool, kids’ club, valet parking, sauna/steam room, housekeeping services and more. Conveniently, this development is also located within a short distance of Orchard Road.
All luxury real estate properties have been compiled and scored based on a variety of factors. Using data from WealthInsight and Knight Frank allowed us to consider 19 different attributes, including the current UHNW population, UHNW population projections for 2023, the importance of location currently, the economic activity of the location, the price change of luxury real estate within the past year, price per square foot and quality of life.
We have also carried out our own independent research on amenities and services which comprises 55 per cent of the overall score of each property. Some of the amenities which have been considered include secure parking, valet parking, pool, gym/health club, 24-hour security, cinema/media room, sauna/steam room, housekeeping services and on-site restaurants.
Doug Gollan, Editor-in-Chief of Elite Traveler said: “While the popular press coverage of Asian wealth starts and ends at China, the fact is Thailand, Indonesia, India and Malaysia are regional tigers and Singapore is a favored location to meet, shop and do business. It is the regional center for private banking, and its entry into gaming has made it a popular leisure market. The growth of its mega-yacht show underscores its popularity with UHNWs.”