Working in Singapore

Sixty-three islands make up the modern, buzzing and ever-evolving city of Singapore. It sits within the pharmaceutical hub that is Asia and perfectly combines the historic and the modern.

Costello Medical launched its Singapore office in 2014, marking the start of its global expansion and wider support for clients in the Asia-Pacific region. This office is now home to over 20 colleagues.

Key Features

  • 2,345ft2 of open plan working space with 5 private meeting rooms and communal working spaces for meetings
  • Communal kitchen used for socialising during both lunchtimes and social events
  • Situated on the 23rd floor of a high-rise building, the offices provide stunning views of Singapore and the nearby coastline
  • Fully stocked kitchen with complimentary drinks and biscuits
  • Situated within the business district of Chinatown, the office is connected to the Chinatown MRT Station
  • Step-free access throughout with lift access, access to disabled toilets, adjustable workstations and more

Why Singapore?

Transport
  • Public transport in Singapore is well connected with the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) system and extensive bus network making it possible to travel around the city with ease
  • However, if you prefer to travel under your own steam, Singapore has numerous well-connected cycle paths and apps including SG Bike for renting bicycles
Housing and Accommodation
  • Thanks to an innovative public housing project, Singapore is full of housing communities with excellent transport links to the centre of the city
  • The Housing and Development Board in the country have also built a vast number of affordable houses to suit a variety of budgets
Dining
  • Singapore is a world-renowned city for foodies and is home to a vast number of fine dining and street food establishments; its diversity and culture give rise to a vibrant, international food scene
  • This city is also home to the world’s cheapest Michelin star meal at Liao Fan’s food stall
Entertainment
  • Singapore is home to a vast number of events and festivals to suit all tastes, including the Chinese New Year festival, Formula 1 races, the Singapore Food Festival, the celebrations for Deepavali and many more
  • There are also numerous events for art and culture lovers, including the Singapore Night Festival, Singapore International Festival of Art, the Mid-Autumn Festival and Baybeats taking place every year

Things to Do in Singapore

If you are visiting Singapore for the first time to attend an interview at the Costello Medical offices or are thinking about relocating, we highly recommend that you take some time to explore this world-renowned city.