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Situated along Singapore’s Technology Corridor, the Singapore Science Park 1 & 2 are amongst Asia’s most prestigious addresses for R&D and technology development. The development is characterised by its uniquely landscaped grounds, low-rise buildings and convenient location, just 15 minutes' drive to Singapore’s CBD. The close proximity to key research and tertiary institutions, national agencies, public research institutions and Singapore’s technology start-up community, makes Singapore Science Park an ideal location for technology companies to set up their operations.

The park is also part of the vibrant Greater one-north community together with notable neighbours including the National University of Singapore (NUS), National University Hospital (NUH) and the one-north development. Major redevelopments have been made to Science Park 1 & 2 to meet the evolving needs of customers like Avaya, Thomson Reuters, DNV, Defence Science Organisation National Laboratories, Defence Science and Technology Agency, Quintiles, Shimadzu, TÜV SÜD PSB, AT&T, FJ Benjamin, Institute of Microelectronics, Crimson Logic, ids Medical, etc. With the opening of the Kent Ridge and Haw Par Villa MRT Stations on the Circle Line, accessibility to the park has been greatly enhanced.



Singapore Science Park is an iconic lush urban campus, a much sought after business space, where a strong vibrant community thrives. It is a melting pot of Start-ups, MNCs and Regional HQs, where talents connect and collaborate with one another and with the larger communities in Greater one-north.

Singapore Science Park’s logo is an expression of our identity and is derived from the Singapore dot, interpreted in the structure of an atom denoting discovery, science, innovation and dynamism. The three ovals that construct our identity represent partnership, diversity and connectivity. The layers are brought together as a dynamic identity that reflects different facets of the park.

Singapore Science Park is a member of International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP), which is a worldwide network comprising close to 400 members in 70 countries. IASP serves as a platform for professionals managing science, technology and research parks to connect, collaborate and exchange ideas. To find out more, please click here

Ascendas-Singbridge is Asia’s leading provider of sustainable urban solutions. With the combined capabilities of Ascendas and Singbridge, Ascendas-Singbridge is uniquely placed to undertake urbanisation projects spanning townships, mixed-use developments and business/industrial parks. Ascendas-Singbridge has projects across 28 cities in Asia, many of which are in collaboration with local authorities and partners with complementary capabilities. For more details, please click here