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Welcome to Tee Up Capital Pte Ltd, a dormitory for multi-national workers founded in 2006 located at 8 Seletar North Link. We are more than just a place to stay - we are a dedicated team focused on enhancing resident's experiences during their stay with us.

With our Resident Engagement Team (RET), there will be events for our residents from cultural activities to sports. The RET will also provide assistance for the living conditions of the dormitory rooms and aims to foster a sense of belonging and support. We understand that being away from home can be challenging, so our team is always available to help and address any concerns.

Tee Up Capital Pte Ltd offers a secure environment for recreational and personal development, with modern amenities, welcoming surroundings, and a strong emphasis on cleanliness and safety. We embrace diversity and strive to make every resident's stay a memorable journey.


Enhancing Residents' Stay With Our Facilities.

Multi-Purpose Hall (MPH)

Enjoy a nice movie, play board games or just simply unwind in our relaxing MPH after work or on rest days.


For residents who have a passion for playing sports, they can choose to play a variety of sports such as cricket or futsal.


With our in-house barber shop, residents can get a fresh haircut at reasonable price.


With our state of the art gym equipment, residents can keep an active lifestyle and stay fit.


Our canteen provides a range of nutritious and attractively priced food and drinks to enjoy a hearty meal.


Convenient in-house laundry service: expert care for residents' laundry or self-serve with coin-operated machines.

Dormitory Management

Dormitory Association Of Singapore Limited (DASL) From 2015 to 2017 and 2019 to 2023

Tee Up’s General Manager/Director, Kelvin Low, has also served as the Secretary-General of DASL. DASL’s main aim is to be the aggregator of better standards for dormitory housing and living. It works closely with government agencies and other stakeholders to achieve this goal.

Kelvin has been at the forefront of Singapore’s fight against the spread of Covid-19 in migrant worker dormitories. He has assisted many ministries and government agencies with developing and managing temporary dormitories in Singapore.

Helping Our Nation Recover

As part of his role as the Secretary-General of DASL, Kelvin has been called upon by various ministries and agencies to help in the management of the Covid-19 situation in Singapore. He has played a critical role in the development and management of these temporary care and dormitory facilities during the pandemic.

Our History


Tee Up received its first dormitory management contract from 2006 to 2015, a 3,650-worker dormitory.


Tee Up took on the 800-worker dormitory at Changi Lodge 3 from 2010 to 2015.


A FEDA-licensed dormitory awarded by BCA under a Build, Manage and Operate Model that is home to some 4,000 residents.

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