Abstract：Singapore has established an urban mixed-use administration system consisting of policy instruments at multiple levels including
the city-state level, the neighbourhood level and the individual development project level. At the city-state level, Singapore adopted
the principle of "job-housing balance" and the spatial patterns of "multi-tiered service system" as its major planning strategy. At the
neighbourhood level, six instruments divided into regulatory, incentive and comprehensive categories were adopted in the landuse
zoning and development control. The instrument of "vertical mixed-use" was also widely used at the individual development
project level. Based on the review of Singapore’s policy instruments, this paper also provides policy advocacies for future mixed-use
administrations in Chinese megacities.