Attractions Nearby

You will be amazed by our hotel’s prime location as major tourist attractions and the office buildings this resource discusses custom writing essay book reviews and how to write them. within CBD area are easily reachable from the hotel, with public transport such as buses, MRTs, and taxis accessible from the main entrance. As it is in the heart of Chinatown, many  gift shops, travel agents, dining spots and watering holes are a stone’s throw away.

Ann Sian Hill & Park

Ann Siang Hill is on a small hill with a park. It’s a lovely place to rest your soul and purge your mind while discovering variety of chic restaurants and eateries.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum is a Buddhist temple which is located 5 to 7 minutes away from the hotel and opposite of the Maxwell Food Centre.

China Square Central

China Square Central is a modern office tower which comes with rows of traditional shop houses refurnished and converted into offices, shops, and restaurants.

Clarke Quay & Boat Quay

Clarke Quay & Boat Quay is Singapore’s choice dining and entertainment destination, located along the Singapore River. Clarke Quay is a colourful kaleidoscope of buildings housing antiques, restaurants, hip cafes, jazz clubs and one of the best nightlife spots in Singapore. Whilst Boat Quay offers a romantic al-fresco dining experience along the quay and more.

Club Street

Club Street is a street located in Chinatown where you will find trendy dining spots and watering hole.

Duxton Hill

Duxton Hill is a small hill located in TanjongPagar area with over 60 pubs, lounges, karaoke bars and more than enough choices for entertainment.

Marina Bay Financial Centre

The Marina Bay Financial Centre is a latest mixed-use development located along Marina Boulevard and Central Boulevard at Marina Bay. It consists of three office towers, two residential towers and retail space at Marina Bay Link Mall.

Masjid Jamae Mosque

Masjid Jamae is one of the earliest mosques in Singapore, and is located within walking distance from the hotel.

myCK Department Store @ Chinatown Complex

It is a departmental store which offers bargained price goods and Chinese products.

Pagoda Street & Sago Lane

Pagoda Street and Sago Lane are the best placewhere you can find and bring home souvenirs for your friends & families.

Pearl Centre

Pearls Centre is one of the shopping malls in Chinatown which offers extensive ranges of conventional products such as electrical and electronic goods, luggage, textiles to bargain-priced clothes and cosmetics. You can also find the travel agents who will assist you with inbound & outbound trips.

People’s Park Centre

People’s Park Complex is one of the shopping malls in Chinatown which hosts money changer, conventional goods stores, massage, spa, nail salon…etc and food centre at basement 1.You will also find the tour services which offer packages tours and ticketing services.

People’s Park Complex

People’s Park Complex is one of the shopping malls in Chinatown which hosts a galore of conventional product stores and food centre.You will also find bunch of travel agents which can assist with your next destination.

Raffles Place

Raffles Place is a prime location within the Central Business District contains financial and commercial buildings. It features some of the tallest buildings and landmarks of the country.

Singapore General Hospital

It is Singapore's first general hospital and also its oldest and largest hospital which is located 1.2km away from our hotel.

Sri Mariamman Temple

The Sri Mariamman Temple is Singapore's oldest Hindu temple. It is an impressive structure in Chinatown.

Tanjong Pagar

Tanjong Pagar is a prime location within the Central Business District contains financial and commercial buildings.

Thian Hock Keng Temple

Thian Hock Keng is one of the oldest and most important Hokkien temples in Singapore. It was visited by Chinese immigrants giving thanks to Ma Zu (Goddess of the Sea) for their safe voyage.

Yue Hwa Building

Yue Hwa Building provides one stop shopping for fine products from China.

Travel Tips around Chinatown

  • Wake up & enjoy the local delights at Hong Lim Complex, People’s Park Centre,Maxwell Foodcourt and Chinatown Point Mall for well-known F&B outlets.
  • Take a leisurely stroll through the narrow lanes (five-foot ways) of the Chinatown district, which exudes old world charm amidst the traditional architecture.
  • Ethic Chinese cuisine is best represented in the Chinatown area.
  • Enjoy a steaming bowl of dumplings in the comfort of air-conditioned restaurants or dine alfresco-style in one of the many street side cafes.
  • Enjoying the Chinatown Traditional Cultural Heritage Colorful shop houses and buildings whilst making use of the FreeWiFi service.