Exuding an air of Gothic elegance, this former convent's history dates back to 1890. It accommodates Singapore's oldest ... More
Exuding an air of Gothic elegance, this former convent's history dates back to 1890. It accommodates Singapore's oldest free-standing house (the Caldwell House), whose lawns, courtyards, sunken forecourt and water features make Chijmes a rustic version of London's Covent Garden. Marvel at the delicate wall murals, stained glass and plasterwork of the Gothic Chapel. Five and a half years of painstaking restoration has created a shoppers' and diners' paradise. A broad selection of unique art pieces, gifts and souvenirs are available at the specialty retail outlets, while the cafes and restaurants offer diverse cuisine in an aesthetically pleasing setting.
The Singapore River has seen 150 years of commercial activity and has been at the heart of the growth of
an obscure fishing village to a great seaport and metropolis. A 30 minute ride on a low slung bum ...
Facing the Singapore Recreation Club at the southwestern end of a long open field, The Padang , Singapore's second oldest
surviving social club. Founded in 1852, the Singapore Cricket Club carries a nostalgic colonial charm with its brown tiled ...
South east Asia's first philatelic museum was opened in 1995 and holds an extensive collection of local and international stamps
dating back to the 19th century. Anything related to stamps can be found here like first day covers, artwork, ...