Singapore – A Piece of Singapore’s Heritage at The Fullerton Hotel

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The magnificent Fullerton Building is a grand neoclassical landmark built in 1928. Gazetted in December 2015 as a National Monument, it was once home to Singapore’s General Post Office, the Exchange Room and Exchange Reference Library, and the prestigious Singapore Club. For nearly a century, it has played a pivotal role in Singapore’s rich history. Today, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore has been transformed into a stunning 400-room heritage hotel in Singapore.

 

Historic architectural rooms such as The Straits Club Heritage Rooms are unique range of rooms that reflect the distinctive character of this building. With some rooms featuring historic architectural cornices and original motifs, you will experience a piece of history.

 

Enjoy Afternoon Tea with unlimited replenishment of your tiered contents, and free-flowing coffee or tea under the sunlit atrium of The Courtyard.

 

 

 

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