Ascott Raffles Place Singapore is housed within a restored 1950s heritage
structure, that was once the tallest building in South East Asia, and
features an Art Deco facade - a striking juxtaposition set against the
modern Singaporean skyline.
Nestled in the heart of the Central Business District, the serviced residence
is closely connected to an array of business, cultural and entertainment
attractions. Find yourself located immediately in a bustling, fast-paced
business hub by day, and a vibrant nightlife spot once the sun sets.
If you are looking for iconic Singaporean monuments, the Merlion Park is a
short stroll away from the residence. The park features the mythical
symbol, a fish and lion hybrid that has gained international recognition as
one of the city’s unofficial mascots.
Take a leisurely bumboat ride down the Singapore River, and cruise by
other well-known destinations such as Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and
Robertson Quay. Or visit the Singapore Flyer, a 165-metre tall rotating
wheel of glass pods that offer panoramic views of the city.