Despite being land-scarce, Singapore still retains our old heritage buildings, repurposing them into some of the trendiest establishments on the island.
If you are looking to stay or dine somewhere unique when visiting Singapore, choose from our wide range of boutique hotels in conserved heritage shophouses or Rochester Park's restaurants and bars that were formerly colonial residences.
A creative lifestyle hub of restaurants, galleries and spas, Rochester Park lies in a peaceful, greenery-filled neighbourhood that consists of charming colonial-style estate houses that were built more than 50 years ago as homes for British soldiers and their families.
The gorgeously detailed, carefully conserved neo-classical wall carvings of Naumi Liora speak of heritage chic. A warm sanctuary of comfort that combines contemporary design philosophies with existing Chinese elements, this unique hotel offers a stylish and memorable stay in the heart of Chinatown.See reviews at
A left-field and experimental boutique hotel set up to draw curious travellers, Wanderlust is located in the bustling heritage precinct of Little India and was originally an old school built in the 1920s.See reviews at
The Scarlet Singapore
Having undergone a facelift, The Scarlet is a boutique hotel in Chinatown that offers a treat for the senses, with golden, bronze and crimson décor alongside rose-patterned furniture, chandeliers and gilded mirrors.See reviews at