Serviced Apartments in Singapore

Singapore’s melting-pot culture, colonial heritage, economic prosperity and collective ambition combine…

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Singapore’s melting-pot culture, colonial heritage, economic prosperity and collective ambition combine to give the city a truly unique flavour. From the colourful facades of Peranakan shophouses and the grandiose neoclassical civil buildings of colonial times, to bold and visionary architectural flourishes such as the lotus-flower-inspired ArtScience Museum, Singapore’s skyline is as eclectic as the nation itself.

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Singapore’s melting-pot culture, colonial heritage, economic prosperity and collective ambition combine to give the city a truly unique flavour. From the colourful facades of Peranakan shophouses and the grandiose neoclassical civil buildings of colonial times, to bold and visionary architectural flourishes such as the lotus-flower-inspired ArtScience Museum, Singapore’s skyline is as eclectic as the nation itself.

A Cultural Capital 

With mouth-watering cuisine, world-class cultural offerings, a fascinating history and soul-stirring natural parks and scenery, Singapore is a richly rewarding destination for travellers

Ask any traveller what they love most about Singapore and they’ll wax lyrical about the dramatic contrasts found on the island. Colourful Peranakan shuttered buildings  nestle at the feet of soaring skyscrapers. World-class museums, architecturally ambitious music venues and impeccably grand art galleries have rainforest as their back garden. Crumbling 19th-century shophouses have been lovingly restored to house vintage boutiques, artisan coffee shops and speakeasy-style cocktail dens.

The warmest of welcomes

Singapore’s fascinating history tells a tale of how a sleepy fishing village transformed into an economic powerhouse and cultural heavyweight. Much of its past is visible in the museums and monumental architecture of the city, but for a deep dive into the backstory it’s well worth taking a walking tour to see the historic highlights. An independent city state since 1965, Singapore is justly proud of its heritage and its people renowned for their kindness, generosity and openness. 

Food comes first

Food is central to Singaporean culture; nothing distresses a Singaporean more than a wasted mealtime. Chilli-spiked crab, fragrant spiced laksa, Hokkien Mee, Nyonya dumplings and biryani; food is truly a Singaporean obsession, and you’ll find it steaming, sizzling and simmering on almost every street corner. In Singapore, eating out is a gloriously democratic affair where everyone will cheerfully name a no-frills hawker centre stall as their favourite place to eat in town. For most locals, life is a quest for the best street-food stall for a specific dish, and every food-loving visitor is welcome to join the hunt. With over a 100 open-air hawker centres and 6,000 stalls selling dishes from various Malay, Indian, Chinese and European culinary traditions, this city is a food lover’s paradise.

An innovative arts scene

If food is the primary national obsession of Singapore, culture comes a close second. By nature, Singaporeans are culturally curious, creatively inclined and collectively supportive of talent and innovation. Accordingly, Singapore has a thriving arts scene that spans outdoor concerts and Broadway shows to local bands and edgy public art. As Sydney has its Opera House, Singapore has the Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, 60,000 square metres of beautifully designed performing arts space including a concert hall seating about 1,800 and a 1,950-capacity theatre. Meanwhile the theatres at Marina Bay Sands are drawing Broadway and West End hits such as Phantom Of The Opera, Wicked and Les Misérables. More grassroots entertainment can be found at Timbre’s portfolio of venues, where homecooked food is served alongside homegrown musical and performance talent.

Meanwhile within the visual arts, the past five years have seen Singapore cement its reputation as an international art hub. The recently opened, much-lauded ArtScience Museum unites art and science exhibitions, while the National Gallery Singapore comprises the world’s largest public collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art, totalling more than 8,000 artworks. Bringing together international and home-grown art galleries, Gillman Barracks visual arts cluster welcomes art lovers, collectors and the artistically curious in a buzzing centre with a packed calendar of exhibitions and events. “Culture” is a broad term in Singapore, and visitors will discover a passionate, creative community engaged in cultural efforts large and small.

Singapore’s best kept secret

Nowhere is this more evident than in the Peranakan district of Joo Chiat, where at the historic Kim Choo dumpling shophouse, travellers can learn about the Peranakan culture of the early Chinese settlers to Singapore. Meanwhile, across town, Tiong Bahru, a 1930s housing estate that Vogue named one of the world’s hippest neighbourhoods, is all quirky bookstores, record stores and buzzy cafés. But the island’s green spaces are nurtured as carefully as its cultural enclaves. Even avowed garden devotees and horticulture buffs have their minds blown by the spectacular Gardens by the Bay, a space-age triptych of stunning gardens and biodomes with a shared vision of environmental sustainability – a must visit in Singapore. Pulau Ubin, meanwhile, is one of the city’s best-kept secrets, a largely undeveloped island that gives travellers a taste of the Singapore of fifty years ago, a living, breathing museum of distinctly Singaporean island life.

Fusion and festivities

Singapore enables travellers to experience numerous colourful cultures and cuisines without ever leaving the island. One important local tradition is the many festivals celebrating this cultural diversity. An unmissable spectacle, if you are lucky enough to be there at the right time, is the Chinese New Year extravaganza: the highlight is Singapore’s equivalent of carnival – the Chingay Parade, featuring dancing dragons and lions, fire eaters and elaborate floats. There are plenty of enticing experiences to enjoy throughout the year, though. In Chinatown, for example, the smell of sweet cured pork intermingles with the smoke from the Hindu temples at neighbouring Little India, whose Tekka Market is one of the most vibrant and colourful (and frequently Instagrammed) sights on the island. Meanwhile, in Kampong Glam, the Arab quarter, Haji Lane is lined with independent boutiques, retro barbershops and even a Tokyobike store, a hipster accolade positioning Singapore alongside Copenhagen, Berlin, Melbourne and London.

 Now you’ve got your itinerary sorted, it’s time to start looking for somewhere to rest your head. Check out all the properties we have to offer.

 

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Fraser Suites Singapore - Serviced Apartment

With myriad amenities and services for our youngest guests, Fraser Suites Singapore is the ideal serviced…

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With myriad amenities and services for our youngest guests, Fraser Suites Singapore is the ideal serviced apartment located in River Valley, a private enclave for families traveling with children.

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With myriad amenities and services for our youngest guests, Fraser Suites Singapore is the ideal serviced apartment located in River Valley, a private enclave for families traveling with children.

Comprising 255 units in Singapore, our hotel apartments are ideal for both business and leisure travellers. Guests will appreciate the award-winning Gold Standard Fraser Suites Singapore, which combine sophisticated city living with the relentless pursuit of excellence in hospitality.

All residences are fitted with the modern conveniences that travellers require for a long- or short-term stay. Whether you’re here to recharge or unwind, play host to friends or watch over the kids, you can always count on Fraser Suites Singapore as a place to call home.

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Fraser Place Robertson Walk - Serviced Apartments

Fraser Place Robertson Walk encourages a healthy work-life balance with its lounge and recreation facilities.…

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Fraser Place Robertson Walk encourages a healthy work-life balance with its lounge and recreation facilities. Guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor fitness areas, a swimming pool and a barbecue area.

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Fraser Place Robertson Walk encourages a healthy work-life balance with its lounge and recreation facilities. Guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor fitness areas, a swimming pool and a barbecue area.

Situated by the waterfront on Singapore River, this hotel near robertson quay is tucked away in an idyllic sanctuary, protected from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet close to the central business district.

Offering 164 units of fully-furnished luxury serviced apartments, Fraser Place Robertson Walk, Singapore is a vibrant residence in an exclusive Mediterranean-inspired setting. Designed with chic and contemporary interiors, each apartment has all the modern conveniences required by the discerning guest, whether travelling for business or leisure.

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Fraser Residence Singapore - Serviced Apartments

These long- and short-term Singapore serviced apartments are set in the heart of the Orchard area with…

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These long- and short-term Singapore serviced apartments are set in the heart of the Orchard area with easy access to Singapore CBD, world-renowned shopping malls and Orchard Road.

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These long- and short-term Singapore serviced apartments are set in the heart of the Orchard area with easy access to Singapore CBD, world-renowned shopping malls and Orchard Road.

A welcome sanctuary amid the bustling city, Fraser Residence Orchard, Singapore offers 115 fully-furnished Gold-Standard serviced residences; luxurious design is complemented by high-end appliances and modern conveniences necessary for dynamic city living. Shop the world’s top brands and dine at the trendiest eateries with malls such as ION Orchard, Ngee Ann City and Paragon at the doorstep.

Relax knowing that there are world-class medical facilities, specialist clinics and Mount Elizabeth hospital just down the road. Long stay guests with young children will be reassured to know there are international schools in the vicinity. The Central Business District is only a few minutes’ drive away, while the neighbouring Orchard MRT station makes traveling around Singapore almost effortless.

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Fraser Residence Orchard - Serviced Apartments

Relax by the tranquil outdoor pool deck at Fraser Residence Singapore, where the vibrancy of the city…

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Relax by the tranquil outdoor pool deck at Fraser Residence Singapore, where the vibrancy of the city is muffled by the lush landscaping; or enjoy a soak in the reinvigorating waters of the jet pool. Alternatively, head for the 24/7 well-equipped fitness room or rejuvenate yourself in the sauna room at any time of the day.  Never lose a moment to spend with the kids while they join in the fun at the wading pool or outdoor playground.

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Relax by the tranquil outdoor pool deck at Fraser Residence Singapore, where the vibrancy of the city is muffled by the lush landscaping; or enjoy a soak in the reinvigorating waters of the jet pool. Alternatively, head for the 24/7 well-equipped fitness room or rejuvenate yourself in the sauna room at any time of the day.  Never lose a moment to spend with the kids while they join in the fun at the wading pool or outdoor playground.

Set in an urban oasis of trendy eateries, popular nightspots and vibrant malls along Orchard Road, Fraser Residence Singapore is in a prime location – this private sanctuary is just visible from the boulevard. With extensive transportation links along the shoppers’ haven, these Orchard Road residences enjoy multiple facilities and amenities within easy reach, both above ground and underground.

Fraser Residence Singapore offers 72 units of Gold-Standard serviced apartments in Orchard that are contemporary in design and minimalistic in style. Each comes fully-furnished with the essential modern conveniences for living in a dynamic city.

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Capri Changi City

Conveniently located in Changi Business park next to Singapore Expo MRT, Capri by Fraser, Changi City…

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Conveniently located in Changi Business park next to Singapore Expo MRT, Capri by Fraser, Changi City is designed for today’s e-generation traveller, with an urban inspired high-tech and intuitive feel.

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Conveniently located in Changi Business park next to Singapore Expo MRT, Capri by Fraser, Changi City is designed for today’s e-generation traveller, with an urban inspired high-tech and intuitive feel.

Capri by Fraser, Changi City goes beyond the conformity of typical hotels, offering an extensive range of facilities and services together with the comfort and convenience of a fully serviced residence.

Comprising 313 studios complete with fully-equipped kitchenettes, complimentary high-speed internet access, and state-of-the-art home entertainment system, guests can seamlessly combine work and play.

Within walking distance of Singapore’s leading convention centre EXPO, Capri by Fraser is an award-winning hotel near Changi International Airport. Guests can easily explore Singapore’s tourist attractions via the extensive public transport system that takes you just about anywhere.

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Capri China Square

Located in the heart of the CBD, ideally placed for business and leisure travellers, Capri by Fraser,…

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Located in the heart of the CBD, ideally placed for business and leisure travellers, Capri by Fraser, China Square is also a hotel near Chinatown.

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Located in the heart of the CBD, ideally placed for business and leisure travellers, Capri by Fraser, China Square is also a hotel near Chinatown.

Featuring 304 rooms in Superior, Deluxe, Executive and Studio configurations, the hotel has many communal areas as well, designed with the the concept of social living in mind.

With its enviable location, Capri by Fraser, China Square is a short walk from many of Singapore’s most vibrant attractions for visitors and locals alike. Soak up the heritage of old Chinatown and discover an array of restaurants and bars on Club Street and beyond. Walk in the opposite direction and explore the delights of the Singapore River. Entertainment venues at Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and even Marina Bay are within easy reach, and are even easier to enjoy, especially after dark.

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