Once an enclave for Singapore’s Chinese immigrant population, the Chinatown in Singapore of today is much-beloved for its blend of old and new, with historic temples and traditional medicinal halls sitting alongside bold new bars and trendy lifestyle shops. Booking a room at Heritage Collection on Chinatown will put you in the heart of this distinctly unique location while staying in a heritage shophouse.
Heritage Collection on Chinatown
Our hotel is located along South Bridge Road and Mohamed Sultan Road, steps away from Chinatown MRT station.
All rooms are fully furnished for your stay and comes with a fully-equipped kitchenette with cooking and dining crockery, free laundry facilities, high-speed Wi-Fi, and 24-hour CCTV protection.
Premium Loft Apartments
Premium Loft apartments are perfect for those looking for a bedroom with added privacy since the bed and TV are upstairs and the bathroom and kitchen are downstairs. High ceilings make the room seem much larger, and large windows allow for a ton of natural light.
These rooms come with an in-room washer and dryer and for added convenience.
Studio Premium Apartments
Studio Premium apartments are equally well-equipped and still include an in-room washer and dryer. Windows along the wall allow for sunlight to light up the room in the day.
Studio and Studio Single Apartments
Our Studio and Studio Single apartments boast an eclectic retro theme with its mauve walls, leather chairs, and houndstooth prints. Note that these rooms do not come with windows, but that just guarantees extra privacy. The rooms are still fully equipped with all the essentials you may need for your stay.
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Activities in Chinatown
Chinatown is home to many cultural experiences and attractions, shopping complexes, and dining options.
Your gateway into the history of Singapore starts at the Chinatown Heritage Center. Discover the personal stories of people who made Chinatown their home and trace the path of Singapore’s early pioneers.
You’ll also find some of the most beautiful historic temples like the Sri Mariamman or the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. The Sri Mariamman Temple is designed with elaborate sculptures depicting Hindu mythology and is still a spiritual place for many locals today where many rituals are held. The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple has an exquisite four-storey structure and the first storey is open to the public.
For tourists looking to enjoy authentic local Chinese, Malay, and Indian cuisines, Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Centre is the perfect eating spot. This location is filled with dozens of food joints where you can enjoy a wide variety of flavorful food including nasi goreng, satay, and roast pork dumplings.
For those who want to relish unique dishes, Chinatown Complex is one of the most favored places by the locals to eat and socialize. The Chinatown Complex is filled with hawkers and small hole-in-the-wall places that serve a variety of dishes.
Travelers can also enjoy plenty of breakfast options, such as places like Tong Ah Eating House, Grids Coffee, and Chiu Quon Bakery, and dim sum within walking distance from the hotel.
You’ll also be a short walk away from the Chinatown Street Market with many stalls selling everything from lucky cats to silky robes. When walking, you may even find a range of street carts that offer dishes such as crispy duck and fresh dim sum amidst the Chinatown bustle.
If you’re looking for more vintage items, check out the China Square Central Flex Market. You’ll find plenty of excellent vintage china items, antiques, second-hand books, retro clocks and phones, toys and comic books.