Recommendation by Lemi
Built in 1928, the original structure of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore housed the General Post Office, the Chamber of Commerce, and The Singapore Club. The building was reconstructed from 1998 to 2000, carefully retaining its architectural glory and paying close attention to the Feng Shui that surrounded the area. Tall buildings have risen around the hotel over the years, embodying the wood element. To combat the overwhelming wood-heavy environment, The Fullerton incorporated metal elements to its facade. Observe the flags at the entrance; there are six poles erected to represent metal. Once you arrive at the driveway, you’ll notice a giant white pot at the center, which also symbolizes the element.
Open today: 24 hours
1 Fullerton Square, Singapore
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