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  • Discover your neighbourhood from The Stamford

    Please enjoy these attractions near Swissôtel The Stamford. The sights are within a brisk walk of your hotel. They will add joy and discovery to your visit.

    • Feb 2017
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  • Swissôtel The Stamford



    From one of the tallest hotels in Southeast Asia you can walk directly into the heart of Singapore's shopping, dining, and entertainment districts.

  • The Civilian War Memorial



    Commemorates the civilian victims of World War II and the unity of Singapore’s main races, represented by four pillars rising above 65 metres.

  • National Gal­lery Singa­pore


    Art Gallery

    A new visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia.

  • St Andrew's Cathedral



    Singapore’s largest cathedral and the oldest Anglican house of worship, it was gazetted as a national monument in 1973.

  • The Padang



    A representation of colonial Singapore, chosen by Sir Stamford Raffles as a recreation area and has remained one of the world’s more picturesque sports grounds.

  • Singapore Cricket Club Field



    Founded in 1852, it is one of the Premier Sports Clubs in Asia and was a central feature of the inaugural Formula One Singapore Grand Prix night race in 2008.

  • Esplanade - Theatres On The Bay


    Performing Arts

    This world-class venue is one of the busiest art centres, hosting a diverse range of dance, music, theatre performances and captivating visual arts exhibitions.

  • Asian Civilisations Museum


    History Museum

    Located by the historic Singapore River, it is devoted to preserving the cultural heritage of Asia and promoting an appreciation of Singapore’s rich history.

  • Cavenagh Bridge



    Built in 1868, the oldest bridge across the Singapore River was named after Sir Lieutenant General Cavenagh, the last governor of the Straits Settlements.

  • Central Fire Station


    Fire Station

    The oldest existing fire station in Singapore, it houses the Civil Defence Heritage Gallery and showcases the history of firefighting in Singapore.

  • Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI)



    Painted in the colours of the rainbow, are 927 windows which bear a similar intensity and intensifies progressively to accentuate the cantilevered balconies.

  • Singapore River



    The passage way for all ships in the early days, it contains the Raffles Landing Site where Sir Stamford Raffles first stepped on in 1819.

  • Fort Canning Park



    A historic landmark on a hill, full of surprises, it is the place for history buffs, music fans and nature lovers alike.

  • tips for directions

    For directions, click on the folded map icon in the lower left of each destination. Type or copy "Swissotel The Stamford" for the starting point, then click the "walking man" icon for options. Please ask hotel concierge for recommendations. Minutes listed in posts are approximate walking time direct from Swissôtel.

  • Make Your Own Vitality Guide

    Your hosts at Swissôtel have compiled this collection of local attractions. We'd love to get your feedback. Did you visit these places? Any recommendations? Do you prefer others? Please consider creating your own guide. We'd be delighted to share it in the Swissôtel Vitality Guide Collections. VitalityGuides@gmail.com

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