Singapore is among the world's very few great cities blessed with an equally great, historic waterfront. The Fullerton Heritage Precinct, Singapore's downtown collection of architectural masterpieces, stretches from Collyer Quay along Raffles Quay to Shenton Way, capturing the sense of a bygone era within an updated setting. "Fullerton" was the name given to this site from the settlement's earliest days, with the establishment there of the British colonial government's great Fort Fullerton in 1829, circled by a battery of defensive cannons. Now, a new energy informs this most celebrated of Eastern ports, recreating heritage monuments, presenting new views, vistas, and visions. From celebrated hotels to top-rated restaurants, "A New Chapter" showcases the beauty and range of the Singapore waterfront.
The Fullerton Heritage
Where the Past Meets the Present