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Park Hotel Group Introduces 2 Self-Guided Walking Trails

May 28, 2019 Hotel Deals No Comments Email Email

As a nod to the Singapore Bicentennial Commemorations, Park Hotel Group, the leading hospitality company in the Asia Pacific has come up with two walking itineraries around the Singapore City Centre.

The two full-day itineraries cover some of the national monuments, local hideaways, gourmet delights and some suggested traditional Singaporean dishes in the Civic & Cultural District. These itineraries include some key events and exhibitions of the Singapore Bicentennial, a year-long event to commemorate the beginning of Singapore’s modern history since Sir Stamford Raffles’ arrival in 1819.

Itinerary One — 9 Things You Don’t Know You Can Do Around City Hall Precinct

The one-day self-guided trail starts at the Insta-worthy Central Fire Station, followed by a traditional Singaporean breakfast, then to the Armenian Church where it features the first Armenian museum of its kind in Asia. The guide also introduces Yàn restaurant, one of the gastronomy gem hidden inthe National Gallery Singapore. Visit the oldest surviving building in Singapore, the Old Parliament House, which has now been converted to an art exhibition centre and also uncover the stories behind several contributors who have shaped the country at the Parliament Square. The trail includes one of the coolest café hang-out in Singapore, while visiting one of the most beautiful filming sites of the movie Crazy Rich Asian. It ends off at Tablescape Restaurant & Bar located at Grand Park City Hall, a classy restaurant that provides interesting cocktails and modern European favourites.

Itinerary Two — 9 Hidden Gems along the Singapore River

This one-day self-guided itinerary features places along the Singapore River. Visitors start their day at Dutch Colony Coffee Co., then to one of the oldest and most beautiful temple – Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, before moving on to the lush greenery of Fort Canning Park. Visit several national monuments, local eateries and hideouts, light installations, as well as experiencing an interesting “AR Trail” where visitors witness some of the important moments in the Singapore history, such as the signing of 1819 treaty. The day ends at Porta, a casual and fun European restaurant at Park Hotel Clarke Quay, one of the most iconic buildings along the mesmerising riverscape.

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