Located where the dynamic developments of Marina Bay intersect with the world famous Singapore skyline,and where the historic district meets the future, The Fullerton Heritage precinct is the new focal point for waterfront fine dining, upscale shopping and entertainment. The development is an exquisite master planned dining and hospitality complex consisting of  The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, The Fullerton Bay Hotel, The Fullerton Pavilion, Clifford Pier, Customs House and One Fullerton.  The waterfront development’s architecture which combines both the historical and contemporary, will add vibrancy to the area’s long-established cultural heritage and central business district. The Fullerton Heritage occupies a gross area of around 1.4 million square feet along the waterfront and will complement the stunning Marina Bay views.



Nestled in the heart of Singapore’s business district, The Fullerton Building has long been regarded as one of Asia’s largest trade and commerce centre. The luxury landmark was also the first entry point for many of Singapore’s adopted sons who helped shape the country as we know it today. Rich in history, it was here where the office of the first governors of the Malacca Straits was established; a decision which was considered crucial in opening up Asia to the west. The  ‘Singapore Stone’, one of Singapore’s most famous national treasure was also unearthed on its ground. Despite the building’s ever changing intentions, from post office to private club and currently one of Asia’s most beloved hotels, the Fullerton Building has long been synonymous with esteem and culture. The nearby Clifford Pier can also boast of its own rich past. As the historical crux of immigration and trade for much of the 20th century, it too has been safeguarded for conservation as a reminder of Singapore’s grandeur past, even as new developments continue to breathe new life into this charming precinct.



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