Heritage x Modernity
A summer with exciting journeys is beckoning. On your trip to faraway lands, experience Leinné sensual creations that convey the spirit of freedom and proximity to nature.
At lounging moments, Lior silk kimono in smoky purple effortlessly shows off your charm.
Sunny days are even more brilliant with Pearly side-slitted dress made of linen in mustard yellow. Pair it with Soleil raffia hat that features impressive improvised hand-knit brim, and a Bucket Cabas linen bag with a playful round bucket shape to attract all eyes.
Located in the financial-cultural center of Singapore and gazetted as the 71st national monument, The Fullerton Hotel provides a blend of luxurious living with a touch of elegance and the nostalgia of old. With neoclassical architecture, every corner of The Fullerton is a unique artwork, transporting guests back to the old days. It is impossible not to mention impressive landmarks such as the East Garden or the Chess yard.
This lavish five stars hotel, which once housed the General Post Office, has witnessed the ups and downs of modern Singapore's history, from a port city to a global financial center. PM Lee Hsien Long once shared a picture of his father, PM Lee Kuan Yew addressing the lunchtime crowd at Fullerton Square during the 1988 General Elections. "My mother was up in the balcony of Fullerton Building, listening to him." It was here, from the balcony and five-foot ways of the Fullerton Building, that citizens proclaimed their support for their independence.
Standing in front of the balcony in the luxurious rooms of The Fullerton Hotel, you can have a panoramic, unobstructed view of the Singapore River and Marina Bay, capturing the iconic sight of a developing, modern and culturally diverse Singapore.