Getting Around

Located in the city-centre where the bustling sights and sounds are ceaseless, you can experience shopping, entertainment, and a wide variety of international food choices in one destination.

Plaza Singapura Located right at our doorstep, Plaza Singapura is home to many fashion brands from internationally renowned stores to local favourites. Equipped with a movie theatre that is popular with young and old, PS (as it is affectionately known to locals) is also a food haven of fast food joints, gourmet restaurants, and cafes.
Suntec City Suntec City is located in the heart of the Marina Bay precinct, and filled with an abundance of beauty, fashion, electronics, dining, lifestyle and entertainment options. Coexisting with office towers that surround the iconic Fountain of Wealth, Suntec City is one shopping destination not to be missed.
ION Orchard ION Orchard is the quintessential sanctuary for shopaholics in Singapore, and is definitely not one to be missed by tourists either. Home to a plethora of international brands such as H&M, Sephora, Uniqlo, and Topshop, there is something for everyone here. If you are looking for a top-down view of the city, the ION Sky gives you an unparalleled experience 56 levels above the city.
 Raffles City Located at City Hall, Raffles City Shopping Centre gives you unlimited options for dining and shopping, and is often an alternative destination when the crowds on Orchard Road gets exhausting. A 15-min walk away from Clarke Quay, the bars are not far if you are looking for a drink to end the night.
 Newton Hawker Centre Often touted as the go-to destination to experience all of Singapore’s local food in one place, Newton Hawker Centre serves up a variety of local dishes and seafood that many Singaporeans swear by. A trip here is not to be missed by any traveller to Singapore!
 Katong Laksa @ Roxy Square Although it is located quite a distance away from YMCA @ One Orchard, the Original Katong Laksa is not to be missed as it is the archetype representative of Singapore’s local food. Remember, you should only use a spoon to eat Katong Laksa!
Tiong Bahru Market & Neighbourhood Step into the neighbourhood of Tiong Bahru and you will be instantly transported into the Singapore of colonial days. With heritage buildings conserved till today, the Tiong Bahru Market is another destination to try out Singapore’s local dishes. If you’re up for coffee and desserts, there are plenty of cafes in the neighbourhood that will surely satisfy your caffeine addiction.
Places of Interest  
National Museum of Singapore As the oldest museum in Singapore since the 1880s, the National Museum of Singapore has undergone a few identity transformations, yet its façade still calls out to you like a history book will. Within, you can experience the cultural history of Singapore while soaking in the architectural grandeur of the building.
Singapore Art Museum Taking on a modern approach to art, the Singapore Art Museum focuses on making art forms more understandable to the masses, and giving artists an avenue to display their works. With exhibitions happening every now and then, it is highly advised to check what’s on before you visit, as you may be in for a real treat!
Boat Quay Boat Quay is the home to both locals and expatriates who are looking to chill out after a hard day’s work. Located in the middle of the Central Business District, the place is often bustling with activity after the sun sets. Sprinkled with many restaurants within the strip, your options for dining are endless.
Capitol Theatre A relatively new construction, Capitol Theatre pays homage to the Capitol Theatre of old. Building upon its 85-year history of a theatre and cinema throughout the 30s till 1998, its closure meant that a new face for the theatre was imminent. Unveiled in 2015, the Capitol Theatre now plays hosts to a variety of restaurants and bars, and is home to a curated selection of lifestyle and fashion stores.
Little India Little India has a rich history to it, and one little known fact was that it was a popular location for Europeans to watch races and socialise. Today, it is one of Singapore’s most bustling districts, with an interesting take on harmony between differing cultures of Singapore.
Chinatown Every city has a Chinatown, and it is definitely proven here in Singapore’s Chinatown. Its Mandarin name takes after its history of water supply in the district, and the heritage is greatly abundant even today!

Take a walk down the streets of Chinatown and witness the hive of activity that goes on from dawn to dusk.