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The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

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    The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
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Local Attractions

Originally founded in the early nineteenth century as a British colony, Singapore has since rapidly evolved into one of the world’s most influential communities. Both a sovereign nation and an important global city, Singapore is a world leader in technology, business, and art. As such, this vibrant island country offers an exhausting collection of cultural attractions to experience. Surrounding the Raffles Singapore are a multitude of renowned international landmarks, including the UNESCO-recognized Singapore Botanic Gardens. Other amazing places, such as the Asian Civilizations Museum and the National Museum of Singapore, are close to the hotel, as well. Despite its small stature, Singapore enjoys an enthralling abundance of culture, history, and vibrancy.

Asian Civilization Museum
The Asian Civilization Museum (ACM) is the first museum in the region to present a broad yet integrated perspective of pan-Asian cultures and civilizations. The museum's collection centers on the material cultures of the different groups originating from China, southeast Asia, south Asia, and west Asia.

Singapore River
For a complete immersion in Singapore’s rich history, guests enjoy a boat ride along the Singapore River. As the sun sets, Singapore River comes alive with locals and visitors venturing out for the city’s nightlife.

Singapore Flyer
At 540 feet/137 meters above ground level, visitors are treated to a 360-degree panoramic view of the city, including glimpses of the city's landmarks such as Merlion Park, Padang, Marina Bay, as well as the nearby Indonesian islands and the Straits of Johor, Malaysia.

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay is one of the world's busiest arts centers, officially opened on October 12, 2002. This architectural icon, with its distinctive twin shells, is sited within Singapore's civic district, just by Marina Bay at the mouth of the Singapore River. Esplanade’s program lineup spans all genres to encompass music, dance, theater, and visual arts with a special emphasis on Asian culture.

Victoria Theatre
The grand old dame of Singapore theaters, the Victoria Theatre has long been a focal point for Singapore's arts and cultural activities.

Night Safari
This award-winning attraction is the world's first night zoo where guests can be exposed to the nocturnal wildlife by taking the 45-minute tram ride across the zoo or one of the three walking trails to explore the park.

Peranakan Museum
Peranakan Museum has the world's most comprehensive collection of Peranakan artifacts and provides a glimpse of how modern-day Peranakans have evolved with their culture.

Singapore Botanic Gardens
Founded in 1859, the breathtaking Singapore Botanic Gardens is the only tropical park to be designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Filled with many breathtaking sights, the landmark is home to the world’s largest orchid collection at the National Orchid Garden.

Asian Civilizations Museum
Learn about the complex history of Asia at the groundbreaking Asian Civilizations Museum. With over 1,300 rare artifacts in its possession, this museum extensively analyzes the histories of China, Southeast Asia, and the continent as a whole.

National Museum of Singapore
The National Museum of Singapore was the lifelong mission of Sir Stamford Raddles to preserve the island’s special heritage. First started by Sir Raffles in 1849, the National Museum of Singapore now boasts over 30,000-square feet of permanent exhibit space that continuously displays the vast history of the Singaporean people.

Gardens by the Bay
The three famous waterfront gardens that covers over 250 acres of the Singapore coastline are known as the Gardens by the Bay. This majestic park features an awe-inspiring collection of natural wonders, including the Supretree Grove, the Flower Dome, and the Cloud Forest.

Visitors will have plenty to see and do in Singapore’s historic Chinatown district. The area enjoys a plethora of traditional Chinese teashops, remarkable religious monuments, and beautiful architecture. Guests should not pass on visiting this fantastic neighborhood!


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