Things to Do
– TOP 5 THINGS TO DO IN THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT –
Nestled in the heart of the city’s Central Business District, Hotel Telegraph is minutes away from discovering some of the best finds in Singapore.
Eat @Lau Pa Sat
Located right across from Hotel Telegraph, Lau Pa Sat is an iconic hawker centre serving authentic local delicacies and international cuisines across 80 food stalls. It was gazetted as a national monument in 1973. Watch Boon Tat Street, the side street of Lau Pa Sat and Hotel Telegraph, close itself to traffic every night to transform into “Satay Street” – a lively al fresco dining experience – where satay stalls grill and serve satay in an old-fashioned way.
18 Raffles Quay,
Pray @ Places of Worship
Discover a melting pot of cultures and religions in Singapore and take a walk to the historic districts of Chinatown and Telok Ayer. Trace Singapore’s roots and witness how early settlers from a diversity of religions and races contributed to our country’s rich history, culture and architecture. Learn how multiple faiths in Singapore have coexisted for decades and visit Sri Mariamman Temple, Masjid Jamae, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum and St Andrew’s Cathedral, all within walking distance of each other.
288 South Bridge Road,
See @ Merlion Park
Meet Merlion, the official mascot and mythical icon of Singapore, globally recognisable by its part-lion head and part-fish body. Standing at 8.6 metres tall, the Merlion’s lion head represents Singapore’s original name of Singapura (“lion city” in Sanskrit) named by Sang Nila Utama, a Srivijayan prince of Palembang; while its fish-like body signifies the city’s beginnings as a fishing village. Soak in the Marina Bay skyline at Merlion Park or pose for a picturesque photo capturing the stream of water spouting from the statue’s mouth like many visitors do so.
Learn @ National Gallery Singapore
Located in the heart of the Civic District of Singapore, the National Gallery Singapore hosts the world’s largest public display of modern Singapore and Southeast Asian art. Housed in the City Hall and the former Supreme Court, you will find more than 8,000 pieces from Singapore’s National Collection, featuring outstanding artworks dating from the 19th century to the present that are curated and made by top artists from Singapore, Southeast Asia and the rest of the globe. Immerse yourself in their interactive programmes and guided tours.
1 St Andrew’s Rd, #01 – 01,
Have fun @ Singapore Sports Hub
From Neymar to Serena Williams, BTS to Jay Chou, the Singapore Sports Hub has been host to some of the world’s biggest stars in the sports and entertainment industry. Watch live concerts or world-class sporting events, within just a 10-minute car ride from Hotel Telegraph. If you prefer to engage in sporting activities yourself, from beach volleyball to rock climbing, Singapore Sports Hub offers a plethora of activities and facilities for you to choose from.
1 Stadium Drive,
– TOP 5 THINGS TO DO IN SINGAPORE –
Explore and discover our recommendations on what you can do and the local attractions in our tiny red dot.
Gardens By The Bay
Spanning 101 hectares across Singapore’s waterline, Gardens by the Bay is home to one of the world’s tallest indoor waterfalls and also the world’s largest glass greenhouse. Immerse yourself in lush gardens in the Garden’s cooled conservatories like the Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome. Have a magical escape amidst creative floral arrangements and suspending colourful bouquets at the Floral Fantasy. Visit the Supertree Observatory for unparalleled views of the Marina Bay area.
18 Marina Gardens Drive,
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Founded in 1859, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is Singapore’s oldest garden, attesting to Singapore’s reputation as a Garden City. It has been inscribed as Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, becoming the first and only tropical botanic garden on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Explore the world’s largest orchid display, showcasing Singapore’s national flower of over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids at the National Orchid Garden. The Gardens also serve as a backdrop to many art and cultural events.
1 Cluny Rd,
Mandai Wildlife Reserve
Discover wildlife like never before at Mandai Wildlife Reserve, home to the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and River Wonders parks. Say hi to Le Le, Singapore’s first panda cub, at the River Wonders; or step into the Fragile Forest, a 20,000 cubic metre biodome that mimics a tropical rainforest habitat at the Singapore Zoo.
80 Mandai Lake Road,
Located off the south coast of Singapore, Sentosa is an island playground located just 15 minutes away from the hotel. Expect themed attractions, natural trails, award-winning spa retreats, sandy beaches and world-renowned golf courses. Enjoy breathtaking sceneries and panoramic views of Singapore and Sentosa’s coastline and luscious green foliage, by taking a ride on Singapore’s only cable car service that links Mount Faber, Harbourfront and Sentosa.
Universal Studios Singapore
First opened in 2011, Universal Studios Singapore is Singapore’s only movie-theme park featuring 24 rides and attractions. From thrill-seeking rides to family-friendly activities across 6 themed zones, Universal Studios Singapore promises an unforgettable experience based on your favourite blockbuster shows.
8 Sentosa Gateway,