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HERITAGE

As a custodian of heritage, we value the unique history and culture of the locations in which we operate. We are dedicated to showcasing the rich heritage of our properties through the preservation and restoration of these historic buildings, including The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, which once housed the cities’ General Post Offices, as well as the Art Deco-style Clifford Pier, the former landing point of Singapore’s forefathers which now operates as a versatile events and wedding space. 

Guests can immerse themselves in Singapore’s heritage and culture with a walk around The Fullerton Heritage precinct, a waterfront dining complex consisting The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, One Fullerton, The Fullerton Pavilion, Clifford Pier and Customs House.
 

"Marjorie Doggett's Singapore" Exhibition (2019)

 

EXPLORE THE FULLERTON HERITAGE PRECINCT AND BEYOND

Take a trip down memory lane as you discover the rich history and hear the bygone tales of Singapore and Sydney’s iconic buildings with our complimentary heritage tours. 

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The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is located in the Fullerton Building, a grand neoclassical landmark which was once home to Singapore’s General Post Office, the Exchange Room, Chamber of Commerce and The Singapore Club – all of which played a pivotal role in the history of Singapore. 

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The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

Completely built over water, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is a jewel-like addition to the sparkling Marina Bay waterfront. The luxury hotel exudes a classical and elegant atmosphere that aptly captures Singapore’s modernity while upholding its heritage.

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The Fullerton Hotel Sydney

Steeped in character and elegance, The Fullerton Hotel Sydney is located in Sydney’s historic former General Post Office building, a much-loved landmark which was once known as the city’s rendezvous location.

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