Grand Hyatt Hotel Singapore is a 5-star hotel that has a strategic location, that is at 10 Scotts Road, Orchard, Singapore. No wonder that many visitors who vacation in Singapore stay at this very comfortable hotel.
This hotel was renovated in 2006 and consists of 21 floors. The Grand Hyatt Singapore Singapore offers world-class facilities for visitors to enjoy.
Due to its strategic location, many tourist attractions are adjacent to this hotel. Here are 8 interesting places you can visit that are close to the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
1. Clarke Quay
The hotel is only 2 km away from Clarke Quay. Clarke Quay is the center of nightlife in Singapore. The location is right in the city center, which is precisely on the edge of the Singapore River. Actually, Clarke Quay location is a very crowded location with cafes, bars, and of course clubs for those of you who enjoy the sparkling world of entertainment. You won’t get bored of visiting Clarke Quay because of the wide choice of entertainment venues here. One thing that you will definitely not find in other clubs is a club or bar at Clarke Quay, just like other public places in Singapore, smoking is prohibited here.
2. Shopping Malls
Because it is located in the Orchard area, you should not expect to find many large malls adjacent to this luxury hotel. You can shop at shopping centers such as Far East Plaza, Scott’s Shopping Center, Shaw Center, and Tangs Shopping Center. From the Grand Hyatt Plaza, you can walk about 2 minutes to Far East Plaza where you can find the latest fashion items.
3. Marina Bay
To get to Marina Bay, you can only drive about 10 minutes. Marina Bay is very interesting to visit, especially at night. You can see the sparkling lights of Marina Bay Sands at night.
4. Fort Canning Park
Fort Canning Park is a hill in the southeast of Singapore. Not just an ordinary hill, Fort Canning Park is a place that is very full of historical and cultural values. If you are a history buff, then this destination is undoubtedly a must-have on your list of visits to Singapore.
5. Singapore Art Museum
Many Art Museums in Singapore are crowded with tourists. One of them is the Singapore Art Museum. This museum is devoted to contemporary art and is home to talented artists in Singapore.
6. Newton Circus Hawker Center
Hearing the name, you probably think this place is a place to watch the circus, but you are wrong. It turns out the place is a food center that sells a variety of cuisines ranging from local food and partly, you can experience culinary tours here by tasting the delicious foods that are sold.
7. Little India
For those of you who like Bollywood, you can visit Little India. This area is the central population of India which is the third-largest ethnic group in Singapore. In Little India, you can find many shops selling Indian knick-knacks and sarees. Little India is very crowded during Deepavali celebrations.
8. Esplanade Theaters by the Bay
Esplanade Theaters by the Bay is a concert hall and theater that is often used for world-class performances. The shape is very unique like a durian, making the Esplanade is interesting to visit
Well, the good news is, you can exchange your Singapore Rediscover Voucher to stay at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Singapore or an entry ticket to a tour adjacent to this hotel.