Our hotels are located well within walking distance of some of Singapore’s most famous eating places as well as cultural and historical sites.
Singapore’s ethnic diversity is reflected in her colourful culinary culture. You will be spoilt for choice when taking your pick from Chinese, Indian, Malay, Eurasian and even Western fares. Be surprised by the local concoctions, for example, dishes that blend Chinese cooking methods with Indian spices. There is always something for everyone and every budget.
Culture and History
Take Balestier Road for example, where one of our Aqueen Hotels is located. It was named after Joseph Balestier, who was the first American consul in Singapore more than 160 years ago. The Father of Modern China, Dr Sun Yat Sen, resided in this area when he was promoting his revolutionary activities.
Aqueen Hotel at Lavender Street is a short stroll from colourful Little India, while our property at Paya Lebar is within the vicinity of the Malay Village at Geylang.
Exciting shopping places are never far from any Aqueen Hotel. You can easily make your way to major shopping districts such as Orchard Road and the Marina area. However it is in places like Little India, Geylang Serai and the local stores near our Hotels that you will likely find a good bargain.
Please feel free to check with our friendly staff if you need more information on choice places for dining, shopping and sightseeing.