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    Fort Canning Lodge, Singapore

    6 Fort Canning Road Singapore 179494

    Description

    Owned and managed by the YWCA of Singapore, Fort Canning Lodge is ideal for both leisure tourists and corporate clients. The lodge is nestled in the beautiful surroundings of Fort Canning Park, one of the greenest parts of Singapore. It is strategically close to premier shopping and entertainment hub, Orchard Road and to museums, cultural centres and transportation facilities.

    Get a quick lesson in history amidst the culture-rich environs, Fort Canning Lodge gives guests easy access to Singapore's proud relics of the past. The historic district was established in 1859 as an arms store, barracks and hospital. Today, it is still home to many precious memorials of Singapore's early history dating back to the 14th century and Sir Stamford Raffles' personal bungalow.

    Room Information

    Fort Canning Lodge offers a range of services and facilities that cater to our guests' recreational and business needs, making it the ideal accommodation for both leisure tourists and corporate clients. Whether you're into outdoor sports or indoor leisure, we have facilities for you to enjoy. A dip in the pool can relieve you of stress while a good game of tennis can give you a good, heart-pumping work out. Indoors, you can surf the web at our broadband Internet station or spend the day having coffee and snacks at the coffee shop. At Fort Canning Lodge the possibilities are endless.

    Location

    Area Information
    Fort Canning Lodge is nestled in the beautiful surroundings of Fort Canning Park, one of the greenest parts of Singapore. This historic place traces its roots way back to 1859. Now, it is a beautifully verdant park popular as a venue for the arts, including sculpture exhibitions, plays and open-air ballet. Also in the area is Spice Garden, a small replica of the original 19-hectare tract Raffles established in 1822 as the first experimental and botanical garden in Singapore.

    Fort Canning Lodge is also strategically located near Singapore's premier shopping and entertainment hub, Orchard Road; and is within easy walking distance of Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, museums and cultural centres.

    Location Information
    YWCA Fort Canning Lodge is only minutes away from Singapore's finest and most popular:

    • Business and Financial Districts: Central Business District, Raffles City, Harbour Front (formerly World Trade Centre), ShentonWay
    • Shopping: Chinatown Shopping Centre, Orchard Road Shopping Centre, Little India, Mustafa Centre, Suntec City, Sim Lim Square, Funan Centre, Arab Street, Bugis Junction, Millenia Shopping Mall, Marina Square
    • Dining and Entertainment: Tanjong Pagar, Maxwell Hawker Centre, Esplanade, Lavender Food Square
    • Hospitals: Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Tan Tock Seng Hospital Medical Centre, KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore General Hospital, Mount Alversia Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital
    • Transportation Choices: Taxis, Buses, Mass Rapid Transport (rail), Changi Airport
    • Centres of Tourism and Culture: St. Andrew's Cathedral, War Memorial, National Museum, Sri Veerama Kaliamman Temple, Museum District, City Hall, Sentosa Island, Mount Faber, Chinatown, Central Business District, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, Singapore Zoo, Zoological Gardens, Orchard Road, West Coast Park, Toa Payoh Heartlands, Goddess of Mercy Temple.

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