Heritage Meets Lifestyle by the Waterfront
Rich with the grandeur of the past, The Fullerton Heritage Precinct boasts one of the longest, most sought-after waterfronts in the city; 1.4 million sq ft of deluxe space that shape Singapore’s glistening skyline. It’s where the past meets the present as rich heritage and culture serve as the backdrop for the finest cosmopolitan lifestyle experience the city has to offer. The precinct comprises several heritage buildings that have been beautifully restored and celebrated as true icons that speak of Singapore’s history. Lending their charm to the waterfront vibe are seven developments: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, One Fullerton, The Fullerton Pavilion, Clifford Pier, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, and Customs House. Their architecture combines both the historical and contemporary, adding vibrancy to the area’s long-established cultural heritage and business district, and offering unrivalled views of Marina Bay and surrounding icons like The Esplanade, Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands, and the Marina Bay Financial Centre. Journeying to the Past To showcase the precinct’s rich history, The Fullerton Heritage Gallery was launched in 2011. Featuring a captivating collection of historical photographs, artefacts, maps, building plans, and philatelic paraphernalia, the gallery also acts as a rotating art exhibition space focusing primarily on cultural and heritage-related artworks. Explore the area with The Fullerton Heritage Trail map in hand, taking you through the key historical sights around the nearby civic district while viewing interesting art pieces by prominent and renowned artists that have helped bring the district to life. Or get further acquainted with the history that surrounds you with those who know it best. Led by an appointed historian, The Fullerton Heritage Tour is offered complimentary to guests of both The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel, providing a glimpse of how life was in the past and progressing to modern-day Singapore. Take a peek into Singapore’s historical development as a thriving port with the Maritime Journey Tour, as a guided historian shares colourful stories from the 1900s of the conserved buildings like Customs House, Clifford Pier, and The Fullerton Waterboat House.
80 Years and Counting
A pivotal landmark in Singapore’s history of immigration and trade, Clifford Pier has also been safeguarded for conservation as a reminder of the country’s origins. It celebrated its 80th Anniversary in 2013 with an exhibition titled ‘Clifford Pier—A Place in our Hearts’, which chronicled the different roles the pier played in Singapore’s socio-political landscape from 1933 to 2006.
Art in the City
In 2009, The Fullerton Heritage initiated the ‘Art in the City’ programme to promote local art and culture. The programme showcases art exhibitions and educational activities around the precinct, presented by a mix of local, regional and international artists. Working with partners like Mossenson’s Gallery, Studio Haroobee, Gallery R, Belarmino & Partners, and talented child artist Gelyn Ong, Art in the City blends the narrative of yesteryear with modern Singapore. Indeed, The Fullerton Heritage perfects the art of upholding the old while embracing the new – a unique gem in Singapore’s cityscape.
The Fullerton Heritage 1 Fullerton Road #01-05A,
One Fullerton Singapore 049213
Tel: +65 6557 2590
The Fullerton Heritage