Serviced Apartments in Singapore

Fraser Residence Singapore


A district of significant historical and cultural significance, Chinatown is an eclectic mix of the old and new, traditional and modern - where ancient temples and mosques sit comfortably alongside quirky shops and cool cafes.

Kampong Glam

The gazetted conservation area is notable for its original architecture and vibrant colours of the shophouses that have been retained or restored, so that you can experience the hospitality of the Malays in Singapore and learn about local Muslim customs.

Little India

Savour all things Indian, in this culturally authentic district where the fragrances of Ayurvedic oils, exotic spices and jasmine flowers, great dining options, 24-hour shopping at the Mustafa Centre, sari shops, art galleries and Bollywood music stores appeal to all senses and attention of locals and foreigners who throng the thoroughfares and alleyways for premium buys or bargains, day or night.

Clarke Quay

Partying needs no reason in this Singapore’s choice dining and entertainment destination which comes alive at night in a kaleidoscope of colourful restored warehouses, restaurants of all sorts and cuisines, hip cafes, night clubs, jazz clubs and more, with themes and appeals of all sorts that draw crowds from the locals and foreigners alike.

Boat Quay

There is no better place to chill out here at the Boat Quay, which offers an eclectic mix of high-end restaurants and alfresco dining and lively bars and pubs to guests who enjoy dining and wining by the riverside.


The Singapore’s award-winning iconic nightspot of international repute is the perfect place to relax, recharge or reenergize, in a venue made up of three clubs and a wine bar.

Long Bar

Get down to earth in this two-storey bar inspired by the Malayan plantations of the 1920s and housed in a colonial architecture, and enjoy the Singapore Sling, or any alcoholic and non-alcoholic concoction imaginable, in the accompaniment of traditional pub favourites and contemporary pop played ‘live’ by the band.


Perfect for sports and lifestyle entertainment fans, the award-winning rooftop bar sits in three levels atop One Raffles Place Building to offer an alfresco gastrobar, a European restaurant and a sports bar with its own golf simulator.

Gardens by the Bay

Be it “a living wonder”, the “Central Park of Asia”, or “Avatar in real life”, however many have called it, the Gardens serve to preserve the rich botanical heritage and horticultural biodiversity of Singapore and the region.

River Safari

Nestled between the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari, the recently launched River Safari promises an unforgettable adventure inspired by the world’s most iconic rivers including the Mississippi, Congo, Nile, Ganges and Yangtze.

Singapore Zoo

Opened more than 40 years ago in 1973, the Singapore Zoo ranks among the finest zoos in the world, and is home to more than 2,800 animals from over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles, including the zoo’s current panda favourites, a gift from China.

Night Safari

Take on a guided tour or explore on your own, in the world’s first safari park for nocturnal animals, as you uncover their natural night-time habitats, keeping cool at the same time should the animals get too close for comfort!

Resorts World Sentosa

integrated resort offers a range of fantastic dining and shopping experiences, world-class attractions and spa indulgences

The Universal Studios Singapore

where you will experience adrenalin-rushing rides, shows and attractions themed according to the latest blockbuster movies.

S.E.A. Aquarium

the largest oceanarium in the world that contains 45 million litres of water and more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species.

Adventure Cove Waterpark

where you can take on 6 water slides, glide along the 620m world’s longest lazy-rivers with 14 themed scenes of jungles, or snorkel over a coral reef with 20,000 fish and stroke the passing rays; and last but not least.

Ultimate Marine Encounters

as you get up close face-to-face with some 500,000 fishes including groupers, hammerhead and leopard sharks, and manta rays.

Chinatown Food Street

Glorious good food is celebrated here with an ensemble of speciality dishes from various Chinese dialects and different races in Singapore, in a style and form of your choice, be it the street hawker stall, shophouse restaurant, ad-hoc street kiosk and al-fresco dining.

Clarke Quay

Partying needs no reason in this Singapore’s choice dining and entertainment destination which comes alive at night in a kaleidoscope of colourful restored warehouses, restaurants of all sorts and cuisines, hip cafes, night clubs, jazz clubs and more, with themes and appeals of all sorts that draw crowds from the locals and foreigners alike.

Dempsey Hill

From Indian curry houses to European eateries, local seafood restaurants to premium grocery outlets, you will find them all inconspicuous among the conserved colonial black-and-white buildings, where specialty food purveyors and chefs work to satisfy the craving of every gastronomical connoisseur. 

Orchard Road

The 2.2 km world-renowned shopping street is your ultimate shopping haven with 22 shopping malls, six departmental stores and close to 5,000 brands to choose from.

Suntec City Mall

In over 300 retail outlets, 50 pushcarts and 100 F&B establishments, the mall offers high-end fashion labels, lifestyle merchandises and services, gastronomical delights, a cinema, a fitness gym, an arcade and lots more, that appeal to both locals and foreigners, couples and families.

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

One of the Singapore’s largest luxury shopping malls, the refreshing shopping destination features much coveted international brands, emerging labels and new concepts, alongside a contemporary and open design which captures the breath-taking Marina Bay skyline.

Mustafa Centre

With 2 inter-connected, 6-storey blocks, the 24/7 Mustafa Centre in Little India have shoppers thronging the mall at different times throughout the day and night, for its sheer variety of goods and services which are set to move at bargain prices.

Funan Digitalife Mall

A haven for technology geeks, Funan offers the newest and widest range of gadgets, from laptops and desktop computers to printers and digital cameras that are fit for value-buyers and bargain-hunters. 


The Singapore’s largest retail and lifestyle mall sits beautiful next to Sentosa Island as fun, easy-going venue that will meet the needs of everyone at home.

Haji Lane

Once an empty street of pre-war shophouses, here you will find vintage shops selling an array of contemporary, quirky garments and accessories as well as boutiques by up-and-coming designers, mostly touting the “Made in Singapore” label.


Theatres on the Bay, Singapore: Enjoy non-ticketed daily performances at the centre’s Upper Concourse, or if you prefer a ticketed one, choose from a diverse line-up of music, theatre, dance and visual art programmes available all year round.

ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands

In an architecture that is likened to a lotus flower by some or “The Welcoming Hand of Singapore” by others, the Singapore’s premier destination mainly hosts international touring exhibitions with the most renowned collections in the world.

Singapore Art Museum

This state-of-the-art museum houses one of the world’s largest public collections of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian artworks.


The extension of the Singapore Art Museum is a venue where the public learn to appreciate living artists in an aesthetic and social context through direct experiences with areas like painting and sculpture, film and video, photography, new media and performance by upcoming artists.

There is no other location in Singapore as central, convenient and prestigious as the iconic Orchard Road- Singapore's retail, dining and entertainment haven. Fraser Residence Singapore is an excellent choice among hotels in Orchard Road Singapore. From international and local designer labels to exotic street fashion, fine dining to Singaporean food court fare, medical centres and international schools to electronic bargains and anything else imaginable, venture along and you will hardly be left leave empty-handed.   

And just when you thought you have seen it all at Orchard Road, you will be in for a pleasant surprise with the sprawling 63-hectare Singapore Botanic Gardens that will calm your senses after a shopping extravaganza.

Fraser Residence Singapore

2 Mount Elizabeth Link
Singapore 227973

  • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

    Convenience Store & Supermarket    

    24-hour Convenience Store

    7 Eleven located at:

    • Basement 1 of Paragon Shopping Centre
    • Basement 1 of Lucky Plaza 
    • Level 1 of Ngee Ann City Tower A
    • Level 1 of Cineleisure Orchard


    Paragon Market Place, Basement 1 of Paragon Shopping Centre

    Cold Storage Takashimaya, Basement 2 of Ngee Ann City


    Medical Surgery

    Ho Surgical, Level 14 of Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre (five-minute walk)

    General Medical Clinic

    Twin City Medical Clinic, Level 8 of Ngee Ann City (10-minute walk)

    Dental Clinic

    Specialist Dental Group, 3 Mount Elizabeth (five-minute walk)


    Guardian, Level 2 of Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre (five-minute walk)

    Guardian, Basement 1 of Paragon Shopping Centre (five-minute walk)

    Playgroup and Montessori  

    Brighton Montessori International (Development Pre-School),
    370 River Valley Road.

    Board Bus 5 or 54 at Far East Plaza (Scotts Road), and alight before Zion Full Gospel Church (Irwell Bank Road).

    Julia Gabriel Centre, 43 Newton Road.

    Board Bus 5, 54, 124, 143, 162 or 167 at Royal Plaza on Scotts (Scotts Road), and alight opposite Hotel Royal (Newton Road).

    Post Office 

    Lucky Plaza Post Office

    304 Orchard Road, #02-29 Lucky Plaza
    Singapore 238863
    Mon–Fri: 10:30 – 18:30 hours
    Sat and Sun: 10:30 – 16:00 hours
    Public Holidays (except on Sundays): Closed

    Orchard Post Office

    2 Orchard Turn, #B2-62 ION Orchard
    Singapore 238801
    Mon–Sun: 11:00 – 19:00 hours
    Closed on Public Holidays

    Place to Buy Prepaid Phone Cards/Top Up    

    7 Eleven, Basement 1 of Lucky Plaza

    7 Eleven, Level 1 of Ngee Ann City

    Prepaid SIM cards for any of the three phone companies in Singapore (SingTel, StarHub and M1) can be purchased from most 7-Eleven and Cheers convenience stores as well as SingPost.

    Food Court/Hawker Centre/Takeaway Food Place  

    Restaurants and cafes, Paragon Shopping Centre Basement One (5-minute walk).

    Food centres, Lucky Plaza, Basement One (7-minute walk).

    MRT Station    

    Orchard Station (10-minute walk)

    Somerset Station (10-minute walk)

    Money Changer/Bank/ATM    

    ATMs, Paragon Shopping Centre Basement One (5-minute walk).

    Money Changer, Paragon Shopping Centre Basement One (5-minute walk).

  • Nearest Transportation

    • Orchard MRT Station (10-minute walk)
    • Somerset MRT Station (10-minute walk)
  • Getting to Fraser Residence Singapore

    From Changi Airport

    By MRT:

    • Board at Chang Airport Station, take to Tanah Merah Station and transfer to the East-West Line (towards Joo Koon).
    • Alight at City Hall Station and transfer to North-South Line (towards Jurong East).
    • Alight at Orchard Station.

    By Taxi:

    • 30 minutes’ drive-time.

    By Public Bus:

    • Board Bus 36 from Changi Airport Passengers Terminal and alight at the bus stop opposite Meritus Mandarin Singapore (Orchard Road).

    From Tuas Checkpoint

    • Board Bus 182.
    • Alight at Boon Lay MRT Interchange and transfer to the East-West MRT Line (towards Pasir Ris).
    • Alight at City Hall Station and transfer to the North-South MRT Line (towards Jurong East).
    • Alight at Orchard Station.

    From HarbourFront Cruise and Ferry Terminal

    • Board at Harbour Front Station on North-East Line (towards Punggol).
    • Alight at Dhoby Ghaut Station and transfer to North-South MRT Line (towards Jurong East).
    • Alight at Orchard Station.
  • About Singapore

    At 716 sq km and a population of slightly over 5 million, Singapore is a small city state sitting on the equator.  Located at the tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore started and flourished as a strategic trading port since the 19th century.  The success attracted immigrants who brought along their own culture, languages, food and customs that formed part of the country’s diverse cultural heritage today.

    Modern Singapore is a cosmopolitan, multi-racial city vibrant with 4 major ethnic groups, including Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians, living in harmony.  An economy thriving in various sectors and fuelled by innovation, research and development, the country is home to over 7,000 multinational companies; over half are regionally headquartered here.

    Singapore is made up of one large island and 63 surrounding islets, of which Sentosa is well-loved by locals and foreigners for its resort, entertainment options and winning sun-sand-sea combination, while Kusu Island, St John's Island, and Pulau Ubin are still very much kept in their rustic charms.

  • Essential Facts About Singapore


    English is the language of business; Malay, Tamil and Chinese are widely spoken.

    Time Difference

    GMT +8 hours.

    Visas & Special Passes

    The granting of visitor passes is determined by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore officers at the point of entry. The basic criteria for entry are:

    • Depending on the country of origin and purpose of entry, visitors will require different types of visas – social, work, collective group visa, study, medical treatment etc. Details of these may be obtained from the ICA website at www.ica.gov.sg.
    • From 28 August 2008, Singapore has introduced e-Visa, an online visa application process for citizens of certain nationalities. Check the latest list of countries at the website.
    • Visa applications may also be submitted at the Singapore missions, embassies or foreign affairs office in your country. Do find out where you can get your visa in your own country.
    • A passport with at least six months' validity
    • Valid Singapore visa, if applicable (refer to the Visa Requirements page for more information)
    • Sufficient funds to last for the intended period of stay in Singapore
    • Confirmed onward/return tickets (where applicable)
    • Entry facilities to their onward destinations, e.g. visas
    • Completed Disembarkation/Embarkation Card
    • Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate, if applicable


    Singapore Dollar (SGD).  Notes come in denominations of $2, $5, $10, $50, $100, $500, $1,000 and $10,000.  Coins come in denominations of five, 10, 20 and 50 cents and $1.  International currencies such as the US, Australian and Brunei Dollars, Yen, British Pound and Euro are also accepted in most major shopping centres and big departmental stores. Brunei currency is acceptable at par with the Singapore currency.


    Most restaurants and hotels will add a 10% service charge, so tipping is not necessary – although it is always appreciated.

    Business Hours

    Mondays to Fridays, 10:00 to 15:00 hours
    Saturdays, 09:30 to 13:00 hours
    Saturdays, 09:30 to 15:00 hours  (some bank branches only)
    Sundays, 09:30 to 15:00 hours (some bank branches only)

    Companies, Government Offices
    Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:30 or 18:00 hours
    Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:30 hours (some offices only)

    Daily, 10:00 to 21:30 hours (during mall promotions, some open till midnight on Saturdays)

    Telephone Network

    Singapore has two mobile phone networks – GSM900 and GSM1800, and three mobile telephone service providers – SingTel, M1 and StarHub. International calls are inexpensive and can be made using most public telephones, hotel phones and mobile phones.  To make international calls, the access codes are SingTel: 001, 013, or 019; M1: 002 or 021; and StarHub: 008 or 018.  Phone cards, which are sold at many shops, can be purchased to make overseas call at the public telephones; a small number of coin phones are also available.


    Singapore's medical facilities are among the finest in the world.  Over-the-counter drugs can be bought at pharmacies, which are located at supermarkets, department stores, hotels and shopping centres.  Registered pharmacists generally operate from 09:00 to 18:00 hours on weekdays should you require prescription drugs.  Most hotels have their own doctor on-call around the clock. Other doctors are listed under Medical Practitioners in the Yellow Pages of the Singapore Phone Book. For an ambulance, dial 995.


    220–240 volts AC, 50 cycles per second.

    Public Holidays

    New Year's Day; Chinese New Year (2 days); Good Friday; Labour Day; Vesak Day; National Day; Hari Raya Puasa; Deepavali; Hari Raya Haji and Christmas Day.