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    Location

    Information to help guest learn more about the location and the city.

    • Facilities within the vicinity
    • Supermarket – Isetan Scotts & Cold Storage, Ngee Ann City (7 & 11 mins respectively)
    • Clinic – Wheelock Place (6 mins)
    • Orchard MRT Station (5 mins)
    • Shopping Mall
      - ION Orchard Mall (5 mins)
      - Wheelock Place (6 mins)
      - Isetan Scotts (7 mins)
      - Ngee Ann City (11 mins)

    Fraser Residence Orchard, Singapore

    31 Paterson Road
    Singapore 238522

    • About the City (short introduction about the city)

      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.

    • Nearby places of Interest (Include distance and traveling time.)

      • Supermarket – Isetan Scotts & Cold Storage, Ngee Ann City (7 & 11 mins respectively)
      • Clinic – Wheelock Place (6 mins)
      • Orchard MRT Station (5 mins)
      • Shopping Mall
        -ION Orchard Mall (5 mins)
        -Wheelock Place (6 mins)
        -Isetan Scotts (7 mins)
        -Ngee Ann City (11 mins)
    • How to get here

      From Changi Airport

      By Subway

      • Board at Changi Airport Station, take to City Hall Station and transfer to the North-South Line (towards Jurong).
      • Alight at Orchard Station
      • Walk 10 minutes, 550m

      By Taxi 

      • 25 minutes’ drive-time
      From Tuas Checkpoint
      • Board at Tuas Link MRT Station on East-West-Line and take to Tiong Bahru Station (towards Pasir Ris).
      • Alight at Tiong Bahru Station and take Exit B.
      • From the bus stop outside Tiong Bahru Plaza, board Bus 16
      • Alight at the bus stop in front of the Paterson Lodge.
      • Walk 3 minutes, 230m
      From Woodlands Checkpoint
      • Board Bus 950 at Woodlands Checkpoint
      • Alight at MTR Station
      • Board at MRT Station on North-South-Line and take to Orchard Station (towards Marina South Pier)
      • Walk 7 minutes, 550m
      From HarbourFront Cruise and Ferry Terminal
      • Board Bus 65 at the HarbourFront Station
      • Alight at the bus stop in front of Paterson Lodge
      • Walk 3 minutes, 230m
    • Essential Facts about the City

      Essential facts about Singapore

      • Language

      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
      • Currency

      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.

      • Gratuity

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

      • Business Hours

      Banks
      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)

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

      • Telephone Networks

      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.

      • Health

      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.

      • Electricity

      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.