About Singapore

About Singapore

  • Submitted By: wendy
  • Date Submitted: 02/01/2009 4:57 AM
  • Category: Social Issues
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Visit Chinatown as it comes alive during the Chinese New Year. As the key focal point for the season’s festivities, this is the best time for visitors to immerse in the entire Chinese cultural experience and experience the festive hustle and bustle simply by walking the streets of Chinatown. The Chinatown Street Light-Up will be from 3 Jan – 15 Feb.

Mingle with the locals at the festive street bazaars from 3 to 25 Jan as they shop for festive goodies and decorations for the home. Also enjoy nightly performances or head for the many restaurants for a taste of yusheng (raw fish salad).

To cap it off, party with thousand of revellers on eve of Chinese New Year (25 Jan) as the countdown to the New Year gets underway.Conveniently located in the vibrant entertainment and shopping district of Orchard Road, the Pan Pacific Orchard offers opulence in a unique contemporary style, befitting its status as a five-star business hotel. Drawing inspiration from Singapore's eclectic energy, the most celebrated names in design have chosen a myriad palette of rich décor and sumptuous furnishings for the hotel, reflecting 21st Century glamour, Singapore style.

Chic lines and subtle sleepy tones of beige and brown are the hallmarks of the sensual rooms and suites at the Pan Pacific Orchard hotel. Plush bedding, richly panelled walls and a touch of the Orient give individuality to a choice of 206 rooms and suites in different sizes and styles. Each of the Pan Pacific Orchard’s rooms offers a haven of dreamlike comfort with every amenity expected by today's sophisticated traveller.

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