Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre












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Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre is a leasehold commercial property..

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre is located along 1 Straits Boulevard in DOWNTOWN CORE, in District 1. It is accessible through the nearest MRTs including Shenton Way TE19 and Tanjong Pagar EW15. Other nearby amenities include: 3 Grocerie(s): AP HOUSE PTE. LTD., COLD STORAGE SINGAPORE (1983) PTE LTD, LITTLE FARMS PTE. LTD., and 3 Shopping Mall(s): INTERNATIONAL PLAZA, ICON VILLAGE, MARINA BOULEVARD.

Buyers and tenants are attracted to District 1, which covers areas such as Cecil, Raffles Place, Marina, People’s Park and Boat Quay. District 1 is home to the largest financial hub in Singapore, spanning from Raffles Place to Marina Bay, an area built on reclaimed land. Dubbed the “Wall Street” of Singapore, Raffles Place and Marina Bay have the highest concentration of Grade A offices - highly sought-after by financial institutions and professional service firms. Apart from business activities, District 1 is also a popular destination for recreational activities and tourism. Situated right next to the Central Business District is Boat Quay positioned at the mouth of the Singapore River. Once the busiest quay in Singapore, Boat Quay has transformed into a popular hang-out place for food and drinks, featuring an eclectic mix of high-end restaurants, alfresco dining and bars. Comprised of high-end developments, houses in District 1 are highly popular amongst both local and foreign home-buyers.

As a major financial and business hub, the Central Region stands as the dynamic city centre of Singapore. Spanning 13,150ha in land area, the region hosts Singapore's only UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to many of the country's national monuments, such as the Merlion Park and Statue of Raffles. Although the region is designated mainly for commercial activities, it houses residential developments ranging from HDBs to bungalows. There is also plenty of greenery in the region, linked by 19km of park connectors. According to the Master Plan 2019, Orchard and Downtown will be rejuvenated as a lifestyle hub to include more mixed developments which offer live, work and play opportunities. New housing will be constructed in the Marina South Area with community facilities and amenities. Stage-6 of the Circle Line opening by 2025 will also enhance the Central Region's connectivity.
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"This places collaborate with cultural groups, artistic people and community partners to generate and develop local Singapore Culture. Their artwork is very engaging and accessible to all the people, located in an open area, it's nice for children and adults to visit. Place is very clean and there is a awesome restaurant to eat. Sometimes there is exhibition, performance and talks held in the location."
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Google Review     |   31 Jul 2022
"Level 2 Singapo exhibition is highly recommended, perhaps the best among all the museums we've visited on this island. A fun experience for both adults and kids! As an outsider, the exhibition helps me much better understand the uniqueness and intricacies of the "Singapo" identity. Embedded in this identity are multiculturalism and open-mindedness -- they are precisely what other Chinese societies lack and should cultivate."
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Google Review     |   03 Jul 2022
"Gd place for children to learn abt Chinese culture n for family to bond. Staff were helpful, knowledgeable and polite. It's not too crowded even for a weekend visit. Lots of information provided through mixture of games, pictures, videos, poll taking n even some visual effects. Overall had an enjoyable time there."
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Google Review     |   18 Apr 2022
"The Singapore Chinese cultural center has an expo that provides a glimpse of how the Chinese culture has been adopted over time in Singapore. It gives a great deal if information about the socio,economic and food habits of Chinese residing in Singapore. Starts with "what is culture" and tells everything about the Chinese culture. What are the families residing, where are they more concentrated and what is their usual profession. As seen in the pics uploaded by me there are description about most common Chinese dishes. Has a timeline about the Chinese presence in Singapore. Also lists all Chinese festivals celebrated in Singapore. The expo provides a RFID wrist band for audio visual experience at each counter. You can carry home the wrist band as a souvenir. Please note : You do not get any gifts here."
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Google Review     |   18 Mar 2022
"Great place to visit. Its free. Its interactive. Its indoors with air conditioning! The staff are friendly and helpful. The exhibits are informative and detailed. Gives a great understanding about how Chinese in Singapore developed on this island to be truly unique and Singaporean. A fun exhibition for the whole family young and old."
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Google Review     |   26 Jul 2021
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What is the nearest MRT Station to SINGAPORE CHINESE CULTURAL CENTRE ?
The nearest MRT Station from SINGAPORE CHINESE CULTURAL CENTRE is Tanjong Pagar EW15,DT17,TE19 MRT

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