Sweet Suites: Fullerton Bay Hotel's Themed Suites

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In the short span that Singapore's Fullerton Bay Hotel, it is already stirring up quite a bit of chatter over its themed suites. Located on the top three levels of the hotel, five ethnic-themed suites and the Presidential Suite offer completely unobstructed views of the city skyline and Marina Bay.

We hear the suites are named after the cultures that contributed to the makeup of Singapore, such as the Chinese, Malay, Indian, Peranakan and Colonial cultures. We love that the suites are named after ex-Governors of the Straits Settlements (think Sir Hugh Clifford, Sir Shenton Thomas, Sir William Cleaver Francis Robinson, Sir John Anderson and Major General Sir William Orfeur Cavenagh).

Top digs: The Presidential Suite offers a fusion of the ethnic cultures, colonial influences and cosmopolitan qualities of Singapore.

For more information visit www.fullertonbayhotel.com.
 

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