Fullerton Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Giovanni Viterale with Chok Tong Goh, courtesy of The Fullerton Hotel SingaporeAt the ceremony of the hotel's 10th anniversary on March 30, Singapore's senior minister, Chok Tong Goh, was the guest of honor, continuing in the tradition of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, which began in 2001 when he officiated the hotel's opening in 2001 as the guest of honor.

As part of the restored Fullerton Heritage district, the hotel also launched the special edition commemorative book, The Fullerton Heritage: Where the Past Meets the Present, celebrating and paying tribute to the waterfront, including its history and evolution.

Extending 1.4 million square feet along the waterfront the Fullerton Heritage district is a dining and hospitality commuity, also including the Fullerton Bay Hotel, The Fullerton Waterboat House, One Fullerton, Clifford Pier and Customs House. Pictured right is The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s general manager, Giovanni Viterale, with Chok Tong Goh, perusing the new commemorative book.

For more information, visit www.fullertonhotel.com.

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