- 15 minutes by taxi from Changi International Airport
- 15 minutes drive to downtown Orchard Road
- 15 minutes drive to World Trade Center
- 7 minutes drive to Singapore Expo
- 8-minute walk to Paya Lebar or Eunos MRT station (subway/train)
- 5-minute walk to bus stop
- Bus No. 2 - Chinatown
- No. 7 - Orchard Rd (downtown)
- No. 24 - Changi International Airport
Directions from Airport:
- Take ECP Expressway from Airport
- Exit at Marine Parade
- Proceed along Still Road
- Turn Left to Changi Road
- Turn Left to Joo Chiat Road
- For detailed directions, click here
- Next to Joo Chiat Complex where you find great bargains
- Close to City Plaza shopping mall
- 15 minutes drive to downtown Orchard Road, detailed directions click here
- 5-minute walk to Geylang Serai Malay Village, where 50 kampung shops display batiks, ready-made baju kurung & kebaya, rustic furniture, and much more. Best place for bargain hunters and sovenir collectors. Try-out the traditional Malay massage.
Culture & Entertainment:
- Located right in the bustling eating district of Katong & Geylang, famous for the best authentic local food at reasonable prices
- 8-minute walk to Singapore's only "floating restaurant" on concrete stilts above a pond. Serves a variety of seafood and Chinese provincial cuisines.
- 5-minute walk to Dyan Cuisine by Restoran Temenggung, the only "Kampung Family Garden Restaurant" in Singapore. A 2-story wooden house on stilts with a rich cultural set-up, the restaurant offers a sumptuous spread of Indonesian and Malay cuisine for lunch and dinner.
- 5-minute walk to food court & eating outlets. Enjoy a huge palette of local delights (satay, mee rebus, mee siam), Malay, Chinese, Indian, Thai and even Western cuisine at affordable prices
- 5-minute walk to to Geylang Serai Malay Village. The Malay Village offers visitors a taste of Malay culture, tradition & kampung life. Enjoy popular stage performances like the 'Singgahsana show' (Sang Nila Utama Show), 'The Wedding Show', & musical instrument performances like Kuda Kepang and Gamelan. View cultural artifacts at the Malay Cultural Museum, and stroll through the Kampung Days to revisit traditional malay lifestyle in the 50s and 60s.
- Close to exotic shophouses, lively bazaars and entertainment areas eg. pubs & wine bars.