The Fullerton Hotel, A National Monument of Singapore 2015

The Fullerton Hotel, A National Monument of Singapore 2015



The Fullerton Building has been gazetted as Singapore’s 71st National Monument on 7 December 2015.

Since 1928, the building has stood prominently at the Singapore River, watching over the inspiring transformation of the nation through tumult, tribulation and triumph. Beyond its grand façade and monumental architecture, the landmark is filled with countless and poignant memories from the colonial era till present day.

Today, The Fullerton Hotel is proud to make her mark in the annals of Singapore’s illustrious past, and as we reflect upon the legacy of the Fullerton Building, we also look forward to the future of creating new memories and experiences for our guests.

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