Malaysia, 30 June 2015 – Far East Hospitality, Singapore’s largest and fastest growing operator for hotels and serviced residences, showcases the immense variety of international halal cuisine that all Muslim travellers in Singapore can enjoy during their celebrations for Hari Raya Puasa.
Singapore is internationally renowned for being a ‘food heaven’, where eating is considered a national pastime. Readily welcoming the culinary expertise and cultures of the world to its shores, it is truly easy for any traveller in Singapore to satisfy their palates, as our eating places offer a variety of mouth-watering dishes bar none.
“Singapore is a melting pot of cultures and this is strongly reflected in our food scene. As a home-grown hospitality brand, Far East Hospitality knows far more about Singapore than any other hospitality brands,” comments Chief Executive Officer Mr. Arthur Kiong. “Village Hotel Bugis and Village Hotel Albert Court are both strategically located in the Malay Heritage precinct, where some of the best international halal restaurants can be found such as the Landmark Restaurant helmed by celebrity chefs Chef Syed Shah and Chef Amri. This definitely brings guests to the heart of enjoying international cuisines in the area.”
Far East Hospitality has put together a unique Halal Food Trail Guide where Muslim travellers looking to celebrate Hari Raya Puasa can easily locate and enjoy international gourmet eats this festive season.
|Restaurants||Opening Hours||Price Range||Description||MRT Station||Getting There|
390 Victoria Street, #05-01 Village Hotel Bugis,Singapore 188061
International Halal Cuisine
|Monday to Sunday :6.30am to 11.00pm||SGD15++ onwards||The Landmark provides a perfect dining experience with elaborate delicious buffet breakfast, Lunch and Dinner serving international cuisine with Western, Asian, Indian and Mediterranean influences.||Bugis||Village Hotel Bugis|
|Pho 4 All
7 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199074
|Monday – Saturday:11:00 am to 3:00 pm (Lunch)3:00 pm to 6:00 pm (Closed)6:00 pm to 9:00 pm (Dinner)Closed on Sundays||SGD15||Tucked down Jalan Pisang, just off Arab Street, Pho 4A’s light, healthy Halal Vietnamese dishes offer five kinds of pho to tantalise taste buds, spring and summer rolls, distinctive Vietnamese salads, and much more.||Bugis||3 min walk from Village Hotel Bugis|
257 Beach Rd Singapore 199539
|Sundays to Wednesdays:11am to 10pmThursdays to Saturdays:11am to 11pm||SGD30||Fika serves authentic Swedish cooking with huge portions. Favourites include their Swedish meatballs and homemade cinnamon buns.||Bugis||2 min walk from Village Hotel Bugis|
25A Baghdad StreetSingapore 199664
|Mondays:10.45am to 10pmWednesdays and Thursdays:10.45am to 10pmFridays and Saturdays:10.45am to 2am
Sundays: 10.45am to10pm
|SGD19||La Marelle is a French fantasy-themed café and boutique store with whimsical décor. They servebreakfast sets, cakes and desserts. Favourites include the Windowsill Pie and stuffed croissants.||Bugis||4 min walk from Village Hotel Bugis|
“Far More Cultures”
Village Hotel Bugis by Far East Hospitality
Village Hotel Bugis is situated in the heart of Singapore’s Arab, Indian, and Peranakan enclaves, making it ideal for travellers looking to explore the origins of Singapore’s multiculturalism. With a style and locale that are reminiscent of the country’s rich cultural flavours, the Village Hotel Bugis also offers the best in convenience: it is located near Bugis MRT station, and popular shopping destinations Bugis Junction and Bugis+.
Just a stone’s throw away from the hotel is the grand Sultan Mosque in Arab Street, an official national monument built in 1824, and a focal point for the local Muslim community. The surrounding Kampong Glam area is also steeped in Malay history, as it was allocated to the Malay, Bugis, and Arab people in Sir Stamford Raffles’ original ‘town plan’ for Singapore when it was still under British rule in 1822.
“Far More Heritage”
Village Hotel Albert Court by Far East Hospitality
A melting pot of Indian and Peranakan influences, Village Hotel Albert Court features Straits Chinese carvings that adorn the walls of its buildings, which are conserved pre-war shop houses. The hotel’s architecture and design, in particular its charming courtyard, contain many motifs that also highlight Singapore’s colonial heritage.
Located near the areas of Rochor, Little India, Bugis and Dhoby Ghaut, guests of Village Hotel Albert Court can choose to explore iconic landmarks such as the Mustafa Centre, Sungai Road Thieves’ Market, Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple and hidden gems along Arab Street that present a unique side of Singapore.
A Holiday with Far More Perks
When booking hotels or serviced residences through www.StayFarEast.com, guests are eligible to apply for an exclusive Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour where guests can explore and rediscover Singapore on the FunVee City Tour Open-top Bus. On top of that, guests who book Club Rooms under Far East Hospitality hotels (except AMOY Hotel) are also given Far More Perks, which allows guests to have free 2-hour airport lounge access and guaranteed early check in from 10:00 a.m. or late check out until 4:00 p.m.
For more information, visit:
- Far More Perks Club-Benefits
- FunVee Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour