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SINGAPORE, 30 March 2011 – Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong was the
Guest-of-Honour at a ceremony to commemorate The Fullerton Hotel’s 10th
anniversary today.     Senior Minister Goh was also the Guest-of-Honour to
officiate the opening of the Fullerton Hotel in 2001.

In commemoration of its 10th year anniversary, the hotel which is part of The
Fullerton Heritage, published The Fullerton Heritage: Where the Past Meets
the Present. The book serves to celebrate and pay tribute to the heritage
gems along Singapore’s signature waterfront that had witnessed many
defining moments of the city’s history, and have transformed in tandem with
the city’s progress.

Spanning 1.4 million square feet along the waterfront, The Fullerton Heritage
is an exquisite dining and hospitality complex that combines the historical and
the contemporary. It comprises The Fullerton Hotel, The Fullerton Bay Hotel,
The Fullerton Waterboat House, One Fullerton, Clifford Pier and Customs

“With The Fullerton Heritage, we wanted to bring refreshed and relevant
lifestyle choices to Singaporeans and travellers while upholding and sharing
with guests the historical value and legacy of this significant locale. The
Fullerton Heritage is not only located at a historically significant district. At the
same time, this district is part of the dynamic developments of Marina Bay that
are re-creating Singapore’s skyline,” says Mr. Giovanni Viterale, General
Manager of The Fullerton Heritage. “We published Where the Past Meets the
Present to chronicle the fascinating anecdotes in the history and development
of each of the six properties in The Fullerton Heritage.”

Earlier in July 2010, The Fullerton Heritage had also launched The Fullerton
Heritage Gallery at The Fullerton Hotel to showcase the history and culture of
the precinct. The 800-square foot gallery features displays that include
photographs, maps, stamps and philatelic materials that date back to 1932.

With the support of the National Heritage Board’s Heritage Industry Incentive
Programme (HI²P), The Fullerton Heritage together with the Singapore
Philatelic Museum has further developed The Fullerton Heritage Trail map to
guide visitors on a walking trail to discover firsthand the rich history and
diverse culture of the precinct and the neighbouring civic district.
Complimentary copies of the map will be made available to the public at The
Fullerton Heritage Gallery.

Viterale adds, “Where the Past Meets the Present encapsulates everything
about what the precinct was, is today and will be. It aims to mark the progress
of an area that is an important cornerstone in Singapore’s history.”

About The Fullerton Heritage

The Fullerton Heritage is an exquisite dining and hospitality complex consisting of The
Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, One Fullerton, Clifford Pier,
Customs House and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore. One Fullerton features an exciting
tenant mix with some of Singapore’s best restaurants, bars and entertainment concepts,
including chic cafes to fine-dining alfresco destinations serving Chinese, Italian and other
International cuisines. Globetrot and sample the various selections of Forlino, Jing, Pierside,
OverEasy, Sansui Sumiyaki and Bar, Palm Beach Seafood and Society Bar. For intimate fine
dining and wining, The Fullerton Waterboat House has Le Saint Julien and Boathouse while
the restored Clifford Pier; a historic landmark being Singapore’s first port of call for immigrants,
anchors the modern Chinese restaurant, One on the Bund. Customs House, a stunning
celebration of Singapore’s past, has been transformed into a dining and entertainment
complex featuring Nueva Cuba, Kinki, Procacci, Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay and Oyster Bar.

About The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
Once home to the General Post Office, The Singapore Club and the Chamber of Commerce,
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is a luxury hotel with 400 rooms and suites carefully designed
to provide both business and leisure travellers with a sanctuary of serenity and comfort in
which to retreat and rejuvenate. Dynamically located in the heart of the financial and arts
districts, the hotel successfully blends rich heritage with contemporary style and personalised
service to offer guests a world-class accommodation experience. Epicureans can enjoy a
delectable array of dining selections. There are a total of 5 restaurants and bar in the hotel,
namely Town Restaurant serving International buffet and a la carte menu, Jade features
modern Chinese cuisine, The Courtyard offers Indian buffet, Japanese buffet, Afternoon tea
and The Lighthouse with breathtaking views of the bay serves modern Italian. Post Bar,
which features the original ceiling and pillars of the General Post Office, is the popular choice
amongst the trendy elite.

Aside from the dining selections, The Fullerton Hotel also features an exquisite and intimate
retail wing, home to the much-loved Ashley Isham flagship boutique as well as three
prestigious jewellers – Mouawad, Voi Jewellery and Raffles Jeweller. Art lovers can also visit
iPreciation, a contemporary Asian art gallery, while guests looking for rejuvenation can visit
the Asian Spa.

For media enquiries, please contact:

 Chloe Li/ Merissa Chong
 Assistant Marketing Communications Manager
 The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
 Tel: (65) 6877 8942 / 6877 8177
 Fax: (65) 6877 8010

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