Just seven minutes away from the Central Business District, Link Hotel is great for the business traveller who wants to get a glimpse into how locals live and eat in the short time they have in the city. Tiong Bahru is one of the oldest housing estates in Singapore and the neighborhood is still dotted with heritage buildings featuring art-deco style architecture and some of the island’s most loved food spots, including Por Kee Eating House and Hua Bee. The rooms might not be luxurious but they are spacious by boutique hotel standards and come with free Wi-Fi. Plus, the service is excellent and there’s a quiet rooftop bar that offers you great views of what is arguably one of the most charming neighborhoods in Singapore
The old and the new cohabit comfortably next to each other in Tiong Bahru. Nestled in among old-school hardware stalls and well-loved hawker stalls (mostly found at Tiong Bahru Market) are hipster cafes, restaurants and lifestyle stores.
50 Tiong Bahru Road, Singapore