How to reach Capri by Fraser, China Square
Information to help you learn more about the location and the city. Capri by Fraser, China Square, is a hotel near Chinatown and Clarke Quay.
Capri by Fraser, China Square / Singapore
181 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058743
Tel:+65 6437 0888
Facilities within the vicinity
- The closest train stations nearby are Chinatown (NE4, DT19), Telok Ayer (DT18) and Raffles Place station (EW14, NS26). A 1-minute walk to Chinatown & Telok Ayer station and a 7-minute walk to Raffles Place station.
- The closest local hawker (food) centre is Hong Lim Food Centre, which is just a 3-minute walk away.
- 7-11 convenience store (24-hr) is a 2-minute walk away.
- The closest ATM (automated teller machine) is 1-minute walk away.
- For banks, OCBC, UOB and DBS can be reached by foot in 6, 9 and 13-minutes respectively.
- A car park is available at the basement of Capri by Fraser, China Square / Singapore.
- Marina Bay Waterfront is about a 10-minute walk away, near Marina Bay Sands.
- Capri by Fraser, China Square is near to some of the most popular things to do and see in Singapore, such as Sentosa, Clarke Quay and Marina Bay Waterfront.
- Embassies of the United States, China, Japan, Philippines, Australia, and the British High Commission are about 10-15 minutes away by car.
- Many dining options are available along Nankin Street, which leads to Capri by Fraser, China Square / Singapore.
- The closest dental clinic is a 3-minute walk away.
- The nearest medical clinic is about a 2-minute walk away.
- Postal Services are available at Singapore Post, located at People's Park Centre, which is a 5-minute walk away.
- An SPC petrol station is a 3-minute drive away.
A stay in Singapore is an East-meets-West, metropolis-meets-garden city experience that is both fulfilling and interesting. There are so many places to visit and attractions in Singapore. The cosmopolitan setting is a natural magnet for talent, investment and leisure, with a strong pro-business regime. The eclectic heritage sets the stage for a captivating work-live-play environment.
There is a large expatriate population living in Singapore. One of the many things they can find is food from home - and everywhere else. It has been said tongue-in-cheek that eating is a national pastime and, given the number of eateries from the ubiquitous food courts and coffee shops to cafes and fine dining establishments, there is no lack of dining choices. If you like to be out and about, there are so many things to do in Singapore – and all kinds of activities to enjoy.
How to get here
Start off from Changi International Airport;
Take Airport Boulevard to ECP (East Coast Parkway);
Continue onto ECP;
Take Exit 15 into Rochor Road;
Turn left into North Bridge Road;
Continue onto South Bridge Road;
Pass the Great Eastern Building and stay left;
Turn left into Chin Chew Street.
Estimated time: 23 minutes
From Changi International Airport
Estimated taxi fare: SGD30
Changi Airport MRT station (CG2) is accessible by foot from Terminal 2 or Terminal 3;
Transfer to the Downtown line at Expo station (DT35);
Travel 17 more stops and alight at Telok Ayer (DT18);
Capri by Fraser, China Square is a 1-minute walk away.
Estimated time: 55 minutes
Estimated fare: SGD2.00
Walk to the bus stop at Changi Airport Passenger Terminal Building 2, Passenger Terminal Building 2 Basement;
Board Bus 36 and alight at Neptune Court, Marine Parade Road, 8 stops later;
From the same bus stop, board Bus 197 and alight at Opposite Hong Lim Complex, South Bridge Road, 29 stops later.
Capri by Fraser, China Square is a 2-minute walk away.
Estimated time: 74 minutes
Estimated fare: SGD1.83
Essential facts about the City
Malay, Tamil and Chinese are widely spoken as the secondary languages.
Visas & Special Passes
The granting of visitor passes is determined by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore officers at the point of entry. Further details may be obtained at www.ica.gov.sg.
Singapore Dollar (SGD). International currencies such as the US, Australian and Brunei dollar, Yen, British Pound and Euro are also accepted in most major shopping centres and big departmental stores. Brunei currency is acceptable at par with the Singapore currency.
Most restaurants and hotels will add a 10% service charge, so tipping is not necessary.
Mondays to Fridays, 10:00 to 15:00 hours
Saturdays, 09:30 to 13:00 hours
Saturdays, 09:30 to 15:00 hours (some bank branches only)
Sundays, 09:30 to 15:00 hours (some bank branches only)
Companies, Government Offices
Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:30 or 18:00 hours
Saturdays, 09:00 to 12:30 hours (some offices only)
Daily, 10:00 to 21:30 hours
Singapore has two mobile phone networks – GSM900 and GSM1800, and three mobile telephone service providers – SingTel, M1 and StarHub. International calls are inexpensive and can be made using most hotel phones and mobile phones.
Singapore's medical facilities are among the finest in the world. Over-the-counter drugs can be bought at pharmacies, which are located at supermarkets, department stores, hotels and shopping centres. Registered pharmacists generally operate from 09:00 to 18:00 hours on weekdays should you require prescription drugs. Most hotels have their own doctor on-call around the clock. Other doctors are on Yellow Pages.
220–240 volts AC, 50 cycles per second.
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