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Dine & Drink
10 SCOTTS exudes an aura of elegance and relaxation with its contemporary yet classic décor complemented by a breathtaking view of the five-metre cascading waterfall.
Considered one of the top Japanese ramen restaurants in Singapore, delight in a variety of ramen flavours with sides such as gyoza and chashu hotplate.
An intimate, 40-seat restaurant dedicated to showcasing simple yet beautiful artisanal French cuisine.
Xi Yan Shaw0.4 km
With menus crafted daily based on the fresh ingredients available, Xi Yan is considered one of Singapore’s premier casual Chinese restaurants for good reason.
Classic Arts & Culture
Originally a division of colonial Singapore for Chinese immigrants in the 1800s, today’s Chinatown features historical architecture, bustling shop houses and speciality food stalls.
Theatres on the Bay – Colloquially called “The Big Durians” for its distinctive design, this iconic piece of architecture houses performing art and music performances.
Eurasian Heritage Centre8.9 km
This heritage attraction takes you through the history and culture of the Eurasian community in Singapore.
Singapore Art Museum2.7 km
Explore a unique collection of artistic styles from acclaimed local and foreign artists in Asia at the very first art museum ever built in Singapore.
Singapore Fashion & Style
Takashimaya Shopping Centre0.8 km
Enjoy world-class shopping just ten walking minutes away from the hotel. Browse through over 180 specialty stores, boutiques and restaurants that offer a wide selection of chic designer labels, iconic food brands and lifestyle merchandise. Enjoy exclusive tourist privileges.
ION Orchard0.8 km
Just a two-minute walk from Grand Hyatt Singapore, explore over 330 fashion and gastronomic concepts from all over the world in one of Singapore’s most trend-focused malls.
With six levels of lifestyle consumer brands, cafes, designer boutiques and more, this style-centric hub is a five-minute walk from Grand Hyatt Singapore.
Tangs (Orchard)0.3 km
Embodying the cosmopolitan energy of today’s Orchard Road, the country’s pioneering local department store is conveniently located next to Grand Hyatt Singapore.
Getaways Within A Day
Pulau Ubin63.5 km
Meaning “Granite Island”, Pulau Ubin has thus far been untouched by urbanization. With most of its residents having left decades ago, explore how nature has taken over this place since the 1960s.
Chek Jawa62.2 km
With a beautifully rich biodiversity, the scenic Chek Jawa is home to numerous plants and animals on land and in the sea, attracting thousands of adventurers, bikers, hikers and scientific researchers.
Sister’s Islands10.6 km
Legend states this tropical duo of islands were created out of the misfortune of two sisters. Snorkel in the sparkling blue water or visit the Marine Park to observe the local marine life.
Kusu Island11.3 km
Translating to ‘Tortoise Island’ in Chinese, the island is home to sacred shrines and houses a number of swimming lagoons – a great spot for exploring local heritage off the beaten track.
Historic Destinations In Singapore
Fort Canning Park2.4 km
A place of major historical significance, this park has been the residence of founder Sir Stamford Raffles and a battle fort, but is a popular attraction and event venue today.
Kranji War Memorial19.3 km
Comprised of various memorial walls, this structure is dedicated to all the men and women who defended Malaya and Singapore from the invading forces in World War II.
The Istana3.0 km
Most notably the building the President of Singapore uses to receive and entertain guests, this palatial estate is open to the public on five selected statutory holidays every year.
The Changi Museum20.3 km
Displaying Singapore’s wartime history, learn about the Japanese Occupation, the infamous Changi Prison, and life as a prisoner-of-war.
Singapore Unique Outdoor Scene
Bukit Timah Hill12.5 km
Singapore’s highest hill retains one the few primary forests in the country and has one of the richest and most diverse ecological systems in the country.
Gardens by the Bay6.5 km
Featuring an awe-inspiring collection of flora, explore the captivating displays of flowers, trees, and other vegetation as you see first-hand why Singapore is called a “garden city”.
Singapore Botanic Gardens2.3km
A testament to Singapore’s reputation as a City in a Garden, the Botanic Gardens is the country’s first UNESCO Heritage Site featuring a treasure trove of over 60,000 plants, located mere minutes away from Orchard Road.
MacRitchie Reservoir Park6.0 km
A popular spot for nature enthusiasts, explore the forest and discover its inhabitants on the treetop walk and trails or enjoy a leisurely paddle through the calm waters.