One for all
Savour Amara Singapore offers something for every type of traveller to the Lion City.
What began as an amorphous ball of dough quickly becomes slivers of wheat noodles under the blinding flurry of Jack Huang’s blade. The chef from Inner Mongolia is creating dao xiao mian - willow-shaped noodles that are thin at the edges, thick in the centre - s erved i n c hicken b roth a nd drizzled with chilli oil, one of the unique items at Amara Singapore’s Silk Road restaurant.
Equidistant from the bustling Central Business District and the energetic Chinatown, Amara Singapore in thriving Tanjong Pagar is a neat summary of what makes the island nation great: commerce, cuisine and culture. Expansive windows in the rooms offers glimpses of the distinctive Marina Bay Sands, the sprawling temples along South Bridge Road and the cranes of the Port of Singapore; so whether it is trade or tourism, the hotel is a perfect base for either. Or just a perfect vantage point to admire the view, while lying on very soft beds.
The swimming pool, however, might trick you into thinking of an actual jungle, not a concrete one. The dark timber, slate tiles and lush greenery seem more Samui than Singapore. Elsewhere, a litany of amenities – gym, spa, wedding pavilion, meeting rooms, expansive conference facilities and the 100AM mall next door – fulfils the needs of any type of traveller. Similarly, the hotel’s culinary offerings cater to every taste bud; Silk Road for authentic Chinese, Cafe Oriental for local delights, Tea Room for sweet bites with TWG premium teas, Bar-roque Grill for French rotisserie, Alphabet for lounge drinks and Element for an all-encompassing dining experience. Being comprehensive as a hotel can be a challenge, but Amara Singapore succeeds in achieving that, and more. singapore.amarahotels.com ≠
The hotel is a perfect base for trade or tourism.