Royal Hallmark is one of the sought-after projects with a prime location in the Katong, district 15. The Katong area has developed into a residential area in the suburbs. The British educated middle class gradually increased and poured into this area, including the Peranakan group and the Eurasian group. With a rich history and unique and rich culture, the condo is surrounded by beautiful galleries and museums, storing art objects and utensils that make up the cultural identity of the area. area. Explore some of the prominent galleries and museums surrounding this project right now.
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Royal Hallmark is known as the condo located at Katong, also known as Tanjong Katong, which is a residential area in the east of Central Singapore, in the Marine Parade planning area. It used to be located near the sea, but the land was expropriated as far as East Coast Park to provide more land for residential and recreational purposes due to land shortages in the late 1960s after Singapore's independence. Katong was the site of many villas and residences of the wealthy elite in the late 19th to mid-20th centuries. They made their fortunes in the Far East and built resorts, villas and Coastal manor houses along Katong's beach, starting at Katong Park to the end of the East Coast. Katong's rich cultural mix contributes to its unique cuisine.
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Just a 4-minute walk from Royal Hallmark Condo, Eurasian Heritage Gallery located at 139 Ceylon Road, Singapore 429744 (Eurasian Community House) contains the rich history and culture of the Eurasian community. Small but vibrant in Singapore, the people who have built the nation since the 1800s. The blend of Europe and Asia has resulted in a unique Eurasian culture that is constantly evolving. Some have even traced their family tree from fourteen generations to the 1600s!
Also within 1km of Royal Hallmark Residences, Black Earth Art Museum specializes in oriental art such as calligraphy and traditional Chinese ink and wash, with constant championing of both Singaporean and East Asian artists. Additionally, The Intan is also a nearby gallery with a collection of all things Peranakan, and more. It is an ambitious attempt to blend the beauty of the past into the contemporary home setting. In Intan, you can find many items and objects rich in Peranakan history. From carefully curated vases to intricate pieces of jewelry.
About a 6-minute drive from the project, Katong Antique House is located in Joo Chiat/Katong area. Katong Antique House is a prominent old house among shophouses. This well-preserved two-story house and shop has been carefully restored by the owner, Peranakan history and culture expert Peter Wee. This place will take visitors back to the past to return to a long-forgotten period. If you visit here, you will enjoy listening to interesting stories about Nonya heritage and culture at Katong Antique House. If you want to know more, don't be afraid to ask the owner about the stories from many years ago. As the fourth generation of Baba Peranakan and president of the Peranakan Association, he will happily entertain guests with colorful stories about Nonya's heritage and culture.
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Living With A Historical Touch In Katong at Royal Hallmark