As a prominent and sought-after project, Royal Hallmark is located at 1 Haig Lane, District 15 Singapore. It can be said that the project is interested by investors because of its favorable location in a low-density residential area. Orchard Road or Central Business District (CBD) via Pan Island Expressway is only 10-15 minutes (PIE) from this project location. District 15 is one of the popular areas sought after by locals. These include areas like Katong, Joo Chiat and Amber Road. Located in a mature land, residents will enjoy a long list of amenities surrounding the Royal Hallmark apartment building. The project is within a few minutes' drive south of the East Coast Parkway (ECP) via Tanjong Katong Road.
Possessing an enviable location, when living at Royal Hallmark Condo, residents can easily move less than 5 minutes drive north in the direction of Paya Lebar Quarters (PLQ). As for PLQ, it is the latest development that has just been completed and is part of Singapore's movement towards decentralization. This business model currently includes 2 Grade A offices and is rented by a number of multinational corporations and companies. It is known that PLQ serves as a place for relaxation and entertainment including shopping malls and cinema complexes. Royal Hallmark Residences will benefit and take advantage of this potential in the long run. Currently, residents can use existing facilities at PLQ, shop for everything they need at Singpost center and Paya Lebar square.
Royal Hallmark is within a short distance to nearby commercial centers and heritage areas.
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Surrounded by long-standing values, Royal Hallmark Residences is a preferred apartment when located in an area rich in cultural history and heritage. Located near Joo Chiat and Geylang Serai, these places are home to a rich Malay heritage. Enjoy the liveliness of the venue with its wide range of delicious food and shopping at Geylang Serai Food Center & Market all year round. Especially during the festival period, residents can enjoy the beautiful lights that light up the night sky. Just across the street is the Joo Chiat Complex, where you can shop for home furnishing needs like carpets and curtains. In addition, the many shops lining the streets offer residents unlimited choices of local foods and cuisines.
If you are a culture enthusiast and are interested in Peranakan culture? Joo Chiat Colourful Shophouses, steeped in Peranakan history, is a hidden gem and a must-visit. Exploring the shops in Joo Chiat is an impressive experience that will never stop. Home to the Peranakans (strait-born Chinese folk) best known for their fiery temperaments and cuisine as well as matriarchal system, this neighborhood is always full of life, possessing some The best restaurant in the country. Located in the East of Singapore, Joo Chiat is not just a densely populated area. Delving into history, Joo Chiat has always been synonymous with Peranakan culture. The Peranakans are defined as the strait-born Chinese, descendants of Chinese immigrants to Malaya between the 15th and 17th centuries. The men are known as 'Baba' and the women, ' Nyonas'. This eclectic mix of cultures has resulted in a unique mingling of cultures within Peranakan communities, unique to Southeast Asia.
The colorful Joo Chiat Heritage Town with its outstanding row of townhouses is a must-visit attraction for Royal Hallmark's residents.
Detailed close-up of the lines and colors of the window frames at Joo Chiat Colorful Shophouses.
Royal Hallmark Condo is surrounded by cultural, historical and human imprints, creating a life that combines the past and the present, bringing newness and maintaining the tradition in you.
Geylang Serai Market is a famous traditional market with a variety of cuisines and goods that any Singaporean knows. Once one of Singapore's oldest Malay settlements, Geylang Serai gets its name from the cultivation of numerous serai (lemongrass) trees in the district in the second half of the 19th century. With a colorful past living in the gates Restored shops, religious establishments and traditional eateries, Geylang Serai is filled with stories to discover.
One of the largest and busiest food markets in Singapore, Geylang Serai Market is both an important social hub and a great place to expand your culinary horizons with some of the country's traditional dishes. Malay. Stingray Asam pedas (sour and spicy stew), beef rendang (braised meat cooked in coconut milk and spices) and goreng pisang (fried banana) are just some of the Malay dishes offered at the hawker centre. , located on the second floor of the Fresh Fish Market.
A corner of Geylang Serai Market landscape with ancient features and bold Malay architecture
Area distribution map of small markets at Geylang Serai Market.
Next up, Haig Road Food Center is the largest food center in Geylang Serai and boasts an array of delicious dishes, including roti john (omelette bread) and putu piring (steamed rice flour cake with gula melaka) (palm sugar)). The owner of Haig Road Putu Piring, Mohamad Hashim, has spent over two decades perfecting this traditional sweet, which he learned to make from his grandmother.If your visit to the vicinity coincides with the month of Ramadan, be sure to visit Geylang Serai Bazaar. During this period, the bustling streets are transformed with lights, festivals and a variety of traditional and modern street food. You can enjoy pasar malam (night market) dishes like vadai (Indian savory donuts) and mee kuah (noodles in a spicy red broth).