Recommended as to visit place whether you just want to enjoy the architecture of a complex used to be convent, church & school or for dining and drinking.
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The Chijmes is an amazing piece of architecture on top of its rich history and religious significance. When I visited on a Sunday, there was a wedding, so I wasn’t able to appreciate the interior as no visitor was allowed. The exterior has a white...More
Historic Architecture Previously a Catholic Convent with a gothic style chapel. Good place for photography. Food Food and drinks are not cheap; but you do get what you pay for. Ambience is good, but gets real crowded when there are Happy Hour Deals.
Love the building because of the architecture. I went there to attend a wedding lately and really find it is a good option. There are a lot of restaurant there but is not for cheap eat. location wise is near to MRT.
Centrally located near hotels like Raffles and Fairmont, it offers so much choice in cafes and restaurants. It's a fascinating building and then you learn and appreciate it was once a convent - lots of interest just walking through.
Went here with my aunt who is living in Hong Kong. There’s a beautiful path to walk around and enjoy the view of Chijmes and have some drinks. It’s lots of fun if you can jump from restaurant to restaurant and tasting a little bit...More
Once a Convent, started by Sister Mathilda Raclot in 1854 to save abandoned children, mainly Chinese, this is now a thriving place for many restaurants. It ceased functioning as a refuge in 1983, however the whole presence of the place has been maintained in its...More
Very enjoyable area to spend some hours at any of the many restaurants available. They made a good job renewing the place.
This is a great little spot to grab something to eat or for a drink in Singapore. Located close to Raffles and Raffles City. There is almost every cuisine available for both inside or outside dining. The best restaurant I have experienced was the Coriander...More