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CHIJMES (pronounced “chimes”) stands for the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus, a Neo-Classical style building which houses one of Singapore’s most aesthetically-pleasing dining and entertainment venues.
We were a group of 10 celebrating 2 of our friends birthdays and decided to try Lei Garden @ Chijmes. The place is situated in a good location and easily reached by public transport. The place has a nice ambience as well as was pretty...More
It is a place with good and chill vibes. I especially love the astroturf garden in the middle of Chijmes as you can enjoy the night with your loves one just by sitting there with the beanbags provided.
Turn to be one of the famous place for locals and tourists for eating and drinking. Chill out place with many restaurants and cafes, and bar for sure. Beautiful church and surroundings for being an event space, one of the place for wedding party to...More
The history of this place is very interesting and there are signboards to elaborate on the buildings. Today, the area is made up of restaurants where you can have a great time to catch up with friends. A little pricey but nice place to dine....More
Chijmes is a must visit when in Singapore! The historical convent, girl's school, church and grounds, first built in 1840, have all been pristinely restored and converted to a beautiful complex suitable for all ages.
Visit the stunning church and take a stroll around the...More
It’s an old cathedral that has been turned into a somewhat location for about 6 restaurants. So unless you plane on having an expensive meal for lunch, it’s not even worth visiting this place. There really isn’t much to see.
Chijmes is a beautiful place that has many restaurants and bars. It is also a place where various events are held. In the centre is a grassed area where you can sit and rest. Chijmes is located on Victoria Street.
Originally, this was a convent...More
Went in inadvertently as I crossed the street from the nearby Cathedral. Wide variety of places to eat and drink in a captivating setting surrounded by skyscrapers. Had lunch at "Prive" but I would have gone back for happy hour if I had the time.