Thetraveljunkie.org – We were lucky enough to stay in a studio executive room at Capri by Fraser, Chinatown which was equipped with a modern bathtub, a well-equipped kitchenette with cooker hood, hob, microwave, mini-fridge and a Nespresso coffee machine. The interior was designed for business and leisure. And it was the perfect combination of colours and proudly embraced local heritage in such a hip and modern way.
The hotel is home to one of the best restaurants in Chinatown, JUN, where we had our daily breakfast and a delicious meal.
The menu and the space at JUN, are such a perfect juxtaposition of past and present. We adore the bird cages, reminiscent of the bird singing corners of old and the vibrant mural which weaves in stories of Singapore’s street culture. We can’t wait to go back.
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