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Newton is a planning area located within the Central Area of the Central Region of Singapore. The planning area is bounded by the following planning areas - Orchard and Museum to the south, Tanglin to the west, Novena to the north, Kallang to the northeast and Rochor to the east.
Newton's namesake Newton Road, however, is located within Novena Planning Area, and starts at Newton Circus in the south and ends at the junction with Thomson Road in the north.
Occupying an area north of the renowned Orchard Road shopping belt, the territory of Newton Planning Area includes the grounds of The Istana, the official residence and office of the President of Singapore.
Newton is now known for its varieties of food. Newton Circus has become the site of a major hawker centre, Newton Food Centre.
Visitors can use the North-South Line to get to Newton.
Buses are available around all parts of Singapore from 5.30am to midnight. Visitors will reach the destination at the bus stop number 40031.
Visitors can use the latest highway, the Central Expressway (CTE) which only takes around 20 minutes from the city, depending on the traffic.
Changi Airport is located in the city. Visitors can grab a taxi or a bus from the airport to reach Newton.
Apart from famous food centres such as Golden Shoe and Old Airport Road Food Centre, Newton Food Centre is another popular eating spot that can satisfy your cravings for hawker food. And with close to 100 stalls, it is no wonder this food centre got chosen to be featured in Crazy Rich Asians. Here is a guide to make your experience in Newton Food Centre one that is as awesome as Rachel Chu’s first meal here.
Among the meals that are a must to try are the Hokkien mee, noodles, chilli crab and popiah. You can also find icy cold beers here.
Located only 1.2km from Newton, Orchard Road serves everything you need. From luxury retail to world-class international cuisines, Singapore’s most famous shopping precinct is home to a wealth of experiences.
Orchard Road’s humble beginnings date back to the early 1830s when it was an unnamed road home to fruit orchards, nutmeg plantations and pepper farms. In 1958, Orchard Road’s first department store—TANGS—was set up by local merchant C.K. Tang. Then known as House of Tangs, it marked the neighbourhood’s first step towards becoming Singapore’s most beloved shopping district.
Orchard Road’s bustling boulevard is now a retail and dining paradise, with over 5,000 establishments offering the ultimate lifestyle experience to tourists and locals alike.
Origin Bar’s cocktails are inspired by five key districts of Singapore: Orchard, Chinatown, Little India, Boat Quay and Marina Bay. Bar Manager and Slovakian native, Adam Bursik, has carefully concocted each cocktail to reflect the colours, flavours and historical anecdotes of the different neighbourhoods. The namesake, Origin, is a spicy gin-based cocktail made with sugar cane honey, nutmeg, pepper, charred pineapple and lime husk wine; Leaf the Curry, a tart-sweet rum cocktail features curry leaf, tamarind and green cardamom; Buona Vista, an ode to journeys and settlement. It offers notes of coffee, fig, distilled hazelnut, chocolate and Campari; and The Pearl, boasts a smooth and floral bouquet of Black Forest gin with tofu, elderflower, sea grapes and Mugi shochu.
As an award-winning hotel on Orchard Road, Mandarin Orchard Singapore makes for an ideal base to explore the city’s shopping and entertainment district.
Mandarin Orchard Singapore is an icon of world-class Asian hospitality in Singapore. The hotel’s 1,077 guestrooms and suites offer views of the city skyline, complemented by bespoke amenities, versatile meeting facilities, and a vibrant lineup of restaurants that includes two Michelin-star Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro.
Right on the doorstep of Mandarin Orchard Singapore is the high-end shopping destination, Mandarin Gallery, making for an all-encompassing retail and hospitality experience for guests of the hotel.
Sheraton Towers Singapore is strategically nestled in the heart of Singapore. The 5-star hotel is a mere 10-minute walk from Singapore's famous shopping belt, Orchard Road. It has 420 tastefully adorned rooms with modern amenities and conveniences, bringing you the utmost best experience during your stay. The hotel also boasts four on-site dining options, including the award-winning Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant that is bound to delight the most discerning palates.
For rejuvenation, a 24/7 fitness centre, in-house sauna and outdoor swimming pool are readily available for guests’ usage. For those wishing to explore the garden city, the nearby Newton Interchange Train Station links the Downtown and North-South Lines, making it easily accessible to the Central Business District and other major places of interests such as the Singapore Botanic Garden, Singapore's first UNESCO Site and Little India, a vibrant ethnic district.
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