Where East Meets West,
And Old Meets New

Far East Square, a mixed-used development is an award-winning conservation project when it first opened in 1999. A hotspot for social gatherings and business meetings, the distinctive developement comprises a suite of F&B establishments, retail shops and kiosks, offices, a boutique hotel and a museum.  

Far East Square exudes a quaint and vibrant atmosphere.  Take a walk down memory lane and bask in Singapore's history by starting  the heritage trail from Fuk Tak Chi Museum to evoke nostalgia memories through sights of historical artifacts and records. From beers to local beverages like Teh Tarik and traditional Wanton noodles to exquisite fusion dining haunts, cosy cafes to the trendy bars, Far East Square brings about a charm and rustic feel of East meets West. Come night, the place is a bustling sight of merrymaking and dining gatherings amongst the working crowd and business travellers.  

Located within the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District, Far East Square is Just a short walk from the Raffles Place MRT station and Telok Ayer MRT Station with a wide network of public transports available.