Pajasa Service apartments is a leading service apartments provider which provides budget to premium service apartments across Singapore Island. Some of the areas where we provide service apartments are Clementi, Hougang, Robertson Quay, Quantum Park, Tanjong Pagar, Queenstown, Novena, Bukit Timah, Hougang etc. The recent trends have revealed that most of the companies all over the world have shifted to service apartments from hotels. Service apartments cost almost less than 30% than even budget hotels and the savings on food and laundry charges are close to 60%. The latest report of GSAIR (Global Service Industry Report) proves that most of the corporate the world over are preferring to accommodate their employees in serviced apartments instead of hotels. Pajasa can provide a number of options for quality service apartments in Chinatown Singapore.
The name Chinatown was mainly used by the Americans. Chinatown is basically an ethnic enclave and subzone situated in the Outram area in the Central Area of Singapore. Chinatown has a densely populated ethnic Chinese population and it features very distinct Chinese culture. Chinatown has a very significant historical and cultural importance and many sections of it has been declared as national heritage sites by the Urban Development Authority designated for conservation. The native name of Chinatown is Niu che chui, which means a “bullock water cart”. You can find a number of budget hotels and basic to premium quality service apartments in Chinatown Singapore.
Chinatown comprises four sub areas called Telok Ayer, Krets Ayer, Bukit Pasoh and Tanjong Pagar, which were at different times. All the areas were developed between 1900 and 1920s. The complex of Chinatown is situated along Smith Street, which was also known as hei yuan kai or Theatre Street due to the very famous Cantonese Opera Theatre Lai Chun Yuen, which opened way back in 1887. Even though Chinatown is still known for its cultural diversity, most of the residents are Cantonese. The street architecture of Chinatown’s buildings is unique, which combines Victorian and Baroque Architecture and do not have a single classification. Pastel is the most dominant colour and Pagoda Street, Trengunnu Street, and Temple Street are some of the finest examples of this architecture, which features prominently in development in the houses in Club Street and Upper Cross Street. Along the Singapore River, Boat Quay has the most shops houses on the island. There are multiple options of studio, 1, 2 and 3 BHK service apartments in Chinatown Singapore.