Nearby Attractions

This is the nearby attraction of the KLIMT Cairnhill. The nearby attraction are Chinatown, Alive Museum, Church of Saint Adolphus, National Orchid Garden and Sasanarasi Buddhist Temple
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4D experience alive museum at suntec city

 

Alive Museum is where art comes to life! With the focus of creating a fun, entertaining and immersive 4D experience, it is also the world's largest chain of such an entertainment concept, where 3D art comes alive with clever painting, shading and drawing techniques. In addition, Alive Museum also features unique object art and digital art pieces. Each unique art piece is conceptualized, hand painted and crafted in Korea & Singapore. You will be thrilled & surprised by the visual effects. Have fun in one of the world's most creative museums - put on a pair of angel wings, float on a paper boat, and even fly with superman!

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Botanic Garden National Orchid Garden

 

National Orchid Garden is located within Singapore Botanic Garden. It houses a wide variety of exclusive orchids. This place was inaugurated in 1995 and presently displays about 60,000 orchids from 1000 orchid species. The most interesting part about the National Orchid Garden is the display and layout pattern of orchids. All the species are arranged as per the four seasons of the year. The yellow and cream orchids represent spring, red and pink signify summer. Purples are for autumn while snow white orchids epitomize the beautiful winter season..

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Church of Saint Adolphus at Novena

 

The Church of Saint Adolphus, or popularly known as Novena Church is not a parish church. Currently, under the care of Redemptorists priest, this church is also called the Novena Church as it is famous for novena prayer devotion. It is a traditional style of praying in which the devotees say prayers for nine successive weeks or days, either publicly or privately. As a result, followers usually attend Saturday Novena services more than they do Sunday masses. This church is also significant as it is what gave the town its name. Therefore it is culturally significant and you must visit it to marvel at its beauty.

Sasanarasi Buddhist Temple at Toa Payoh

 

It was built by a Burmese expatriate to serve the overseas Burmese Buddhist community and is, therefore, also known as the Burmese Buddhist Temple. It was previously located in Little India, off Serangoon Road, and was relocated to its current location in 1991. It is a multi-storied building, the interiors of which are embellished with paintings depicting events in Buddha’s life and on the third story is a standing gold image of Buddha. Surround by a halo of colorful lights, is a 3.3m tall Buddha statue built from a 10-ton block of marble.

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Singapore Chinatown

 

This new Chinatown is different and separate from the official Singapore Chinatown. Considering the official Chinatown too touristy, the increasing number of Chinese immigrants made their own to reflect more authentically the concept of Tang Ren Jie.

The famous painter Xu Bei Hong had made the Nanyang Huang Clan Association his residence for a while. It is home to an increasing number of businesses owned by Chinese immigrants and also has many Chinese restaurants serving authentic cuisines.