Located where the dynamic developments of Marina Bay intersect with the world famous Singapore skyline and where the historic district meets the future, The Fullerton Heritage precinct is the focal point for waterfront fine dining, upscale shopping and entertainment. The waterfront development’s architecture which combines both the historical and contemporary adds vibrancy to the area’s long-established cultural heritage and central business district. An exquisite dining and hospitality complex, the precinct consists of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, One Fullerton, The Fullerton Pavilion, Clifford Pier and Customs House.
Sino Group is one of the leading property developers in Hong Kong. Widely diversified, the Group comprises private companies owned by the Ng Family as well as three companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange:
The Group's core business is developing properties for sale and investment. Its property portfolio encompasses residential properties, offices, industrial buildings and shopping malls. The Group has developed more than 200 projects in China (Hong Kong and Mainland) and Singapore, spanning a total attributable plot ratio area of over 76.5 million sq ft.
Our core business is complemented by an array of property services. Sino Property Services, the property services arm of the Group, provides one-stop-shop services ranging from property management, car park management, cleaning and environmental services to security services. Sino Group is also a key player in hotel and club management.
Sino Group currently employs about 11,000 employees, who are committed to delivering quality properties and services to surpass customers’ expectations.
Sino Group also has a significant presence in Singapore. Far East Organization, the Group's sister company, is the island nation's largest private property developer, it is also the only real estate developer that has won eight awards at the internationally acclaimed FIABCI Prix d'Excellence since 1999.
Yeo Hiap Seng, another affiliate company of Sino Group, specialises in the food and beverage business in Asia Pacific, and has an established presence in Southeast Asia and China's beverage market.
As a socially responsible business, The Fullerton Heritage adopts a proactive approach to establish the best practices of corporate social responsibility into our business through our respective Fullerton Arts, Heritage, Care and Green programmes.
Dedicated to promoting the local art and culture scene, as well as infusing art within the cityscape, The Fullerton Heritage initiated The Fullerton Art Programme in 2009. Art exhibitions are showcased around at The Fullerton Heritage precinct, adding a touch of colour to the rich heritage and culture. Besides providing premier venues for art and cultural events, The Fullerton Art Programme aims to promote locally established and budding artists by providing the artists with the needed visibility for their works and talents. In 2016, The Fullerton Heritage was awarded with the Distinguished Patron of the Arts Award by National Arts Council Singapore.
For enquiries on our art gallery spaces, please contact (65) 6557 2590 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fullerton Heritage is committed to showcase Singapore’s unique history and rich heritage through the preservation and restoration of our historic buildings. The respect for heritage and the integration of its elements into our lifestyle destination is a unique and distinct aspect of our precinct. By promoting heritage conservation, we strive to preserve local history and culture in support of enhancing collective memories.
The core tenet of our Fullerton Care Programme is to reach out to family units in Singapore. We believe that the reinforcement of the family units is a way to strengthen the social fabric of our society, and enrich Singapore’s unfolding history that finds its birth in The Fullerton Heritage precinct.
Our family-focused initiatives and community care outreach programmes have sought to strengthen the family unit through various platforms and events with partners such as People’s Association, Ministry of Social and Family Development, Hope Centre Singapore, Beyond Social Service and Mainly I Love Kids (MILK) Fund.
The Fullerton Heritage recognises the importance of sustainable development and environmental protection. Over the past years, we have successfully restored and preserved key iconic landmarks such as the Fullerton Building, Clifford Pier, Fullerton Waterboat House and Customs House, all of which have played significant roles in Singapore’s history. In the redevelopment of each historic building, careful steps were taken to restore unique architectural elements that were found to be in dire straits to their former glory. Manpower and resources have also been allocated to practice green property management, incorporate eco-friendly architectural designs and implement energy and water saving innovations.
Sino Group has been actively participating in sustainability initiatives both within the Group and with external stakeholders. Taking another step on the Group's sustainability journey, we published our inaugural annual Sustainability Report in 2011.
The report highlights the Group's Corporate Sustainability performance and initiatives which demonstrate our commitment to building a sustainable future. Key sustainability areas in relation to Group's social, environmental and economic performance are discussed in the report.
The Fullerton Heritage is proud to be recognized with the following awards:
As Singapore's premier hotels, we seek talented individuals who share our dedication in creating the finest hospitality experiences for our guests. Join us and be part of The Fullerton Heritage.
If you are interested in a career with us, please apply with your full resume to email@example.com or via facsimile at +65 6877 8052.
You can also write to the Human Resources Department at:
Director of Human Resources
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
1 Fullerton Square
Food & Beverage Division
Sales and Marketing Division