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CHIJMES (pronounced “chimes”) stands for the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus, a Neo-Classical style building which houses one of Singapore’s most aesthetically-pleasing dining and entertainment venues.
After a busy business review it was a jice place to rewind. Eat at a pleasant place really what we need for relaxing. Nearby our business meeting at Carlton Hotel. Very convenient to reach, walking distance.
Chijmes was originally built in 1852 as a Catholic Convent and was restored for current commercial use in 1996. There are restaurants and shops established around the original church which is now a highly-prized (and exclusive) wedding venue in Singapore. In the movie "Crazy Rich...More
Stopped off at Chijmes for a look around as was near the Hop On Hop Off Bus stop. Nice area with a number of bars and restaurants to sit and relax at.
Not an absolute must see spot but a nice place to wander around...More
This has over the years become my favourite place in Singapore. The collection of bars, restaurants, cafes and outdoors in one upmarket location, which also has history attached to it - makes it a perfect choice for evening drinks or dinner. Love the overall buzz...More
This is a great place if you’re looking to eat or drink. There are so many options here, and it’s so easy to walk around them all and make your decision.
If you’re close by, and looking to eat or drink (or both), then check...More
I visited Chijmes after watching Crazy Rich Asians and trust me, it's a place worth going. It usually gets crowded at night but the view is truly spectacular. At the centre of the compound, there was a band singing with a restaurant built underground. If...More
This former convent school has been tastefully converted into restaurants and bars, on two layers with a sunken area. Obviously your dining experience would depend on where you ate and I cannot recall where my friend and I ended up for food and wine but...More
As Raffles hotel is currently rebuilt, this place provides currently the best insight into the colonial history of SG. At night it is just wonderfully illuminated. Clearly worth the trip and maybe a drink or two...
If you do not know about it you won’t be able to make out what it encloses inside. As you enter the compound you are completely bowled over by the stunning & imposing architecture of the church building and the surroundings. The huge open spaces...More