Hong Lim Park - Singapore's first public garden
Hong Lim Park is a historic Singapore site, named after the wealthy businessman Cheang Hong Lim, who donated the land to create the park. Opened in 1885, Hong Lim Park is Singapore’s first public garden and was the backdrop to several important political rallies and election speeches throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Today, the park is a leafy oasis in the heart of Chinatown and home to Speaker’s Corner, a designated area where residents of Singapore can gather to demonstrate, hold exhibitions and give performances.
Visit Hong Lim Park
Hong Lim Park is bound by North Canal Road, South Bridge Road, Upper Pickering Street and New Bridge Road in Singapore’s Chinatown precinct. The park is a short 10-minute drive or 30-minute walk from Pan Pacific Singapore, and is accessible by MRT from Clarke Quay Station. Singapore’s Riverside attractions, including popular spots like Clarke Quay, Marina Bay and the CBD, are all nearby.
Stay at the heart of the action with a hotel near Hong Lim Park when you book a room or suite at Pan Pacific Singapore.