Patterned Floor Tiles, Boutique Hotels, And More: Things To See And Visit According To Crazy Rich Asians

Crazy Rich Asians is making it big in the entertainment industry, and what better way for fans to enhance their experience by visiting the locations where memorable scenes were shot, like the iconic pattered floor tiles and shuttered windows of the one-way road where Eleanor and Rachel had their showdown?

 

Ann Siang Hill

Viewers with keen eyes may have noticed the distinct patterned floor tiles and arched doorways of the one-way road in the country’s Chinatown. This actually reflects the country’s rich history, as it was built during the colonial era. So not only is it a memorable scene in the movie, it is a testament to the country’s heritage as well.

 

CHIJMES

When Araminta and Colin got married, they had the opportunity to say their vows in a stunning Victorian-Gothic style complex in CHIJMES. It was actually a historic complex, with its first building built as early as 1852. Over time, the place had to be renovated, and in 1996, the complex became a home to restaurants and trendy bars in the area. The chapel where the wedding of the century was show is a function hall and events venue.

 

Merlion Park

This location is known to all, whether you are a fan of Crazy Rich Asians or not. Arguably one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country, the Merlion Park was originally built in 1972, but its famous statue was relocated to the other side of the Esplanade Bridge around 2002. Many tourists like posing in front of this statue as if they are catching the stream of water coming out of the fountain.

 

Gardens by the Bay

After Colin and Araminta’s wedding, they all then proceeded to the reception, which was shot at the Garden by the Bay. It is another famous tourist attraction in the country, popularized by its Supertree Grove— tree like structures that tower over foreign and local tourists alike. The OCBC Skyway is one of the most popular attractions in the Gardens by the Bay. It is an aerial walkway that is 128 meters in length. You’d have to pay SGD 8 to access this walkway, but the surrounding areas and outdoor gardens are all free.

 

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