Tanjong Pagar Centre

Tanjong Pagar Centre Singapore

All You Need To Know About Tanjong Pagar Centre

Tanjong Pagar Centre, a tall vertical city that combines premium-grade A office space, 181 luxurious homes, lifestyle and F&B, a 5-star business hotel, and an urban park into one finished building, is at the centre of the district’s evolution. It is the highest structure in Singapore, standing at 290 meters. The Tanjong Pagar Centre has changed the city’s look and made Tanjong Pagar the leading commercial and residential area in Singapore’s Central Business District.

Tanjong Pagar Centre Bazaar

The Building

The mixed-use Tanjong Pagar Centre tower development offers Grade-A offices, residences, retail space, and hospitality services between the city’s Central Business District and historic Chinatown. It has rapidly grown to become a hub of trade and culture. A 64-story tower, a 20-story building that stands alone, and a renovated Tanjong Pagar Park are all included on the property. 

The tallest structure in Singapore is a 64-story tower. It has offices and the opulent Wallich Residence, rising 290 meters. A viewing deck with a glass floor at the top offers panoramic views of the city and the nearby sea. The Sofitel Singapore City Centre business hotel and its amenities, including restaurants, a conference centre, a gym, and a pool deck overlooking the park, are housed in a smaller structure designed to match the low-rise conservation district of Chinatown.

Tanjong Pagar Centre Dining Area

Unique Dining Space

A new CBD food hub is Tanjong Pagar Centre. It ought to be well-liked among the office lunch crowd. If you’re looking for a dining option other than what you typically find at shopping malls, it can be a desirable place to go on the weekends and evenings. The City Room, a public urban park covered in a 15-meter-high solar panel glass canopy to keep out the elements, is a centrepiece of TPC. It serves as a venue for public art, unique occasions, and outdoor entertainment and is an excellent place for covered al fresco dining.

What to eat in Tanjong Pagar Center

The TPC offers a wide variety of inexpensive dining options. Many restaurants and cafes, ranging from well-known chains like Han’s, Kraftwich, and Starbucks to more recent or unusual establishments like Japan Rail Cafe, Hattendo, and Pura Brasa.

Dimbulah Coffee

Dimbulah, a speciality coffee company, has a full supper and beverage menu in its TPC location. It features a lovely outside seating area.

Tanjong Pagar Centre Interior

Kuro Maguro

Misaki Megumi Suisan, a distributor of maguro and sashimi in Kanagawa Prefecture, has developed a new dining concept called Kuro Maguro. To maintain maguro at its freshest, they use a specific process to freeze it at minus 60 degrees Celsius. They have donburi available in a range of price points.


Imakatsu is a tonkatsu-focused eatery that debuted its first location in 2009 in Japan and received the Michelin Bib Gourmand Award in 2015.


IndoChilli is an Indonesian restaurant serving various entrees from all across the Indonesian archipelago, from Bandung to Bali and Sumatra to Surabaya, as well as fusion meals combining Indonesian-Chinese culinary traditions and a Singaporean twist.

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