Scarlet Hotel Singapore

Written By bryanboy

It’s no secret I’ve been to Singapore quite a number of times in the past. It’s one of my favourite places in the world. I usually tend to stay at larger hotels — Four Seasons, St. Regis and of course, the massive Marina Bay Sands. While you generally know what to expect with the big branded hotels, sometimes it’s nice to take a gamble and stay somewhere with a touch of charm. Afterall, I’m only in Singapore for a night and I wanted to do three things — buy a new computer, have chicken rice and chilli crabs.

Queenie and I booked a room at the Scarlet hotel. It’s located in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown — literally next door to the Maxwell Road food center. I’ll tell you more about the reason why we wanted to go there, too.

Bryanboy at the Scarlet Hotel Singapore
Bryanboy wearing camouflage pants at the Scarlet Hotel Singapore
Bryanboy at the Scarlet Hotel Singapore lobby
Red walls and seats at Scarlet Hotel Singapore
Bryanboy in a Topman jacket at Scarlet Hotel Singapore
Queenie at Scarlet Hotel Singapore

Jacket from Topman, shirt by Penguin Paul (South Korea), pants by Xkin at Haji Lane (Singapore), shoes by Prada

28 Comments

  1. cecile

    you look amazing. i live in l.a. and saw you walking down the street – about 8 people turned…looked and said, “who is that?” when you walked by. such beautiful charisma, you have.

    xoxo

    Cecile In L.A.

  2. Hello,bryan,when i see this title,i deside to read it,because i love singapore so much,the culture,the food,and the people there,i have the same passion with you-fashion&culture.Here is my blog,if you have time maybe you can read it,and give your advice,thanks for bringing so much amazing posts

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