Name Our Mascot!

2/7 Update: We’ve come to the end of this contest. Thanks to all those who’ve sent in your suggestions. 🙂
The winner will be announced at a later date, so stay tuned!



Introducing _____ the lamb, our new mascot!
Yes, it doesn’t have a name yet ☹ That’s where you come in!

Here’s your chance to win a 2D1N stay for 2 with Capri by Fraser: Simply send us your suggested names, & the one we pick to use, will be the winner!

To take part, just Like our Facebook Page, Share the post & send in your entries to with the heading: Name Our Mascot. Do include your reasoning behind the name as well!

Apart from the 2D1N stay, the winner will also receive a set of mascot plush toys, & the honour of naming our mascot! 

Contest closes on 2nd July 2013. Good luck!


Mid-Autumn Festival in Singapore

Every September, thousands of lanterns line the streets of Chinatown for a very special occasion – The Mid-Autumn Festival, also commonly referred to as the Mooncake or Lantern Festival. The actual day of the festival falls on 30th September 2012, but there’s plenty to do, eat, and see throughout the entire month though, so be sure to join in the festivities if you happen to be in Singapore during this time!

Mid-Autumn Traditions: Mooncakes
Mooncakes are traditional Chinese pastries that contain a thick and sweet paste, typically made of lotus seed or sweet bean, surrounded by a thin layer of crust. During the festival, you can get these delicious pastries from practically every single bakery/confectionary in Singapore, especially Chinatown.

According to ancient Chinese folklore, during the overthrowing of Mongol rule, the Ming revolutionaries passed messages hidden within mooncakes to coordinate the revolt. The revolution was a huge success, and the tradition of eating these mouth-watering cakes continues to thrive till date.

The 15th day of the Eighth Lunar Month is usually calculated to coincide of a full moon, and there’s no better time to watch the moon than during this time of the year! Families typically gather outdoors during this time to socialize with each other, eat moon cakes and drink tea around a circular table as a symbol of family reunion and longevity.

In Chinese folklore and culture, lanterns are said to be able to chase away evil spirits and demons. Regarded as an indispensable part of traditional lunar festivals, children and their families would either buy or make colorful lanterns for the Mid-Autumn and parade them in parks or along the streets.

Chinatown – Most of the Mid-Autumn festival action takes place here in Chinatown. With thousands of lanterns dressing up its streets and traditional performances, it is hard to not get caught up in the festivities.

In fact aside from the Chinese New Year, this is one of the few times where one can witness the famed ‘Chinese Dragon Dance’ in all its splendor and finesse.

Jurong Gardens (Chinese Garden) – Every year, this quiet little garden comes to life with the Mid-Autumn celebrations and the biggest lantern exhibition of the year. The garden’s pagodas, bridges and lakes teem with activity, as families and little children walk around with their lanterns whilst soaking up the festive atmosphere.

Getting There from Capri
Chinatown: From Changi Business Park, take Changi South Avenue 1 to the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), heading towards CTE. Take exit 15A that merges into CTE and head toward City. From CTE, take Exit 1B towards Outram Road, and then make a left turn to Eu Tong Sen Street, where Chinatown resides.

Jurong Gardens:  From Changi Business Park, take Changi South Avenue 1 to the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), heading towards Jurong. Take Exit 31 out onto Jurong Town Hall Road, and turn right onto Boon Lay Way. Jurong Gardens, or Chinese Gardens, is located right next to the Chinese Garden MRT Station (EW25).

If you are going to be Singapore during this time, stay with us at our newly opened Capri by Fraser, Changi City Singapore and take advantage of our promotions!


Opening Special

15th Aug 2012 – 15th Nov 2012
Enjoy rates from S$198++ for a limited season only!

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15th Aug 2012 – 6th Jan 2013
Stay 3 Nights for the Price of 2

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15th Aug 2012 – 6th Jan 2013
Get your 20% advantage off BAR!

The Early Bird Promotion from Capri by Fraser

Recharge your batteries at Capri by Fraser, our latest addition to Frasers Hospitality’s portfolio – Capri by Fraser Changi City has all the comforts you want and more. Designed to meet the lifestyle needs of the digital generation, Capri by Fraser cuts through the conformity of typical hotels by offering residents an extensive range of facilities and customisable services together with the comfort and convenience of a full serviced residence. Show your presentations using the interactive walls found in our state of the art meeting rooms and be always connected while on the go with our high-speed and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel residence. With 313 spacious studios with kitchenettes, and the smartest facilities designed around your lifestyle, Capri by Fraser in Singapore is the ideal choice for you.

Right now, Capri by Fraser is offering The Early Bird promotion for Changi City! From 15th August 2012 to 6th January 2013, choose from four different studio types:

  • Studio Superior
  • Studio Deluxe
  • Studio Premier
  • Studio Grand

With The Early Bird promotion, guests get complimentary breakfast for 2 persons and the ‘stretch it’ option, where you get to check in two hours early or check out two hours late. Pretty good if you need to catch a few more winks!


  • 313 studios, all with kitchenettes
  • Fully-equipped gym overlooking the pool
  • Steam Room & Sauna
  • Spa Suite with ofuro-style private baths and TVs
  • Boardroom / Meeting Room (up to 40 pax) and gesture-controlled presentations
  • Deli in the lobby space for fresh meals, lunch boxes and TV dinners
  • Poolside Bar
  • Laundrettes equipped with Xbox Kinect, Wii etc on every floor
  • Large undercover car park

For enquiries or reservations, please call 1800 338 0800 or email 

Book now!

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