Wanderlust Hotel in Singapore Where No Two Rooms Are Alike

Fancy furniture and rooms of various hues make up Loh Lik Peng’s latest foray into the hotel trade – Wanderlust Hotel in Singapore’s Little India.

  • With 3 award-winning design agencies – Asylum, Phunk and fFurious – working in collaboration with DP Architects, each floor, and in fact every room, of this 29 room boutique hotel is electrifyingly unique. Photo: WanderlustHotel.comWith 3 award-winning design agencies – Asylum, Phunk and fFurious – working in collaboration with DP Architects, each floor, and in fact every room, of this 29 room boutique hotel is electrifyingly unique. Photo: WanderlustHotel.com
  • "Hotels are costly beasts to handle if you don’t get the formula right. They also take decades to pay back so don’t expect to make a quick buck," says Loh Lik Peng. Photo: WanderlustHotel.com"Hotels are costly beasts to handle if you don’t get the formula right. They also take decades to pay back so don’t expect to make a quick buck," says Loh Lik Peng. Photo: WanderlustHotel.com
  • The designer Loh Lik Peng says that he wants to "make the adult world into a fun playground," and with iconic design pieces sitting alongside frantically eclectic installations. Photo: WanderlustHotel.comThe designer Loh Lik Peng says that he wants to "make the adult world into a fun playground," and with iconic design pieces sitting alongside frantically eclectic installations. Photo: WanderlustHotel.com
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  • Loh Lik Peng said: "I’ve always liked beautiful and well designed things. I like furniture especially and it fits perfectly with hotels." Photo: WanderlustHotel.comLoh Lik Peng said: "I’ve always liked beautiful and well designed things. I like furniture especially and it fits perfectly with hotels." Photo: WanderlustHotel.com
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  • Who would’ve thought of opening a luxury, design-driven hotel in derelict Little India, an area that has been, until now, a backpackers’ haven and a Bangladeshi haunt? Loh Lik Peng would, with Wanderlust Hotel. Photo: WanderlustHotel.comWho would’ve thought of opening a luxury, design-driven hotel in derelict Little India, an area that has been, until now, a backpackers’ haven and a Bangladeshi haunt? Loh Lik Peng would, with Wanderlust Hotel. Photo: WanderlustHotel.com
  • After opening The Waterhouse at South Bund in Shanghai and Townhall Hotels and Apartments in London this year, the former lawyer-turned-boutique hotelier turned his attention to an abandoned former Singapore school built in the 1920s and retooled it into a 29-room boutique hotel called Wanderlust where no two rooms are alike. Photo: WanderlustHotel.comAfter opening The Waterhouse at South Bund in Shanghai and Townhall Hotels and Apartments in London this year, the former lawyer-turned-boutique hotelier turned his attention to an abandoned former Singapore school built in the 1920s and retooled it into a 29-room boutique hotel called Wanderlust where no two rooms are alike. Photo: WanderlustHotel.com

Fancy furniture and rooms of various hues make up Loh Lik Peng’s latest foray into the hotel trade – Wanderlust Hotel in Singapore’s Little India.

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