Previously a mansion that belonged to Chaozhou-born businessman, Tan Yeok Nee, the House of Tan Yeok Nee is the most elaborate and only 'survivor' of the Four Mansions built by rich Teochew tycoons in the late 19th century in Singapore. It is also one of two remaining traditional Chinese mansions in Singapore, making it a unique cultural treasure. The House of Tan Yeok Nee was restored in 2000 to ensure that the original architecture and character of the mansion is kept intact, whilst brilliantly furnished with contemporary facilities for modern-day usage.
Plans are underway to position the House of Tan Yeok Nee as the premier Traditional Chinese Medicine ("TCM") centre in Singapore that provides quality TCM treatment by professional physicians in a conducive and luxurious environment. The TCM specialties to be offered are expected to comprise wellness and health enhancement, chronic and metabolic illnesses, oncology, pain management, sub-fertility issues and anti-aging, skin and beauty treatments.
Facilities at the proposed TCM centre will include private waiting lounges, a welcome tea garden, consultation and treatment rooms, a retail TCM pharmacy and a museum gallery to showcase the evolution and concepts behind TCM.
|Location||101 Penang Road, Singapore 238466|
|Description||A gazetted National Monument zoned for commercial use under the Master Plan 2008|
|Gross Floor Area
|Strata Area: 58,481|
|Net Lettable Area