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See the City in a New Light

Hotel Jen unveils a new experiential programme, Night Light, which runs across all its city hotels in Asia Pacific.

See the City in a New Light

Anchored around a “living” interactive map and invigorating weekly activities organised by each Hotel Jen property in Asia Pacific, Night Light recommends noteworthy and interesting hotspots after dark that are off the beaten tourist track. 

The online Night Light map lights up every night after sunset and is powered by the city’s inhabitants, including a selected group of local, “Jensetters” who share their insider knowledge with a focus on home-grown art, local flavours and native rituals. 

Every week, each Hotel Jen offers activities at the hotel or around the city allowing guests to observe local pastimes first-hand or discover the destination from an alternative angle as they get their adrenaline going. Some examples include:

  • Hotel Jen Brisbane: Wake up the senses and kick start the day at a sunrise boot camp led by a certified trainer.
  • Hotel Jen Hong Kong: Night owls can follow the locals on a reinvigorating walk to the famed Victoria Peak, while early birds might prefer a leisurely hike in the pristine Tai Tam reservoir to catch the sunrise.
  • Hotel Jen Manila: Early risers can borrow a sports kit from the hotel for a group run at sunrise around the Cultural Center of the Philippines, while songbirds can sing their hearts out in the evening with a live band at the Lobby Lounge.
  • Singapore: Get reinvigorated with sunset yoga by the rooftop pool at Hotel Jen Orchardgateway alongside breath-taking panoramic city views. Come sunset, guests at Hotel Jen Tanglin, can choose between aqua aerobics in the hotel’s pool and a workout in the tranquil Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage site. 

To see the city in a different light, visit or follow the social conversations using the #LeaveBoringBehind and #NightLight hashtags.

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