Swiss watches Rolex

The Rolex Boutique by Swiss Watch Gallery is the largest Rolex stand-alone boutique in Southeast Asia, housing the most comprehensive collection of Rolex and Tudor timepieces. Customised and renovated according to Rolex’s global blueprint for its retail premises, its design and furnishings reflect Rolex’s commitment to modern luxury without forsaking tradition.
The leading name in luxury Swiss watches, Rolex has been the pre-eminent symbol of performance and prestige for over a century.

Rolex is proud to be a major force at play behind tennis’ finest events, players and organisations. From Wimbledon and the Australian Open to Swiss phenomenon Roger Federer, Rolex has cultivated a privileged relationship with this great sport.
Since its founding in the early 20th century, Rolex sought to partner with activities that embody passion, excellence and precision. Naturally, Rolex gravitated toward the world of tennis, forming an alliance that dates back to the late 1970s when the brand became the Official Timekeeper of Wimbledon.
For Rolex, the association with Wimbledon has special significance because it is not only the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, but it has also achieved the perfect balance between tradition and innovation, similar to the evolution of Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual.
In addition to Wimbledon, Rolex is also the proud sponsor of many other prestigious tennis events, among which Davis Cup by BNP Paribas holds a special place as one of the premier annual men’s team competitions in world sport. Rolex has been the Official Timekeeper of Davis Cup since 2007.
In patronage of tennis’ exceptional individuals, Rolex counts among its Testimonees Swiss phenomenon Roger Federer. Tennis requires absolute precision and consistency, and Federer, who has been associated with the brand since 2001, has mastered the game better than any other player of all time.

Since its founding in the early 20th century, Rolex sought to partner with activities that embody passion, excellence and precision. Naturally, Rolex gravitated toward the world of tennis, forming an alliance that dates back to the late 1970s when the brand became the Official Timekeeper of Wimbledon.

For Rolex, the association with Wimbledon has special significance because it is not only theoldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, but it has also achieved the perfect balance between tradition and innovation, similar to the evolution of Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual.

In addition to Wimbledon, Rolex is also the proud sponsor of many other prestigious tennis events, among which Davis Cup by BNP Paribas holds a special place as one of the premier annual men’s team competitions in world sport. Rolex has been the Official Timekeeper of Davis Cup since 2007.

In patronage of tennis’ exceptional individuals, Rolex counts among its Testimonees Swiss phenomenon Roger Federer. Tennis requires absolute precision and consistency, and Federer, who has been associated with the brand since 2001, has mastered the game better than any other player of all time.