Witness the legacy of Sir Stamford Raffles—founder of modern Singapore—and explore the island's colonial history. Indulge in an extravagant afternoon tea at the iconic Fullerton Hotel Singapore and cruise along the scenic Singapore River on a bumboat.
Leave your hotel to explore the history of Singapore, starting with a visit to the Raffles' Landing Site at Singapore River, where Sir Stamford Raffles is believed to have first stepped ashore in 1819. Discover the city's colonial history as you pace from Kucinta Cats to River Merchants, passing by some of the most beautiful bronze sculptures erected along the river bank.
Continue to the majestic Fullerton Hotel Singapore for an elegant afternoon tea. Experience 3-tier tea served in The Courtyard, under the bright sunlit glass ceiling. Afterward, take a chance for a walk at the Fullerton Heritage Gallery before you make a stop at the colonial-style Red Pillar Post Box, the country's general post office in the early 20th century.
Later, board a bumboat for a relaxing cruise along the Singapore River and enjoy scenic views of the colonial buildings and the towering skyline of the modern business district. Observe the transformation fo the district, from once a fishing village to a bustling seaport before your guide takes you bak to your city hotel.