This tour uncovers the history of colonial Singapore and includes visits to:
The Asian Civilisations Museum
The Asian Civilisations Museum preserves the cultures brought to Singapore by people from different parts of Asia. Collections on the civilisations of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia/ Islamic are displayed here.
The Raffles Hotel
The Raffles Hotel is the oldest hotel in Singapore and belongs to the colonial era. Named after the Sir Stamford Raffles, the founding father of Singapore, the hotel, which opened in 1887 is a living legend that has served the likes of Joseph Conrad, Noel Coward, Ava Gardner to name a few.
A boat cruise on Singapore River
Once it was the economic artery of Singapore and today it has become a major leisure and tourist attraction. Boat Quay, popular for alfresco dining is located to the south of the Singapore River and Clarke Quay, an entertainment spot is situated upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River and Boat Quay.
Clarke Quay lies to the north of Boat Quay and was named after Sir Andrew Clarke, once governor of the Straits Settlement. It has many godowns built by Chinese and European traders and its main attractions are its floating restaurants, which provide a pleasant ambience for fine dining, a nice range of bars, pubs, and live music venues.
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