Tour description provided by Viator
Savor the sights of Singapore by night with a delicious riverside dinner and trip to the legendary Raffles Hotel on this 4-hour experience. Start with a sumptuous Asian-inspired dinner by the Singapore River as you admire the city’s sparkling skyline reflected in the water. Afterward, explore the bustling night market at Bugis Street, ambling through its neon-lit maze of bargain stalls. Finish at Singapore’s iconic, colonial-style Raffles Hotel, with the option to enjoy a refreshing 'Singapore Sling' – both the hotel’s and the city’s signature cocktail — at its famous Long Bar!
Start your experience with a pickup from your centrally located Singapore or Sentosa Island hotel. Board an air-conditioned coach with your guide and travel downtown for your dining experience.
During your tour, pass the world’s largest fountain, the beautifully illuminated Fountain of Wealth, and admire the spectacular views of Singapore’s central business district from Benjamin Sheares Bridge.
Take a seat at a riverside restaurant at Clarke Quay and savor a delicious Asian-inspired meal of dishes such as butter prawns and lemon chicken, accompanied with drinks (own expense) from the bar. As you eat, watch the passing boats and snap photos of the glittering skyscrapers reflected in the Singapore River.
Afterward, head for Bugis Street and stroll around its vibrant night market. Amble around the neon-lit stands selling clothes, food and knick-knacks, and hear about the origins of this 800-strong stall fest from your guide.
Finish your night at Singapore’s iconic Raffles Hotel. Built in 1887, this colonial-era hotel is named after modern Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles, and oozes glamor. Walk through the marble lobby to the Long Bar, the birthplace of the legendary 'Singapore Sling'— an exotic mix of gin, cherry brandy and fresh juices.
If you’ve upgraded to the tour and cocktail option, enjoy an included Singapore Sling in this atmospheric bar, a truly decadent experience! Having absorbed the nostalgic setting, end your tour with a drop-off at your hotel.