You spend a pleasant afternoon learning about the history of this famous hotel and indulging in either high tea or mouthwatering cakes and pastries. The chocolate cake is to die for!
I would recommend taking the afternoon Tea at Raffles.
Fabulous, the best way to see the city and discover places to explore later. Raffles is better than I'd imagined and the trip ends with a relaxing boat trip. Loved it
The tour was very informative and the guide was excellent and extremely knowledgeable about the history of Singapore. I was very impressed with his attention to detail. I would certainly recommend this tour. The High Tea at Raffles was superb and the river cruise was certainly very worthwhile.
This tour is a must the iconic hotel was amazing lots of photo oppertunities the food was to die for if your in singapore don't pass it up you have to go
This tour was my highlight of Singapore so well run and a fabulous tea in Raffles. Excellent !
A ver pleasant afternoon. High tea at Raffles was a real treat with white linen, silver tea service, an endless supply of tasty morsels both hot and cold and a lovely young woman playing a harp for background music. The boat ride was relaxing and informative.
Great tour and fantastic high tea and buffet at Raffles. A steal in terms of the cost.
Thoroughly enjoyed our High Tea and Singapore River Cruise..
I actually had trouble convincing my husband to join me, as I said to him. I'm going to Head Hunters villageMalaysia for you. You can come to Raffles with me...Well, he had a Ball. Totally enjoyed the Food, especially the Bread and Butter pudding!!! Company we were very lucky to have, two very interesting, friendly couples from distant places. The Raffles Hotel is absolutely SPLENDID and ROMANTIC...The Service, Table Setting, Food, and drinks were wonderful. A must do in Singapore.
What a fantastic tour - our guide was lovely and full of information. We opted for the high tea in the Tiffin Room and it did not disappoint. There is also a buffet included which holds even more treats - the dim sum was awesome. Don't be afraid to ask for coffee as they will serve coffee if asked for. Men please note - you must wear long pants. Dress code is very high .We rushed around the markets in Chinatown to buy my husband a pair of long pants as he had dress shorts on.
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