Footsteps of Raffles Day Trip
Raffles hotel tours highlight the colonial history of Singapore. Raffles Hotel and Raffles Landing Site are the icons of the high-society colonial Singapore, which is highly influenced by Sir Stamford Raffles who had a great impact to turn Singapore a British colony in 1819. He shaped Singapore as an important international port and trading centre in Asia, which promises Singapore a world-class prosperous and dynamic metropolitan.Founding Footsteps of Raffles - Raffles Hotel, Bumboat Ride, Clarke Quay, Pewter Gallery Our Raffles Hotel Half-Day Tour will lead you to experience a stunning process of the rising of Singapore from a small fishing village to the world No.1 business centre by an exhibition on the history of the Singapore River.
After that, you will enjoy a stylish afternoon tea buffet the Raffles Hotel which represents the high-society colonial Singapore. Then, we will take you to a bumboat cruise along the Singapore River to Clarke Quay. The traditional cargo boat used to ship the goods up and down the river as a connection of people. The Singapore River is like a witness of its history. At both sides of the river, you will see the colonial buildings, traditional Chinese shops, modern skyscrapers… each of them would tell you an exciting story of Singapore. The cruise ends at Clarke Quay where you will unveil the art of pewtersmithing at the pewter gallery.
Departs: Daily except, Sundays
Departure Point: From all major hotels in Singapore
Departure Time: 2:00pm
Duration: 4 Hours (Approx)
Meals Included: Afternoon Tea
Timings are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
Please note that the rates mentioned above are Joining Tour prices at Seat In Coach basis. Rates will be different for Private Tours.
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.