A Taste of Singapore
With its multi-ethnic heritage and thriving food culture, Singapore is a mecca for foodies. At the Grand Hyatt Singapore, the hotel’s executive chef prepares a sumptuous seafood dinner of sustainably harvested selections. The following day, lunch in the Dome at Pollen, where culinary flowers bloom overlooking panoramic views of the Marina Bay waterfront. Savour a progressive dessert degustation tea, sampling eight ingenious desserts paired with champagne and other wines.
Bumboats and Godowns
Board a bumboat for a cruise down the Singapore River. Bumboats were once used to transport cargo. Today the brightly coloured boats transport visitors past historic landmarks like Raffles’ Landing Site and landmarks from Singapore’s present, such as Merlion Park, the Esplanade and Marina Bay Sands. Afterwards, Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist Taoist temples, and explore Singapore’s Chinatown market.
The skyline of Singapore demonstrates a country at the leading edge of urban development, attracting designers and architects alike. Soar to the top of the Marina Bay Sands for a picturesque view of the city. Next, take a reprieve at the Cloud Forest, a 35-metre tall mountain covered in lush vegetation blanketing the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.
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