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Why we like it
- A timeless symbol of colonial Singapore
- 103 high ceiling suites with luxurious décor reflecting the splendour of a by-gone age
- 16 distinctive restaurants and bars, including the famous Long Bar; birthplace of the Singapore Sling!
Elegant high ceilings, antique period furnishings and snug four poster beds make for sophisticated luxury living in the grand Presidential Suites.
I would also like to make special mention of Thida Win - she is an absolutely wonderful guide - very kind, patient, knowledgeable and a consummate professional in undertaking her job. She made sure that everything happened seamlessly without any hitches whatsoever - she is a great advert for A&K and for Myanmar.
A timeless symbol of colonial Singapore, Raffles has been updated and refreshed for the modern age. Its gracious legacy is reflected in the spacious, elegant lobby, Amrita Spa and the 24-hour pool, bar and health club. Its 103 high-ceilinged suites bring modern amenities and luxurious decoration to the splendour of a by-gone age, whilst the signature Presidential Suites offer spacious living spaces opening onto cool balconies.
Raffles is blessed with 16 distinctive restaurants and bars, including the famous Long Bar, the birthplace of the Singapore Sling. Our favourite, the Raffles Courtyard, serves Asian seafood cuisine in a wonderful alfresco setting flanked by soaring white arches and tropical palms.
Singapore (British Airways)
13 hours non-stop
GMT +8 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
November - April
Singapore is situated one degree north of the Equator so the climate is tropical and humid, with humidity high in the mornings and lower in the afternoons. It has two rainy seasons from December to early March and June to September.
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