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Raffles Hotel

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"For the ultimate in timeless elegance and colonial splendour, Raffles is the ultimate destination hotel. Must do: Try the Raffles omelette at the Tiffin Room, the oldest restaurant in Singapore, for breakfast; a delicate mouthful of delight with the tiniest hint of madras spices. Must do: Avoid the tourist crowds at The Long Bar and enjoy a post-dinner Singapore Sling in the Courtyard bar. Magically lit and uncrowded, let the balmy night air caress you as you enjoy an end of day refreshment before you retire for the day to the cool confines of your beautiful room. Must do: If deliciously tender and flavorsome wood fired steak, fish or even vegetables sets your tastebuds tingling, Chef Jordan Keao's cuisine at Butchers Block is not to be missed. Must do: For an authentic and inventive taste of Italy, perhaps with a wine flight, enjoy an evening at the Bar and Billiard Room (BBR) and savour the mouthwatering creations of Chef de Cuisine Natalino Ambra. Even on a rainy evening, enjoying a meal on the al fresco terrace overlooking the Palm Fountain is a must. "
"In the movie, Rachel (Constance Wu) and Nick (Henry Golding) stay at the presidential suite at Raffles Hotel. Be sure to check out the historic Long Bar, birthplace of the iconic Singapore Sling cocktail."
"Another option for a cheaper alternative to Marina Bay Sands, but this is an amazing place to just walk around while you are in the area."

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