Today, it seems that the island nation of Singapore starts and ends with the Marina Bay Sands. What we wanted was a taste of the real Singapore, and a glimpse of its bygone splendour, without the cliché of having a Singapore Sling at the Raffles (as nice as that is too). And we found it, set proudly on the water at Clifford Pier, a 1930s historic landmark in all its Art Deco glory, breathing new life into the site that has a long pedigree of welcoming travellers from all over the world – Clifford Pier was, after all, once Singapore’s first port of call for incoming immigrants. The Fullerton Bay defines historical luxury in a completely contemporised way, with no fine detail omitted. Our massive suite had an enviably perfect, uninterrupted view of the much talked about Marina Bay Sands, a true delight when it’s lit at night.
Breakfast at the hotel’s Clifford Pier Brasserie was a highlight of our stay, a delicious international buffet, covering the tastes of every possible nationality of guest, with a modern, informal, resort vibe – but the bone china, sterling silverware, white linen touches and service quality that you would expect from old-world Singapore.
OutThere believes in boundless travel, but we understand that destinations like this one may prove challenging for some visitors. We advise that you understand local laws and customs before booking your trip or work with a travel advisor to ensure a carefree, enjoyable and well-deserved holiday.
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