This tour starts from where it all began – at Raffles Landing Site - where Sir Stamford Raffles is believed to have first stepped ashore in 1819, before progressing to an Exhibition that traces the history of the Singapore River. Next, stop at Raffles Hotel, where hives of activities were held for the high-society in the 1800s. Here, enjoy an Afternoon Tea with English/Local delicacies. Board a Bumboat and cruise along the historic Singapore River. Disembark at Clarke Quay, a riverside festival village where you will visit a Pewter Gallery to discover the history of pewter and role of tin in the development of Singapore as a trading port. Finally, head back to the hotel or take your time enjoying the areas around Clarke Quay.
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