East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.
Meal will be arranged at hotel restaurant. (Drinks on own arrangement).
Dine in Spuds & Apron, you can opt to chill out at the air-conditioned Dining Room in Spuds & Apron or relax at the alfresco Garden. Whatever you choose, the alluring city vista is yours with compliments from Mount Faber!
Singapore is alive with culture, while inside the Hard Rock Cafe, the legends of music inspire an incredible dining experience. Choose from a range of mouthwatering selections on our menu, which includes American classics like the Legendary® Burger as well as local favorites inspired by the signature flavors of Singapore.
Upon departure, our driver will meet the guests at the hotel lobby or other pick up location as requested and thereafter will be transferred to the airport/port.
Start off your tour by enjoying a scenic drive around Singapore's colonial and civic district. The Civic District is known as the historic birthplace of modern Singapore and it is part of master plan created by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1822. For here, you will get to look at some of the important historical buildings such as the Parliament House, Old Supreme Court, Padang, Cricket Club and City Hall.
Visit Kuan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple - a popular place of worship for local devotees of Kuan Yin or Guan Yin, the Chinese goddess of mercy. En route to Chinatown by visiting the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum is a living cultural monument in the heart of Chinatown featuring exhibitions relating religious arts and culture of Singapore. It also houses the Sacred Buddha Tooth Relic in a stupa composed of 320kg of gold donated by devotees. Along the streets of Chinatown, have some food sampling of local delicacies such as the bakwa (roasted pork).
Thereafter, proceed to the Malay precinct of Kampong Glam and have an enjoyable tour around the gazetted conservation area. Once the historic seat of Malay royalty in Singapore, it is a golden ethnic enclave worth exploring for its depth in architecture, exotic ornaments and palatable pleasures. There are colourful temples co-exist side by side with churches and mosques.
Then, visit Little India. Its charm lies in the fact that many of olden-day trades can still be found by its roadsides and alleys. Visit the roadside stalls and alleys where you can find treasure trove of decorative items, foodstuff, traditional Indian spices and apparel. Thereafter, we head to Tekka Market, a traditional food centre and wet market commonly found in Singapore for a quick walkabout. Have a taste of their local roti prata and teh Tarik before visiting Sri Krishnan Temple.
Proceed on a local hawker stall to have lunch (meal at own cost).
Then, discover a repository of Peranakan history and culture by visiting privately owned gallery/shophouses of an old generation Baba / nonya. Be fascinated on their collection of antiques on display, ranging from traditional ceramics, crockery, costumes, furniture, beautifully beaded slippery to photographs of Singapore's earlier generations of Babas and Bibiks. Sample some Peranakan Kueys as dessert as you end your cultural gourmet journey.
Founded in 1956, what began as a husband-wife operation in the suburbs of Ipoh has now blossomed into a bustling mainstay at the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Hakka Restaurant has grown so much over the years, but some things remain the same. We still use the same homemade recipes. We still cook with the same traditional cast iron woks. We still work with the same suppliers and staff. We still believe in the same vision: that everyone deserves the right to a decent meal.
Take a full day trip to the watery world of the Mekong Delta, just some hours by coach from Ho Chi Minh City. Embark on the Mekong King luxury wooden boat to the rich agricultural land with the most hospitable people in Vietnam. The leisurely excursion will cover the unique and interesting Cai Be floating market with hundreds of boats filled with fruits, vegetables, and other products. En route, local families warmly receive you into their homes for more learning and discovery with 5 true senses of how to make rice cracker, popcorn, pop rice and coco candies, followed by a delicious lunch awaiting inside a garden restaurant at Le Longanier Restaurant, a former Mandarin's ancient house with different Mekong's specialties. After lunch, take a ride on a small hand-rowing sampan back to the Mekong King boat for further cruise back to Cai Be pier.
There are more photo opportunities of different activities such as transporting rice, dredging sand, weaving palm leaves, checking on fishing net, etc. Stop by the most famous nursery garden of a local farmer to sample some fruits to be picked fresh from vine while enjoying traditional music. The trip continues with another visit to a local brick kiln before drop off at Cai Be pier.Ex
Perched on the 21st floor of THE ONE shopping mall, Wooloomooloo Prime in Tsim Sha Tsui offers one of the best views in the city with an outdoor terrace set against stunning 270-degree vistas of Victoria Harbour. This breathtaking view can also be enjoyed from inside the dining room, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows, an open kitchen and an impressive wine display.
The China Club Singapore is an elegant, members-only club, built atop the 52nd floor of Singapore's premium commercial tower, The Capital Tower, located in the Central Business District. The Club is surrounded by 16 metre-tall glass with perhaps the most spectacular views across Singapore. On a clear day, Malaysia and Indonesia can be glimpsed.
The interior decoration is based on strong Chinese tradition. This juxtaposition of the new and old heighten the dramatic atmosphere of the club. Private dining rooms are surrounded by lattices of Chinese motifs and banquettes in deep and sumptuous fabrics; banquets are served in partitioned rooms with antique Chinese partitions folding back across the length of the atrium to allow maximum flexibility on space.
*Meal is at own cost or can be pre arranged
Enchanting on many fronts, CORNER HOUSE celebrates a unique and colourful human being, it evokes the romance of a special historical location, it thrills with superb gastronomy and marks a return to grace and hospitality that will be cherished and remembered.
Spend the time to explore the two major cities in China: Beijing and Shanghai. Be mesmerized by both cultural and historical aspects of the two cities along with all the delicious culinary finds throughout the program.
This package will take you through all the popular sites in Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Hong Kong. It is especially designed for the foodie who not only love to eat but also love learn about the Chinese cuisine. Experience hands on cooking classes throughout different cities and discover what makes each of the special.
Embark on this nostalgic journey while we bring you to various heritage sites that not only have rich history behind it, but has also become Hong Kong's popular places that even the locals would visit.
Experience Singapore and Hong Kong through culture, food and cruise. Start your journey in Singapore with a day of Culture and Culinary Program before embarking on a cruise to the cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, spend the day exploring all the important sites like Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay and Aberdeen. Close the day with a 45 minutes Symphony of Lights cruise to see the best view of Hong Kong with laser show display that illuminates the harbour.
See what Singapore has to offer. In your one day stay in this multicultural and vibrant city, you can choose from three different options: The Singapore Senses, Singapore the Garden City and Mystery of the Orient.
Discover Singapore in two of the richest aspects of the country: food and culture. The program starts with a brief history of Singapore through a drive around the Civic District, where modern Singapore began. It started as a master plan in 1822 by founder of Singapore Sir Stamford Raffles, the Civic District was urban planning at its best, with sections along the Singapore River marked for use and new buildings erected for the needs of a thriving trade post. For a different point of view, the clients will proceed to cruise the Singapore River. Next up are two of the largest cultural neighbourhoods of Singapore: Little India and Chinatown. Have an overview of the history of the migration of the Indians and Chinese into Singapore while exploring the areas and tasting some of the most unique food.
Embark on your journey from Singapore to Malaysia in this 3 Days 2 Nights Program. This overland adventure will take you through the beautiful and historical sites of Melaka and Cameron Highlands stopping at all the wonderful sights that are not to be missed.
It's no great secret that Singapore is a food obsessive's paradise. But while Singapore may be renowned for its famed chili crabs all over the world, these crustaceans rarely make the plate of a regular Singaporean lunch or dinner as these meals come with a hefty price tag. Instead, you're more likely to encounter chicken rice, char kway teow, bak chor mee, and a plethora of vibrantly delicious yet affordable hawker fare.
*This food tour package is operated by East West Planners Pte Ltd
Here's a quick guide in what's best in Singapore's local food scene - all done within less than 48 hrs
*This itinerary package is operated by East West Planners Pte Ltd
For generations, our rich local hawker fare have us spoilt for choices. For generations, our rich local hawker fare have us spoilt for choices. With a wide variety of local dishes, one will surely not let a day pass without having a local breakfast paired with a cup of Kopi.