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Revel in the reopening of our beloved Grande Dame and celebrate the event of a lifetime with a multitude of sensationally gifted Singaporean and international performers, a magnificent showcase of the hotel’s delectable culinary experiences, bespoke cocktails and wines, and a discovery of our most iconic intimate spaces including newly restored suites and gardens.

We have all been waiting for this awesome return. The Raffles Hotel is back and its highly anticipated return comes with an epic reopening bash this Friday 18 Oct 2019.

Don't miss An Iconic Return – The Raffles Reopening Festival. It's going to be a memorable night of Raffles defining cuisine, free-flow bubbles and plenty of music.

Look forward to an array of palatably enticing creations presented by oelebrity chef concepts including BBR by Alain Ducasse’s take on the traditional Pulpo a La Gallega, La Dame de Pic’s signature berlingots and 藝yì by Jereme Leung serving Spicy Tiger Prawns. I

Indulge in North Indian tandoori at Tiffin Room and tenderly cooked steaks by Butcher’s Block while you sip on specially curated bespoke cocktails and wines throughout the night

Explore the newly restored suites and stroll through the lush gardens while admiring the supurb colonial architecture.

A selection of curated performances promises to be a dazzling celebration, keeping guests engaged throughout the night. Guests will enjoy stellar performances from sensationally gifted Singaporean performers and international artists of different genres at various spaces within the hotel, amidst our abundantly lush gardens.

The enlivening entertainment line-up features critically-acclaimed “Singapore’s first lady of jazz”, accompanied by a world-class quartet – Rani Singam, renowned international and local jazz singers – Jeremy Monteiro featuring Alemay Fernandez, international Steinway Piano Artists – Anderson and Roe Piano Duo, the biggest Singaporean indie-pop band – The Sam Willows, Singaporean contemporary singer and songwriter – Inch Chua, a unique and invigorating performance combining multiple dance genres by Ekta Singapura and immersive storytelling adventures by The Storytelling Centre.

Guests are also invited to take a look inside the luxurious suites while immersing in delightful suite experiences, ranging from marvelling at the exquisite Raffles Treasures, the collection of arts and antiques at Raffles Hotel Singapore, to a stand-up session by Hossan Leong. Take a walk in the Hall of Fame for a glimpse of some of the famous personalities who have visited the beloved Grande Dame.

The best part? Raffles Hotel will be donating proceeds from ticket sales to the Community Chest for this festival.

An Iconic Return – The Raffles Reopening Festival, Raffles Hotel, 328 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188719

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*Tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime occasion are priced at S$300 per person for this four-hour extravaganza.


Christina George
14 October 2019
Did you know: A part of Raffles Hotel Singapore’s history since 1892, Tiffin Room continues to celebrate the heritage and flavours of North India with our resident Indian Chef and offers an evocative dining journey across the North Indian palate, from Rajasthan to Punjab to Lucknow, with Raan-E-Tiffin and Jingha Tandoori. The Grand Lobby Savour finger sandwiches, housemade scones and cakes, and seasonal delicacies from the Grand Lobby. The favourite Long Bar Chocolate Peanut Bar, a chocolate-coated delight with layers of crunchy textures and nutty flavours that pays a tribute to our iconic Long Bar, will tantalise your palate. Raffles Courtyard Exuding a garden style and welcoming vibe, Raffles Courtyard is the city’s social space in a lushly landscaped alfresco venue at the Raffles Arcade. A selection of refreshing shared summer drinks and some Southeast Asian small plates, including authentic Singaporean delights like Chicken and Lamb Satay will be served. Lear More Here: https://rafflesfestival.com.sg/event