2nd IMELT Singapore : Invitation to Join on Tour + Afternoon Tea
|Gathering Point||Royal Plaza on Scotts Hotel lobby|
One of the oldest bridges in Singapore that is still kept in its original form today. Built and tested in Glasgow, it was shipped to Singapore and assembled by convict laborers in the 1870s. Opened to rickshaws and ox carts, it was overloaded by the 1880s and eventually closed to traffic. It is now used as a pedestrian bridge
A grand landmark built in 1928. Participants get to savour a delightful 3-tier afternoon tea served at the sun-lit courtyard with its magnificent high-glass ceiling
Discover its rich heritage of history from the various sculptures that line the riverbanks. Listen to the stories of the early immigrants who made a living along the river, loading and unloading goods bumboat cruise along the iconic Singapore River and watch the transformation from fishing village to a great seaport.
Fullerton Heritage Gallery
Discover rare postal artifact and listen to memories of Singapore pioneers who have lived, worked, and played in the historic Fullerton Heritage precinct. Relive the romance of posting a letter through the colonial Red Postal Pillar Box
Don’t miss this once in a lifetime tour that you will definitely won’t forget! Tour fee of USD100 per person will be charged and must be paid before 3 August 2018. Please send your request to our email or simply click the following link: firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Any request for additional person after the deadline will be charged USD120 per person.