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Years ago, this district is known for its lively nightlife. Today, the Bugis Street Market is now known as the biggest market in Singapore. The place is actually filled with trendy cafes, restaurants, and shopping boutiques. A dining experience will be done first with your Singapore Night Tour. Afterwards, you can now explore the Street of Bugis freely. This place is such a haven for thrifty shoppers. Score a lot of clothes, souvenirs, cosmetics, and even house utensils without going overboard your budget.
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Raffles Hotel is one of the remaining great 19th-century hotels in the world. It was built in 1887 but has successfully kept its charm and original classic ambiance. Today, Raffles Hotel is recognized as a National Monument by the Singapore Government. Its colonial architecture stands out among the contemporary style buildings in the civic district. Stay for an hour or two and appreciate the majestic beauty of Raffles Hotel. Make your stay more memorable by having the popular Singapore Sling. The Raffles Hotel offers their own unique recipe for this gin-based cocktail!