Brunei Darussalam


The Hotel’s inspiring glass façade, designed by Singapore-based DP Architects, embodies the true spirit of the Marina Bay waterfront. The diamond-shaped glass structure stands out against the city skyline as it illuminates above the waters. LCL Architects, the group responsible for the creation of the luxuriously-appointed hotel rooms, while the arrival experience and restaurants are the latest projects by design wunderkind, Andre Fu. — TFBH


Guests will enter the hotel through a 17-metre wide lobby at the historic Clifford Pier, an important heritage site which saw the arrival of many of Singapore’s early settlers. The hotel’s glamorous and exquisite interior designs are richly steeped in Singapore’s vibrant history with Fu using vintage nautical maps and commissioned contemporary art that reflect the celebration of heritage and modernity in the Lion City. — TFBH


The Landing Point — “Built in 1933, Clifford Pier was a landing point for immigrants and other sea passengers. The Landing Point derives its name as it signifies the long passage way the early settlers took upon setting foot at the pier.”

A cosy setting and comfortable sofa with an intimate charm to relax and have some quiet conversation.
The view from this venue is something I have no problems getting used to. Elegantly positioned alongside an impressive indoor promenade paved in bespoke marble mosaics, indulge in signature cocktails as you engage in the waterfront panorama at The Landing Point. — TFBH
This is a 30-seconds hand-held long exposure twirl shot of the iconic Marina Bay Sands. This is the only attempt I made and got it right the first time. (click on image to view the bad shot) 🙂

“Lantern derives its name from Clifford Pier’s historical Chinese name – “Red Lantern Pier”. It was a landing point for Singapore’s first immigrants and red lanterns used to hang from the pier as a guide to seafarers.”

A stylish rooftop bar and pool with enthralling panoramic views of the Marina Bay waterfront and the world-famous Singapore skyline, this urban oasis is the coveted destination for the sophisticated chic where one can relish delectable gourmet snacks, fine champagnes, signature cocktails, wines and beverages.
Guests enjoying quiet conversations with their friends while Melo (right) relaxes and soaks up the post-Earth Hour ambiance and appreciating the gorgeous view of the Marina Bay landscape.

The Singapore Nightlife Nocturnally Speaking


Believe it or not, our itinerary was so packed that I had almost lost track of the days until our guide reminded us that we’re heading to The Fullerton Bay Hotel for cocktail drinks at the Lantern to mark Earth Hour 2011. It’s here I had my one and only alcoholic beverage — Raspberry Smash Ketel One Vodka with Raspberries and Lime. I had my inaugural Earth Hour 2010 in Brunei and it excited me that I had an opportunity to mark this global occasion in one of the world’s most nocturnally active cities!

If this cocktail drink excites you, check out Lantern’s latest menu
(click on Lantern then scroll to the bottom of page for Menu download)

My drink, a Lantern signature cocktail – Raspberry Smash Ketel One Vodka with Raspberries and Lime. All house specialties are made with freshly squeezed juice along with fresh selection of herbs and tropical fruits.

Marina Bay Sands Panorama | Facebook video clip of “Wonder Full”
The Best Views of Singapore from the Sands SkyPark | A Sunset On The Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

Using lasers, searchlights, LEDs, video projectors and giant water screens to create stunning visual effects, Marina Bay Sands will present a breathtaking 360-degree sensory experience portraying Light and Water creating Life, choreographed to an inspiring original score.

More information about Marina Bay Sands Wonder Full

The event is free – no tickets or queuing necessary. It is Marina Bay Sands’ gift to Singapore. The best spot to view the show is at the Event Plaza, Marina Bay Sands. The performance will last 13 minutes and promises to be a truly memorable experience.

About The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is the latest addition to the sparkling Marina Bay waterfront, with breathtaking architecture and stunning interiors that combine modernity and heritage. Seated on prime waterfront location in the Central Business District and arts and cultural precinct, the Hotel offers classic luxurious hospitality and exquisite service with rooms featuring 360 degree spectacular views of the Marina Bay and Singapore skyline. Step into a world of chic sophistication where The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore will set the tone for an indulgent lifestyle experience.


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