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  • Teissa Oxford

"Crazy Rich Asians" Film Tour

Enjoy a visit to the outside of the stately Raffles Singapore Hotel, which served as the exquisite ‘Kingsford Hotel’ in the film; this is where Nick and Rachel first stay upon arriving in Singapore.

The Raffles is a grand historic hotel and international landmark; few hotels can look back on

more than a century of legendary service to so many distinguished guests and fewer still have preserved their past with a more loving attention to detail.

Also visit CHIJMES, a one of a kind entertainment enclave featuring neoclassical structures, wide green lawns, delightful eateries and marble waterfalls reflective of a bygone era.Re-purposed from its prior role as an all-girls school, CHIJMES has since been converted into a peaceful oasis amidst the bustling city streets; here you will find an award-winning collection of shops, bars and restaurants in a one of a kind gothic setting. The 160 year old CHIJMES was used as the film’s wedding venue for Nick’s best friend.

Enjoy a visit to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark.The SkyPark’s gravity-defying cantilever is one of the largest of its kind in the world. The Marina Bay Sands Hotel is part of a dazzling new 6.2 billion dollar casino resort, comprised of three 55 story towers connected with a giant rooftop sky park offering 360-degree views of Singapore's skyline. The Sky Park features beautifully sculptured gardens, restaurants, and a dramatic rooftop infinity pool.This iconic hotel can be seen in many of Crazy Rich Asians skyline shots; additionally, its stunning rooftop pool serves as the film’s aqua aerobics class. If you’d like, while here, enjoy a drink at Ce La Vi, the hotel’s stunning rooftop bar which features in the film, as well. Cost of any drinks are payable directly to the bar.

Also visit the Gardens by the Bay, considered by many to be one of the Top 10 best Indoor Gardens in the world; the Gardens by the Bay were the site of the film’s spectacular wedding reception.The gardens feature the best architectural, sustainability and horticultural design found anywhere in the country, and contain wonders from every continent on the globe apart from Antarctica.Let nature inspire you as you wander through the Flower Dome and, later, the Cloud Forest, home to the world’s tallest indoor waterfall whose thundering water cascades from a height of 115 feet.

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