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Singapore Hotel Gears Up To Woo Gulf Honeymooners

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 2 December 2002

The Fullerton Singapore is gearing up to woo more Gulf residents in an attempt to diversify its traditional sources of tourist revenue and tap into a potentially lucrative market.

The Fullerton has launched the two premium honeymoon packages in an attempt to promote Singapore as an 'affordably exclusive' destination for short breaks, honeymoons and weddings.

The Far East Honeymoon package priced at S$ 15,888 blends old world sophistication with charm in a contemporary setting - creating a world-class honeymoon experience in Singapore's most elegant presidential suite. The Far East Suite's reputation for understated luxury and impeccable service has made it home to visiting heads of state, dignitaries, and nobilities from around the world.

This exclusive package includes a personal butler, candlelit dinner in the privacy of the suite accompanied by the resident pianist, a private boat ride along the historic Singapore River complete with butler service and champagne breakfasts as well as many other romantic delights.

The second package - The Fullerton Honeymoon is on a more modest scale for the modern traveller who prefers simplicity. This package is priced at S$3,888.

Nestled by the historical Singapore River, The Fullerton Singapore is an ideal venue for a very special honeymoon. With its magnificent infinity pool, stunning views of the river and the breathtaking landscape of modern and historical scenes, The Fullerton offers the charm of Asian hospitality accompanied by the refined luxuries of a world-class all-inclusive premium honeymoon package.

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