Gastrology recently joined Mr Arthur Kiong, Chief Executive Officer of Far East Hospitality (FEH) for a sumptuous Singaporen Degustation luncheon at Rendezvous Hotel created by Executive Chef William Soh, who was flown in from Singapore to prepare the delicious menu.
At this luncheon, Arthur presented a deep dive of the FEH portfolio properties, Singapore’s largest and fastest growing operator for hotels and serviced residences.
FEH invites Australian travellers to “live like a local” through its five-month Far East Heritage Food Trail 2015 commencing Wednesday, 1 July 2015.
Back for the third year in a row, the Far East Heritage Food Trail 2015 will run from 1 July 2015 through to 30 December 2015 – with the ultimate aim of connecting travellers with the authentic elements of Singapore.
As the leading hotel operator in Singapore offering a unique blend of Singapore-style hospitality and experiences, the Far East Heritage Food Trail 2015 will allow Australian hotel guests the opportunity to immerse themselves into the true Singaporean way of life by diving into the hotels’ neighbouring enclaves.
The Far East Heritage Food Trail 2015 aims to let travellers create their own unique memories during their stay in Singapore as it is specially tailored to suit the needs of travellers looking to uncover Singapore’s colourful heritage and savour the local favours, without compromising style and comfort.
Guests staying with Far East Hospitality during the five-month period can experience a series of special activities and tours around Singapore’s top heritage and food spots with a special package.
The Far East Heritage Food Trail 2015 is available for booking here. Minimum booking of 7-night stay at Serviced Residences applies. Guests can check out the detailed itinerary here.