In conjunction with iLight, Festival at the Fort 2019 celebrates Singapore’s rich heritage and focuses on the life and legacy of Sir Stamford Raffles. The festival, which starts 28 Jan till 24 Feb, takes place at Raffles Terrace, where Raffles House is located. The house is a replica of the former residence of Sir Stamford Raffles which was once built on the same site in 1822. A brand new Raffles Garden just outside the house will also feature plants that are associated with Sir Stamford Raffles.
There will be plenty of activities and offerings from guided tours, movie screenings to F&B stalls, as well as roving performances. Click here for more details.
Tenant Activities and Promotions:
On-the-spot Art Demonstration by Local Artists from My Art Space
Date: 1 Feb, 8 Feb, 15 Feb & 22 Feb 2019
Time: 7.30pm – 9pm
Peek into the creative process of professional artists as they demonstrate the development of their unique works of art. Witness landscapes, plants and portraits come to live with expressive marks and dramatic colour. The art demonstration is available on 1 Feb, 8 Feb, 15 Feb and 22 Feb from 7.30pm to 9pm.
There will also be sale of limited edition giclee prints (with certificate of authenticity), and postcards featuring best selections of artists’ sketches. In light of Bicentennial, sale of art pieces will also feature sceneries of our local landscapes. Click here for more information on the limited prints.
Night view of National Gallery Singapore, by Chankerk
15% off Local Favourites by The Salon, Hotel Fort Canning
Date: 28 Jan to 24 Feb 2019
Craving for a taste of local delights? Hop over to The Salon at Hotel Fort Canning and enjoy 15% off Local Favourites at The Salon! The promotion is valid throughout the Festival period from 28 Jan till 24 Feb.
While you’re at the Hotel, check out its colonial glamour architecture, making Hotel Fort Canning one of Singapore's heritage hotels situated within a historical hilltop park.
More information on Hotel Fort Canning can be found here.
Other tenants at Fort Canning Park
If you’re looking for more adventure, step into The Battlebox, a former WWII British underground command centre inside Fort Canning Hill. Or take a trip down to Lewin Terrace for a fresh and innovative Japanese-French cuisine in a historic ambiance, housed in a colonial bungalow. For fabulous cakes, The Fabulous Baker Boy will leave you spoilt for choice.
A full list of tenants at Fort Canning Park can be found here.
Hotel Fort Canning
The Fabulous Baker Boys