Sunday, November 18, 2018

Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa - New Heritage Trail & Lunch at Shutters

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Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa is nestled on a hillside, surrounded by 3.8 hectares of manicured gardens and natural rainforest. Boasting 140 guest rooms, suites, villas and a mansion, Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa is known for its beautifully restored colonial architecture. Built on a piece of 10-acre land, where old British military barracks and air raid shelters stood, Amara Sanctuary has a story to tell. The rich history of the property might not be known to many, but that’s going to change now. The new Amara Heritage Trail—a 60-minute walking trail— allows participants to discover the nature and conservation efforts in the property, learn about World War II related stories, and it also offers a glimpse into the lives of the British soldiers who lived here in the colonial era.

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There are 2 tours — guided and self-walking options. The guided Heritage Trail will be opened to the public from every Saturday and Sunday, at 10am. The one-hour guided tours will be priced at $18 nett for the public; $12 nett for in-house guests; and is complimentary for Amara Sanctuary Suite and Villa guests. There are 11 stops in total.

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Book Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa here.

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At the end of the trail, participants are given a mildly-alcoholic cocktail named after the British’s Royal Artillery and the Gunner road — “The Gunner”. It is made of ginger beer, ginger ale, lemon or lime and a dash of Angostura bitters.

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A specially curated colonial set menu($38++/2 pax) has been created in conjunction with the launch of Amara Heritage Trail. Guests can have a taste of the common dishes enjoyed by the British soldiers while Singapore was still a crown colony under the British administration.

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Book Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa here.

Sentosa Island
1 Larkhill Road
Singapore 099394


Love, K

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