The Landing Point Afternoon Tea, The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore

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Address: The Fullerton Bay Hotel, 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 6:00pm
The Landing Point menu

The Landing Point Afternoon Tea, The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore

Who doesn’t love afternoon teas? It’s a nugget of time you spend munching on sweet treats and drinking free-flowing tea (or coffee, in my case). With the abundant choices of afternoon tea in Singapore, where do you actually go?

After experiencing a superb customer service at Fullerton Hotel’s Courtyard, I was excited to try out the afternoon tea at its sister hotel. The Landing Point is located in Collyer Quay, with views overlooking the Marina Bay Sands and Art Science Museum. Lovely setting for an afternoon tea.

The afternoon tea at The Landing Point is slightly more expensive at $65 per pax, and I can’t say if it’s truly worth it. Yes, you get unlimited butter and raisin scones.

Also, a welcome non-alcoholic drink suitable for children. (Adults can go loose themselves at Atlas Bar’s afternoon tea.)

But I find the selection too sweet. While I love the lemon tarts, strawberry shortcakes and macarons, I find myself reaching for the scones, though the clotted cream could use a bit more consistency in texture.

Meanwhile, the savory ones — note this, it’s also freeflowing — are nothing spectacular. Other than a salmon and caviar crostini and a crab cake kueh pie tee, it was not memorable.

Ignore that I’m a coffee person, but it seems the only selling point at Landing Point is its extensive selection of coffee. Go adventurous with Turmeric Latte. Or go for the regular joe — cappuccinos with the signature Fullerton Bear in latte art.

Courtyard Fullerton High Tea SG 6

And while the customer service doesn’t equal with The Fullerton Hotel’s, the views make up for it. Try to secure a spot closer to the glass windows to get your money’s worth.

P.S. The Landing Point also serves lunch and dinner fare, and so that might be a cheaper alternative.