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Christmases Around the World

From: InterContinental Hotels & Resorts

Christmases Around the World
  • 01 Jan 2021
  • 24 Dec 2020
  • Nov 2020 to Jan 2021
  • 15% Off

Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year at InterContinental Singapore with our festive fun-filled programmes crafted for the yuletide season. 

Delight in a season of ‘Christmases Around The World’, and revel in culinary delights inspired by cultures from around the globe. Savour festive dining experiences at our award-winning restaurants or opt for gourmet takeaway roasts and confectionaries which may be enjoyed in the comfort of your own homes.
Festive Dining

Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with loved ones over festive culinary presentations at Ash & Elm, or savour a cozy tête-à-tête over Christmas Afternoon Tea in the charming setting of The Lobby Lounge.

Ash & Elm

Festive Weekday Set Lunch
Christmas Eve Dinner
Christmas Day Brunch
New Year's Eve Dinner
New Year's Day Lunch

The Lobby Lounge

Classic Afternoon Tea: Merriment

Festive Takeaways

Celebrate the traditions of Christmas and the spirit of giving with InterContinental Singapore’s festive takeaways.

Making a comeback is the limited edition Advent Calendar, comprising 24 treats such as 2D1N voucher for Deluxe Room (worth up to $350), $50 dining voucher, and Moet & Chandon Brut (200ml); that truly enchants the countdown journey to Christmas.

A main highlight this year is the Piñata Fruit Cake – a playful rendition of the classic Christmas bake infused with rum and candied fruit. Guests can also look forward to the Lemon Strawberry Pistachio log cake, an intricate circular log cake comprising lemon mousse; and perennial favourite Winter Truffle Roasted Turkey.

Enjoy 15% +5% early-bird savings before 30 November. 



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