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Private Dining in Singapore – Where even the sky is not the limit

Singapore is a tiny island located below its giant neighbour, Malaysia. Despite being one of the smallest countries in the world, Singapore has grown in leaps and bounds to take its place on the world stage. With over fifty one million tourist arrivals in 2012, visitor numbers continue to grow. The country enjoys a strong economic climate and the capital city is a major commercial hub and a port of call for anyone doing business in Southeast Asia.

Singapore has successfully met the challenge of catering to the seasoned business traveller as well as to the leisure traveller. These visitors, from all across the globe, have created the need for a wide array of cuisines. The growing demand has given rise to one of the most vibrant food scenes in the region, many come in search of the best restaurant Singapore has to offer. The city offers street food that is extremely popular and easily accessible. Restaurants, eateries and food courts are bustling at any given hour of the day and options to suit every palate and budget are available. In recent times, however, there has been a growth in the demand for fine dining: Sheraton Towers Singapore boasts three such exclusive restaurants DOMVS, for Italian food, wine and elegance; Li Bai for Cantonese, named after the famous Tang Dynasty poet, and The Dining Room serves up an expansive East meets West buffet.

Given the increase in business travellers, the need for private dining facilities has also grown. Several restaurants in the city offer private rooms with customisable menus. Professional chefs, even celebrity chefs, are called up to deliver one of a kind creations to exclusive groups of diners. Private dining options range from intimate tatami rooms, for an authentic Japanese experience and elite venues set up for business meetings, which are to be conducted over a meal to laid back steakhouses and pub style set ups. The recently constructed Singapore Flyer has ‘capsules’ that allow for ‘private dining in the sky’.

Shehera Fioni is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Catalina Forbes. Her content is based on many thrilling escapades offered to travellers across the world. Google+


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