High Tea Promotions in Singapore 2019 to Treat Yourself To

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High tea promotions in Singapore

Indulge in leisurely high-tea buffets in Singapore with these credit card deals that make time with loved ones — or yourself — even sweeter.

Editor’s note: Offers featured may change any time at the discretion of banks or merchants. Last updated Jan 2019.

Right about now, you might find yourself contemplating how your 2018 has been so far. Whether it’s been full of good stuff — resolutions going as planned — or if it’s been a year of growth through challenges and you’re humming wake me up when September ends in the shower, give yourself a break. Focus on what you have — friends, family, your health — and take a breather over a lazy afternoon high tea.

Here’s a list of seven places with the best high tea promotions in Singapore, complete with credit card deals from now until the end of the year. We’ll be updating this list as we come across new deals, so subscribe to our newsletter to get first dibs!

Best high tea promotions in 2019

Tea Room at Amara Singapore

Sit back, sip tea and enjoy a classic three-tier high tea set consisting of a delightful array of savoury bites, mini cakes, pastries and scones served alongside premium TWG teas. If you’re looking for just a light bite, opt for the pastry or macaron set.

Price: Cake Set: S$19++, Macaron Set: S$17++, Scone Set: S$17++

High tea promotion: 15% off with DBS, UOB, HSBC, Citibank, and Maybank credit cards
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Chihuly Lounge at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

A day out to the Art-Science Museum or The Marina Bay Shoppes may require a good spot to rest your feet for a much-needed recharge. Head over to the five-star eight-course afternoon tea or a weekend buffet at the Ritz-Carlton’s Chihuly Lounge.

Price: Weekday eight-course afternoon tea: S$49++ per pax, weekend afternoon tea Buffet: S$58++ (per adult), S$29++ (per child, six to 12 year old)

High tea promotion:

  • 15% off with Citi PremierMiles, Prestige and ULTIMA Cardmembers and HSBC Premier Mastercard and Visa Infinite credit cards
  • 10% off with Citibank, POSB/DBS, UOB credit cards


The Landing Point at The Fullerton Bay Hotel

A truly indulgent afternoon tea includes both good food and an even better view — in this case, of the Marina Bay waterfront. Whip out your gratefulness journal as you sip on a fancy glass of artisanal cocktail and help yourself to organic salads, delicious sandwiches and an array of local Asian favourites.

Price: Weekday Afternoon Tea Set:  S$50++ (per adult), S$25++ (per child), Weekend Afternoon Tea Set:  S$55++ (per adult), S$28++ (per child)

High tea promotion:

  • 20% off with Citi PremierMiles, Prestige and ULTIMA Card and Standard Chartered Visa Infinite 
  • 15% off with AMEX, CIMB, DBS/POSB, HSBC, Standard Chartered credit cards for a maximum of 8 people. Terms and conditions apply.

Enjoy high tea promotions with AMEX cardsThe right credit card will give you free access to airport lounges

High tea promotions with AMEX cardsThe right credit card will give you free access to airport lounges


The Courtyard at The Fullerton Hotel

If you’re looking for a simple, classic afternoon high tea buffet, head over to The Courtyard for a spread of unlimited pastries that include scones with cream. It also comes with an impressive range of teas. Pinkies up.

Price: Weekday Afternoon TeaS$49++ (per adult), S$24++ (per child), Weekday Afternoon Tea: S$55++ (per adult), S$27++ (per child)

High tea promotion:

  • 15% off with AMEX, POSB/DBS, HSBC, CIMB, Citibank, and OCBC credit cards for a maximum of 8 people.
  • 50% off for 2 people, 33% off for 3 people, 25% off for 4 people, 15% off for 5-8 people with a Standard Chartered credit card.
  • 20% off for Citi PremierMiles, Prestige and ULTIMA Card and Standard Chartered Visa Infinite cards


Spices Cafe at Concorde Hotel

Weekend afternoon tea at Spices Cafe offers a spread of mainly local cuisine like laksa and rojak. In case your taste buds are in the mood to be tickled, there’s sashimi, sushi, and a dessert that must be universally loved: Chocolate fondue. Now, all you have to do is get through the week.

Price: Weekend Afternoon Tea: S$39++ (per adult) or S$31++ with reservation from their website, S$18++ (per child, 3 to 12 years old), S$29++ (per senior citizen, from 55 years old)

High tea promotion:

  • 15% with UOB, OCBC, CIMB, POSB/DBS credit cards. Terms and conditions apply.


Crossroads Bar at Swissotel Merchant Court

They say you can’t please everyone. Well, good enough if you can please just two groups of people for a weekend: Those in the mood for an afternoon of traditional English scones and sandwiches, and those in favour of something a little more local like braised pork belly in steamed bun. Set your GPS to Crossroads Bar, and you’re set.

Price: S$38++ for 2 pax

High tea promotion: 18% off with DBS/POSB, Maybank and UOB credit cards. Terms and conditions apply.


Lobby Lounge at Shangri-La Hotel

Enjoy a three-tier local signature high tea set in the heart of Orchard Road. From kuehs to popiah, the delectable and colourful Peranakan feast will satisfy both your tummy and your eyes.

Price: Weekday Afternoon Tea Set: S$38++ per pax, Weekend Afternoon Tea Set: S$42++ per pax

High tea promotion: 10% off (Fri-Sun), 15% off (Mon-Thu) with HSBC, Citibank, DBS/POSB credit cards.


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Alexa FangBy Alexa Fang
Alexa is a pop-culture vulture. She lives to read, write and travel, and decided long ago that life is stranger than fiction. When she’s having croissant, she thinks in French. “31 Rue Cambon” is her favourite address, and she believes that money one enjoyed spending is never money wasted.