Hot! REVIEW: The Clan Hotel Uncovers: Craft and Cook Package

The Clan Hotel Singapore_Lobby_Day

CONTENT: Michelle Ng/ Andrew Kho
IMAGE: The Clan Hotel / Luxe Multimedia

Take your staycation to the next level with The Clan Uncovers: Craft and Cook Package, which is a two night stay which comes with a curated itinerary to keep you entertained while you learn more about the cultural histories through hands-on experiences.

Located in the in the CBD – Far East Square, The Clan Hotel towers 30-storey high in between Chinatown, Telok Ayer, Amoy Street and Raffles Place area and near to numerous eateries and heritage sites.

Once you step into the lobby, you will be immediately be welcomed by the floor to ceiling window and the luxurious origami like hanging installation by Singaporean artist Grace Tan which was inspired by the close friendships and bonds formed between the early immigrants who settled in Singapore in the 1800’s.

When viewed from an angle, the installation panels come together as a continuum, signifying the spirit of togetherness and representing the great things achieved through the community’s collective efforts and aspirations.

Instead of the usual welcome drinks being offered by other luxury hotels, The Clan goes local with the Tea Ceremony which will be prepared by the Tea Master for the day and paired with the property’s very own Tau Sar Piah.

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The MASTER Series Premier Room

The property features 324 rooms and 3 room categories (Deluxe, Premier and Grand Premier)
For this stay, we stayed in the hotel’s Premier room category which falls under the property’s signature MASTER Series Premier Room.

Guests staying at the Master Series rooms will enjoy additional curated perks such as complimentary one way limo transfer, choice of customised in-room refreshments, handmade soap selection, local precinct tour and the clan keeper service aka your personal butler.

Each and every rooms in the property is luxuriously designed boasting floor to ceiling windows with unparalleled views. Each of the rooms are quite spacious and one of the best designed hotels we had visited in Singapore.

Sky Pool

Experiential Activity

As part of the experiential package, the stay comes with choice of one activity, either Master of Craft Sandal-making Workshop by Shoe Artistry where you can stitch your own pair of sustainable leather footwear or Cultural Tour & Cooking Class by Let’s Go Tour, two cooking classes to learn about the Hainanese or Hokkien clan communities through a culinary tour.

Discover Hainan took us on a backlane through the Bras Basah area, which was a Hainanese enclave back when the Hainan people first arrived in Singapore. Today, the streets houses some of the most popular Hainanese chicken rice stores. We then finished the tour with a cooking class where we whipped up dishes like Hainanese chicken rice, kueh yi bua — glutinous rice flour cakes with a palm sugar–laced filling of coconut, sesame, and ginger — and old-school Hainanese pork chop.

After a long day of activity, you may also enjoy a dip at the Sky Pool or sweat it out at the Sky Gym.

Qin Restaurant

Experience QĪN Restaurant

The package also include a 4-Course Dinner at QĪN Restaurant to treat your tastebuds. In line with the hotel’s spirit of modern luxury mixed in with nostalgia, the dinner is a sensory experience of reimagined traditional dishes with a touch of elegance created by head chef Nixon Low of the TungLok Group.

The highlight of the dinner is the Hainan, No Rice Please, an interesting dish that reinterprets the favourite Hainanese dish through French cooking techniques. Chicken leg is shaped into roulades, with juicy chicken breast slices and dehydrated chicken chips served with a spicy garlic chilli aoili and shoyu jus. Barley grain balls, designed after chicken rice balls, were nice and chewy and made for a healthy replacement for the deliciously oily chicken rice.

The set dinner also comes with a complimentary Concoction of the Day for 2, and you can always opt for a non-alcoholic option.

The Clan Uncovers: Craft and Cook Experiential Stay Package is priced at S$1,048 nett for a 3D/2N stay which includes a late check-out till 4pm. Available for bookings until 25 December 2021.

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