Harbour dinner-cruise in an imperial Ming Dynasty-style boat
Named after a famous 15th century Chinese Admiral-Explorer, the Cheng Ho is a replica of an imperial Ming Dynasty vessel, supposedly similar to the one that was sailed by the legendary admiral who gave it its name.
Watertours, the company that operates the Cheng Ho, offers three different "cruises": The Morning Glory and Afternoon High Tea cruises make a Stopover at Kusu Island, where you can visit the ancient Chinese Temple, while the Imperial dinner Cruise boasts a buffet dinner and stops next to Sentosa's south shore, where passengers can view the fireworks at the "Songs of the Sea" show...
The Morning Glory cruise departs from Marina South Pier at 10:30 am and lasts 2:30 hours. It costs SG$ 27/14 for an adult/child (price includes some coffee/tea and light snacks)
The Afternoon High Tea cruise departs at 3pm from the same place, and the price of SG$ 32/16 for an adult/child includes a High-tea buffet of sweet and savory pastries... It also lasts 2:30 hours
The Imperial dinner Cruise leaves at 6:30 pm, lasts 2:30 hours and costs SG$ 55/29 for an adult/child
The operator provides a complimentary Pick-Up Service from some hotels in town, as well as from Marina Bay MRT
For more details and bookings: Visit this website, where you can find all the necessary information.