For the month of October, the Fullerton Hotel Singapore will
light up as a pink beacon for the month as part of the Hotel’s efforts to raise breast cancer awareness and support the cause during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2020.
“Our specially curated pink Afternoon Tea is designed for enjoyment and
more importantly, to raise awareness for this important cause and to show our support for all those who have been affected by breast cancer,” Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale, General Manager, The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts commented.
Both The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore has curated a pink-themed Afternoon Tea throughout the month of October.
Find an unique edition of the Afternoon Tea with the assortment of sweet and savoury flavours, including Dill Marinated Beetroot Confit & Cream Cheese in Mini Tartlet, Maple Glaze Tea Smoked Duck on Blueberry Bread, Coconut Pandan Lamington and Strawberry Macaron, as well as freshly-baked scones served with clotted cream and marmalade.
For each Afternoon Tea set sold, S$5 net will be donated to Breast Cancer Foundation in support of its efforts to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease.
The three-tiered Afternoon Tea set can be enjoyed in the sunlit atrium of The Courtyard on Monday to Sunday from 3 PM to 6 PM; and at The Landing Point on Monday to Friday from 3 PM to 5:30 PM and on weekends and Public Holidays from 12 PM to 2:30PM (first seating) and 3:30PM to 6PM (second seating).
How much is the Afternoon Tea at the Fullerton?
Each Afternoon Tea set is priced at S$51* per adult and S$26* per child^ on weekdays, and S$56* per adult and S$28* per child^ on weekends and Public Holidays.
*Prices are subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes.
^Children from 6 to 11 years old.
About BCF Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF)
The BCF is a social service agency with the mission to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease. Set up in 1997, BCF is committed to raising awareness about breast cancer through talks, events and publications that advocate early detection through regular screening, as well as supporting survivors and their families through various befriending, training and wellness activities. As one of the few advocacy groups in the world with a Men Support League that was integrated with Caregiver Support Group in year 2017, BCF aims to encourage greater male participation in society’s fight against this affliction. For more information, please visit www.bcf.org.sg.