The Intan – A Homey Peranakan Mueum

The Intan – A Homey Peranakan Mueum

The Intan is not your typical museum with high ceilings and white walls, instead Museum curator Alvin Yapp, invites you into his home and to view his private collection of all things Peranakan. Realising the importance of preserving his Peranakan culture at a young age, he has been collecting since the age of 15 from sources as near as Singapore […]

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Italian Master Chef Gallina Guest Staring at The Lighthouse

Italian Master Chef Gallina Guest Staring at The Lighthouse

What happens when world-renowned Italian Master Chef Giacomo Gallina makes a one-week guest cooking appearance at The Lighthouse? A week long of sold out dinner tables and limited lunch spots remaining is what happens! Our night starts as any visit to The Lighthouse restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel should, with drinks at the restaurant’s rooftop bar. While enjoying views over […]

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Lime House – Caribbean Food Takes on Singapore

Lime House – Caribbean Food Takes on Singapore

Whether you are familiar with Caribbean food or not, Lime House is a new Singapore hot spot to get excited about. This recently opened multi-storey shop house on Jiak Chuan Road promises to be a good time with a menu of exciting Caribbean cuisine and rum punch cocktails not to be missed. Behind the concept of Lime House is owner […]

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Brunch Parisian Style at Ô Batignolles

Brunch Parisian Style at Ô Batignolles

At Ô Batignolles, it’s easy to image you are in Paris. The indoors blends into street side terrace seating, French music is playing in the background and we can all enjoy brunch as the Parisian’s do, with a few glasses of champagne accompanying our croissants, eggs and pancakes.

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Essential Eames Exhibition at Marina Bay Sands

Essential Eames Exhibition at Marina Bay Sands

The Essential Eames exhibition brings to life the story of design duo Charles and Ray Eames through over 100 of their works and images culled from the collections of the Eames family, Eames Office, and Herman Miller.  The exhibition showcases a number of rare and never-before-seen works and images. Highlights include a special chair designed for Pope John Paul II; […]

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Champagne and Food Indulgences – Brunch at Lime

Champagne and Food Indulgences – Brunch at Lime

“May I offer you some champagne with your brunch? How about orange juice?” That’s exactly what I like to hear when rewarding myself with a decadent Sunday brunch. And the champagne is not the only thing that is decadent about Lime’s Sunday Brunch. Wait until you hear about food, you will wish you didn’t have that big dinner the night […]

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PasarBella – Shop, Dine, Unwind

PasarBella – Shop, Dine, Unwind

Finally a permanent European style farmers market opens in Singapore and PasarBella incorporates Singapore’s love of eating out with lots of great dining options. Not only can you stop by to pick up hard to find food items like organic groceries, imported cheese, hearty breads, unique wine, specialty olive oils and fresh seafood, you can also relax and enjoy a […]

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Mariko’s Restaurant and Bar- Ramen, Sake and a Bit of Sass

Mariko’s Restaurant and Bar- Ramen, Sake and a Bit of Sass

With two red lights glowing outside a renovated shop house in the former red light district turned hot spot of Jiak Chuan Road Singapore, Mariko’s seems to be a fitting concept for a Japanese restaurant in the area. Looking like a dark and seductive Japanese den, the restaurant is named after a 1950’s manga character Mariko; a Japanese prostitute. With a […]

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