Randy Indulgence is a healthy Cereal and Acai bar located in the bustle of the CBD at Tanjong Pagar Centre that offers great taste and superfood goodness Acai, minus the second guessing.
Be it any time of the day, Randy Indulgence will help you get it started feeling great and closing it with a sweet bang. Not to mention you can now enjoy ice cream in a healthier way with their fruit and ice cream fusion plus a dash choice cereals for the added crunch factor in your creamy snack.
There is always room for dessert when you don't have to answer to calorie calculator, and there is never a wrong time for a good snack with them!
The new Yishun Park Hawker Centre with 45 cooked food stalls and about 750 seats has open for business. Residents can look forward to enjoying affordable food at the new hawker centre, which will feature natural ventilation, family-friendly features, such as child-friendly toilet facilities and family-friendly seating, and built-in tray-return facilities at accessible locations.
The National Environment Agency (NEA) has appointed Timbre Group as the managing agent for the Yishun Park hawker centre on a not-for-profit basis. Timbre Group’s proposal was selected following the evaluation of the five proposals received for NEA’s call for tender for the management of the hawker centre made in February 2017. The proposal by Timbre Group showed a strong emphasis on social objectives, had various productivity measures, and comprised innovative solutions to ensure the vibrancy of the hawker centre. Timbre Group was set up in 2005, and they have a wide experience in the local food and beverage industry.
NEA has been exploring various alternative management models for hawker centres by engaging socially-conscious operators as managing agents. The experience of these operators in food and beverage operations, as well as property and lease management, can help improve the operational efficiency of hawker centres. They can also help enhance the dining experience at hawker centres while ensuring good quality and affordable food. Socially-conscious operators may also be more flexible and better able to provide centre-specific solutions to address issues which vary from centre to centre.
At 14 storeys high, the turbine comes with three 10.5-metre long-span rotor blades that produces an electrical output rating of 100 kilowatts, enough to power 45 four-room HDB units a year.
The wind turbine is also sensitive enough to generate power even with wind speeds as low as 3 metres/second, up to a maximum of 20 metres/second.
In partnership with French multinational electric utility company ENGIE, the new turbine is part of NTU’s Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator – Singapore (REIDS) initiative being built at Semakau Landfill. Under this initiative, several hybrid microgrids will be developed in the coming years, producing enough energy to power 100 four-room HDB flats for a whole year.
Along with the wind turbine, each of the hybrid microgrid will integrate with various renewable energy sources such as solar, tidal, diesel, and power-to-gas technologies. Currently, over 4,500 square metres of photovoltaic (PV) panels, large-scale lithium-ion energy storage systems as well as a hydrogen refuelling station are already operating on the island. Each of the microgrid is expected to produce stable and consistent power in the half-megawatt range, suitable for small islands, isolated residential areas, and emergency power supplies. The microgrids will eventually occupy over 64,000 square metres of land or roughly about nine soccer fields.
It will comprise of 735 residential units spanning across 4 towers of 22-storey high apartment blocks.
Parc Botannia is well located next to the Thanggam LRT station, which is 1 LRT stop to The Seletar Mall, 3 LRT stops to the upcoming Sengkang Community Hospital and 4 LRT stops to Compass One.
With the opening of Fernvale Street, which connects Fernvale Road and Jalan kayu, this development is conveniently located with hippy cafes and famous Singapore food along Jalan kayu. Amenities, supermarkets and eateries are aplenty around this development.
Joe & Dough was founded in 2009 with the dream to make good coffee and sandwiches accessible to everyone. They don't do a whole lot, but what they do, they do it right with a great deal of care, sincerity and pride. Their latest outlet is now open at DUO Galleria.
Joe & Dough likes to turn the daily routine of coffee and sandwiches into a bespoke treat. From sourcing the best Arabica beans that they grind on demand to insisting on baking their own breads and choosing only the finest ingredients, they serve coffee and food that they are genuinely proud of. Ultimately, they believe that there is no secret ingredient for great taste, just good, honest food and coffee made by people who care.
Expect an extended design experience at the Red Dot Design Museum, with the exhibition galleries, museum shop and the design cafe & bar opening late till 2am daily!
As the only museum in Singapore that opens past midnight, the Red Dot Design Museum is an alternative night-time desitination to visit after-hours.
In 1955, the “Ständige Schau formschöner Industrieerzeugnisse” (Permanent Show of Elegant Industrial Products) was established in Villa HÃ¼gel in Essen, Germany. It evolved over the years to become the Red Dot Design Museum.
Today, the Red Dot Design Museum in Germany and Singapore presents the world’s largest exhibition of contemporary design.
Red Dot Design Museum Singapore now sits on a glass building located along the Marina Bay Waterfront. The building used to be the Marina Bay City Gallery that showcase the story of Singapore’s urban transformation and the development of Marina Bay.
With the museum as the new tenant, the iconic building has been given a new lease of life with clever space transformations to include several galleries, retail, cafe and outdoor seating space to host year round design exhibitions.
Choose from hundreds of Superga trainers at their latest boutique at WestGate!
Born 1911 in Torino, Italy, under the stewardship of Walter Martiny, Superga started producing shoes with vulcanized rubber soles, ensuring both flexibility and durability, thereby redefining the humble trainer. The Classic Superga 2750 range has been an icon from the beginning. Long a favourite for taking Italians from the city to the beach during the weekends, its ubiquity demonstrates its versatility, and crucially, comfort— thus the slogan “People’s shoes of Italy”.
Within its 106 years of history, they have seen the iconic trainers being worn by the likes of John Lennon and Yoko Ono—on their wedding day, no less. A string of recent high-profile collaborations with The Row, Disney, Scotch & Soda, The Blonde Salad and Gosha Rubchinskiy has consequently seen the brand recognised as a staple to the fashion-savvy.