Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant is now also available at Great World City. With a diverse selection of soup bases such as the popular Sichuan spicy soup and rich ginseng chicken soup, they use only the freshest and finest ingredients to serve an excellent steamboat.
Today, Imperial Treasure Group has 23 restaurants under its name, as well as over 20 accolades – including the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants.
Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant's soup bases are made daily from scratch and simmers for hours on the stove, for you to complete with choice cuts of meat, succulent seafood, fresh vegetables, and delectable handmade meatballs. The result is a flavourful pot – perfect for gathering with business partners or loved ones.
Emirates Leisure Retail (ELR), one of the fastest growing travel retail groups globally, has opened to welcome its first guests to The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck at Singapore Changi Airport, Terminal 3 (T3).
Following ELR’s successful bid for three concessions at Changi Airport, The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck is the first ELR outlet to open. Already winning praise, the spacious premium casual-dining eatery provides guests the option of dining from the all-day menu or relaxing with a drink at the bar.
Travellers can enjoy the acclaimed celebrity chef’s renowned interpretation of global comfort fare using only the freshest quality, locally-sourced ingredients. Set in a stunning outlet with a raised kitchen platform and a feature pizza oven at its heart, the outlet’s open plan design allows guests a perfect view of the team’s excitement and energy on the culinary stage.
The outlet boasts a selection of dishes that are unique to Changi Airport, such as the Spicy Chicken Potstickers, Asian BBQ Chicken Pizza, Steamed Scottish Salmon Hong Kong Style, and the Australian Ribeye with Kalbi Glaze. The menu will also feature one of Wolfgang’s signature dishes, the Chicken Salad, with napa cabbage, wontons, cashews and a ginger-sesame vinaigrette. Breakfast options include the Eggs & Hash Bowl with sausage and Smoked Salmon Bagel.
For travellers looking for a refined dining experience at Changi Airport during the day, The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck also offers artisanal pizza, gourmet sandwiches, pasta, salads and entrees. Guests can also enjoy a range of specialty cocktails and Wolfgang Puck’s own label of premium Red and White wine.
Park Place Residences at Paya Lebar Road and Sims Avenue, is the residential component of Paya Lebar Quarter, an integrated development comprising of 429 residential units, 3 world-class office towers and a mall with over 200 retailers set amidst green and connected spaces.
The Paya Lebar mixed development features an excellent location. The nearest MRT Station is Paya Lebar MRT Station and that is connected to two lines, the Circle Line and the East West Line. The construction will be completed sometime in 2018.
First established in 1977 as an independent retail store, Royal Sporting House has since grown into a multi-brand, multi-store network that offers a wide selection of apparel, footwear, accessories and equipment from international sports brands like Reebok, Speedo, Nautica, Sperry and Wilson.
They now have an outlet store at MacPherson so you can get all your sporting needs at up to 70% off.
Providing an enjoyable shopping experience for the sports enthusiast, Royal Sporting House's strong presence in Singapore is a result of their commitment to building trust and long-term relationships with their customers and partners. The epitome of “sports as lifestyle”, Royal Sporting House and Stadium encapsulate the crossover of sports into the realm of fashion and lifestyle.
Brands available at the new outlet store include Reebok, Saucony, Speedo, CAT, Merrell, Wilson, Mizuno, Ted Baker and more.
Viv's Schoolhouse is a childcare centre at Queen Street (for children aged 18 months to 6 years) that focuses not only on academic excellence but also character development and strong family units. Through a holistic approach and by making learning fun and sustainable, they give your child the opportunity to maximize his/her greatest potential academically and artistically.
Their curriculum is designed to be fun and interactive. They strive to develop their children’s passions, and empower them with the confidence and skills to overcome challenges.
With their low teacher-to-child ratio, they are also able to monitor each child’s progress closely and identify notable strengths as well as areas for improvement. At least once a week, they construct individualized lesson plans for children to better develop their interests, and to help overcome each child’s challenges with greater ease.
Edes Spa is now at Horse City. A recluse for those who enjoy a rustic ambience, treatment rooms with open air gardens and shower; and smell of the countryside.
Edes Spa is the trademark of Esth'EdeS Institute International Inc., product manufacturers and operators of international Beauty and Spas. They embrace Swiss standards and tradition of providing holistic treatments and their programs are designed to offer guests comprehensive beauty and spa treatments using products developed and manufactured in Switzerland under GMP standards.
SBCD Korean Tofu House specialises in tofu stews (Sundubu) and is located in the basement of the new Tanjong Pagar Centre. There you'll find a fully-fledged menu of Korean comfort food.
Sundubu, is a type of jjigae (Korean stew), consisting of freshly curdled tofu, ingredients of meat or seafood, egg and gochujang (Korean Miso) served in a hot stone pot with white rice on the side. The varieties available include Original Beef or Pork, Assorted Seafood, Oyster, Abalone, Intestines, Ham & Cheese, Vegetables and Sesame.
The new Outdoor Discovery Centre at their Tanjong Katong campus underlines Canadian International School’s focus on facilitating academic excellence in the Kindergarten years through play-based learning in environments that nurture creativity and exploration. Hands-on exploration in the Primary years solidifies concepts and understanding more concretely than rote learning. By the age of 10, students who have “played” in their formative years excel in creativity, intelligence, oral expression and work habits.
Their Outdoor Discovery Centre is an extension of our indoor classrooms, filled with textures, sounds and smells unique to the outdoors. There are lots of purpose-built areas for children to interact with nature and run around as well as spaces where they can withdraw and quietly reflect. Spaces include a play fort, a mud kitchen, a sound garden, a natural tunnel and grassy hill, a creative play space with loose parts, a bike track and quiet areas intentionally designed to build minds and bodies, and nurture strong connections to nature.