Set to be an iconic Singapore landmark, Jewel is designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie and features a distinctive dome-shaped facade made of glass and steel. It will offer both international visitors and locals world-class play attractions, shopping and dining experiences, accommodation and aviation facilities all in a single location.
The new Burger & Lobster eatery will be located at Canopy Park, Jewel’s topmost floor, where diners will be treated to spectacular views of the verdant landscaping, and the majestic 40- metre high Rain Vortex, set to be the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.
The London-born dining hotspot will feature a core menu that includes its famed prime burger, fresh Atlantic lobster and original lobster roll alongside a delicious drinks programme catering to travellers, trend-seekers and local residents. New dishes using locally sourced ingredients and inspired by local flavours will also be introduced to the menu on a seasonal basis.
Burger & Lobster has appointed award-wining interior design consultancy Rockett to oversee the design and build of the 81-cover luxury eatery at Jewel. The newest Burger & Lobster restaurant will have a luxurious, contemporary design that infuses the unique mix of lush nature with urban energy, to create a dining experience that promises to enthral and delightdiners. The restaurant’s unique design will feature rich reds, bold marble and beautiful handmade crackle-glazed tiles alongside eye-catching fresh lobster tanks, which can be viewed from every seat in the restaurant.
With further eateries planned to launch across the globe, including the United States and Asia, the expansion follows a ‘better than expected’ year-end period of trading globally.
Jewel is on track to open in the first half of 2019.
Backed by 70 years of experience in manufacturing premium upholstery furniture, Chateau d'Ax is now in Singapore! They take pride in bringing quality Italian furniture that add beauty and functional comfort to any home. Visit their showroom at Palais Renaissance.
Chateau d’Ax is a leading manufacturer of upholstery furniture. Since 1948 Chateau d’Ax creates exclusive products. Helmed by the Colombo family for three generations, Chateau d’Ax upholds the strong values of family tradition, craftsmanship, quality, and unbeatable comfort.
Today, Chateau d’Ax is a leading Italian brand with more than 450 stores in 84 countries. Every day 2500 families in the world buy a sofa in one of the 450 monobrand Chateau d’Ax stores. Unique designs set their sofas apart from others. Every sofa comes with a choice of leather or fabric coverings that offer freedom of design.
TungLok Group's newest dining concept, Duckland, is now open at United Square! Explore all there is to the beloved bird with the restaurant's 'farm to fork' concept, where top-quality ducks are specially flown in, all the way from Ireland.
Patrons can expect specialty duck dishes as well as dishes which do not feature duck as a main ingredient. Irish cuisine like Irish Lamb Stew, Bacon Cabbage Colcannon & more are availalble and there is something for everyone.
JAM draws the modern Asian family table into Siri House, introducing diverse flavours and influences to their shared plates. Led by Ming Tan (Lolla, Park Bench Deli) and Jeremy Cheok (Garang Grill), familiar, quality produce are delivered with signature twists, while service forgoes formality for genuine warmth and hospitality. Sunday Punch’s Mark Tay and Yap Hwee Jen elevate the dining experience with a sophisticated bar programme, comprising a line-up of distillates and spirits developed in-house.
Refined, playful and deliberate, JAM at Siri House celebrates the gathering of kith and kin, and their enjoyment of great food, at its heart.
Siri House in Dempsey Hill is a lifestyle, social and dining space by Sansiri, Thailand’s leading luxury property developer, bringing together people, art, design, food, and retail - all essential elements for a sought-after place of gathering. An emblem of the Sansiri lifestyle, Siri House welcomes everyone. Whether you’re looking for a brunch spot on the weekend, a cocktail masterclass to attend, a thoughtful gift for a friend or just for quiet refuge, Siri House is the place to be.
Nestled in Dempsey Hill, Siri House features a Sales Gallery highlighting Sansiri’s most prestigious property developments; JAM at SIRI HOUSE, a restaurant that elevates the home dining and drinking experience; an intimate Art Space that will exhibit a roster of art shows by Thai and international artists; The Shop retailing a hot list of ones-to-watch-and-know design brands from Thailand.
The CRL is Singapore's eighth MRT line and also our longest fully underground line. When fully completed, it will serve existing and future developments in the eastern, western, and north-eastern corridors, linking major hubs such as Jurong Lake District, Punggol Digital District and Changi region. The projected daily ridership of the entire CRL is more than 600,000 in the initial years, increasing to over 1 million in the longer term.
LTA will construct the CRL in three phases. Phase 1 of the CRL (CRL1) is 29 kilometres long, and comprises 12 stations from Aviation Park to Bright Hill. This will serve residential and industrial areas such as Loyang, Tampines, Pasir Ris, Defu, Hougang, Serangoon North and Ang Mo Kio. More than 100,000 households will benefit from CRL1, and common recreational spaces such as Changi Beach Park and Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park will also become more accessible by public transport. Construction for CRL1 is expected to commence in 2020 and be completed by 2029.
Engineering studies are still being conducted for the other phases of the CRL, including the two underground alignment options in the vicinity of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. LTA has consulted various stakeholders and will take all views into consideration before deciding on the final alignment. Details will be announced when ready.
With the improved connectivity, CRL1 will shorten travel times for commuters between the central, north-eastern and eastern parts of Singapore. For instance, a commuter staying at Serangoon North and working at Loyang Industrial Estate will enjoy travel time savings of up to 70%, from 75 minutes by bus today to 25 minutes on the CRL1. As with the introduction of other new rail lines, LTA will review the bus services in surrounding areas to optimise connectivity to CRL1 and the rest of the rail network.
CRL1 will connect to the East-West Line at Pasir Ris Station, North East Line at Hougang Station, North-South Line at Ang Mo Kio Station, and the upcoming Thomson-East Coast Line at Bright Hill Station. This multiplies the travel route options for many commuters’ journeys, thus enhancing the connectivity and resilience of our overall rail network.