Los Angeles' Barry's Bootcamp will hit Singapore with their fitness classes and more this May. Their flagship studio in Singapore is set to open at the new integrated development in Raffles Place area, 18 Robinson.
Their honest and no-nonsense workout program has attracted a legendary following of loyal enlistees, including many celebrities. It was designed around one simple goal- to create THE BEST WORKOUT IN THE WORLD!
Their class includes interval cardio on treadmills and strength training using free weights and traditional military exercises. Burning fat, tightening up the body and building muscle has never been easier…
Established in 1960 as a food stall specialising in Hainanese chicken rice in the Pratunam district of Bangkok, Go-Ang Kaomunkai Pratunam quickly gained popularity among locals. Today, the brand is synonymous with the area, and in 2018 and 2019, the popular eatery was awarded a prestigious Michelin Bib Gourmand Award in the Bangkok edition of Michelin Guide.
At Go-Ang Pratunam, Singaporeans can indulge in aromatic chicken and rice dishes, soups, their signature braised pork and homemade chilli sauce. There are also vegetables, fish side dish options and desserts, creating the familiar communal dining experience synonymous with Singapore.
Las Vegas Sands has released an official announcement on a bold expansion plan for Marina Bay Sands in Singapore which will see the world’s most successful and recognizable integrated resort add significant new tourism offerings to the property. The company has entered into a development agreement with the Singapore government and said it will quickly begin work on the new project.
Located immediately adjacent to the existing Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort (IR), the key elements of the development will be a state-of-the-art 15,000-seat arena, a luxury hotel tower and additional MICE (Meeting, Incentive, Convention, and Exhibition) space.
“Marina Bay Sands is an iconic tourism destination that has exceeded all of our hopes in growing leisure and business tourism in Singapore and it is a privilege to receive the Singapore government’s continued support of its development. The property has achieved amazing success for both Singapore and our company and we plan to create even more with this expansion,” said Las Vegas Sands Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Sheldon G. Adelson.
Located within the newly-opened Village Hotel at Sentosa, Native Kitchen takes diners on a culinary adventure with an island-inspired menu featuring the best of land and sea, prepared with a tropical twist. Celebrate the lifestyle of Asian and Polynesian islands with Native Kitchen's take on a number of culinary favourites, while embracing the culture of togetherness with communal dining options.
Native Kitchen appeals to guests and diners from all around the world - travellers, families, locals, business executives and leisure-seekers - looking to soak in the easy tropical vibe and savour a truly delectable experience.
Guests can tuck into the best of land and sea with a tropical twist. From the land, key signatures include a hearty Big Kahuna Burger, a savoury Mojo Pork Cubano Sandwich and comforting Bebek Goreng. From the sea, the refreshing island ceviche, Misoyaki Butterfish and Steamed Barramundi are not to be missed. Guests looking for Singaporean flavours are also treated to local staples such as Native Kitchen's Nasi Lemak, Hainan Island Chicken Rice and Singapura Laksa. Also available are a selection of Grilled Meats, Fish & Seafood, great for sharing.
Diners can round off their tropical feast with refreshing Native Rejuvenators and Smoothies or refreshing desserts such as the Ginger Zinger Juice Rejuvenator, Mango Lassi Smoothie, Pineapple Upside Down Cake and Hula Pie. Those looking for a good time will also be able to choose from a selection of Cocktails, Mocktails, Spirits, Beers, Wines, and other refreshing beverages.
Some people say they make the best craft beer in Vietnam. In fact, they’ve been rated the best Brewery in Vietnam by Ratebeer for the past 2 years. Enter the darkness in Singapore APRIL 2019 and decide for yourself...
Heart of Darkness Brewery on Tras Street is all about duality. Good and evil. Sane and insane. Big, bold, crafted brews that will challenge the way you think about beer. Thirst quenching, session beers that will have you bouncing off the walls. Hop bombs that will give you a kick-to-the-teeth, while still being balanced and delicious. Whatever your taste, they’ve got it….
Their taproom is a communal eating and drinking experience, built around a vibrant, passion-filled menu and their tasty brews. They’ll have 20 taps on-site with 10 tried-and-true flagships, and 10 rotator taps - there will always be something new to tickle your taste buds. They put a whole lot of love into every brew, and their relentless pursuit of quality means that they use only the finest ingredients from around the globe. They are prolific brewers - having brewed over 220 different styles of craft beer since we opened in October 2016. A hoppy twist to a porter? Easy. A 10% ABV, 70 IBU Pilsner?! True story. A 123 IBU Indian Pale Ale? Definitely! Each and every beer is brewed to the same amazing standard of quality. Every. Single. Time. It’s their brewers’ mastery of balancing hops, malts, and yeasts that ensures quality and consistency.
There at Heart of Darkness, they’re all about the good life... Great food, even better beers and amazing service. Like their Facebook page to find out more about when they're opening... It won't be long now!!!
They say all good things must come to an end, but with endings come new beginnings too. After 23 years on Circular Road, Mag’s Wine Kitchen has relocated to the charming Keong Saik Road.
Mag’s has since 1996 been offering customers a venue for good wines, food and camaraderie. Owned by banker turned chef, Mag and her team continue to create bistro styled food with a modern twist. “The premise behind our cuisine will always be simplicity, using the freshest ingredients in the market.” said Mag.
Mag’s is a chic and intimate restaurant serving up modern French cuisine and a curated wine & sake list boasting over 150 different labels.
D2-i at Paragon is a hub for uniquely selected contemporary designers from Indonesia. First of its kind in Singapore, the D2-i store presents a new interpretation on the Indoneisnan fashion style, with unexpected designs for those who want to be different.
Collections from Indonesia's rising brands including Ali Charisma, Novita Yunus, Sav Lavin, Rengganis, B'Lux, Aldre, Sofie and many ore, offer an exicting range of fashion for women, men and handcrafted accessories such as jewellery and bags.
Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ & Shabu Shabu at the newly-revamped Cineleisure promises both authenticity and affordability for a gourmet Japanese Yakiniku experience. Hungry shoppers can expect a premium buffet at just S$59.90, which includes a free flow of Tenkaichi’s signature grilled Wagyu Beef that are hand sliced and freshly served to order.
Alternatively, for a limited time only, customers can opt for its value-for-money and irresistible S$10 Donburi sets, ranging from Chirashi Don, Wagyu Beef Yakiniku Don, Hotate Mentai Mayo Don and Cheesy Chicken Teriyaki Don.