One of Singapore oldest mosques, Angullia Mosque, has reopened its doors for worshippers
Angullia Mosque has been an iconic landmark in the area of Serangoon Road and Little India for more than 120 years.
The Mosque was built on Wakaff land bequeathed by MSE Angullia. Still standing at its present site, the first blueprints of the Mosque was dated in 1890.
Since its initial construction somewhere in the late 1890s, several upgrading works have been undertaken to maintain its functionality and relevance to its immediate community.
Angullia Mosque serves a large community of Muslims within the Serangoon Road district and many of their congregants include both the local and foreign workforce within the Serangoon Road business district.
The Music Suite at Marina Square offers a comprehensive music education for kids and adults alike, catering to your artistic, theoretical and educational needs. Programs range from Music Kids!, a preparatory class designed for toddlers, to the Academy Program, a serious course aimed at providing your child with music knowledge, technical skill and performance experience beyond his years.
Join The Music Suite and experience what it is like to be a real, all-rounded musician.
Housed in building steeped in history, Wanderlust is an oasis in the heart of bustling Little India and Jalan Besar. Their 29 contemporary, efficiently designed rooms & lofts welcome both long & short-term guests to a comfortable home away from home perfect for business & leisure travellers. Enjoy the convenience of their location coupled with thoughtful ammenities including apartments with kitchenettes, complimentary laundry facilities & landscaped terrace with jacuzzi.
From cosy studios to double-storey lofts – their thoughtfully designed rooms let you enjoy all the comforts of home in a space that you call your own.
222 Arts Club is Singapore’s newest multifaceted event space. This 5,000 sqft space is located within walking distance from the art’s district, in Bras Basah. The space offers a unique environment for brands, producers and agencies masses of creative, flexible and inspiring setups.
Day and night, it can accommodate for larger events or smaller groups for an intimate setting. The space is the ultimate blank canvas for exclusive private events, conferences, art exhibitions, concerts, product launches, photoshoots and filming.
The arts, music and culture have the power to enrich the creative scene. 222 Arts Club's mission is to support the arts community to achieve their vision for the city being a diverse and distinctive arts hub that can inspire, connect and position Singapore globally.
Curating international arts initiatives and music gigs ensures local communities are exposed first hand to the best local and global talents. Both serving the community and raising the bar for aspiring creatives, artists and musicians.
Rise and shine with appetizing breakfasts from 8am weekdays, all-day menu from 11am, which is available at the newly-opened PS.Cafe at Great World City.
Established in 1999, PS.Cafe has become a Singapore institution synonymous with delivering gourmet comfort food in urban escapes with friendly service. Celebrate the everyday with an all-day menu that spans western café classics to Asian street food.
Once a boarding school for the children of British soldiers, the former Kinloss House has been completely restored to its former classic beauty. This 2,400 sqm building set on 1.9 hectares of land used to be the executive training center for a major global company. The Lady Hill Road address is now used by EHL Campus in Singapore.
The property houses classrooms, meeting rooms, a large multi-purpose hall and numerous break out spaces. This location has been selected based on several factors such as potential for student life, quality and aesthetics, flexibility to accommodate modern learning formats, its peaceful environment to facilitate learning, proximity to some of the main touristic landmarks and an opportunity to offer an EHL experience with a genuinely local flavor.
The Campus is in an upscale part of Singapore, in lush natural surroundings. It is located near the Tanglin area (a wealthy residential hub), a region of the city known for its grand mansions and sweeping lawns, which now house a number of International Schools, Embassies and High Commissions.
Many shops, food courts and other attractions are a quick drive away, including Orchard Road, Singapore’s main shopping street, a few minutes away by car.
EHL Group's Campus Singapore project has been approved by the Singaporean authorities, and earned the EduTrust certification. Candidates can apply to start their Preparatory Year at the EHL Campus Lausanne in September 2020 and then begin their Bachelor course as the first cohort at EHL Campus (Singapore) in the fall of 2021.
Incorporating traditional elements in today's world - Torii Izakaya on Duxton Road aims to create a one of a kind modern izakaya experience. Well known for creating burst of flavours, Torii is set to excite taste buds for Japanese food lovers, with a twist!
Have your pick from their menu of yakitoris to donburis, and pair it with a glass (or two) of Suntory whiskey, founded by Shinjiro Torii; famous for putting Japanese whiskey on the map.
Enjoy dishes like Beef Donburi, Aburi Salmon Yuzu Maki and many more mouth-watering items at Torii Izakaya.
Those craving for a taste of traditional Japanese kushiyaki can now find it at the newly opened Matsukiya at Paragon, the latest brainchild from the Sushi Tei group. The establishment serves up traditional Japanese kushiyaki skewers, with premium ingredients such as Miyazaki Wagyu Rib-eye and foie gras, all perfectly cooked and charred over traditional binchotan charcoal.
To deliver the best of this Japanese soul food to Singapore, Matsukiya works closely with its supplier partners to curate top-quality ingredients for its kushiyaki. The chicken of choice here is the hormone-free, antibiotic-free and cage-free chicken from one of the finest poultry suppliers. A fine selection of meats, seafood and produce is also freshly sourced from Japan for an impeccable gourmand experience.
The traditional art of delicate binchotan grilling, unlike western-style barbeques, brings out the sweet, natural flavours of the fresh produce and quality meats without masking it with heavy smoke and chemicals.
Well-seasoned, hand-brushed with homemade marinate glaze and lovingly grilled by Matsukiya’s grill masters, take your pick from the wide range of skewer ingredients and get ready for a delicious, umami kick.
Welcoming all for a taste, Matsukiya seeks to make your weekday lunch something to really look forward to with two executive set lunches, serving up the flavours and quality of a high-end restaurant at top value-for-money affordability.
The first option ($25) allows you to choose 3 types of kushiyaki from a premium selection of ingredients such as chicken thigh, gizzard, heart, asparagus, shitake and more, together with a starter, misoshiru soup and rice. The second option ($30) comes with a choice of unagi served with shio and tare, or tontoro with pork cheek, with an appetizer, chawanmushi and rice.