The JANUS et Cie Singapore flagship showroom is located on Beach Road at the intersection of Beach Road and Seah Street, stands adjacent to the iconic Raffles Hotel and directly across from the South Beach development in the Bras Basah Bugis arts and heritage district.
Floor-to-ceiling windows stretch around the entirety of the showroom’s corner location, illuminating new collections and iconic favorites, captivating window shoppers and passersby. A pair of signature gold leaf topiary trees greets visitors at the entrance, and within, natural light fills the interior, providing a fresh, airy showcase of the JANUS et Cie identity, including a vast array of award-winning indoor and outdoor furnishings and accessories amongst the hallmark topiary hedges, dynamic chair walls and vibrant textile displays.
English Football Museum (EFM) serves you up a fresh experience in nightlife. It’s a museum, a restaurant, a soccer-themed gaming bar, all the fun you need rolled into one awesome party place.
Dive into a unique experience of dining within a museum set-up at Clarke Quay, and explore a rare collection of autographed memorabilia from your favourite international football stars. Definitely an instagram-worthy opportunity for the die-hard soccer fan in you.
You could binge for hours over daily live streaming of EPL matches, or enjoy a good game of interactive foosball. No party rules, no dress codes, only fun at English Football Museum.
If your tummy needs some serious refuelling, grab an Iced-Cold Beer and choose from EFM's signature pizza selections- generous topping choices of Char Siew, Roast Pork, Chilli Crab and more ~ crafted to suit your local taste bud!
Introducing Chun Fun How, the most Instagram-worthy bubble tea from Taichung, Taiwan, known for their Sweet Potato Bubble Tea Series and range of refreshing teas in beautifully designed floral cups.
Established in 2014, Chun Fun How has grown to 15 outlets worldwide, with expansionary plans in both Canada and Indonesia this year. The brand remains a hidden gem, popular largely only among Taiwan’s suits and ties. Its first flagship store on Singapore soil is set in the bustling heart of the city at Esplanade Mall. Named after founder and owner Mr. Lin Chun-Chen’s father, the brand pays homage to him as an inspiration and pillar of support to both founders, Mr. Lin and Ms. Canny Lee.
Artfully crafted with all-premium ingredients that are directly imported from Taiwan, æ˜¥èŠ³è™Ÿ Chun Fun How uses specially selected Four Seasons Oolong Tea from Nan Tou for its creamy-smooth, nectar-sweet floral taste and robust fragrance. It also pairs perfectly with lemon. Savour a variety of bubble tea flavours to suit different palettes like the signature Aloe Vera Series, Sweet Potato Series and Winter Melon Series, among others. These premium blends are the result of tireless research and development that are well-suited for the hot and humid Singapore weather.
The newly-opened Gallery 1819 at Tan Boon Liat Building is a Fine Art gallery that features Southeast Asian artworks from artists across the international region.
Ranging from Chinese Ink to Gouache paintings, Gallery 1819 Singapore offers a versatile acquisition of collectible works within your reach. Its current portfolio houses some of the most esteemed artists in Singapore’s art scene such as Thomas Yeo, a prominent Singapore second-generation artist, and Aaron Gan, an established local artist. The gallery reaches a wider pool of audience through both physical and virtual spaces, as well as capturing comprehensive needs of each individual with the help of their art consultants.
Lumo is a new cocktail bar and restaurant unlike any other. Because its genesis is unlike any other, where Light is at the centre of its being: inspiring and driving it.
Light, a substance so banal yet ineffable, fills the 70-seat bar and restaurant in Boat Quay: suffusing it with its qualities, its values, its symbolism. ‘Lumo’ is a word in Esperanto, an artificial language, that means ‘light.’ Picking it for a name underscores one of LUMO’s defining principles – community – since Esperanto was created in 1887 as a means to unify peoples across the world through a universal lexicon.
Lumo comprises two distinct spaces – a bar and an open kitchen. A cool Scandinavian theme unifies the interior, featuring a muted palette and wood, leather and warm lighting to evoke a the feel of nicely furnished house party. Seating is informal and ‘democratic’ with high stools, counter seats, booths and dining settings inviting lots of social interaction. For instance, head over to the high tables set at a height of 95cm – ideal for both seated meals and for diners who prefer to stand and mingle. Each space also has its own ambience in sync with different playlists, underscoring the overarching message of Lumo – that any person can find his or her place on this earth, to exist and flourish under the same light.
The Modern European dishes of Head Chef Martin Wong and his team showcase key ingredients with finesse, and present them in a familiar and approachable manner. Just as light can both unify and contrast, dichotomies are explored in order to achieve a creative balance. For instance, a combination of wood-fire cooking and modern methods is applied. So are other traditional methods such as pickling, fermentation, ageing and brining, which are coupled with cutting edge technology such as Centrifuge and Thermomix to intensify flavours and achieve complexity.
The recipes are designed to complement the cocktails, with flavours supporting the drinks as diners progress from low-ABV to higher ABV’s as the night rolls along. And in line with Lumo’s inclusiveness, the cuisine is planned with an eye to dietary requirements and preferences.
Head Bartender Josiah Chee and his team eschew any fixed ‘style’, instead harmonising the Japanese and American approach to mixology to deliver a coherent experience that takes in social interaction, recommendations, showmanship and presentation. Concoctions stem from traditional recipes coupled with evolving trends, and are inspired by the things people eat and drink every day – the ‘fundamentals of life.’
The launch menu focuses on Breakfast, a daily staple. The cocktails are conceptualised around the prismatic nature of light, represented by 7 categories corresponding to the 7 constituent colours of natural light. Ranging from low to high ABV, each category is based on a study of ingredients – Brew, Milk, Fruit, ABC, ImpossibleTM Salad, Toast, Treat – distilled through culinary methods to be presented in their purest form.
Sengkang Grand Residences is an iconic integrated development that is set to redefine the joy and convenience of living in Sengkang. With your home sitting above Buangkok MRT and a bus interchange, enjoy seamless connectivity to anywhere across Singapore.
Discover a unique home created and curated with lifestyle conveniences including a hawker centre, childcare centre, community club, community plaza, retail mall, bus interchange and Buangkok MRT Station.
Shop for daily essentials and groceries with a mall and supermarket under one roof, and relish the sizzle of hawker culture with a modern hawker centre right downstairs. An enriching childcare centre is just below your home, as is a brand new community club with a multi-purpose hall perfect for active, sporty lifestyles.
With 680 units spread across nine residential towers, ranging from 1-bedroom + study to 4-bedroom premium + flexi units, every home is optimally designed for you and your family. Each unit is decorated impeccably in a clean palette of pleasant tones and natural textures. Shape your home however you fancy, with expansive and adaptable living spaces that invite you to be creative with your interior design aspirations.
Motherhouse was launched in 2006 and aspire to shed light on the craftsmanship and materials in developing countries. Their products are perfect for shoppers who prefer something more unique and lasting.
The brand’s elegant and timeless bags are made in Bangladesh, stoles in Nepal, and jewelleries in Sri Lanka and Indonesia. With more than 35 stores across Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong, their Suntec City store is Motherhouse's 2nd branch in Singapore.