EagleWings Cinematics is the first independent cinema situated within the Bukit Timah and King Albert Park vicinity. It comprises of 4 cinema halls with a total seating capacity of 153 seats - Eagle Platinum with 18 seats, Eagle Gold with 12 seats and 2 Eagle Classic Halls with 60 and 63 seats.
Their 4 halls have different colour themes to ensure the experience of movie-goers will always be unique. Every premium armchair and classic chair was painstakingly chosen with every combination of movie-goers in mind-from a couple's date night to a family gathering or a corporate event. There is even a Premium Lounge that adds a sparkle to the overall experience.
Their exclusive premium lounge features a 2-storey penthouse-design. The lower 1st level has a stage with the upper 2nd level overlooking the first. A warm and cozy boutique setting for guests to gather and mingle before dispersing to the premium cinema halls for screenings.
Find serenity and holistic wellness with Pure Yoga's newest studio! Located on the 9th floor of Republic Plaza, the studio has an unobstructed cityscape view of the Central Business District and is just a 1-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT.
The spacious 13,000 sq ft outlet will offer over 130 classes per week, coupled with a retail store, a Nood Food cafe and more.
About the new studio:
4 spacious yoga studios including wall rope and aerial yoga equipment
Private Yoga studio for a personalised practice
Changing area, rainforest shower, spin dryer, complimentary towels and toiletries
Large chill-out lounge with complimentary Wi-Fi and magazines
Operated by Salt Media & Entertainment in collaboration with CapitaLand, Salt Media @ Capital Tower is an auditorium by day and movie theatre by night.
Professionally equipped with audio-visual system, Salt Media @ Capital Tower can hold up to 230 people in its comfortable tiered seats. Salt Media @ Capital Tower is the perfect venue for lifestyle events such as movie screenings, performances, meet & greet sessions and more!
The cinema will operate a cashless system. Ticket sales are online only, at www.SaltTheatres.com, with no sales at the door.
Indoor axe throwing is the new sport in town! It is both a recreation and competitive sport where there are score points based on where you stick the axe in the target board. Think darts, but bigger and better! With the opening of Singapore's first and only axe throwing range, Axe Factor at Turf City, you can now hurl axes in a safe and controlled environment.
Feeling stressed out? Vent your frustrations by hurling axes onto a target board 14 feet away! Whether you’re visiting Axe Factor with friends or alone, axe throwing will prove to be a unique and fun-filled activity.
Axe Factor caters to every occasion you can think of. So, make a booking and throw some hatchets!
Singapore’s latest mall library will open in VivoCity on 12 January 2019, promising book lovers here an exciting new venue with the latest features and services. The public library will offer conducive reading spaces for patrons of all ages set against a splendid view of Sentosa. To fit its location and help patrons locate it easily, the library will be named Library@Harbourfront.
The library, which will be situated at level three of the VivoCity shopping mall, will be conveniently linked to the HarbourFront MRT station, which is connected to the North-East and Circle lines, and the HarbourFront Bus Interchange. “We want our libraries to be as accessible as possible, so that more patrons of all ages can make use of the library to read and learn,” said the National Library Board’s Chief Executive Officer, Mrs Elaine Ng.
The library will be relocated from Bukit Merah Central. The present Bukit Merah Public Library will cease operations from 1 December 2018. After the library has moved out, the community’s grassroots leaders and a few social service organisations will provide a variety of services and programmes at the site. These will include a mini-library and reading corner supported by NLB.
To continue to serve the reading needs of Bukit Merah residents, NLB has also set up another 12 reading corners in the area in the past year. The 12 mini book hubs offer over 5,000 books and 250 seats in total. These corners cater to residents of all ages, from children and students, to adults and seniors.
On top of the reading corners, NLB will look into bringing one of its MOLLY mobile libraries to the area fortnightly, to provide residents with additional books and programmes. With this service, they will be able to borrow and return library books conveniently.
Leading up to library@harbourfront’s opening, residents will also be treated to special preview tours of the new library space. The tours will be held one week before the library officially opens in January 2019, allowing them to have a first look at the new features.
Read more about the new Library@Harbourfront here.
SuperPark, the friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park in the world from Finland, is about to bring a new wave of energy into Singapore’s lifestyle scene! SuperPark Singapore will officially launch in Singapore on 17 November 2018.
Boasting almost 40,000 sq ft at Suntec City, SuperPark Singapore will bring joyful play to Singaporeans from all walks of life, offering over 20 fun, healthy, exciting and energizing activities under one roof. Expect bubbling laughter, beaming smiles and red cheeks from kids, teenagers and adults alike.
Following SuperPark Hong Kong, that will celebrate its first anniversary soon, SuperPark Singapore will also live and breathe the authentic SuperPark concept and feature three distinct areas.
SuperPark Singapore will offer over 20 activities, based on three themed areas. Out of these 20 activities, three (iWall, SuperClimb and Ninja Track) are brand new game experiences and will be premiering at SuperPark Singapore.
At SuperPark Singapore, children and youngsters at heart will be thrilled by a wealth of new sports and activities, with all equipment rental such as scooter, helmet etc included in the ticket price. All activities will take place under the guidance of experienced staff, many of which are recognized coaches, and are safely away from rain, pollution, high UV or bugs and mosquitos all year round.
Family is at the heart of the SuperPark story. Taneli Sutinen, a Finnish businessman, was sitting in a café with a newspaper one day when his four-year-old daughter grabbed him by the arm and insisted that he come play with her. Tangled among the child-sized tunnels and slides, he had a light-bulb moment: why not create an activity park where children and adults could play side-by-side easily. The Superparking lifestyle was born.
The first SuperPark opened in Vuokatti, Finland in 2012, and was soon followed by 12 more sites in the Nordic country. Now, the ‘Superparking lifestyle’ is going global. SuperPark Singapore marks the continuation of an international expansion wave that includes Hong Kong, China, Sweden and France. The dream is to see hundreds, if not thousands, of SuperParks all over the globe, bringing families together through the power of joyful play.