GolfX is Singapore's largest indoor driving range with 17 spacious bays featuring the best in golf technology. Take lessons with their qualified instructors and hone your skills with their state-of-the-art equipments.
Bad weather ain't gonna stop anyone at GolfX indoor range, as you can practice your swing all year round - rain or shine!
The Garden, which was first completed in 1967, now features a new rock garden (“Karesansui”) with nine sculptural rocks and a granite crossing bridge. The Karesansui’s effect extends the serene and calm essence of the Japanese Garden, while the granite crossing bridge symbolically draws visitors into the realm of the Japanese Garden.
A water cascade with a traditional Japanese basin and a traditional Japanese lantern were also added.
This project is a collaborative effort involving the President’s Office, the Prime Minister’s Office and NParks. It is designed by Junichi Inada, a renowned landscape designer.
Classic Cha Chaan Teng by day and modern Chinese bar by night, the space and extensive menu at Pi Food transports one to the bustling streets of Hong Kong with cafes by day and vibrant night markets as the sun sets right here in Singapore. The new Hong Kong-style eatery is located at UBS Business Hub (formerly Park Mall).
During the day, diners can savour an array of classic Hong Kong-style noodles, rice, congee, sandwiches and roast meats, along with Canto-Western dishes. As night settles in, diners can also unwind witha wide range of small plates that are full of wok hei (breath of the wok) paired with a selection of alcohol.
The restaurant takes its name from the mathematical symbol π, which represents infinite extensibility, or loosely translated as the ability for the continuous and ongoing innovation at Pi Food even while staying true to its heritage. Helmed by Hong Kong Head Chef Tsang Tak Ching, who wasa Sous Chef at Lei Garden (Hong Kong) for seven years before heading to Singapore, diners can expect the most authentic Hong Kong flavours and tastes. Only the finest ingredients and seasonings akin to those used in Hong Kong cha chaan tengs are showcased, together with Traditional Chinese cooking methods and techniques that keep the original flavours and textures of the dishes intact.
Tuck into a hearty range of classic noodle and rice dishes such as HK Fresh Shrimp Wanton Noodles (4 pcs), a simple, yet immensely comforting noodle soup dish that stars plump dumplings stuffed with shrimps and minced pork;Stir Fried Beef Noodles, another classic Cantonese delicacy to sink your chopsticks into, showcasing soft and chewy rice noodles and succulent beef slices tossed in a large wok over high heat for that characteristic smoky char; and HK Style Baked Rice with Pork Chop, Tomato Sauce and Cheese ($16.80),a beloved fusion of fragrant egg fried rice, golden seared, juicy pork chop and a rich tomato sauce under a bed of bubbling cheese.
Café Aux Bacchanales is here to bring you authentic Parisienne dining experience. It serves as a rendezvous for coffee and brunch during the day, and turns into a lively hangout for wine and dine at night.
Aux Bacchanales started 26 years ago in the heart of Tokyo and now operates 9 outlets across Japan. They’re excited to open their first overseas outlet in Singapore at Plaza Singapura.
Established in 2013, Edith Patisserie is a local bakery specialising in layered cakes, brownies and tarts for birthdays, weddings and all types of celebrations. They strive to create new and original designs, as well as unique flavour pairings that intrigue and excite. They keep their baking batches small to ensure freshness and quality. Savour delicious cake flavours at their newly-opened Penang Road branch.
Their recipes are meticulously taste-tested and tailored to local palates, meaning that they are lower in sugar, moist and tender.
Why "Edith Patisserie"? The bakery is named in memory of its owner, Ethel's mother, who passed away when she was 18. They hope that their humble philosophy does her proud, and that their bakes bring you the warmth and comfort of family, celebration and happy memories.
At 82 Own, you can dig into hearty Korean snacks & desserts such as corndog, bingsu and more set in a minimalist pleasing environment. And in case you’re wondering, the name of the cafe at The Cathay on Handy Road actually represents the country code for South Korea.
The Istana has launched a lovely Inclusive Garden within its premise. The Istana Inclusive Garden is home to over 100 plant species and has paved paths to make it both wheelchair and elderly friendly. The Istana is normally not opened to the public unless there is official open house days on certain national holidays.
Yoga Movement pushes boundaries with its new design-centric flagship studio on Handy Road. Sitting at the intersection of culture, fitness, food and music, there’s no such thing as resting on your laurels for this almost-decade young company.
The studio channels YM’s signature good vibes, warmth of service and sense of community that loyal members know and love, all across a massive 6,000 sqft space. The new flagship studio ups the ante with stunning, spacious interiors featuring 7-metre-high ceilings, finishings of warm wood and splashes of terrazzo. Fans and neighbours will love YM’s new coffee bar and the chillout patio overlooking the bustle of Orchard Road for post-yoga hangs.
The studio offers the seven signature YM class types as well as Pop Up classes, YM’s version of themed classes. All of these classes are multi-levelled, catering to Newbies and seasoned practitioners alike. Those just starting out can join Basics to get acquainted with foundational yoga postures, while those wanting to work up a sweat can opt for the more dynamic Power Flow or one of the Hot classes. With over 80 classes weekly, the Orchard Flagship studio expects to see over 1,600 people flowing in their practice rooms and grabbing a cuppa at the Yoga Movement coffee bar week in, week out.
Intentional design is the starting point of all YM studios. The Orchard Flagship Studio is the ultimate reflection of how the brand has grown, as well as the space it holds in the lives of over 100,000 YM members. Created almost as an antithesis to the tranquility of the traditional yoga studio, the YM space exudes a sense of vibrance, comfort and warm intimacy. Think of it like your best friend’s tastefully designed apartment — drop in at any time, enjoy the stunning décor, and be welcomed with open arms.
YM members (affectionately known as YM FAM) can enjoy their classes in one of the studio’s three airy practice rooms — two with Hip Hop-inspired names as an ode to the brand’s identity that’s rooted in culture and music; and one that’s solely dedicated to the brand’s Teacher Training arm, YMTT200. Members can expect striking features such ascustom-designed wallpaper from local brand, Layer Play, as well as floor to ceiling windows. A long hallway adorned with a luscious tropical print takes members to the spacious changing room facilities, which include huge bathrooms you can run laps in, and a total of 11 luxurious showers for women and men. Other aesthetic details include Yoga Movement’s dreamy terrazzo walls and rustic terracotta brick tiles.
Following the success of the Grounded by Common Man Coffee Roasters concept at Yoga Movement’s Robertson Quay location, the brand is getting their own foot in the local coffee scene. Yoga Movement’s first-ever coffee bar created by the YM FAM, for the YM FAM makes up an integral part of the new studio. They are supported by long-time partner Common Man Coffee Roasters, continuing Yoga Movement’s ongoing collaboration with local culinary heroes to provide quality brews and fuel for the day — best enjoyed on their breezy patio overlooking the bustle of Orchard Road.
Alicia Pan is the co-founder of Yoga Movement, a yoga teacher with over 500 hours of training under her belt, and a former singer-songwriter. When YM opened its doors in 2012, Alicia had small aspirations: to deliver yoga to the people in a small-scale boutique studio. The demand quickly exceeded their first studio’s capacity and Yoga Movement swiftly grew into an iconic fitness-lifestyle brand with over 100,000 yoga enthusiasts clocking a whopping 25,000 visits a month, and six studio concepts under their belt to date — including their brand new Orchard Flagship Studio.
After 3 years of discussion, what started out as a “what if” conversation has finally become a reality for the people behind new minimalist coffee bar, Degree Celsius.
Degree Celsius strive to create an environment where conversations are made, friendships are cultivated. They are now having their soft launch @ 9 Penang Road (2 mins walk from Dhoby Ghaut exit B). If you need a coffee fix, you know where to drop by when you are in the area.
Hair of the Dog colloquially refers to the drink that is taken to lessen the effects of a hangover. While they wish you to never be there, they want you to know that your HOTD cocktail is on them when you drop by the next day?
Wallet-friendly wines, whiskeys on promo, bar bites and mains, Hair of the Dog has the simple plain goodness that leaves you going for more.
One of Plaza Singapura's newest tenants, Hongdae Oppa offers you the broadest selection of Urban K-Food: Hotplates and Fried Chix! At the forefront of Hallyu (Korean Wave), the first-of-its-kind unique dining concept is designed to appeal to the young and fun-loving foodies.
Taking diners on a food adventure from sweet and savoury tastes and textures, to an extensively gorgeous collection of colours and flavors (not just the food, but also their chic interior!). The Korean street food offerings are inspired by the founder's extensive visits to the Hongdae Food Street and Night Market, and attentively crafted to appeal to the local palate. Guests will be in for a visual treat and unique taste journey, all set in a fun and casual ambience.
Asia’s most popular udon chain, Tamoya, is proud to open their new outlet at Plaza Singapura. This opening marks a total of 17 outlets for Tamoya worldwide. For their opening special, Tamoya launches the outlet-exclusive Truffle Tonkotsu Udon. Only available at the newest Plaza Singapura outlet, the Truffle Tonkotsu Udon features the heady aroma of truffle oil infused into the creamy and rich pork bone broth and topped with chashu, corn, Japanese leek, nori and half an ajitama egg for a satisfying slurp!
Making a hot comeback on the mainstay menu is Tamoya’s Sukiyaki Udon, the combination of both sukiyaki and udon noodles for an innovative way to enjoy udon. The sukiyaki comes with juicy slices of beef or pork alongside a colourful assortment of vegetables in one simmering pot. Enjoy the comforts of an individual sukiyaki bowl brimming with ingredients at Tamoya.
Tamoya’s signature chewy udon are handmade in-stores daily, with quality ingredients; from flour to shoyu and even bonito imported directly from Japan.
Onalu specializes in sandwiches, smoothies and smoothie bowls that will not only brighten your day up but give you the nutrients and vitamins needed for a strong and healthy body!
Onalu comes from the Hawaiian word Ho'onalu, which translates to "go with the flow". It does not mean to give up when life gets hard but instead to remember to trust that everything happens for a reason, and some things are just beyond our control.
And that’s the vibe they try to inculcate with their food, space and people.
NomadX is a multi-label destination that promises unique retail adventures and pastures. An experiential store that recognises your individuality, knows what you like, and finds what you seek. The multi-label concept store promises to be ever-changing, never boring.
Explore new brand concepts and first physical presence for major e-tailers. With 18 brands offering a line-up of new-to-market products and experiences across beauty, fashion, electronics and dining. Discover exclusives within thematic retail showroom spaces in the NomadX store, where you can see, touch and try out the various online offerings before making a purchase by scanning the product QR code. Shopping at NomadX is now 24/7 with over 3,000 SKUs from more than 30 local and international brands.
NomadX is a doorway for urban millennials to experience new worlds, boundaries and lifestyles, sourced and handpicked from eclectic cities and cultural trends.
The "X" in NomadX stands for the intersection of styles, tastes, products, brands and people. Giving you free reign to explore who you want to be — they curate collections across fashion, beauty and lifestyle to help you discover and taste new identities and possibilities.
Be amongst the first in Singapore to discover Emma’s first-ever overseas outpost! Established in May 2018 in Japan, Emma is a soft serve and speciality tea shop. In just 10 months, their soaring popularity led the brand to open four more outlets in Japan. Every day, the outlets see snaking queues that last for hours.
Be sure to try out their Okinawa Brown Sugar Boba Japanese Soft Serve in Wafer Shell in Singapore!
The brand’s secret recipe for success is their insistence on using high-quality, authentic Japanese ingredients. To create their signature soft serve that is known for its richness and thick texture, Emma uses premium Japanese milk. The soft serve uses quality ingredients and is so firm that you can even hold the ice cream upside down and it will not fall out! Other ingredients Emma uses include Japanese Okinawa brown sugar, kuromitsu (Japanese brown sugar syrup) and Japanese kinako (soybean) powder. The charcoal cones are also specially imported from Japan. Visit the little take-out kiosk to savour their unique creations.
The centrally-located and newly-opened City Ballet Academy provide quality dance training and a conducive learning space for their students.
City Ballet Academy was founded by Xia Haiying – award-winning Principal dancer of international repute, and Koh Kai Mui. City Ballet Academy seeks to provide a well-rounded and balanced array of training programs catering to the unique needs, abilities, and learning goals of every student. With the support of a strong teaching faculty, we continuously refine our training programs in order to maximise every child’s innate potential and groom them into confident, well-rounded individuals.
For students seeking a professional future in ballet, the CBA Elite Program provides accelerated pre-professional training, and has led students to achieve outstanding results at locally and internationally recognized dance competitions. The program has also groomed students to receive full scholarships and entry into international vocational ballet schools across many shores, such as the English National Ballet School, John Cranko Schule (Germany), Elmhurst Ballet School, and New Zealand School of Dance.
Ballet is a performing art, and one of our goals is for our students to understand, appreciate and explore ballet as an art form. Through our annual year end concert, our students get the opportunity to express, perform and experience the stage! The launch of the CBA Performing Group in 2018 also opens doors for more students to enjoy performance and competition opportunities. Find out more about City Ballet Academy's programs here.
Located in Downtown Orchard, Temasek Shophouse is home to Temasek’s philanthropic arm — Temasek Trust, Temasek Foundations and Stewardship Asia Centre.
Temasek Shophouse is a social impact hub that seeks to encourage, enhance and elevate initiatives and activities that contribute towards the common good.
Level 1 Gallery is open to the public and hosts a variety of events, ranging from talks about social impact to community outreach programs. They also house an embedded social enterprise café, Foreword Coffee, that is staffed by differently abled people. Temasek Shophouse is a place where business and community, enterprise and philanthropy, hardware and heartware all come together under one roof.
Singapore’s leading 916/999 gold and jewellery chain retailer, Goldheart, is proud to usher in a new year with their first concept store at Plaza Singapura.
Themed "The Contemporary Communal", their new concept store charts a momentous milestone for the constantly evolving brand. For the first time in its 45 years of heritage, Goldheart strips away the walls of the shopfront to yield an open frontage, while its interior now takes the form of a contemporary living room.
Goldheart Jewelry is one of the largest local jewellery chains in Singapore, with more than 20 jewellery boutiques located at all major shopping malls island wide and an eBoutique at shop.goldheart.com.
"Our new concept store is a reimagination of the relationship and experiences that we want our customers to have with us. We want them to connect with the brand on a more personal level and cast aside hesitations that may have prevented them from strolling into a fine jewellery store. The 'modern living room' therefore became our theme to evoke feelings of familiarity and hospitality among shoppers, as they are beckoned towards the store with our new open concept to explore the beautifully curated space," enthused Ms Patsy Loo, Business Director, Goldheart Jewelry.
"In fact, the concept store at Plaza Singapura serves as the design blueprint that will be applied for three more Goldheart stores in 2019."
The Copper Plate is a casual gastro-bar where whisky is served by the carafe rather than bottle. They are a modern approach to the food and whisky experience. Experimental, collaborative and downright different.
Enjoy a vast array of curated fine whiskies at The Copper Plate.
It has been some time since we have had something fresh from Saveur. Welcome to FrapasBar, their new concept which is derived from a combination of French & Tapas.
They sat, thought and re-imagined. They put chocolate in their beef bourguignon, popped snails upon bone marrow, threw out the carbs and made portions ready for sharing, assembling something they want for us.
What comes to you at FrapasBar is the culmination of much thinking, some research, and a lot of experimenting. Drop in soon to FrapasBar by Saveur at The Cathay and Century Square!
CapitaLand is giving its shoppers a new reason to rediscover the joys of experiential shopping with NomadX (pronounced as “Nomads”) — Singapore’s first “phygital” multi-label concept store offering a new blend of physical and digital experience.
Be it a gamified onboarding process, automated store assistance such as smart mirrors, interactive product walls or the cashless payment experience, NomadX is designed for shoppers to enjoy shopping intrinsically as a social activity — one of sensation, discovery, immediate gratification and convenience.
NomadX occupies 11,000 square feet of space spread across two floors in Plaza Singapura, with an attractive frontage facing Orchard Road. The multi-label retail destination is now officially open with a curated selection of 18 tenants offering a wide range of fashion, beauty, consumer electronics, gadgets and food & beverage offerings. These include the first physical outlets in Singapore for Alibaba’s Taobao, as well as that of online fashion businesses Digital Fashion Week, evenodd, Révolte and Style Theory.
New-to-market brands include audio products specialist JBL and restaurant Bizen Okayama Wagyu Steakhouse by Aston Soon. Shoppers can also look forward to limited editions of well-known brands at NomadX, including the highly-anticipated Karl Lagerfeld’s K/Klassik Pins collection.
To ensure maximum flexibility for tenants to push the boundaries, NomadX incorporates short-term leases and “plug & play” retail units that are integrated with smart retail infrastructure. Tenants set up temporary homes like nomads – thus the inspiration for the store’s name – that are demarcated by modular panels and equipped with interactive technologies to encourage product discovery and play. The store’s fluid layout and data analytics capabilities make NomadX a suitable testbed for retailers to trial new concepts and products and respond swiftly to consumer reception and feedback.
Omazz aim to be a total bedding solution provider and their new Omazz Gallery in Plaza Singapura reflects the design that is inspired by perfection of discreet craftsmanship, relentless pursuance for quality, and obsession with every minute detail.
Ultimate craftsmanship and unsurpassable quality are the foundation of Omazz where all beds are proudly handcrafted by skilled artisans and built upon the philosophy that nothing but the world’s finest natural filling materials will do.
At Omazz, there is no need to compromise. By utilizing pure and organic materials such as all-natural Talatech™ latex, Siberian goose down, Tussah silk, Himalayan cashmere, wool and the world’s rarest and finest Icelandic duck down, they are able to proudly offer each treasured customer a product ideal for both their health and sleeping comfort.
9 Penang Road is a new Grade A commercial building which is undertaken through a joint venture with Haiyi Holdings Pte Ltd, Singhaiyi Group Ltd and Suntec Real Estate Investment Trust, with an interest of 35.0%, 35.0% and 30.0% respectively.
The new ten-storey building consists of two wings with an approximate net lettable area of 352,000 sq ft of office space across eight floors and 15,000 sq ft of retail space at the first level.
The development is situated at the former Park Mall site which the Manger divested in December 2015 as part of its proactive portfolio management strategy. The premise was taken back in end September 2016 and development works for 9 Penang Road commenced on 1 December 2016 and is currently undergoing construction works.
As at end December 2017, the construction works was approximately 19% completed. The development is estimated to cost approximately S$800 million and the building is scheduled to complete by end 2019.
There is a saying that putting on a new pair of glasses or sunglasses is a simple way to completely transform one's look - just like a new hairstyle. Get your trendy fashion forward prescription eyewear from the hip Oblique Eyewear, located in The Cathay.
It is not uncommon for one to only own a singular pair of prescription frame for at least a year before changing into a new pair unlike shirts, jeans and other accessories.
Due to the high-cost of prescriptive eyewear, people tend to be more conservative in frame selections. They will wear the same bland pair of frame for formal business meetings, out on a date and even to the beach.
In Oblique, they want to abolish this tradition and you can rest assure to find low-cost prescriptive eyewear to suit your different needs. There is no need to compromise on your style because of prices.
Challenge your friends to a game of Carom Billiard, a game involving only 4 balls, played on a pocketless table, or simply chill out with a beer!
The World Games is a major international multi-sport event, meant for sports, or disciplines or events within a sport, that were not contested in the Olympic Games. and the 3-Cushion Carom Billiards has been officially added to the 2021 World Games. So visit Thirsty4balls for your first shot at this new sport in Singapore!
Slappy Cakes is a fun, make-your-own (or DIY) dining concept for friends, families and diners of all ages to make their own pancakes. Their 3rd & latest outlet is now open in Plaza Singapura; bringing their "Make Your Own Pancakes, Right At Your Table" concept to town area and closer to more patrons.
Slappy Cakes' concept allows diners to customise their pancakes using built-in griddles at their table with bottles of batter to continue the fun. Its menu reads like a decadent wish-list, featuring a wide array of sweet and savoury “fixins” (crispy bacon, chocolate chips, and blueberries) laid out in gravy boats. Slappy Cakes is committed to making everything from scratch daily, using local, sustainable and organic produce and engaging local and regional vendors for its ingredients.
For those seeking for something outside pancakes, Slappy Cakes have more than just pancakes. Check out their new menu. Savour delectable dishes such as Black Angus Beef Sirloin, Seafood Aglio Olio, Slappy Classic Breakfast and Waffle & Duck.
The regional art scene is set to become more vibrant with the major revamp of the Singapore Art Museum (SAM).
SAM’s museum programming will continue throughout the revamp which is likely to cost around $90 million. Internationally renowned SCDA Architects have been appointed to manage the redevelopment of the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) buildings.
SAM opened to much fanfare in 1996 in a converted museum space that once housed the former Saint Joseph’s Institution and has not upgraded its premises since. The upcoming building works will address the growing needs of contemporary art in Singapore and focus on improving the visitor experience at SAM. The project is targeted for completion in 2021.
SAM currently occupies two separate buildings – the former St Joseph’s Institution (SJI) along Bras Basah Road - a gazetted National Monument, and the former Catholic High School, located along Queen Street. The redevelopment plans include the creation of a fully contiguous museum, more spaces to accommodate museum-based learning opportunities, as well as the infrastructure to display large-scale or technologically- demanding artworks.
SAM’s museum programming continues to take place at SAM at 8Q till end of January 2019. Thereafter, members of the public can look forward to pop-up contemporary art projects at partner venues, as well as co-curated and touring exhibitions by SAM.
Prior to the commencement of the building works, a series of archaeological activities will take place at the former SJI building during Singapore Heritage Festival 2018, as part of the National Monument’s bid to deepen the public’s understanding of its history, which dates back to 1855.
Tokachi Tontaro has recently opened its doors in Singapore at Plaza Singapura and OUE Downtown Gallery, bringing the brand's signature Hokkaido Grilled Pork Rice Bowl to Singapore.
A traditional Japanese dish adored by every local in Obihiro, Hokkaido, the Buta Don combines perfectly grilled slices of charred juicy pork slathered in mouth-watering Hokkaido specialty tare sauce and served atop premium Yumepirika rice.
In addition to the Regular Buta Don, Tokachi Tontaro serves two other unique variations of the classic dish - Spicy Tomato and Miso Buta Don. Each pork bowl can be customised down to the amount of spring onions and black pepper for a fully personalised gourmet bowl. A range of delectable side dishes including Hokkaido Imomochi Cheese and Hokkaido Crab Cream Croquette are also available to complete each meal. Tokachi Tontaro looks forward to sharing the taste of Hokkaido’s Signature Buta Don with you!
Visit the newest member of the Rendezvous Hotel Singapore family; PlusEightTwo +82 is located on the first floor of Rendezvous Gallery. The Korean dessert cafe specialises in an array of 'siltarae bingsu', which means ‘silk-like shaved ice’ and Sunrise Toast.
Items to look forward to include Matcha Siltarae Bingsu, Melon Snow Flake Bingsu, Peach Ice Cube Soda, Sunrise Toast, Palette Toast, Cafe Latte and more.
With over 500 pairs of eyewear for you to choose from, one must visit Ray-Ban's first standalone boutique in Singapore at Plaza Singapura for the ultimate sunglasses shopping experience.
At this new sunglasses haven, you can design and customise your very own Ray-Ban prescription glasses.
Genuine Since 1937, Ray-Ban has been making iconic eyewear for nearly 100 years. They started with sunglasses for pilots, but they wanted to make shades that everyone would love, creating a variety of classic shapes like Aviator, Wayfarer, and Clubmaster. They are always looking ahead, pushing the culture forward and helping the next generation shape the future.
Located in the heart of Bencoolen, The Glass Onion at Hotel Mi serves delicious Asian-fusion cuisine.
The Glass Onion is named following an old Beatles song. The song was written by John Lennon and it is his answer to those who looked for hidden meanings in The Beatles music. Fully aware of the power of The Beatles own mythology and with a knowledge of the public at the time over-interpreting his work - the meaning of the song was simple: Dont Over Analyse.
The Glass Onion takes that same approach with its food. Simple dishes that taste great by using fresh and great quality produce to tingle your senses.
Eat, Drink and have a laugh with Friends and Family. You can view their menu here.
Eggs 'n Things, a popular Waikiki eatery for both locals and tourists since 1974, was first opened in Waikiki. Their key goals were using fresh ingredients, keeping the prices reasonable and treating everyone like Ohana (family). You can taste the brand's best-known fluffy pancakes at its Singapore flagship outlet located at Plaza Singapura.
More than 40 years later, the Eggs 'n Things' tradition continues. Serving quality food and the spirit of Aloha is what they do best. Breakfast and other local favorites are served into the evening and that is another reason why Eggs 'n Things is so loved.
Goldheart Bullion aims to be the premier retailer of gold and silver bullion. Towards this goal, their stores are thoughtfully designed to make the buying of precious metals convenient, safe and reliable.
They offer competitive prices and assure peace of mind by authenticating, storing and buying back the bullion of their customers. For investment or inheritance, they believe that everyone should own some gold and silver simply because… it never gets old.
Goldheart Bullion is a collaboration between Aspial Corporation Limited, Singapore’s first mainboard-listed jewellery retailer, and Silver Bullion Pte. Ltd., an award-winning bullion dealer so firmly rooted in Singapore it’s got its own vault called The Safe House.
Kori King is a Japanese ancestral Kakigori (shaved ice) concept founded in Singapore.
Kori King in its modern and minimalist concept store located at The Cathay is proposing a large range of natural flavors of shaved ice alongside Dorayaki, one of the most traditional Japanese pastries.
The fluffiness and the texture of Kori King's shaved ice makes the Kakigori dessert so special. Softer than a snow ball, it feels like plunging a spoon in a cloud. The in-house milk sauce is made with a full cream milk directly imported from Hokkaido in Japan.
Following its successful and well-received first Singapore store at Raffles City Shopping Centre; Chinese fashion brand Urban Revivo (UR) will be opening their second store here at Plaza Singapura.
Urban Revivo Fall '17 collection is a storied exploration of stark contrasts. Between the new and old, walk the line between gilded decadence and fallen degeneration, a sense of new romanticism arises. Explore the bold, new, and experimental autumn collection from Urban Revivo.
This 21st July, MUJI will open its first flagship store at Plaza Singapura! More than just a retail space, MUJI at Plaza Singapura will reveal new original concepts adapted from its parent company Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd.
The largest MUJI retail outlet in Singapore will serve as a community ground for people from all walks of life to come together, explore design and arts ideas, and experience various learning anchors. It will be based largely on locality, a store that acts as a window to the world, while keeping to the basic concept of MUJI.
MUJI Plaza Singapura will also house new merchandise line from series such as Found MUJI, IDÉE and MUJI Labo all of which focuses on origins, ideas and style. The unique store which will feature never before seen design elements will also be home to the third Café&Meal MUJI which can seat 70 diners!
Tucked at the edge of Orchard Road within the vibrant arts enclave, Straits Cafe adds much dazzle to the heart of a heritage district. This 120-seater restaurant nestled in Rendezvous Hotel has undergone a recent facelift.
The restaurant’s new facade boasts a myriad of bold colours and geometric accents, a generous use of marble and wood furnishing, and several decorative highlights such as rustic Chinese baskets, vintage enamelware of tingkat, plates and mugs, and quirky display pieces, creating a contemporary dining setting with a touch of traditional that is sure to encapsulate a cosy dining experience for all.
Established since 1998, Straits Cafe presents an iconic buffet spread of local and international fare from the Straits Settlement of Penang, Singapore and Malaysia. Its menu features an extensive spread of fresh seafood, sashimi and signature favourites such as Nonya Laksa, Popiah, Kueh Pie Tee, Rojak and an array of durian desserts!
Kith is where you can find good coffee and delicious, fuss-free dishes. Kith is for those who enjoy the unbeatable combination of good coffee, food and company anywhere in the world. Their new branch is now at Winsland House II by Penang Road.
Their food menu consists of original recipes conceptualised by their own chefs; drawing upon their years of experience to come up with a selection of dishes that make use of the freshest ingredients for simple, hearty and wholly satisfying fare. With an in-house pastry kitchen and pizza bar, customers can look forward to a constantly-rotating menu of breads and pastries, along with daily crafted sandwich specials and pastas.
MUJI, originally founded in Japan in 1980, offers a wide variety of good quality products including household goods, apparel and food. Mujirushi Ryohin, MUJI in Japanese, translates as “no-brand quality goods.” Their latest outlet will be opening soon at Plaza Singapura.
MUJI's products, born from an extremely rational manufacturing process, are succinct, but they are not in the minimalist style. That is, they are like empty vessels. Simplicity and emptiness yield the ultimate universality, embracing the feelings and thoughts of all people.
There are more than 700 MUJI stores around the world, carrying more than 7,000 items ranging from clothing and household goods to food and even houses.
The history of Asics began with the establishment of Onitsuka Co, Ltd. in 1949. According to a philosophy based on "bringing up sound youth through sports," the company has kept the tradition of specializing in manufacturing sports shoes by having original ideas and applying epoch-making techniques. Their latest outlet will be opening soon at Plaza Singapura.
When people recovered from the war and began to realize the enjoyment of sports, Onitsuka's shoes were on their feet. They needed a healthier, more positive lifestyle, a new sense of community, optimism and awareness. The best way to accomplish this he firmly believed, was through sport. So he started making athletic shoes in his living room, and set out to change the future one step at a time. In 1977, the Onitsuka Co. Ltd. became Asics.
WTF Coffee House and Bar is where a mouth-watering array of great food and drinks awaits you as well as the broadcast of LIVE English Premier League games.
Their popular signature dish is the Barachirashi Don served in an wooden bowl. Others on the menu includes Curry Chicken Baked Rice, Smoked Duck Hoisin Sauce Tortilla Pizza, Pork Trotter’s Braised Vermicelli and more.
Find WTF at the ground floor of Innotel Hotel, which is conveniently located in the Orchard Road area (right in between Singapore Shopping Centre & the ex-Park Mall).
NYX cosmetics (pronounced "niks") started as a small company in May 1999, founded in Los Angeles by Toni Ko. It was named after Nyx, a Greek goddess of the night.
Their second stand-alone store in Singapore is now at Plaza Singapura.
NYX Professional Makeup offers the most complete line of professional makeup to a global community of digitally savvy makeup lovers. Their products are always based on real-time trends and deliver on the richest color offering and quality.
Created in Los Angeles, now loved around the world.
Gallery10 is National Museum of Singapore’s first digital gallery.
Its permanent showcase is titled Art of the Rehearsal; a three-channel immersive video installation which you can see at this new gallery.
Art of the Rehearsal is by multidisciplinary artist Sarah Choo Jing. This artwork depicts Singaporean dancers across various cultures practicing along the back lanes of cultural districts in the city. Reflecting on the rigorous and intense training behind the performance, the artist seeks to bring out the consistent determination of the performers. The emphasis of the installation work is on the process rather than on the nal outcome.
The dance performance in the video is presented by Apsaras Arts Ltd, Era Dance Theatre and Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Dance Theatre.
Let’s Meat Up is a restaurant specialising in charcoal grilled food. Now at Plaza Singapura.
Select from a variety of protein dishes from their menu and choose between RICE or SOBA - It’s that easy to pick. Some of their unique in-house dishes include Cheesy Pork Fries and Sweet Potatoes Fries with Sour Plum Powder.
Jurlique has been the leader in natural skincare science for over 25 years. They apply advanced technologies to biodynamic ingredients from their Australian farm to create high performance, potent skin care. The result: healthy, beautiful skin. The 1st Jurlique concept store is now at Plaza Singapura, bringing you ranges of their products so you can experience radiance at every age and indulge yourselves in a relaxing ambience to experience Jurlique facial treatments that suit every individuals' skin care concerns.
Jurlique was founded in 1985 in Australia by Dr Jurgen Klein and his wife Ulrike. The company's name is based on a phonetic combination of their first names. The native German couple relocated to a farm in the Adelaide Hills a year prior to the launch of their brand, due to its warm climate. Jurgen was a biochemist and naturopath, who had previously worked for German holistic skincare brand Dr. Hauschka and Ulrike was a horticulturalist and botanist. Today the farm is still part of the company and Jurlique products are sold in more than 19 countries around the world. And their most iconic natural ingredients are still grown in the Adelaide Hills where Jurlique first began.
In a city that can’t resist South Korea's latest dining trends, Patbingsoo Korean Dining House officially launched to much anticipation at Plaza Singapura last month. Patbingsoo is the first dining house to bring together the best of both worlds: a diverse variety of bingsoo and the latest Korean street food in a fun, casual and authentic Korean setting.
Their Rolling Cheese Pork Ribs, is guaranteed to tickle the fancy of meat and cheese lovers. The cheese mixture is melted using a one-of-a-kind ‘slapping’ technique that ensures a stringy texture, before being rolled around each individual pork rib. The dish is served with the highly recommended spicy gochujang sauce or a non-spicy version, with sides of fries and crunchy cabbage, sweet corn and chopped pineapple.
Discover bingsoo wonderland with the extensive range of bingsoo offerings, perfect for any occasion or mood. New bingsoo flavours include the Euljiro Bingsoo (strawberry and cheesecake), the Incheon Bingsoo (Tiramisu coffee and rum) and Sinsa Patbingsoo, innovatively cut to maintain the entire rock melon's dome shape.
Eliminating the complications of hunting down good-quality seafood, Cajun on Wheels is a new seafood chain that provides the enjoyment of premium seafood dishes in absence of any ostentatiousness. Their 2nd outlet is now at Plaza Singapura.
In true American fashion, Cajun on Wheels takes on the spirit of the gourmet food truck, catering fresh and quintessentially Louisiana-style seafood cuisine without the fuzz. Dunk those fingers into the different choices of seafood buckets great for sharing among family and friends, enjoying a delicious mess. For the on-the-goers, simply choose one of the Ocean boxes that includes a main protein and a wide selection of wholesome side-dishes.
Korean dessert shop, KoKoPanda has landed in Singapore. It serves Black Yogo, which is black frozen yoghurt made from roasted coconut husk and contains edible activated charcoal.
KoKoPanda's desserts are specially handmade by their experts, blended with the finest ingredients and served only when you order them. Their beverages are made with 100% Thai Coconut Water together with the highest quality chia seeds. Their teas are freshly brewed from whole tea leaves that fit the standard of tea connoisseurs.
Two new permanent exhibitions were launched at the National Museum of Singapore on 10 December 2016. The museum's glass rotunda has re-opened after 2 years of renovation work and is home to the Story of the Forest installation by internationally renowned art collective teamLab, as well as Singapore, Very Old Tree, which is a special exhibition featuring photos by local photographer Robert Zhao.
Story of the Forest and the Singapore, Very Old Tree are the first of what museum officials said are many projects that will provide a dialogue between the historical and the contemporary. The two new works are part of the museum’s $11-million revamp of its permanent galleries.