The newly-relocated Basque Kitchen by Aitor is a destination dining venue that invites diners on a journey to experience reinvented Basque cuisine elevated by a definitive twist.
Age-old recipes reinterpreted by modern culinary techniques combine with a focus on produce to showcase Chef Aitor’s heritage in every dish.
Born in Madrid, raised in Australia with family ties rooted in Basque Country, Chef Aitor has what most people would call a diverse background. Nevertheless, it is his culinary achievements that catch the eye. After years working in some of the world’s best restaurants, like Mugaritz in Spain, The Fat Duck in London and Iggy’s in Singapore, Chef Aitor comes into his own at Basque Kitchen by Aitor, presenting diners a slice of his heritage with every dish.
The new Tropical Montane Orchidetum at Singapore Botanic Gardens showcases the most diversity of orchids found in tropical montane forests, in a single location in Singapore. It comprises three display houses – The Sembcorp Cool House, Tan Hoon Siang Mist House, Yuen Peng McNeice Bromeliad Collection, as well as the surrounding outdoor display areas that showcase lowland forest and stream habitats, and a Secret Ravine that emulates habitats that can be found in deep, narrow valleys of tropical mountains. The Sembcorp Cool House in particular, features the largest collection of high elevation montane orchids in Asia.
Designed in a way that allows visitors to see the orchid species and varieties set amid naturalistic landscapes resembling the habitats where they are typically found, the Orchidetum also plays an important role in the ex-situ conservation of these increasingly endangered orchids, as researchers will now be able to study at close range, rare orchids that would otherwise only be found naturally at higher elevations in other countries.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a seamless experience akin to that of one ascending a tropical montane forest as they make their way through the Orchidetum. Each of the display houses within the Orchidetum has been expanded beyond their original size, increasing by almost threefold the combined display area.
The Botanical Art Gallery is housed within Singapore Botanic Gardens' second refurbished conserved building, Gallop House No. 7 (Inverturret), which was built in 1906. The gallery highlights the vital role that art plays in the scientific documentation of plants in Singapore and the region, as well as how art can inspire renewed appreciation of the natural world around us. This will be Singapore’s first permanent display of botanical art, where visitors will be able to see a selection of the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ collection that includes more than 2,000 botanical paintings, as well as hundreds of sketches, line drawings and photographs. The display will also showcase various art forms, from original watercolours and ink drawings to prints and printing blocks.
Some of the iconic artwork on display includes the oldest dated painting in the Gardens’ collection completed in 1890, of Phaius tankervilleae, an orchid which grows in freshwater swamp forests, as well as an illustration of Durio singaporensis, which is commonly known as the Singapore Durian.
Visitors will also be able to try their hand at the various techniques involved in botanical illustration, such as sketching, mixing colours, and composing scenes. The activity room also offers sweeping views of the forested areas surrounding the house.
The Botanical Art Gallery will also feature changing exhibitions that complement the Gardens’ permanent artwork collection. The first show, ‘Plants in Print’, will showcase a collection of rare books that records the development of early colonial botany in South and Southeast Asia. Local artists such as Shubigi Rao and Weixin Chong have also been commissioned to offer creative responses to these books and produce a series of contemporary artworks.
Gallop House No. 5 (Atbara) is Singapore’s oldest surviving colonial era or black-and-white bungalow. Built in 1898, it now houses the Forest Discovery Centre @ OCBC Arboretum, which showcases Singapore’s forest ecosystems, and highlights the importance of conserving them. Through a series of interpretive and interactive displays, visitors can enjoy a bird's eye view of Singapore’s diverse forests, and learn about the Gardens’ historical role in conserving them. Highlights include a photographic installation of forest trees, family-friendly displays and videos featuring three distinctive forest habitats found in Singapore, and their unique flora and fauna.
The Forest Discovery Centre @ OCBC Arboretum will also host the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Tropical Forest Ecology Research programme. This programme reprises a historical role for the Singapore Botanic Gardens, which dates back to the late 1800s. One of the Gardens’ early superintendents, Nathaniel Cantley, was tasked to survey the forests in the Straits Settlement in 1882. His report led to the demarcation of the first forest reserves in Singapore in 1884, in order to prevent the ecology and climate from further deteriorating.
Complementing the Forest Discovery Centre is the OCBC Arboretum, which is a first-of-its-kind high-tech arboretum in Southeast Asia. Opened in October 2019, the arboretum plays an important role in the Gardens’ conservation work, housing and displaying the Gardens’ growing collection of rare dipterocarps.
Ten years on, the sumo is now a geisha. Following a revamp, this urban Japanese dining concept now exudes a countercultural vibe and a reimagined experience, lifestyle and attitude.
Inspired by the antics of a rule-bending geisha, Kinki seeks to offer the legendary hospitality of the traditional geisha while allowing diners to let their hair down, all the while enjoying creative food and drink. Kinki does this with popular Japanese comfort foods reinvented into addictive new classics; and a bar list of liquids from East and West, including unique cocktails built on foundational cocktail-making techniques woven with Asian influences in surprising and unexpected ways. Kinki engages the senses with two levels of space – a restaurant and an al fresco rooftop bar. Diners socialise and unwind amidst immersive graffiti-style artworks by leading local artists evoking an edgy yet sophisticated ambience. Kinki fuses tradition and unconventionality for a new way of living; and wants you along for the ride.
Kinki occupies the two levels at Customs House, a conserved building built in the 1960s for the Singapore Customs Police. Enter the lift whose doors and walls are covered in various retro Japanese prints stitched into a dizzying collage. Designed by local design studio, Punkt Creative, the prints evokes Kintsugi, the old Japanese art of mending broken pottery by joining the fragments with capillaries of gold. With their design, it begins your escape from the everyday.
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.
At the very heart of Picanhas' is an empire that revels in the glory of their Queen of Steaks. A grand experience that aims to give the people what they want. Picanhas on Club Street serves two signature beef bowls which comes from a type of Brazilian cut beef that comes from the the top of the rump region of the cow, giving it its own signature and robust taste. Choose from their two signature dishes or get both - Queen of Steaks and Picanha Don.
Gemma Steakhouse at National Gallery is the latest concept of celebrated Italian Chef-Owner Beppe De Vito of The ilLido Group, a collection of unique Italian dining concepts including the 1-Michelin-star Braci, award-winning Art Restaurant and many more.
Inspired by the best of Mediterranean summertime steakhouses - where everyone gathers to revel in the happiness of the season in high spirits, Gemma Steakhouse is a vibrant celebration of everyday occasions and life’s greatest pleasures through food and drinks.
The 68-seater restaurant is an upscale social dining destination with a vibe-driven focus that’s redefining fine dining with its contemporary Italian food and beverage program, old-world charms and a trendy, festive atmosphere. The jewel of the kitchen is the trademark Josper oven, where hunks of Tuscan-style bistecca Fiorentina are seared in front of the guests, while an in-house curing room within Gemma Steakhouse presents a modern side of “fish carvery”.
Leckerbaer from Copenhagen is the re-invention of Danish butter cookies by two pastry chefs who have extensive experience in the Scandinavian Michelin-Star scene. They make everything from scratch and strive for the highest quality and honesty in the baking process.
Experience Leckerbaer at Isetan Scotts from 23 July onwards.
At The Food Peeps, they pride themselves as a lab to explore their love for coffee & food. Their menu displays unpretentious homemade items and their petit café space offers a great hideout, right at the edge of Tanjong Pagar district. Click here to view their menu which is currently available for islandwide delivery.
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.
More than 13,000 food items were raised for Food for the Heart's very first community shop at Mountbatten. The donations will supplied to 500 needy households from the Mountbatten and MacPherson neighbourhoods. At the store, beneficiaries can choose up to 12 items a month from the wide selection which is manned by volunteers.
Food from the Heart (FFTH) is a non-profit charity organization established in February 2003 after Singapore-based Austrian couple Henry and Christine Laimer read an article in The Sunday Times about bakeries discarding their unsold bread. Stirred, they then decided to channel surplus food from bakeries to those in need.
Food from the Heart has since evolved to become a resource bank, taking in non-perishable food items, toys and toiletries besides bread, whilst recycling and rechanneling whatever they can to good use.
As the need for services continue to grow, innovative programmes were added to not just alleviate hunger but also bring joy and hope, touching lives in every possible way.
An establishment steeped in culinary history, the 1-Group introduces Zorba, The Greek Taverna – a unique Greek experience that brings authentic dishes with age-old traditions from the azure Mediterranean Sea to sunny Singapore. Sitting along the waterfront of the Singapore River in Clarke Quay, Zorba aims to transport guests to a Greek isle with nourishing simplicity set along the picturesque riverbank.
Taking pride in their culinary traditions, Zorba presents a selection of crowd-pleasing dishes from appetisers, pristine seafood and meats, and tempting desserts. Rooted in Greek heritage and culture, Zorba sources its traditional ingredients direct from Greek suppliers.
A signature option at Zorba is the extensive selection of Greek’s Mixed Grill Platter ($88). This hearty sharing platter includes cheese-stuffed bifteki, pork gyros, chicken and beef souvlaki, lamb chops and Loukaniko. Perfect for sharing with friends and family of two to three, this platter, and served with a side of fried potatoes, salad, and tzatziki. Another substantial dish is the classic grilled platter of Souvlaki ($20) that showcases juicy grilled meat skewers served with chips and tzatziki salad. Zorba's version features the traditional Greek selection; Argentinean air-flown Black Angus striploin, Iberico pork, and Brazilian chicken breast. The meats are marinated for 48 hours in a proprietary blend of spices before being grilled to perfection, making for a full-flavoured and tender bite.
An all-time favourite, the Htapothi Sti Skhara ($30) features a heritage recipe from the isles of Greece. The octopus is first tenderised by hand as the chef beats it with a smooth rock, after which it is sprinkled with salt water and rubbed with the same rock in a circular motion until the tentacles curl up. The octopus is then slow grilled atop a low-burning charcoal fire with sea-salt and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice, for a delicate smoky char.
Other noteworthy grilled items include Tsipoura ($32), which utilises sea bream flown in from Greece. The ancient Greeks held the sea bream or 'Orata' (Italian for 'golden') in high regard due to the golden flecks in its eyes, and it was frequently offered to the goddess Aphrodite for its attractiveness and meaty flesh. Keeping the seasoning light and clean, the fish is drizzled with lemon, garlic and olive oil and grilled on a plancha for a meal worthy of a deity.
Aside from pristine seafood and quality cuts of meat, the Greeks are equally known for their saccharine desserts. Fit for any sweet-tooth, Greek Baklava ($12) presents a rich sweet flaky pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and held together with honey. Another dessert staple includes Yiaourti Me Meli ($8) - Greek yoghurt with lashes of honey and crunchy walnuts.
Along with the great tasting food, Zorba also serves Katogi Averoff wines from Metsovo by the bottle to further enhance the Mediterranean experience.
A new development is rising – bringing together the energy of a city and the warmth of a village. Introducing a single location that blends the old and the new; urban landscape and lush greenery; residences, serviced residences, shops and offices.
The refreshed, and re-energised Holland Village will be a living, vibrant community where people gather to live, play, work, eat, and shop – the Village brings everyone and everything together as one.
One Holland Village weaves a new language from the common threads that make the neighbourgood so special. Drawing inspiration from Holland Village's architecture, streetscape, and low-rise shophouses, this development will create a live-work-play environment that will bring the community together as one.
Building a new development within the low-rise enclave of Holland Village requires boldness and sensitivity. Rather than an imposing structure towering over the neighbourhood, One Holland Village blends seamlessly into the distinct's informal landscape, an extension of the neighbourhood's stoned walls. Its architecture carefully references the basic building blocks of the neighbourhood - the iconic shophouses and irregular strreets. The result is a distinctive landmark that enriches the existing Holland Village community and urban fabric.
Home specialist mc2 is proud to announce the expansion of its smart blind gallery, from 4,200 sqft to now 7,000 sqft. The gallery offers an exciting retail experience, with an advanced smart living experience as well as Singapore’s first-ever indoor display of full-size Renson outdoor blinds. Along with the launch of its newly revamped gallery, mc2 has also launched the full range of ALTEX indoor blinds and curtains. In addition, mc2 will be bringing in premium furniture, designer fabrics as well as the solutions of renowned electronics giants, sound and lighting brands and many more.
mc2 is set to revolutionise outdoor-blind shopping with the Renson Outdoor Blinds Experience Centre. This experience centre is equipped not only with a full suite of Renson outdoor blinds solutions, but also with a coloured LED illuminated ceiling that can display over 200,000 colour hues. The ceiling can simulate different weather conditions, from sunshine to rain and even thunderstorm, complete with sound effects.
Now, customers can experience how Renson Camargue’s, Lapure’s, Aero’s, Linarte’s, Algarve’s series of outdoor retractable blinds will function during different types of weather.
Customers can also experience the concept of a smart home right at the ALTEX Solution Centre. mc2 has collaborated with renowned brands such as Philips Hue, Samsung, Somfy, and Sonos to bring in voice-enabled smart-home devices. From curtains to blinds, glass films to home appliances such as air conditioners, TVs, speakers, lighting, and robotic vacuum cleaners, these devices can be synced with Google Assistant. A simple command such as “Hey Google, I’m home” and the smart-home ecosystem will automatically activate the lights, speakers, television, air-conditioning and curtains. Homeowners can also preset their preferences and the controls will automatically change the ambience of the room — say “movie time” or “I’m going to bed” and the lights will dim, and the curtains will draw.
Go and kickstart your day with a hearty meal in the heart of Orchard Road at a cosy café that will tease your palate. At Café de Muse, they put a great deal of thought into preparing their coffee and food and are constantly refining their craft to bring out their best taste for your enjoyment. Savour a variety of dishes prepared by their experienced chefs as they bring out the flavours through the freshest natural ingredients to satisfy your every craving. Delight yourself once again with their array of decadent desserts and drinks.
Coming to you in 2021, the new HomeTeamNS Bedok Clubhouse will be the first clubhouse to be nestled within Bedok Reservoir Park. With a waterfront haven-themed clubhouse observing the Bedok Reservoir, HomeTeamNS members can look forward to a cozy space to bond and relax with their families and friends.
HomeTeamNS is a non-profit Association set up to recognise the invaluable contributions of the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) NSmen to the safety and security of the nation. Not just a regular recreation club, they seek to create a shared environment for NSmen from both forces to foster better relations while working together.
The HomeTeamNS Bedok Clubhouse is set to have features and facilities like Concept Villas, Indoor Water Adventure, thoughfully designed mancaves and more.
Their Concept Vilas, the first of their kind in Singapore, will be set on a hill slope, within forested vegetation and amidst a canopy of trees, and offer park and reservoir views.
The Indoor Water Adventure will feature several firsts for Singapore: the longest indoor water slide; the first water slide tunnel decorated with LED rainbows, dot patterns and shooting lights; and the first wet obstacle rope course.
The mancaves will be similar to those at their Khatib Clubhouse, the mancaves at Bedok Clubhouse will allow for NSmen to gather in comfortable hangout spaces.
The Revel Bistro & Bar is a unique wine and dine destination tucked away in the NTU Alumni House at Marina Square. A perfect haven for NTU Alumni, Faculty, Staff as well as anyone who wants to kick back and indulge in some good quality time with family and friends.
The bespoke Revel Bistro & Bar, managed by the renowned Neo Group, No.1 Events Caterer in Singapore, brings to you plenty of delectable international cuisine as well as familiar Singaporean flavours to satisfy local taste buds. When the night falls, unwind at The Revel Bar which features an array of artisanal cocktails. Be sure to revel in music from various live bands too. A commitment from them to ensure that their customers enjoy both quality of food and hospitality.
Located at Dempsey Road, Meat-Me Steakhouse serves up tasty steaks and wines. At Meat-Me, they are always focused on presenting the perfect meat to meet you. Their beef, aged for at least 60 days, gets roasted to excellence in the seasoned hands of their chef.
Meat-Me Steakhouse is made up of 3 sections – an indoor dining area that seats 35, an outdoor dining area for 35 pax and a bar for 6 pax.
The indoor dining area is set in a cosy and intimate atmosphere within the restaurant, decorated with modern decorative elements and is ideal for private gatherings or professional meetings. The outdoor dining area is set on a deck, surrounded by lush greenery for the tranquil alfresco dining experience, the outdoor dining section is perfect for standing cocktail, private parties or professional networking events.
A cozy terrace in the heart of Clarke Quay, Yin is for like-minded people to congregate. Located within The Riverhouse, Yin is an al-fresco bar by day and lounge by night, where their patrons can enjoy non-stop entertainment ranging from LIVE performances to sports, from dusk ’till dawn.
A melodious blend of tradition and modernity, Mimi at The Riverhouse in Clarke Quay fuses intriguing flavours from Sichuan, Shanghai and Mongolia with contemporary cooking techniques and distinctive presentations to create an engaging dining experience. Heavily invigorated by its past as a headquarter for secret societies, every dish seeks to convey the secrets, origins and stories of Chinese culture. Click here to view Mimi's menu.
Mimi is also a unique wedding venue choice which offers couples a complete experience of modern Chinese cuisine with a touch of cultural heritage in a 150 year old Heritage Building in the heart of Clarke Quay. Check out their Wedding Kit here for more information.
Part of the newly-opened The Riverhouse at Clarke Quay, Yang is the first upmarket International Asian Club with a distinct music and theatrical entertainment direction. Positioned to be continuous innovators in the Nightlife industry, this nightspot will be the future top-of-mind experiential nightclub identity for Asian revelers in Singapore.
Shaped by the rich heritage of the renowned Balestier, 1953 stands beautifully with a conserved facade to add on to a new legacy. The up and coming landmark will be iconic at the locale where new chapters unfold in a precinct filled with charisma and conveniences.
1953 is a freehold conservation mixed-use development by Oxley Holdings.
1953 has a curated selection of one and three bedroom units across three different styles of collections to match your taste.
Strategically located at Jewel Changi Airport, a world-class retail and dining destination, MUJI Jewel Changi Airport is Singapore’s 1st duplex MUJI store, spanning over 1300 sqm in size.
The store furnishing is specially designed by Super Potato and inspired by “Fusion of local culture and MUJI”, spotting vintage traditional household items like windowsills from old houses.
Beside shopping, customers can also take delight in a cosy 88-seater Café&Meal MUJI with a balcony located at 3F, showcasing the occasional view of the skytrain zipping by.
The opening of MUJI Jewel Changi Airport marks a significant presence of MUJI in Singapore, and acts as a window to showcase MUJI and its concept to the world, while establishing communications with both local and international visitors.
There is an extensive range of over 4,000 merchandise in this MUJI store, including MUJI to Go and MUJI WALKER items. Interior Advisory service, a complimentary service that provides customizable solutions to storage problem or interior coordination issue, is also available.
The KÄSa House Lobby lounge will serve up the Affogato Bar classics along with alcoholic infused affogatos, a specially-curated cocktail menu and a clever micro-batch ice-cream offering, prepared daily and upon order only.
Indulge in the best of Italian delights, morning to night!
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.
Nearly a decade after first bringing French classics to Singapore at their original location at Duxton Hill, L’Entrecôte The Steak & Fries Bistro has now opened at Customs House, overlooking the stunning Marina Bay!
L’Entrecôte focuses on the season’s best steak paired with unlimited crispy, golden fries, accompanied by a fresh green salad with mustard dressing and walnuts. This winning formula is only complete with their secret sauce, poured generously over the trimmed and tender slices of steak.
The singular main course on the menu is complemented by a wide array of starters and 15 kinds of desserts. Choose from starters like the traditional French Escargots de Bourgogne (6 snails prepared with parsley butter and garlic) and delectable desserts like the crowdâpleasing Old Fashioned Crème Caramel with a traditional almond tuille.
Nestled within the Novena district, NUSS Mandalay Road Guild House offers an idyllic retreat from the hustle and bustle of busy city streets. Housed in an iconic two-story black-and-white bungalow, the Society’s third Guild House exudes classic colonial charm with the comfort and familiarity of modern design.
Savour the homely flavours of Colonial Hainanese cuisine amidst the elegant dining setting of The Restaurant @ Mandalay, or be surrounded by lush greenery at the outdoor patio.
They also have a spacious fitness studio. Whether you are looking for a rejuvenating yoga session, or an upbeat dance workout, gain access to this studio and other facilities that NUSS has to offer by being a member.
Cashew Green is a home designed to bring nature in. Redefine your living spaces with an internal courtyard and elevated terrace garden with this 999-leasehold terrace house project by Far East Organization.
Every residence at Cashew Green is thoughtfully designed to blur the boundaries between the internal and external spaces. Creating a unique garden environment, seamlessly taking the beauty of nature right inside your home, Cashew Green offers you luxurious living spaces. A majority of the residences are composed of a basement, three-storeys of living space and an attic. The basement boasts of a car porch that can fit 2 cars and even a tandem lot for your third car.
Imagine a world that gives you the privilege of waking up every day to the soothing embrace of nature – Cashew Green. Nestled in an exclusive and prestigious enclave surrounded by many Good Class Bungalows, Cashew Green is set within the vicinity of Dairy Farm Nature Park, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, and the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, which contains some of the country’s richest forests when it comes to biodiversity.
Live within minutes from the Downtown Line which includes the Cashew MRT Station and Bukit Panjang MRT Station. Enjoy the many delightful restaurants, charming cafes and great shopping finds that await you in HillV2, The Rail Mall, Junction 10 and Bukit Panjang Plaza. Be it groceries, your afternoon latte or a good book, convenience is never out of reach.
Set in a beautifully restored shophouse, one can wine and dine in exclusivity in Subrosa's elegant dining room and relaxed lounge space.
While soaking in the ambience, their head chefs will satiate your tastebuds with the finest ingredients that are specifically sourced on the day itself as you sit back to enjoy a wide array of wines and liquors. Be it business gatherings, entertaining clients and all celebrations possible, Subrosa will elevate your dining experience and leave you with wonderous dining memories.
Subrosa’s food will take you through an East meets West journey, blending ingredients and techniques from across Asia and Europe. They only use the freshest ingredients, with as much as possible being locally-sourced from Singapore’s vibrant markets on the day of your booking. They serve an ever-evolving set menu, which will be tailored to your dietary and spend requirements.
View their sample 5-course menu here and 7-course menu here.
Siri House in Dempsey Hill is a lifestyle, social and dining space by Sansiri, Thailand’s leading luxury property developer, bringing together people, art, design, food, and retail - all essential elements for a sought-after place of gathering. An emblem of the Sansiri lifestyle, Siri House welcomes everyone. Whether you’re looking for a brunch spot on the weekend, a cocktail masterclass to attend, a thoughtful gift for a friend or just for quiet refuge, Siri House is the place to be.
Nestled in Dempsey Hill, Siri House features a Sales Gallery highlighting Sansiri’s most prestigious property developments; JAM at SIRI HOUSE, a restaurant that elevates the home dining and drinking experience; an intimate Art Space that will exhibit a roster of art shows by Thai and international artists; The Shop retailing a hot list of ones-to-watch-and-know design brands from Thailand.
Fourth Avenue Residences by Allgreen Properties Limited is a collection of 476 exclusive homes nestled amidst lush greenery and bungalow areas in the prime district 10 of Singapore. It is served by Sixth Avenue MRT Station at its doorstep and surrounded by prestigious schools.
From Fourth Avenue Residences, you are connected to the rest of the island via major expressways. Sixth Avenue MRT Station is right at the doorstep of Fourth Avenue Residences. Residents will enjoy a direct covered linkway to the station.
Fourth Avenue Residences is the perfect canvas to express your personal taste and lifestyle. Ranging from 1 to 4-bedroom, every unit has a practical layout that is flexible enough to accommodate your changing needs.
In celebration of the firm’s 77th anniversary, KPMG in Singapore recently unveiled its revamped staff lounge – the KPMG Clubhouse – as an emblem to redefine the future of work and enhance their staff experience through innovation and technology.
Prominently located on the first floor of City House in the Central Business District area and occupying over 5,000 square feet, the KPMG Clubhouse first opened its doors in 2011 to give KPMG staff a place that they could chill in, catch up with colleagues and friends, host client meetings and work in a comfortable and collaborative manner.
Taking into consideration how today’s employees, in particular, the millennial generation prefer to work, the firm undertook a four-month renovation of the KPMG Clubhouse, with the intent to redesign the facility such that it sits at the forefront of technology, functionality and design. Read more about the clubhouse here.
Pandora’s Garden, a newly-opened rooftop garden bar located at the courtyard of Ann Siang House is dedicated to serving rosé wines. Housing the most comprehensive collection of rosé wines in Singapore, it hopes to precipitate the rising popularity of this sophisticated yet often misunderstood pink style of wine.
Pandora’s Garden is a hidden gem designed around an ancient Frangipani tree with roots that run deep under Ann Siang House. When night falls, a retractable roof opens up like a box and twinkling fairy lights are turned on to create a magical effect that inspired the name Pandora’s Garden.
Come 2020, HomeTeamNS members will be able to enjoy a 2,800 sqm indoor adventure hubcomplete with a rope course and fireman slides – among other facilities – when their dazzling new Khatib clubhouse opens.
This was announced recently at the clubhouse’s groundbreaking ceremony. Other features unveiled include
a tactical simulator,
a state-of-the-art 1,500 sqm gym,
along with four man caves as comfortable hangout areas.
The 21,000 sqm five-storey clubhouse (with a one-storey basement) will feature green innovations such as charging stations for electric cars, solar panels and an eco-filtration swimming pool. It will also be equipped with self-service kiosks and “chatbots”, allowing HomeTeamNS members to renew their membership, make payments and book facilities with greater ease. HomeTeamNS is also partnering POSB to pilot cashless transaction solutions, which will be integrated into its new clubhouses.
Located along Yishun Avenue 2, the clubhouse will replace the current facility in Sembawang and is designed to serve about 250,000 Home Team NSmen. It is one of three new clubhouses that will be built as part of a long-term development master plan.
The multi-tenanted JTC Logistics Hub @ Gul, which will be the first of its kind, will integrate a multi-storey inland container depot, warehouses and a heavy vehicle park when it opens by 2019.
The development comprises a warehouse block of modular units of between 1,600 sqm to 2,500 sqm including rooftop space for heavy vehicle and/or chassis parking; and another block with high ceiling for Inland Container Depot (ICD) operations. The gross floor area is approximately 143,370 square metres.
GRUB has established a 2nd outlet in Balestier, located within the HomeTeam-NS JOM Clubhouse in Ah Hood Road. This new joint is a poolside alfresco burger bistro, with a food truck counter concept. They are looking forward to offering the same delicious juicy burgers and ice cold beers, this time with a beautiful pool view!
Similar to their Bishan outlet, they plan to maintain their family-friendly focus and will be organizing children's activities every month.
GRUB is proud to be part of The Food Explorer Group, a home-grown brand conceptualised and run by 4 young local entrepreneurs. Having built Cookyn Inc, Singapore’s premier cooking events company, the quartet have also added redpan, a modern Singaporean bistro at Marina Square to their repertoire of ‘food exploring’ adventures.
Steakville source for their beef supplies from specific farms and regions, bringing specialised farm breeds to their cozy restaurant in Sunshine Plaza. They aim to bring the “farm-to-table” dining experience to their customers whereby patrons can find out more about the steak they are having. You can view their menu here.
Their collaborative partner, Candour Coffee Bar, provides a wide selection of beverages, ranging from artisan coffee to signature coffee mocktails, creating options and playful choices for everyone.
The MeatHöuse is a halal steakhouse that features a highly-curated and original menu by Chef Benny Se Teo of Eighteen Chefs (the successful casual-dining restaurant chain, committed to hiring ex-offenders and youths-at-risk).
The MeatHöuse magnifies your love for meat with the most visually impressive steak that money can buy.
Few places serve a Tomahawk Steak and even fewer people are capable of devouring one on their own. They serve up quality Australian Augus 120 days grain-fed steak that weighs in at 1.2 to 2kg. This tender, juicy monster is seared to perfection exact to your preferred doneness.
At The MeatHöuse, you can enjoy favourites like REAL Truffle Fries and Aglio Olio to their signatures such as Crab & Chips, Meat & Mash and more.
Middleton International School (MIS) has a second campus located at 2 Tampines Street 92, covering a land area of 291,996 sq ft (around 5 football fields). The site consists of multiple classrooms of various sizes, 3 external hard courts and a field. Previously, the site was occupied by ITE, Tampines.
The MIS Tampines campus will offer levels from Nursery 2 to Grade 12 (3-18 years), thus offering a through-train education pathway for international families. School fees for Middleton International School's programme comes at affordable price points, which are nearly half of that charged by other international schools in Singapore.
Middleton International School started in January 2017 with its first campus at Upper Bukit Timah in response to the strong demand for affordable international schools amongst expatriate parents. The campus very quickly reached full capacity and has a wait list in most levels.
The teaching staff consists of a mix of local and international teachers. This brings a diverse set of skills, competencies and experiences to the school. The new campus will also have a mix of local and international teachers and create more than 150 jobs over the years as it reaches its full capacity of 1000 students. Read more about the new campus here.
62 years on, popular homegrown brand Old Chang Kee opens its first flagship store right at the original location of its very first stall.
Old Chang Kee has its humble beginnings in 1956 in a small stall in a coffee shop near the then Rex Cinema along Mackenzie Road. People from every corner of Singapore would travel to this stall to savor the perfect curry puff, then known affectionately as the "Rex Curry Puff".
The 50-seater heritage-themed setting flagship coffee house will not only serve the usual Old Chang Kee delights. Their new offerings like Flower Bread (seven fluffy buns with a choice of curry or stew) and Beef Stew Rice are both exclusive to the Rex outlet.
Located on the ground floor of Straits Clan, Clan Café is an all-day lounge serving nourishing fare that is comforting to both the palate and soul. Set in a warm and inviting atmosphere, the menu features a selection of hearty grain bowls and broths with recipes drawn from East Asian heritages. The beverage program is centred around a range of wellness tea blends, specially developed by artisan tea specialist, A.muse Projects.
The cocktails here are inspired by popular local dishes such as laksa and chicken rice.
Amrith, means nectar of immortality in Sanskrit.
The glasshouse bar is an extension of the Song of India restaurant and run by beverage consultancy, BarSmiths.
Their Hainanese Chicken Rice concotion ($26) is made with a fat-washed rye that takes on the flavours of garlic, ginger, shallots and sesame oil, a ginger liqueur and calamansi juice. The drink is served with a little side of chilled, Hainanese steamed chicken that is sprayed with a fragrant sesame and shallot oil.
Bringing a heavenly Italian dining experience to the new Ann Siang House is the recently reopened restaurant, PerBacco.
Inspired by Bacchus (the Roman God of Wine), PerBacco will offer comforting traditional Italian dishes with a spotlight on wholesome Northern Specialities and the finest imported wines from around the world.
Lighter and brighter Italian-inspired dishes that will have you hooked from the get-go - paired with your favourite Italian cocktails. Whether you're meeting friends for an after-work Spritz, going on a romantic dinner date with a great view, or even looking for a sweet (and boozy!) weekend brunch spot, Caffe Fernet has got you covered.
Served with a spritz of sprezzatura!
Spanning 1,800 sq ft, the 130-seater restaurant-bar is the Jigger & Pony Group's largest venture. The Jigger & Pony Group runs five other establishments.
Caffe Fernet's chef, David Tang, previously spent a decade working in several of Wolfgang Puck's kitchens around the world.
Are you ready for a totally new experience in dining? How about something fresh, exciting and out of the ordinary to tempt your taste buds? If you are a meat lover and beef connoisseur get ready for an unforgettable experience. The well-known and loved ASTONS' chain is opening The Ranch Steakhouse & Bar, a classic steakhouse which will be located at Clarke Quay in Downtown Singapore.
It will include an exceptional dining area with an outdoor bar and seating to take advantage of the vibrant parade of passer-bys.
This is the Classic Steakhouse concept, serving terrific value meals to guests. As soon as you walk through the door, you’ll be captivated by delectable aromas from their mouth-watering cuts of meat. Order your preferred steak and it will be cooked to perfection by their artisan chefs.
The Ranch’s menu will feature exceptional succulent dry-aged beef, premium beef and secondary cuts offering delicate flavourand tenderness, all home-made and delicious. Exclusive dry-aged beef is served to guests with “bones in”. The concept of “bone-in” greatly enhances taste, aroma and tenderness of the meat. Other classics, such as Terrines, Beef Tartar, Oxtail and many more, will be among the premium selections. The full bar is equipped with an extensive range of international wines and ‘good old’ German beer. With its stunning riverside location, The RANCH is your ideal choice to impress business colleagues, entertain with friends or enjoy sensational value-for-money meals with family.
They will offer the highest quality American and Australian Steaks, great wines and first class service in an exceptional setting, making The Ranch your favourite go-to dining destination in no time. They will continue to use the highest quality ingredients at affordable prices.
Straits Clan is a new hospitality project and members' club managed by The Lo & Behold Group, developed in conjunction with Members Only Hospitality. They open their doors from March 2018.
As a member, you'll gain access to:
Four floors of F&B, entertainment, fitness, wellness and workspace concepts
The city’s most progressive and forward-thinking community
Some of the world's best members clubs and workspaces through their network of reciprocal clubs
Exclusive invites and unique event experiences in Straits Clan and around the city
Special privileges from a curated network of lifestyle, hospitality and retail partners
Come together over a rotating roster of events, featuring the best and exciting new experiences from around the world and Singapore. All in a comfortable, modern space where you can be yourselves, open up, share and connect.
Having launched five years ago in early 2012, Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse made an imprint on Singapore’s dining scene by being the only restaurant to serve a 1.2kg charcoal-grilled Bistecca alla Fiorentina Wagyu T-Bone Steak. After five very successful years, the establishment has moved to a new location right next door, replete with an elegant makeover.
Diners will be wowed by the newly outfitted shop-house, combining modern and sleek architecture while preserving several elements of the nearly century-old heritage structure. From cozy booths with an unmatched, intimate dining experience by candlelight and impeccable service; to a modern Tuscan affair at the Chef’s table, adjacent to the open-design kitchen and Fiorentina cellar - Bistecca welcomes patrons looking for a host of different experiences.
Open for dinner daily, and for lunch six days a week, Bistecca’s menu will remain largely unchanged, with a few special additions, leaving regulars filled with anticipation on what surprises Bistecca has in store. The Bistecca alla Fiorentina, a crowd and family favourite, will remain on the menu along with their daily hand-made pastas, made using only egg yolks in the traditional Italian method. Diners can expect new dishes such as the Fettuccini with smoked pimentón pasta, blue swimmer crab, roasted peppers, and lemon butter, giving Bistecca an air of Italian decadence.
Bistecca is known for their F1 Wagyu beef which is pasture raised in the King and Kiew and Valleys of Australia, and organic grain-finished under the highest ethical standards. And in line with their food philosophy, all of their seafood is sustainably sourced, whilst the produce is organic where possible.
Located only five minutes from the Singapore CBD, Bistecca is available for bespoke dining experiences at the Chef’s table overlooking the kitchen, as well as catering to larger groups looking for an entertaining evening at Singapore’s most stylish steakhouse.
Settle into one of their cozy banquettes and enjoy an architecturally thoughtful space with beautiful wood detailing. The menu features shareable snacks, stone-fired pizza and the city's most eclectic and surprising wine list. In fact, you can have almost any wine on their 200+ list by the half-bottle.
Due to their intimate size, do note that they accept reservations exclusively through their website.
Bao Makers at Horne Road has relocated to 4 Jiak Chuan Road.
Sharing the same space with Butler's Steakhouse, Bao Makers is a concept store serving buns created tastefully with flavours using fresh ingredients daily. They serve other comfort food too other than just Baos (Chinese Steamed Buns).
Sharing the same space with The Bao Makers on Jiak Chuan Road, Butler's Steakhouse serves New Age Beef Cuts. The former operates in the day and the latter takes over the premise at night.
Calling all steak lovers; the restaurant’s signature —the Butler Steak—is a black Angus flat iron steak and it is only available in limited portions daily. The Black Angus Flat Iron Steak also comes with a side of a salad.
Following their well-received and popular flagship restaurant on Wallich Street, SBCD Korean Tofu House's 2nd outlet is now open at Millenia Walk.
SBCD’s signature 'Soontofu' (tofu stew) is made with a rigorous preparation process, where mature white soybeans that are specially imported from Paju, South Korea, are boiled, curdled and pressed for the perfect taste and texture.
Paju, South Korea is located within an hour’s drive northwest of the capital city, Seoul and is within close proximity of Korea’s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Due to the untouched and pristine nature of the DMZ and its proximities, fresh produce sourced from Paju remains one of the top choices in terms of quality for many local merchants.
Homegrown e-retailer, Reebonz, has opened an 8-storey S$40m e-commerce hub in Tampines on Tuesday 30 May.
The building will house the luxury fashion e-commerce company’s management as well as its warehousing and distribution services.
The 200,000-square-foot space is four times larger than Reebonz's previous office and distribution centre and now stock more than 500,000 types of products - which is more than 11 times its previous capacity.
The new hub will be a platform for Reebonz to scale across the region in terms of having a centralised distribution centre that will distribute their products across 17 countries around the world.
News of SAFRA's 7th clubhouse which would be located within Choa Chu Kang Park was annnounced by SAFRA President and Second Minister for Defence, Ong Ye Kung, at a national service appreciation ceremony at Keat Hong Community Club on Sunday (May 28).
More than 90,000 Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) national servicemen and their families living in northwest Singapore can now look forward to this project.
The new clubhouse will feature a sheltered swimming pool, a skypark running circuit, a gym as well as a nature-themed playground.
SAFRA has been building clubhouses since 1972 to meet the recreational needs of national servicemen. The current clubhouses include the Toa Payoh clubhouse and Mount Faber clubhouse which serve central Singapore, there is one in Tampines serving residents in the east, two in the north (Punggol and Yishun) and one in Jurong.
The Stamford Arts Centre at Waterloo Street will undergo a S$7 million redevelopment and it will reopen in the middle of next year as an arts space fully dedicated to traditional arts, complete with a new multi-purpose hall, a space for resident artists and an F&B outlet, among other improvements.
The arts centre will be managed by Arts House Limited, which also manages other arts housing spaces such as Goodman Arts Centre and Aliwal Arts Centre.
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.
SBCD Korean Tofu House specialises in tofu stews (Sundubu) and is located in the basement of the new Tanjong Pagar Centre. There you'll find a fully-fledged menu of Korean comfort food.
Sundubu, is a type of jjigae (Korean stew), consisting of freshly curdled tofu, ingredients of meat or seafood, egg and gochujang (Korean Miso) served in a hot stone pot with white rice on the side. The varieties available include Original Beef or Pork, Assorted Seafood, Oyster, Abalone, Intestines, Ham & Cheese, Vegetables and Sesame.
The Warehouse Hotel’s flagship restaurant, Po, is a refined modern Singaporean concept presenting an array of local classics and elevated Singaporean staples by Chef-Partner Willin Low (founder of Wild Rocket, one of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants) and The Lo & Behold Group.
Po seeks to bridge the gap between our nation’s vibrant culinary heritage and rich collective memories of home cooked specialties. The beverage offering features a tightly curated selection of tipples which will bring to life the heritage of The Warehouse Hotel alongside premium craft Asian spirits and fine wines.
The third Mexican venue from The Loco Group (Lucha Loco, Super Loco Robertson Quay), this 130 seat restaurant and bar will be located on the Fullerton Bay waterfront and is surrounded by panoramic views of Marina Bay.
Super Loco Customs House serves a new menu of modern authentic Mexican food for lunch and dinner. An extensive range of cocktails, tequilas, mezcals and beers is available.
Bago [bay-go] is a 40-seater lounge venue in Singapore uniquely offering an authentic and comprehensive Caribbean Rum Experience.
Broaden your horizons (and your repertoire of tipple conquests) at this vibrant rum lounge at Keong Saik’s Lime House. Honouring the traditions of Tobago – hence, its name – Bago urges you to adopt the spirit of “liming”, the art of doing nothing but having a good time. The colonial-decor lounge appeases with an appetising side of fish goujans and a glass of Dark & Stormy, which is a dark mix made with white rum and lime angostura bitters. Or if fruity bubblies are more your thing, the Kingston gives a smooth hint of tangy orange but ends with a heady finish.
Headquarters by The Council is the new party home base for The Council, helmed by Eileen Chan aka DJ Cats on Crack and owner of KOI Izakaya, Clement Chin. The new space will host their Council series from Wednesdays to Saturdays, with Resident DJ Julien Brochard spinning electronic beats alongside other local DJs.
Known for their pop-up underground parties featuring local faves like Haan from CBD raving ground, KyĆ, to Berlin’s Kaiser Souzai, The Council’s recent party base hosts regional and international DJs who spin beats from house music, disco to techno. The Headquarters is then a no-frills underground club that is home to a community of music lovers with their signature parties and weeknight events.
You can even expect an experimental flair from their parties and not just a dark room with music, since they’ve turned streets into dance ïŹoors and shop houses into dancehalls. They've also brought parties to open-air carparks, secret villas and stunted rooftops.
V on Shenton is an upcoming mixed condo development project, located close to the Shenton way, in the core area of Singapore. The condo sits right next to the central business district of city and close to the UIC building.
The V on Shenton comprises of 3 bedrooms units to penthouses and studio units. The penthouse unit has a size range from 441 sqft. to 7255 sqft. There are also some other developments close to the V on Shenton including the Marine One Residence, Marian Bay residence, The clift, Icon One Shenton, 76 Shenton, Lumiere and Clermont etc.
Live in V on Shenton if you want to get a living space where you can get an easy access to various amenities like dining, entertainment, leisure facilities and shopping options just within a short reach. The 2 level of trade that is present at the pedestal will offer a channel of convenience to its residents, in getting the daily amenities.
The name 9999.9 or FIVE NINES refers to the finest form of refined gold, a fitting moniker considering its aim to provide gold standards of service, presentation and ingredients, all at prices that won’t leave a smoking hole in your wallet.
Taking seasonal flavors and techniques from around the continent of Europe. FIVE NINES mixes carefully selected wines and fine dining at casual price.
Audemars Piguet has re-opened the doors to its flagship boutique at Liat Towers in Singapore, unveiling a transformation that makes it the largest Audemars Piguet boutique in the world.
Located along Orchard Road, the store spanning 196 sqm over two floors with newly-raised higher ceilings, is the brand's only one featuring a 3-storey façade; an impressive greeting wall more than 10 metres in height.
In the window display, are metallic silhouettes angled in different shapes and forms, elongated and pieced together, inspired by trees of the forests in Le Brassus.
Bronze-brushed finishing echoes elements create a seamless harmony as the visitors' attention transition from the exterior to the interior, which features the use of wood, metal and idyllic landscapes.
At the landing of the entrance is a magnificent chandelier symbolising the clouds and fog which very often hovers above Vallée de Joux.
A 9-panel LED screen showing the ethereal winter landscape, as a reflection of what the season currently is in Les Brassus.
Of note are watch display cases that feature metallic embellishments reminiscent of the timepieces' link bracelets, whilst the teardrop light fixtures remind visitors of the harsh rainy weather back in Switzerland.
"The Manufacture" includes detailed product displays and a watchmaker corner whilst "The House" incorporates a full service bar and lounge that invites clients to relax with an espresso or a glass of champagne, bringing a unique customer service experience.
Emblematic timepieces as well as pieces from the new collection will be showcased around the boutique for watch enthusiasts and collectors to enjoy in the new Audemars Piguet "Home away from Home".
Founded by former elite sports karate fighter, Kaspar Basse, the first Joe & The Juice opened in Copenhagen in 2002. Designed to offer a healthy and delicious alternative to quick-fix meal options that would meet the nutritional requirements that athletes would need to achieve optimal performance.
Since then, the Danish-Scandinavian inspired destination coffee and juice bar has become a cult favorite in 70 cities across Europe, including London, Stockholm, Hamburg, Oslo, New York, Nice, Reykjavik and soon to open in Paris, Hong Kong, Macau and now Singapore!
Fueled by two prominent mega trends - entertainment & health, Joe & The Juice offers a uniquely theatrical and personalised customer experience which combines theatre, fun, music, art, design, crafts, social media, culture, fashion, tattoos and some great looking stars behind the counter.
Their insistence on serving up only the freshest mix of nutritionally rich menu offerings ensures that nothing is pre-made or packaged in advance. Expect nothing short of a spectacle as you watch your orders being prepared on the spot by the stars behind the counter. The result is an extraordinary dynamic ambiance, engaging and entertaining, topped with nutritious and delectable offering.
Joe & The Juice articulates its Danish heritage through the use of locally designed interiors and furnishings so that each location carries the brand identity but still establishes itself as a unique destination.
toTTful cafe has recently opened on East Coast Road, and comes with a social cause!
toTTful cafe has a common goal, that is to help teenagers, young adults and their families to aid their monthly families needs by offering them a job and also maximazing their individual potential and creativity in their cafe.
In addition, boosting confidence in themselves and giving experience in the food & beverage industry to allow them to be a more responsible person and for them to attain future opportunities.
Madame Tussauds Singapore is Merlin’s first Singapore-based attraction and is a natural complement to Images of Singapore LIVE. The ultimate ‘celebrity’ attraction allows you to ‘meet’ and interact with your heroes and it brings the best and most lifelike wax figures to Asia’s favourite playground.
Madame Tussauds Singapore is uniquely tailored to reflect the culture and excitement of its Singapore and Southeast Asia location. This is not only apparent in the design of the attraction but also in the choice of figures which includes an exciting combination of historical and contemporary figures from the region, as well as both local and global celebrities such as Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Michael Jackson and One Direction, among others. One Direction will be pit stopping in Madame Tussauds Singapore from now until October 2015, as part of their worldwide tour, giving One Direction fans the unique opportunity to re-live the days of the original five!
Other local celebrities that feature in the attraction include Jack Neo, Phua Chu Kang, Stephanie Sun, JJ Lin and Zoe Tay, among others.
Madame Tussauds Singapore is also the only Madame Tussauds globally to incorporate a boat ride into the attraction! This unique boat ride reflects Singapore’s fascinating and colourful culture and history.
Carne & Caipirinha is an authentic Brazilian steakhouse that follows the famous Rodizio (rotation) style service. It boasts one of the largest variety of premium-quality grills in a Brazilian churrascaria — featuring unlimited servings of roasted chicken, beef, lamb, pork and fish meats.
Tuck into authentic Brazilian cuisine which is freshly made in-house by our Brazilian Head Chef, Chef Britto, who has more than 36 years of experience under his belt with Brazilian cuisine. The barbeque spread includes a buffet line of gourmet salads, pastas, rice and traditional Brazilian Feijoada (black bean stew).
Apart from serving sizzling meats, Carne & Caipirinha also offers exquisite Brazilian Caipirinha — Brazil’s national cocktail with zesty and fruity notes, as well as true-blue Brazilian beer, wines and soft drinks such as Guaraná Antarctica. This guaraná–flavoured soft drink is produced in only three countries, and is now available in Singapore at Carne & Caipirinha.
At Carne & Caipirinha, passadors (meat servers) are dressed in traditional gaucho (cowboy) outfits. The colourful attire coupled with the amazing cuisine and beverages, promises you a dining experience that is uniquely Brazil.
Club 39 is a members-only private club housing four floors of versatile spaces and facilities: Tapas Restaurant & Cocktail Bar [also open to public], Club Restaurant & Champagne Bar, screening and lounge areas, a meeting room and hi-tech gym. Inconic designer interiors coupled with carefully sourced contemporary art collections contribute to celebrate the creativity and style of Club 39, bringing together profiles of like-minded dynamic individuals.
Socialise with your favourite cocktail mixed by our bar-star Mark Graham Thomas, or enjoy our Mediterranean-inspired cuisine carefully prepared by our prodigious chef Rodrigo Guerrero. Club 39 aims to become a home away from home for its members, the ideal place to stop in for breakfast, lunch, aperitif, dinner and after dinner, pleasing those who are looking for an all-day round upper ‘house’ dining and entertaining experience.
Club 39 is also the perfect place to host business meetings and special events as well as entertaining and building close relationships with friends and clients. Members can also expect to enjoy a specially curated calendar of regular cultural and entertaining events each month.
They simply provide you a space to relax, create and connect.
The iconic Capitol Building and Stamford House have been restored to house The Patina, Capitol Singapore. Intricate interior details and generous ceiling heights complement modern technology and highly personalized service. Traditional yet contemporary, the property promises to deliver an unparalleled bespoke experience for guests.
Distinguishing itself through its focus on bespoke services, the new hotel is also an integral component of Capitol Singapore, the city’s first integrated luxury lifestyle development, which encompasses an exclusive 39-unit residential tower, a premium retail mall offering exciting new-to-market brands, and world class cinematic theatrical entertainment at the newly reinvigorated Capitol Theatre.
Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate Richard Meier is credited with rejuvenating the two iconic buildings to function as a bridge between past and present. His sensitivity to their venerable status, rooted in his respect for heritage, is combined with his flair for introducing contemporary perspectives. The result is an innovative masterpiece of beautifully conserved architecture integrated with refreshing modern touches.
Thoughtful, intricate details that deliver a refreshed present while celebrating the past are reflected through luxurious interiors conceptualised by Jaya International Design.
Impeccably designed, all rooms and suites are luxurious oases where guests enjoy complimentary features such as WiFi, two iPads per room, unlimited outgoing international calls, mini bar refreshments including still and sparkling water, soft drinks and juices, Aesop bath amenities, Nespresso coffee and a TWG tea collection, as well as being transported to the location of choice with the hotel’s courtesy car service.
The 157 rooms and suites of the hotel are shared across the Capitol and Stamford Wings, in Capitol Building and Stamford House respectively. The neoclassical-style Capitol Wing comprises 101 rooms and 5 suites, while the elegantly Victorian Stamford Wing comprises 49 rooms and 18 suites including the Bidwell Suite and Patina Suite.
Marina One, an award winning integrated development, within the prestigious Marina Bay financial district, is set to usher in a new concept of living, working and entertaining at the heart of Singapore’s vibrant new CBD. Set amidst an abundance of greenery, Marina One comes alive through the design of world-renowned architect Christoph Ingenhoven, a leader in sustainable Supergreen architecture and integrated development concepts. Marina One is built on four land parcels in Marina South.
Marina One will comprise of 2 blocks of 30-storey prime Grade-A office spaces, 2 blocks of 34-storey luxury residences called Marina One Residences, and The Heart, a 3-storey retail podium that covers over 140,000 square feet within Marina One offering a plethora of shopping, lifestyle and signature culinary outlets surrounded by lush greenery of over 65,000 square feet and its adjacent parks – Marina Station Square and Central Linear Park. In addition, Marina One will offer its residents and office-goers, excellent views of the city skyline, sea and Gardens by the Bay!
Marina One Residents can rejuvenate in the wide-array of recreational facilities such as a 50m lap pool, Jacuzzis, saunas, wellness sanctuary, putting green and a 200 square metre gymnasium. Residents can also entertain their guests in the Resident’s clubhouse with concierge counter, Private Dining rooms, private lounge, Teppanyaki and BBQ terraces. Marina One Residents will also enjoy seamless connectivity to 4 out of 6 MRT lines via underground pedestrian links to Marina Bay, Downtown and future Shenton Way MRT Stations. Marina One will also be connected to Raffles Place via a future underground link!
DFS Group, the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, has opened a spectacular new wines and spirits flagship duplex store – the first of its kind in the world – at Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 3 .
At 11,400 square feet across two floors, the store is DFS Group’s largest single retail space for wines, spirits and tobacco. The opening of the store marks a milestone in DFS’ leadership and innovation in retail, and the realization of a new vision for retail at Changi Airport.
Designed by Masamichi Katayama, the award-winning interior designer and founder of design firm Wonderwall, the store showcases the luxury retailer’s full assortment of wines, spirits and tobacco in a visually dramatic store environment and façade inspired by flowing water and undulating shapes. Within the store, warm and modern design elements accentuated by a double-height atrium measuring over eight meters high provides an inviting shopping and tasting environment for travellers.
Amongst the store’s most innovative features are expanded common areas designed especially for lifestyle and cultural experiences. This includes a Raffles Long Bar – in collaboration with one of Singapore’s most historical landmarks, the Raffles Hotel - the ground-floor atrium tasting bars and a private lounge. The Long Bar will serve its famed cocktail invention, the original Singapore Sling. These common areas also provide space for guided tastings and a monthly program of exciting and interactive activities, featuring master classes for cocktail mixology, bartending and hosting at home.
In the new duplex store, DFS also introduces Changi’s first branded boutiques for wines and spirits, situated on the second floor. Nine brands – Absolut, Dom Pérignon, Glenfiddich, Hendrick’s, Hennessy, Johnnie Walker, The Macallan, Martell, and Penfolds – will showcase their heritage and their finest products within individually-designed boutiques, from the travel trunk-inspired Johnnie Walker House to the Glenfiddich boutique’s cellar and cask design. The store will also host visits from master distillers, blenders and brand ambassadors throughout the year, and unveil worldwide product launches for these nine brands.
Housed in a row of 17 two-storey conserved shophouses, the premise is furnished with well-appointed rooms and suites, complemented by thoughtful touches and impeccable service. The hotel is equipped with a total of 88 rooms and suites with six different categories on offer, all of which feature interiors of rich wood and intricately handpicked finishings and plush beds.
Nestled in the vibrant Bugis enclave, known for its colourful past and equally colourful present, you will find much charm in this heritage building. As a serene urban sanctuary, it exudes a sense of relaxed elegance and is an ideal retreat to unwind, recharge and explore in one of the city’s most sought-after and culturally-rich areas.
The hotel’s shophouse exterior draws inspiration from the rich heritage of South East Asia, providing the perfect foil for the hotel’s historic design. The interior consists of matching tones and blends rich, dark brown colour palettes together with warm lighting, contributing to the rustic feel of the hotel. The design is a subtle mix of the serious, fun and quirky. The overall feel is then completed with the contemporary design accentuated with tasteful and historic touches.
The lobby is furnished with textured wooden tables and ottomans, with, nature-inspired design featured in different areas and corners. Be enthralled as you enter the hotel and be greeted with quirky animal-shaped chairs (think Rooster and duck), framed-up seashells and photos of birds - pointing, it almost seems, to the building’s past life as a seafront property.
Steeped in the mantra of "Simplicity in Luxury" are Hotel Clover 33 Jalan Sultan’s unique Loft Suites (17 units). The 30 – 38 sqm loft suite boasts a private living area on the ground level and an indulgent bedroom with a pair of Siamese daybeds on the mezzanine level. These cleverly-designed loft suites are ideal for not just leisure but also corporate travellers, providing comfortable abodes with leisure-enabling convenience.
For the ultimate indulgence, prepare to be enchanted by the uniqueness and authenticity of Hotel Clover 33 Jalan Sultan’s Garden Suites (3 units). Each unit has a different South East Asian touch with different décor and ornaments to complement the overall feel. Of the three suites, each featuring an elegantly-appointed bedroom and a private garden, there are two Garden King Suites – one is Indonesian-inspired while the other takes on a Peranakan feel. The third Garden Suite, a Garden Lavish Suite, channels a beautiful Thai quality and boasts a built-in hydro bath.
As an urban sanctuary with a rhythm all its own, a great highlight of the hotel is 19 of its uniquely-designed Garden Rooms, featuring an airy patios decked with wood and lush vertical gardens. Enjoy relaxing under the sun at such patios in the comfort of your own rooms. Alternatively, hit the gymnasium for a morning workout or spend an hour or two at their cosy lounge on the ground floor if you are looking for a little space of your own.
Ensconced in warm hues of beige and wooden finishes, the Skyline Room at One Farrer Hotel and Spa, is a breathtaking repose high above the bustle of urban life with stunning vistas of Singapore city skyline. Enjoy a host of privileges, including private access to your own dining, fitness and spa facilities.
Wake up to captivating views of the Lion City in the Skyline Studio's spacious haven. Sit back on the plush sofa in the extensive living area and take in the panoramas from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Immerse yourself in a sumptuous bubble bath in the luxurious marble-walled bathroom, designed to soothe your mind and body, in your very own spa-styled haven inspired by the calming influences of nature.
Exquisitely appointed with modern European-style furnishings, the Skyline Suite, impresses with its beautiful interiors framed by sweeping metropolitan vistas of Singapore. The expansive suite features a separate living and work space, leading into a tranquil bedroom where you can recharge your energies in an oasis of comfort and elegance.
Just as in the case for Gessi Milano, Gessi has long sought for a very special location to open an inspirational place where the Gessi's world beauty, sophistication, wellness, creativity in designing the most intimate spaces of home dwelling could be represented. Charm, uniqueness, splendor, were the qualities Gessi was looking for, in establishing its house in Singapore.
The place is as unique as one of the very few remaining Victorian mansions in the city and even more one of a kind as it sits in the very heart of the city. Perfectly preserved, it dates back to the XIX century and it is a much protected conservation house.
The project involved the restoration of a two-storey Victorian building that sits on land which was once a nutmeg estate owned by Dr. Thomas Oxley, back in the Colonial era.
They called it Casa Gessi, the Gessi home, first because home interiors is what they propose. Indeed the Casa Gessi is the home to the different ideas and concepts Gessi developed for the home, from the minimalistic Rettangolo home concept, to the soothing roundness of the Ovale Home, to the organic enveloping Goccia and iSpa home, the charming Eleganza home, the artsy, verdant and architectural Cono home concept and so on.
AltaEgo is a brand new 3 level concept located in Ann Siang, with each level bringing you a completely different party experience.
The ground floor cocktail bar and restaurant is a great setting for your social or business gathering and comes to life in the evenings with a down-tempo acoustic live band. They strive to blend the very best of entertainment with professional service through a comprehensive drink list and tapas. The design mixes bright colours to enhance the space with rich dark material to create a stimulating setting.
On level 2, embrace the intimate and sophisticated lounge experience. Sultry vocal house music coupled with signature cocktails and VIP table service complement the warm, intimate atmosphere.
On level 3, their boutique theatre is an intimate and comfortable setting which offers daily screenings of films that cannot be seen on the big screen anymore. By day we service a variety of private events and by night they transform into a sexy champagne lounge where you can unwind and corporates can entertain while listening to groovy beats and enjoying the finer things in life.
On level 4, an award winning bar which has enjoyed regular popularity over the years for its relaxing vibe, fabulous service and scenic views, across the heritage Chinatown area juxtaposed against the central business district. Perfect for the after work drink and night cap with friends and clients alike. Beautiful cocktails, beautiful music, beautiful views – the place to be and to be seen!
The hotel is the perfect hotel for affordable comfortable stays in central Singapore. Minutes from Outram MRT station, the hotel is excellently positioned where the charms of history meet the excitement and comforts of modernity.
Enjoy a unique experience of dwelling in a pre-war heritage shophouse – complete with beautiful full-length shuttered windows and quaint private balconies. Four different room types are available to suit your group-size, itinerary and budget.
Bottle Tree Park has re-opened as Orto, one of the largest privately-operated leisure parks in Singapore, covering 51,500 sqm of land in the Northern area of the island.
A treasured green lung bearing an interesting collection of tropical greenery, beds of colorful shrubs and boulders with a beautiful, scenic lake. ORTO introduces an eco-learning journey with a rich array of plants and trees. Embark on a learning escapade into nature and retreat into the fauna and flora experience with a botanical stroll.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, relax and unwind under the glorious sunshine and summer breeze. ORTO is easily accessible and conveniently located and extensive recreational and social-friendly activities in the park such as prawning, fishing and futsal makes it an ideal place for family and social gatherings. ORTO also features outdoor event venues such as The Lakehouse and The Promenade for school activities, family functions, wedding receptions, corporate events, product launches, and seminars.
The rustic yet elegant feel of the park presents a unique dining setting in this modern, urban city. Delight your senses with the serene ambience, delectable menus and gracious service in a medley of restaurants and cafes beside the lake. From scrumptious seafood to fusion cuisines, light bites or seated dining, ORTO has it all.
Yankee Candle has become the #1 most-recognized name in the candle business and America's best selling candle brand.
With over 150 fragrances, the brand offers the largest and most compelling selection of candle and home fragrance scents. In addition to their renowned Housewarmer® line of scented candles, they also provide a wide range of seasonal and specialty scented candles, home fragrance products, car fresheners and candle accessories.
Think local, go global - Taking over the space formerly occupied by Scoop, TAPOW is a bar and street food joint under the care of Singapore's award winning bartender Zac Mirza from Bartistry.
A much cozier vibe with low-lying couches and a lived-in living room look. Expect reinterpreted local flavors like beef rendang burgers, tau pok (tofu stuffed with cucumber and bean sprouts in peanut sauce) and tiffins of ayam penyet, spring rolls and buffalo wings.
Drinks are equally Singlish so don't be surprised to find ingredients like kaffir lime. Each Friday, the crew of Kilowatt Soundsystem also comes to lay down some catchy beats, Ann Siang Hill style.
Founded by Mike Tay and Vincent Chow, Flaneur Gallery is a contemporary art gallery promoting Singapore based artists who create brilliant art inspired by their acute observation of the urban life in this vibrant city.
The gallery presents to art lovers, a wide range of art forms, all speaking earnestly in moving narratives inspired by the artists' personal stories and experiences.
Residing in a beautifully restored conservation shophouse at 129 Jalan Besar, the gallery rides on the precinct's historical past to nurture the art future of Singapore.
A.e.i.o.u. is a newly opened café lifestyle store where nature, food and lifestyle come together.
The café and retail space sits in a shop house at King George’s avenue. Build in the mid 1970, the shop house used to house an antique shop.
A.e.i.o.u. are the vowels of the alphabets we all learn as a child. It is about going back to basics where the theme centers on a lifestyle of green conscious living. It is a space that hopes to inspire you to enjoy life’s simplicity, consume goodly and appreciate nature.
Part café, part restaurant and lifestyle store with touches of nature and herbs, it is a place for inspiration and reflection.
Joo Bar is the latest trendsetting addition to a vibrant F&B scene – a sleek, casual and inviting venue within a three-storey heritage shophouse along Tan Quee Lan Street.
Ingeniously created by Singaporean aficionados of Korean culture and food; Jamie and Kristin Lim, Joo is born from a desire to offer top notch modern Korean bites and creative drinks in a space that exudes a laid-back vibe with a tasteful dose of edginess.
Key highlights are its fantastic house brew makgeolli and quality Korean fare by Head Chef Kim Chang Heon with delights such as slow roasted mangalitsa belly; Joo bossam; Kimchi chicken potpie and Seafood Gochujang risotto!
Other creative drinks include Grape Soju Mojito and Yucha Makgeolli Slush.