Park90 is a wine lounge at Regent Hotel where they invite you to drink, eat, relax, enjoy and share the pleasures of wine with friends. The selections have been specially curated, and sourced, from their network of local partners, negociants and chateaux around the world. Old World vs New World, different grape varieties and wine making styles: they leverage upon their extensive reach to source wines for everyone’s pleasure in Park90. One thing above all, Park90 allows everyone to indulge in their passion for wine, from early wine explorers to wine experts.
They are fortunate to have access to wines which are on limited release (and typically allocated). As such, Park90 has created a membership program to procure these members-only wines. This unique loyalty program is specially designed to appeal to members who want to enjoy rare and sought-after bottles which often are unavailable in the market.
Wine brings people together. It promotes fellowship, it sparks conversation and it’s also fascinating as a subject matter to study and discuss. No matter how much you learn, or know, every vintage will have different factors that will bring you new perspectives. If one of the purposes in life is to live it, enjoy it, and seize the moments that you find particularly pleasing, what greater pleasure to drink such wines among the company of friends.
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.
The much-anticipated 1880 has announced its official opening for end-September 2017. The born-in-Singapore members’ club hopes to inspire conversations that impact society in a positive way. It does this by creating a diverse community of members who represent the collective brains of creativity, drive and passion.
Its home will occupy the third floor of the city’s latest waterfront lifestyle destination, Quayside@Robertson Quay, situated in the eponymous enclave along the Singapore River.
1880 is named for the era that Robertson Quay was built. It is the antidote to the traditional members’ club, shunning homogeneity, while championing diversity, ingenuity and global citizenry. The four pillars of the club are membership, design, events and hospitality.
Further setting it apart is its unique formula of combining a social club and co-working space. The latter is named Bardo, the Tibetan word for “an intermediate state”, implying a clean slate and clarity of mind free of external influence. The intent is to blur the line between work and life – perhaps even redefine the somewhat antiquated notion of work- life balance – by seamlessly integrating both concepts within 1880.
In particular, 1880 is designed to be the golf course for women, embracing their lifestyles. It is intended that the club eventually be replicated in major cities across Asia. In doing so, it will offer women who travel extensively for work and play an inspiring space to drop in to. While there, they might have the opportunity to meet like-minded people through an event, or even catch a film about social justice.
1880's design is conceptualised by Timothy Oulton Studio and includes an outdoor dining deck, members’ lounge, dining room, spa, grooming facilities, café, bar, cinema and library.
On one hand, members can go to the club and find a space to decompress and have fun. On the other hand, they can use it to expand their social and business network.
Based on the well-loved TV series F.R.I.E.N.D.S, Central Perk Cafe will have their soft launch this weekend and would make a nice new place to hang-out near Clarke Quay.
Other than the main set of the café, they will also be introducing an extension of a STUDIO SET area, outdoor alfresco Streets of New York (recreated indoors), and also a F.R.I.E.N.D.S corner, featuring character themed wall and iconic themed furnitures Patsy the dog, Pacman machine, Monica Kitchen, Joey Italian Fine craftsmanship cabinet and F.R.I.E.N.D.S themed merchandise with floor space totalling more than 3300sq feet.
Ritual the award winning boutique gym that took Singapore by storm with its pioneering 30 minute HIIT concept, has opened its much anticipated second outlet.
The new facility is located in the stunning PariSilk building at 17B Lorong Liput in the heart of Holland Village and will offer the opportunity for 10 people at a time to train every half hour from early in the morning to late at night. The beautiful 2,400 sq. ft. gym will also feature spagrade shower facilities and a full service Fuel Bar which is open to both clients and nonmembers who wish to try out the tasty, healthy smoothies that have proven so popular.
Ritual is a â€‹High Intensity Interval Training gym founded by Brad Robinson and Ian Tan. Revolving around a 20 minute functional training workout, Ritual provides the perfect exercise option for those on the go. Taking away the usual problems and excuses for workouts during a busy day, Ritual provides its members with full workout attire, spa grade changing facilities and showers as well as a meal replacement smoothie, getting its members in and out in half an hour.
The Hub Singapore, Singapore’s largest startup community, have unveiled its new collaborative work space in the heart of Singapore’s emerging design and creative neighbourhood at 128 Prinsep Street. A pioneer in Singapore’s co-working scene, The Hub is expanding its space, business initiatives and programmes to support the growing number of startups and entrepreneurs in Singapore.
Founded in 2012, The Hub has built the country’s largest startup community with over 500 entrepreneurs, creatives and techies in their network. Over the years, The Hub has established a strong presence in Singapore’s entrepreneur scene and has positioned itself well at the heart of the startup ecosystem. Facilitating collaborations between corporations, startups, government entities, investors and the wider community, The Hub has developed a series of programs and initiatives to strengthen and grow the local startup scene.
In addition to programs designed for startups, The Hub is also introducing tailored innovation and impact lab programs for corporations looking to innovate through collaborations. Companies currently involved in the program include J.P. Morgan, DBS Bank and Procter & Gamble.
Designed by premier design agency greymatters, the new space reflects the vibrancy and character of its community. Edgy, colourful yet homely, The Hub boosts up to 160 co-working and permanent desks, eight team rooms, six hi-spec meeting rooms, three sound-proof Skype booths, and flexible event spaces that can hold up to 200 people. An in-house café, a communal pantry, hot showers and nap room for resting are some of the other features at The Hub. Hubbers in the new space include popular news site Mashable, online payment solutions provider Braintree_Paypal, Silicon Valley’s Unicorn Twilio, and upcoming local startups Gone Adventurin’ and Our Better World.
More than just a stylish co-working space, The Hub also has an internal online portal to connect all members and help the community grow beyond the boundaries of its physical space. The Hub is the first co-working space community in Singapore to establish the option of a pure online membership which gives businesses who do not require a physical work space the flexibility to collaborate and work with other members remotely.