Los Angeles' Barry's Bootcamp will hit Singapore with their fitness classes and more this May. Their flagship studio in Singapore is set to open at the new integrated development in Raffles Place area, 18 Robinson.
Their honest and no-nonsense workout program has attracted a legendary following of loyal enlistees, including many celebrities. It was designed around one simple goal- to create THE BEST WORKOUT IN THE WORLD!
Their class includes interval cardio on treadmills and strength training using free weights and traditional military exercises. Burning fat, tightening up the body and building muscle has never been easier…
Minka is a Japanese restaurant specialising in Kaisendon (seafood rice bowl) for lunch hours and Sushi Omakase for dinner hours. (for dinner).
Located at Oxley Tower and currently in their soft launch phase, Minka's patrons can look forward to trying their succulent sashimi rice bowls or meticulously-prepared sushi offered during different times of the day.
Operated by Salt Media & Entertainment in collaboration with CapitaLand, Salt Media @ Capital Tower is an auditorium by day and movie theatre by night.
Professionally equipped with audio-visual system, Salt Media @ Capital Tower can hold up to 230 people in its comfortable tiered seats. Salt Media @ Capital Tower is the perfect venue for lifestyle events such as movie screenings, performances, meet & greet sessions and more!
The cinema will operate a cashless system. Ticket sales are online only, at www.SaltTheatres.com, with no sales at the door.
Ernst & Young's EY wavespace™ in Singapore will help companies innovate and transform their businesses for growth opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region.
Located at 77 Robinsons Road, the Singapore center is one of 18 flagship EY wavespace centers worldwide and it seamlessly connects with other flagships to enable global collaboration across the wavespace centers.
EY wavespace in Singapore focuses on the disruptive technologies of intelligent automation, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain and robotic process automation, among other digital capabilities. The center seeks to combine EY insights in disruptive technologies with deep industry domain knowledge and market experience. Read more about this new innovation centre here.
Right in the middle of Singapore’s business district, 360 Lounge is a modern oasis tucked away on the 20th floor of Oxley Tower. 360 Lounge features an elegant yet striking monochromatic layout combining retro and futuristic themes, complete with plush seats, booming beats & gorgeous visuals. Enter a bold new world when stepping into 360 Lounge.
One of the radical entertainment design in this cosmopolitan city with specially customised optical sculptures, wall graphic murals & kinetic hanging lights system will definitely makes you feel lively after a long day at work.
360 Lounge is steadily becoming an entertainment hotspot within the heart of the city; featuring the most renowned DJs in the region as well as new upcoming talents. Every week promises cool vibes and fresh new sounds, giving you a different experience whenever you step into 360. They’re constantly switching it up to keep patrons intrigued!
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.
Perched atop the exquisitely restored and iconic heritage building, 1927 in Sofitel So Singapore offers patrons a luxurious urban oasis set in the heart of the CBD with its glitzy cocktails and ritzy décor.
Discerning epicureans can look forward to embarking on a gastronomical journey with the bar’s innovative selection of artisanal equatorial cocktails, delicately paired with tantalizing sharing platters of modern tapas and bar bites. A charismatic rooftop lounge with dashes of tropical chic elements surrounding the lush infinity-edged pool, 1927 creates an exclusive dining experience that is inviting by day, intimate by night.
18 Robinson will be a single commercial development designed by the internationally-acclaimed Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and Architects61. The proposed redevelopment site shall have an approximate area of 20,000 sqm of commercial space.
The new building will feature high-ceiling, Grade-A office space, a retail podium with shaped urban plaza at the entrance of the building, food and beverage spaces looking into the atrium and roof gardens, retail outlets which will be highly visible from Robinson Road and Market Street, and urban windows revealing interior functions to the street.
The new building, when completed in 2018, will offer a towering presence three times the height of its predecessor and is expected to contribute positively to the skyline of the Central Business District in Singapore. The new building shall have energy and water saving features aimed at achieving Green GoldPlus standards, thus reflecting Tuan Sing’s green and sustainability efforts. The Group expects a recurring income stream from the rental proceeds once the new building is completed.
MYO Restobar at Oxley Tower serves classic home-style Cantonese dishes and dim sum. Also not forgetting Kia Hiang's famous claypot chicken, as this 120-seater restaurant is a new culinary venture by Kia Hiang Restaurant.
They aim to delight generations with delicious and innovative dim sum and Chinese wok dishes in a comfortable setting. They promise a mouth-watering experience through they uncompromising value and quality of their dishes, driven by their passionate and dedicated team.
On the menu; the signature Kia Hiang Claypot Spring Chicken, Tangy Orange Braised Pork Ribs with mantou, Angus Ribeye Cubes with garlic and broccoli, Steamed Siu Mai with conpoy & black truffle, Gold Foil Dumplings w/assorted mushrooms and many more.
Hafudog's first shop opens its doors in the hustling and bustling streets of Robinson Road serving up artisanal hot dogs, the fusion way.
Some passionate people and chefs got together to innovate a simple, consistent, fast and delicious classic staple. And Hafudog was born.
"Hafu" refers to a person or object of mixed origin. At Hafudog, they mixed their influences across North America to their roots here in Asia. Taking culinary and hospitality combinations that work, they’ve refreshed the classic staple, the all-American hot dog.
Their philosophy is backed by strong culinary skills: hot dogs are simply a sausage in a bun, but they don’t take this lightly. At Hafudog, these main ingredients are made fresh by local artisans and they ensure that it meets a standard of excellence. This means quality ingredients with no preservatives, no shortcuts and 100% pure enjoyment.
Ritual has branched out to the CBD area and their 3rd outlet is now at Robinson Road.
They have taken away all the excuses for not going to the gym. All you need to do is find half an hour in your busy day and show up at one of their premises.
Ritual offers High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) which combines strength training with cardio, allowing you to train the entire body in a mere 20-minute session. 20 minutes of HIIT has been repeatedly shown to be far more effective than an hour of consistent effort on a bike or a treadmill. If you can just ask a little bit more from your body than it can handle, you can raise your metabolic rate for up to 48 hours after your training session.
They've got 4 levels of progression, so whether you're a high level athlete or stepping into a gym for the first time, they've got you covered. There's no 'one size fits all' when it comes to fitness, so their coaches are trained to adjust the daily programs according to your specific needs.
At Ritual, they focus on form over reps, because not only will you get more out of doing 5 perfect reps than 15 poorly-executed ones, you' re far less likely to injure yourself in the process. With just 10 paxs per group session, you'll always get high-quality coaching with lots of personal attention, within a fun, supportive environment.
Launched in March 2017, The Working Capitol on Robinson is the second location in Singapore by The Working Capitol. It offers premier coworking solutions and a whole lot more to fit your lifestyle in the heart of Singapore’s CBD. The brand new space includes a restaurant, café, gym, outdoor pool, sky garden, member’s lounge, event space, and dedicated co-working areas.
Recently named one of the top coworking spaces in Asia by Forbes, The Working Capitol’s community and professional services enable its members to grow and scale their businesses. Companies come to The Working Capitol to attract and retain top talent, as well as build corporate cultures that will sustain them in the long run.
The Working Capitol on Robinson occupies approximately 55,000 square feet across 11 floors, and provides options for businesses ranging from 1-200 people with hotdesks, private offices, and duplex penthouses.
Mellower Coffee is a coffee house from Shanghai specialized in specialty coffee from various places around the world. Its two-storey global flagship store in Singapore is now at Bugis.
They carry coffee beans from many regions of the world and they strive to give their customers the best coffee experience, be it in taste or presentation. You can chat up their friendly baristas to see what type of single origin coffee is being offered for the week.
Their house blend coffee is specially flown in from Shanghai and hand crafted by their baristas to give you a new perspective on coffee
PowerLounge Robinson is South East Asia's first fitness studio to use wireless EMS technology from Germany in their personal training programmes.
EMS or Electo Muscular Stimulation is a total body workout with body current. In this context, it might be helpful to know that our muscles contract through electric impulses (bioelectronics) in normal state. The EMS training makes use of this effect.
Elite athletes use EMS in addition to their training in order to improve their strength and speed. It can also be used for body shaping through muscle formation and catabolism of fat, stimulation of metabolism and tightening of connective tissue.
EMS full-body workout activates over 90% of the muscles fibers at the same time during each contraction! As oppose to conventional weight training, deeper muscles are demanded, as well. That enhances intra- and intercellular coordination. Therefore, the training produces an effect much more rapidly and effectively than conventional weight training. The training effect with EMS training can be up 18 times better than with conventional weight training. Best of all, it only takes 20 minutes per session.
From a cool-looking Raleigh bicycle to an exquisite Wedgewood tea service set, some vintage artifacts will set you back to the early days of Singapore’s shopping culture at Robinsons The Heeren’s newly opened Heritage Shop, located at the department store’s fifth level.
These objects are part of an exhibition featuring some of the merchandise sold at Robinsons for the past 50 years, which were contributed by loyal customers between June and July. The Raleigh bicycle, for instance, was synonymous to Robinsons, where people would buy them.
The Heritage Shop will be selling other items, such as porcelain and accessories inspired by Robinsons’ first flagship store at Raffles Place, which is significant because it was the first building that Robinsons owned.
Among the items are the Collection De La Maison fine china bone collection, as well as umbrellas, tote bags and more, all of which bear the image of the iconic building. More merchandise will be introduced in the coming months.