Milk Honey is a training centre for cooking demonstrations and culinary courses catering to both corporate and retail clientele. Milk & Honey also operates an upscale food retail space providing selected high-end food items for sale to complement the courses conducted by the training centre.
Milk & Honey is a place for you to learn culinary skills in their cooking studio. Their curriculum includes cooking demos, culinary classes and special classes focusing on nutrition, wine or cheese appreciation. The classes are specially designed to cater to all levels of proficiency, because they believe that cooking has to be fun and done with love. The culinary courses are aligned to their chefs’ specialisation which includes Baking, Western, Mod-Peranakan and Mod-Asian cuisines.
The cooking school features a fully equipped modern kitchen that integrates performance, functionality, environmental concerns, safety and aesthetic considerations. Such essential qualities allow them to bring you an incredible experience. A specially designated space also allows them to host private dining events, parties and conduct courses. The kitchen studio can also be rented out should you wish to use the premises and do your own thing!
Milk & Honey's retail section features selected high-end food products sourced from both local and overseas suppliers to complement the culinary courses conducted. They specialise in herbs & spices, meats, wines and cheeses.
Skies Miltonia is a new 13 storey development with a stunning Golf Club and Reservoir view.
This new residential condominium development with 420 units, 10 townhouses, 2 shops is located in an expansive site overlooking the Orchid Country Club’s Golf course and the splendid Lower Seletar Reservoir offering glistering water and glades among the enchanting trees.
The modern resort style façade is a beautiful sight with clean lines and contemporary design to create the most seamless synergy between nature and urban living. This is your personal resort which provides relaxation for quiet respite or rejuvenation for a heart-thumping non-stop action at the sporting facilities or simply enjoy a heart-warming get-together with friends and family over a sizzling barbecue dinner.
Many dream of a luxurious life of leisure in the country. A lucky few will now realise this. A New $9.5 million Golfing Wing at Raffles Country Club was recently opened. Work on the new wing started in December 2009 and the structure now houses a lounge area, as well as a revamped men's and women's locker and changing room facility.
Just a 25 minute drive from Singapore's bustling central business district lies one of the last bastions of unspoilt nature in this largely urban nation.
Graceful Chinese Egrets and brilliantly coloured Kingfishers now share their habitat with another paradise. For set among the spectacular scenery of lush green fields, forested hills and picturesque is a sprawling sportman's paradise - Raffles Country Club. Designed to blend in with the natural environment, the carefully landscaped greens and modern clubhouse feature the finest facilities available, manned by trained and experienced staffs.
Situated amidst 146 hectares of luscious land which boasts a breathtaking view of tranquil lake and the rolling green hills beyond, Raffles Country Club has two 18-hole golf courses: the Lake Course and the Palm Course, which present a myriad of challenges that can be enjoyed by golfers of varied skill levels and ability.
In addition, every care is taken to ensure that their scenic golf courses are well-maintained and immaculately-conditioned throughout the year. It's little wonder then that the courses are popular with local players and foreign visitors alike.
Both 18-hole championship golf courses have tifdwarf turf for the green and Bermuda/zoysia for the tees and fairways. RCC is also one of the first all-buggy golf courses in the region. To take the exhaustion out of your game, they have an inexhaustible supply of over 200 golf buggies on hand each day... revved up and ready to serve.
Complementing their excellent golfing facilities is an experienced team of operations staff who are committed to provide friendly and efficient service to their golfers and guests, and whose objective is to ensure that the Club is managed and run in the most professional manner.
Stansfield College was founded in 1993 but they will be opening yet another campus in August this year in Serangoon Central. Their mission today is a simple one - to make learning enjoyable. Many of them at Stansfield College including their Chairman and Deans have degrees from overseas universities and they understand the importance of enjoying the learning experience. They have dedicated themselves towards the purpose of their mission as they believe that you get more out of your education if you truly enjoy the process. They also believe that this attitude extends beyond just the time we spend in school. After all, we are all always learning, no matter how old we are so we strive for a simple goal – enjoy learning, enjoy life!
They also know that we enjoy something the most when we can see its true value to us, which is why they strive to offer their students the opportunity which has resulted in their ability to produce many top students over the years, including First Class Honours graduates in their international partners’ programmes consistently, every year. Over the years, they realised that not all interested students qualified for entry into their partners’ programmes and so their range of courses were expanded to include several foundation programmes as well as Certificate and Diploma programmes that allow a student to grow with them and eventually attain direct entry into selected partner university programmes with exemptions, through the transfer of credits. This made University degree programmes available to all who wanted them.
Most of their courses are taught by their full-time faculty who demonstrate a commitment to their mission and core values. They are augmented by a team of adjunct faculty who are carefully screened, many of whom have been with them as effective lecturers for some time.
They believe that people and organisations succeed only through discipline and this is a value they believe in strongly. They focus on moulding their people and organisation through discipline so as to be ‘role models’ for their students. After all, their students learn better obliquely by observation than ‘rote-learning’.
They recognise that first year full-time students need more guidance; therefore their class size policy is to limit the class to 24 and the tutorials to 8 in the critical first year of their Day College programmes. At the same time, they recognise that adult learners prefer a schedule allowing balance between work and classes. Their Evening College programmes are therefore designed with affordability and outside of class support. Their focus is to provide the best guidance to each and every student who enrols with them.
The National University of Singapore has confirmed that the first liberal arts college in Singapore is going to receive its first batch of 150 students in 2013. The college will be set up jointly by the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Yale University under an agreement to provide a new model of liberal arts education for Asia in the complex and rapidly changing world. It is the first campus of Yale outside the United States.
The new college will benefit from Yale in curriculum designing. What will be distinctive about this college is the fact that it will bring together some of the best elements of liberal arts education that is already present in Yale and take some strengths from NUS and develop a new curriculum that really blends the ideas and contexts of the West with ideas and contexts of Asia.
The college will have some distinctive features, with the size of a typical classroom limited to no more than 18 students. It will also be the first among the schools at the NUS to adopt the full residential model. NUS confirmed there had been a three-month delay in finalizing the agreement with Yale because it took longer-than-expected to iron out many aspects of the agreement. The agreement had been due late last year. The agreement was finally reached despite reservations among some Yale faculty members who are concerned about what they saw as "the lack of academic freedom" in Singapore. But administrators from NUS said such opinions were not shared by the majority.
The college will expand the size of its annual intake to 250 students each year, and the college offering four-year programs will eventually have about 1,000 students from Singapore and other countries. The academic quality is a given. But more than that, these must be interesting individuals who bring diverse interests and backgrounds to the classroom.
TheirÂ Indoor Golf Simulator is user friendly and heaps of fun for both players and spectators!
Greens on Screens allows a Golfer to play at a fraction of the time and cost of playing on a Golf course. There is no time commitment required to hit a few golf balls or even to play 9 holes, making it ideal for practice and group play. Enjoy your lunch break atÂ their virtual driving range and be back at the office without breaking a sweat!
The skills you learn at Greens on Screens Indoor Golfing Centre are absolutely transferable from indoor to outdoor play, so there is no better place to get started. Play 9 or 18 holes on your choice of 20 Championship Golf courses according to USGA standards. Up to four players at a time. Their simulator features astounding realism, and mimics all the conditions of outdoor Golf, while allowing you to completely customize the gaming environment.
Compete in â€˜Longest Driveâ€™ or â€˜Closest to Pinâ€™ Competitions, Shotgun Start Tournaments and many more with all scores automatically updated toÂ their leader board. Practice your swing at the interactive driving range, putting and chipping areas. Post-shot analysis is offered after every shot, detailing the club speed, distance to the cup, shot elevation, suggested club and more, so that each new swing can be better than the last!
Learn new skills with their in-house Pro at Greens on Screens Golf Academy. All ages and skill levels welcome! Entertain your clients and invite your friends to enjoy Happy Hour and to watch live Golf tournaments showing all day. If you want to organize a party, they’d love to be your host!
Sign-up for a Greens on Screens Membership Package for great deals on year round Golf. Choose from Blue Tee Box Personal Membership or Black Tee Box Corporate Membership packages.
Dine at the Greens on Screens Cafe. They offer all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner, sweet and savory snacks! Their famous barista, Stan, makes the best coffee in Singapore Join in their Clubfitting and Ballfitting Workshops. Shop for Golf gear and get great retail deals at their Pro Shop.
Stadium MRT Station was commissioned through the Marina Line Architectural Design Competition jointly organized by the Singapore Land Transport Authority and the Singapore Institute of Architects. The open, anonymous international competition, requiring no track record is acknowledged by the industry as one of the best run competitions held in Singapore to date. The Land Transport Authority continued their commitment to design throughout the design development and construction phases.
Stadium MRT Station is designed to enhance the urban quality of the surrounding areas as well as to provide world class transport facilities. Located at Stadium Boulevard, Stadium MRT Station will serve the surrounding entertainment and leisure facilities as well as the nearby East Coast condominiums by way of the pedestrian bridge across the Kallang River.
The station design has been shaped by the need to accommodate surge crowds from the Singapore Indoor Stadium, Kallang Theatre and the National Stadium. The introduction of the MRT system into the area will change the nature of the precinct from a primarily vehicular area to a pedestrian place. The station forms a strong armature in the area, which future developments can be plugged into and organized around.
To address the large ground-level crowds, the station has been designed with an at-grade, open-air concourse and plaza. The open-air concourse prevents crushing and panic situations that could occur with crowds squeezing into confined, below-ground spaces. The ground-level entrance plaza will also create opportunities for the surrounding developments, currently inward-looking, to create and enhance external, ground-level activities. Shady trees, benches and meeting places will make the MRT plaza a much-used integral part of the use of this recreational and residential area. The station is open-ended, and designed to link to future developments in the area at ground level.
Inspired by landscape forms and the art of Richard Serra, the form of the station is generated both by the flow of crowds down into the station, and inflected by the massive, curved forms of the stadium. The design contrasts a linear element against a curved one. The interior of the station abstracts geological forms, creating a shimmering, glassy grotto below the opaque massive elements above. Pedestrian movement dramatizes perception of the space, as the escalators slide below the curve above, transporting commuters from the concourse at grade to the platform at basement 2.
The station creates a major dramatic space that gives the public a moment of spatial grandeur in their daily commute, as traditional train stations in Europe do. A central skylight creates an attractive, day-lit platform. Openings in the above-ground forms allow views down to the platform from the ground level plaza. The ribbed aluminium cladding system was custom designed by the architects to create an ambiguous material, sometimes soft like fabric, sometimes hard like stone, sometimes metallic, that changes with the quality of light and the time of day. A single extrusion can be orientated 4 ways to create endless variation in the relationship of the panels. The grey, stepped, curved forms preserve a memory of Singapore’s National Stadium, soon to be demolished.
Established for more than 8 years, Aspire Hub Group is presently in the forefront of the industry for delivering tuition enrichment classes, life-transforming learning programmes, courses and workshops to youths and adults at all levels. Their dedicated coaches are trained to provide high quality, focused sessions to help their students gain confidence and self-esteem and reach their potential.
The Aspire Hub group consists of two dynamic organisations, Aspire Hub Education Pte Ltd and Aspire Hub Coaching International Pte Ltd. In general, Aspire Hub Education focuses on the development of subject competencies eventually culminating in the PSLE, GCE “O” Level and GCE “A” Level Examinations respectively whereas Aspire Coaching International specializes in the development of life skills in individuals via enrichment programmes conducted in schools from primary to JC level.
They believe that every student is a champion. They bring out the best in their clientele. This is achieved by their specially customized programmes and coaching methodology to cater to their learning needs and abilities. Their highly qualified coaches also provide a supportive environment to help ‘Aspirers’ strengthen their knowledge and skills. More importantly, they will transform them to become independent scholars.
Singapore President S R Nathan has inaugurated the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial building following the completion of restoration work. Nathan lighted an oil lamp to reopen the building dedicated to the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi. The Hindi Society of Singapore raised S$1 million for the restoration work which was undertaken in 2009.
The building had first opened its doors on April 24, 1953 and has a library with books in Hindi, English, Tamil and Chinese on the life and works of Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hall is the Family Service Centre of the Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA) in Little India. The hall had a statue of Mahatma Gandhi which was there by Malcolm Macdonald, the Commissioner General of the United Kingdom.
It also houses the office of the Hindi Society, and has classrooms as well as a multi-purpose function hall.
Two Unique Towers. One Singular Vision of Cosmopolitan Living. Concourse Skyline is a distinctive urban address arise 40 storeys with overlooking abundance. It is an uncompromised luxury providing bespoke privilege to appreciate and celebrate atop Singapore's surrounding contemporary developments. Concourse Skyline is your residential sanctuary within the city. As you cruise up the driveway to the sheltered porte cochere, the sight and sound of a 5-storey waterwall welcomes you. The lobby draws you in with its clean lines and quality detailing. Aesthetically-pleasing works of art and plush sofas complete the chic ambience.
The Designer. The development is designed by internationally renowned architect Philip Cox. The Cox Group Pty Ltd has received numerous national and international awards over the years - an indicator of their success in the field of architecture.
The Developer. Hong Fok Corporation is a public company listed on the Singapore Exchange. Over the decades, they have developed, managed and invested in an extensive portfolio of high grade properties, including Condominiums, Landed Housing, Serviced Apartments, Hotel, Offices, Retail, Factories and Warehouse developments. Many of these developments are located in the prime districts of Singapore. Investment properties held by the Group in Singapore include International Building and The Concourse.