The lounge reflects the heart of Singapore, a vibrant and exciting space that celebrates the local scene. You can enjoy the best of the service currently offered by Sofitel in their flagship First lounges in Sydney and Melbourne and an enhanced dining experience featuring Neil Perry's Spice Temple inspired dishes and signature cocktails.
Spice Temple brings a new level of Asian dining. Their culinary focus is regional China with a distinct avoidance of standard Cantonese fare. There is chilli for the chilli lovers, or subtle flavours for those desiring a more mild experience.
The 2,001 sq m lounge seats up to 460 guests, has 20 showers, free Wi-Fi, several 80-inch television screens and tech pods to enable you to work within the lounge zones.
Platinum One members may request for premium services such as shirt pressing, shoe shining and priority access to showers.
Lee's Taiwanese is inspired by the famous and very busy Keelung Temple Street night market.
With a variety of popular Taiwanese street fare such as Braised Minced Meat Rice, Spicy Beef Noodles and even cold desserts like Red Bean Ice and Yam Ice.
The authenticity of Lee’s recipes traces right back to their ingredients; home-made gravies and broth; hand-made dumplings and prawn cakes, as well as their sauces which are imported from Taiwan to ensure that the Taiwanese flavor is uncompromised.
Experience authentic Taiwanese flavor that is bound to delight your taste buds.
Nu Artists Gallery aims to be a platform for emerging artists, a place for likeminded souls to buy affordable pieces and a chill out place for all who want to enjoy and create art.
Their current focus is on contemporary Burmese artists. Though Burmese art tends to be synonymous with religious subjects such as temples, monks and Buddha paintings in the minds of many; modern Burmese art is in fact far from homogenous. They have personally sourced the pieces, some from the private collections of their artists, to showcase a side of Burmese art seldom seen.
Do drop by soon to have a look at their collection.
World of Destiny aspires to provide innovative solutions for your vibrant lifestyle.
Presenting their liuli series – everlasting oriental elegance and timeless beauty – embodied in your home styling and fashion accessories.
They empower you with the natural energy of liuli and the science of geomancy– a marriage between cultural wisdom and cutting-edge technology. With dedication and expertise, they aim to assist you in your quest for self-awareness, good fortune and health – for you and your loved ones.
Creating great impact to the Fengshui community and having countless followers, Master Phang is one of the greatest talents of Fengshui history. Master Phang believes in breaking the limits of traditional thinking and analyzes Fengshui with a scientific approach, resulting in ground breaking research that captures the world’s attention.
Yuan Zhong Siu was established in Singapore in 1989. Master Phang is the 31st generation disciple of Shaolin Temple and is given the name Shi De Song. He is well accomplished with the rare knowledge of Emperor Star Astrology, Science of Name, Geomancy, History Study, Psychology, Creative Learning, Study of Operational research and branding. Master Phang’s innovative and modern approach has helped clients, who are named in China’s top 400 richest men list, in establishing residential Fengshui that brings luck and fortune. Having high popularity among the elites of the business and political circles, Master Phang is highly sought after by VIPs from Japan, Korea, America, Canada, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Master Phang specializes in a unique prediction method that integrates Emperor star Astrology, 8 Character Analysia, as well as the blessings of homes and tombs.
New Trend Lifestyle Group is established in October 2004 based the Fengshui foundation of Yuan Zhong Siu. The company ever growing franchise includes business in food and health sectors, service sector, funeral rites, beauty and cosmetics sectors as well as real estate sectors.
Master Hillary Phang has been conducting meticulous research on geomantic omen for decades. He diligently committed himself into improving the orthodox metaphysics theory since many years ago. At present, he is a recognized expert on residential and commercial Feng Shui, face reading, five elements and metaphysics. Through the years, countless people have benefited from Master Phang’s guidance. More than 10,000 people have consulted Master Phang for his destiny and fortune-telling services since he established Yuan Zhong Siu Fortune-Telling Company in 1992. The company has won great customers’ acclaim and has become one of the most influential companies in Asia.
Furthermore, Master Phang is able to ward off negative energy by extending his magnanimity and through the combination of natural elements, favorable climate and geological conditions and harmonizing the areas that need balance and attention. He is hailed as the greatest engineer of human life in Asia.
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Worshippers of the Kim Eang Tong temple now have a fabulous new $6 million venue to pray to their gods. It shares a space with two other temples in the Ang Mo Kio Joint Temple in Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 which has undergone a full year of renovations as part of an upgrade.
The money was spent on a three-storey building with panels of gilded woodwork and a hand-sculpted stone fence depicting tales of Chinese folklore. The other 2 temples, Hao Ling Gong and Long Shan Yan will open later this year. Each temple has its own space, the three occupy seperate halls beside one another within the complex.
Temple volunteers said the main deity, Kim Eang, was a Buddhist monk while another two 'masters' were a Taoist priest and a fairy. According to ancient folklore, the three were said to have met and become friends over 300 years ago. Hao Ling Gong and Long Shan Yan are Taoist temples whose beginnings also date back decades in the Ang Mo Kio area. The three came together under one roof in the 1070s when, forced to move becuse of a housing development in the area, their leaders bought a tract of land to build a humble one-storey building for devotees.
Altogether the three temples have have approximately 3,000 members. Construction of the new building began in January last year. Meanwhile, devotees of the three temples prayed at a makeshift tent a few blocks away, opposite Kebun Baru Food Centre.
Yueh Hai Ching Temple also known as Wak Hai Cheng Bio in Teochew, is a Chinese temple in Singapore, and is located at Phillip Street in the Downtown Core, within the Central Area, Singapore's central business district.
Yueh Hai Ching Temple is Singapore's oldest Taoist temple. It was constructed between 1850 and 1855, and was rebuilt in 1895. The temple holds a special significance for the Teochew community, whose way of life was closely associated with the sea. It is the only temple in Singapore to have stunningly detailed three-dimensional moulded ornaments on its roofs. Chinese Emperor Guang Xu presented a plaque to the temple in 1907.
Restoration works, slated to begin after Chinese New Year in February
2011, will be carried out on the Yueh Hai Ching Temple's entire
structure. Ngee Ann Kongsi, which owns the temple, will be committing $5
million to its restoration. During the renovation, the parying area
will be moved to the courtyard compound. The statues lining the roof
will be places in the gallery. The building's interior rosewood beams
have lost their joints and will be re-fitted together with bolts and