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On Stage

Singapore has long been a popular location for live music and the past few months have seen some of world’s biggest bands performing here, including...
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Colours of Chingay

If one single event could capture the essence of Singapore’s unique multicultural identity, it would be The Chingay Parade (from February 10 – 11t...
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City Highlights

Every year Singapore celebrates in a way no one else does from sport to arts, from culture to shopping, there’s always something grand and attra...
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Plot

In the last three decades, Singapore has increased in total land area by over a hundred square kilometres through reclamation. Yet, this 719.1 km2-lar...
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Here Today Gone Tomorrow

They used to be a regular fixture in residential neighbourhoods during the old days of Singapore. Traditional tradesmen and peddlers, however, are bec...
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On the Road: Balestier

An unexplored area to many, Balestier Road is a road steeped in rich history. It was named after Joseph Balestier, who was appointed the first America...
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Photo Essay

In July last year, Singapore’s iconic Botanic Gardens were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bonn, the first and only tropical Botanic ga...
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Sands Of Time by Robert Zhao

  In the 1960s, Singapore gorged the soil from its tiny hills and ridges and used it to reclaim land. The island is virtually flat today, forcing...
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PHOTO ESSAY – Singapore Jubilee Highlights

2015 was a huge year for Singapore, with the country celebrating 50 years since independence with 12 months of special events, promotions and parties....