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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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My Favourite Five: LUNCH BOWLS

  Marissa Trew brings us a round up of her favourite five lunch bowls from around the Lion City.   Grain Traders Grain Traders needs no int...
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From Dusk to Dawn – Singapore’s Bar Scene

  It comes as no surprise that Singapore is known as a foodie destination, but thanks to those who have pledged allegiance to the trade (with rev...
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8 Valentine’s Day “Tables for two”

  Valentine’s Day may be just around the corner but romance should live every night of the week. Whether it’s the 4th, 14th or 24th, we’re ...
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The Whole Hog – Dehesa

  The craze in Singapore for a bar counter overlooking open kitchen continues at pace with the opening of Dehesa, the latest shop-house restauran...
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Words With Gino Tan – GM at Pan Pacific Singapore

  Singaporean hotelier Gino Tan is currently the General Manager of Pan Pacific Singapore. After a career that’s taken him across the globe, we...
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Ode to A Culinary Inspiration – Odette

  Fine dining has taken a backseat as of late, particularly with the rise of bistronomy (casual ‘fine dining’) establishments throughout the ...
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My Singapore Weekend: Jamie Aditya & Family

  Since working as a presentor on MTV in the 1990s, singer, actor and presenter Jamie Aditya has worked with Anthony Bourdain, hosted on Discover...
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Valentine’s In The Little Red Dot

[:en]  Whether recently stung by cupid’s arrow, celebrating your history with someone special, or simply revelling in your singlehood, here is ...