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Irish Pubs in Singapore

Irish Pubs in Singapore January 23, 2012 | Nightlife | Read More
The popularity of Irish pubs is a worldwide phenomenon, and Singapore is no exception. The Irish pubs in Singapore offer up what everybody worldwide has come to expect of the traditional Gaelic boozer – lots of dark wood, pints of Guinness, plates of comfort food and live sporting events. Molly Malone’s...

Cool Hotel Bars in Singapore

Cool Hotel Bars in Singapore January 16, 2012 | Hotels, Nightlife | Read More
In many hotels across the world, the hotel bar is somewhere to grab a quick drink while waiting for friends or perhaps down a quick nightcap before heading to bed. They often have the reputation for being soulless and expensive, and would not be at the top of your list for places to head for a fun and...

What’s so special about Changi Airport?

What’s so special about Changi Airport? January 10, 2012 | Travel Tips | Read More
Singapore’s Changi Airport is the seventh busiest international airport in the world, serving more than 100 international airlines flying to some 210 cities worldwide. It is also known to be one of the best airports in the world and is often awarded as such by various international travel magazines. But...

Best Wine Bars in Singapore

Best Wine Bars in Singapore December 29, 2011 | Nightlife | Read More
For Singapore, home of Tiger Beer, wine appreciation is a relatively new, but undoubtedly growing, phenomenon. The last few years have seen upmarket wine shops and cozy wine bars springing up all over the island, much to the delight of local oenophiles. Popular evening hangout Club Street/Ann Siang Hill...

Best Dessert Spots in Singapore

Best Dessert Spots in Singapore December 22, 2011 | Food | Read More
There are times when all of us would rather skip starters and main courses and head straight to the dessert menu. If this sounds like the norm for you, then check out the following dessert hotspots in Singapore, where it’s all about sugar and spice… and all things nice. Chocolate usually comes pretty...

Top 10 Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Singapore

Top 10 Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Singapore December 17, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
There’s nothing wrong with visiting the most popular attractions in a city, but sometimes you just want to escape the crowds and head to those that are off the beaten track a little. If you prefer to enjoy a little peace and tranquillity while you explore Singapore, then check out our top ten off the...

5 Top New Restaurants in Singapore

5 Top New Restaurants in Singapore December 12, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
Sky on 57 The latest restaurant to open in the Marina Bay Sands complex takes pride of place on the roof, providing diners with one of the best views in Singapore as a backdrop. Helmed by Singapore’s very own celebrity chef, Justin Quek, Sky on 57 offers guests a modern take on traditional Asian and...

Best Cheap Eats in Singapore

Best Cheap Eats in Singapore November 28, 2011 | Food | Read More
Singapore is not a cheap city by anyone’s standards. But for a city obsessed with designer brands and celebrity chefs, it is surprisingly easy to find cheap places to eat. For the most authentic culinary experience, all visitors should be sure to enjoy a meal in a local hawker centre at least once....

Best Neighbourhoods for the Foodie in Singapore

Best Neighbourhoods for the Foodie in Singapore November 22, 2011 | Food | Read More
Singapore is a food-obsessed nation so you won’t have to travel far to come across food stalls and restaurants selling all manner of delicious delicacies. However, there are a few standout areas within the city that you shouldn’t miss if you are dedicated to tantalising your tastebuds. Little India...

Best Italian Cuisine in Singapore

Best Italian Cuisine in Singapore November 18, 2011 | Food | Read More
For an Asian city, Singapore has a surprisingly large number of very good Italian restaurants. From pizza, to pasta to fine dining feasts, you’ll find plenty of choice when it comes to Italian cuisine here. Surprisingly Chinatown is a good place to head to for an Italian meal – Club Street is...
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