Singapore at your Doorstep

Explore Singapore’s culture and heritage without stepping on a train or in a taxi? It can be done. Kieran Nash finds how in a different type of staycation. Marina Bay Sands. The Singapore Zoo. A...

White Lodge visit Jamie’s Italian

Eighty-eight children from White Lodge Kindergartens descended upon Jamie’s Italian VivoCity on Friday 16 May to celebrate Food Revolution Day. For those unfamiliar with the campaign, Food Revolution Day is celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s...

Adjusting to Being a Dependent Spouse

The first time you are tagged with the label ‘dependent spouse,’ it can be a bit of a shock. Adjusting to being without an income, colleagues, family and friends in a new country can...

Singapore’s First Reservoir Stand Up Race

If your a keen Stand Up Paddler..get out training because for the First Time Ever in Singapore you will be able to blast out a easy 8km on the smooth waters of Seletar Reservoir....

Top 5 Online Stores

BEST LOCAL VEGETABLES Green Circle Eco Farm Literally from the farm to you, you’ll be supporting the farm directly by purchasing their organically-grown goods. If they aren’t grown at the farm, they’re sourced from an...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Networking in Singapore

Networking is an exchange of information, a cultivation of productive relationships and regular communication. It is turning conversations into connections. Building your network gives you visibility in the community, critical for broadening your horizons and...

Top 8 Apps for surviving Singapore

Here are 8 lesser known, off –the-beaten track apps that you won’t be able to live without! BottlesXO – Offering 60 minute delivery of boutique European wines, this easy to use app ensures you will...

Strong, Fresh and New – Hawker Centres

Singapore’s neighbourhoods have evolved so quickly over time that it’s hard to know where to go. We’re revisiting the top spots to go in Singapore, from old favourites to places brand new.   Standing strong: Lau...

5 Humbling Conservation Points

Sharks More than 70million sharks are killed each year according to the World Wildlife Fund. For many, it’s a slow death by drowning once their fins have been savagely hacked off for the shark fin...
Passport advice from Australian High Commission Singapore

Passport Control

The Australian High Commission Passport team offer advice to keep travellers up-to-date on visa and passport news.