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Sunday, October 17, 2021

Escape your everyday with a fishing adventure

  Imagine fishing in remote Northern Territory or Cape York for Australia’s iconic Barramundi, surface fishing for Giant Trevally in the Coral Sea or luring Black Bass in Papua New Guinea. If saltwater trips aren’t for...

High Tea – Top 5

The Rose Veranda, Shangri-La Hotel, 22 Orange Grove Rd, Tel 6213 4486 The influences of British colonialism can still be felt throughout Singapore – whether it’s architecture, street names or through English as the...

Restaurant Review – Kilo at PACT

Kilo at PACT, 181 Orchard Rd, Orchard Central, Tel 6884 7560, www.visitpact.com Set on the second level of Orchard Central is a new one-of-a-kind, welcome addition named PACT. PACT has arrived as a hip collaboration...

Top 5 new cafés to try

Hoopla Cool sketches and murals adorn the walls in this cosy kid-friendly café. Locally roasted small batch coffees and sweet breakfast delights like fresh buttermilk waffles are great treats after a morning trek to the...

Beer Fear

Not sure which ale ails you? Sick of going to the same tasteless lagers? Have no idea about beer at all? Have no fear, because we’ve come up with a little guide on what...

Turning Up the Volume – International Premier Tennis League (IPTL)

Come and experience world class tennis and cheer on the Singapore Slammers in the inaugural International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from 2 – 4 December 2014. The IPTL brings...

Inside the Rotunda

The National Museum of Singapore’s opening the doors of its famed Glass Rotunda after two years of renovation. For two years a section of the National Museum had been out-of-bounds. The iconic Glass Rotunda by...

Fables of the Exotic East at the Raffles Hotel

  Kieran Nash meets the Raffles Hotel’s resident historian Leslie Danker, who has worked there for 41 years. Actor John Wayne was “a nice man. Very tall – and humble. Soft spoken, you know?” So says...

Pete Murray concert an Absolute Winner

The Wave House with its tropical vibe on sandy Sentosa beach was the perfect venue for the sounds of Pete Murray. Openers the Sam Willows, a local indie quartet comprising of siblings Narelle Kheng...

Five local music acts worth checking out

Want to get your music fix in Singapore but don’t know where to start? Check out five of our favourite local music acts – fresh from the September issue of ANZA Magazine.   Pictured: Obedient...