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Sunday, October 17, 2021

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...

The ANZA Guide to Singapore – Hotspots

Singapore has a wide variety of dining options and a venue decision can be a challenge. Does your palate fancy Italian, Spanish or French cuisine, or a locally roasted coffee? Maybe you need to finish...

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...

Water Theme Parks and Swimming Complexes

For anybody looking to cool down with a splash in Singapore’s warm climate we feature two prominent water theme parks, both of which are suitable for young families as kids can tag along with...

From the Archive: The Ex-Pat Wives Prayer (1979)

December 1979 – Oh Heavenly Father, look down on us your humble ex-pat wives who have flown from our countries of origin to live as dependents in an alien society. We beseech you, O...

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...

Check Out Keong Saik Rd

This Chinatown neighbourhood used to be a prominent red-light district, but in the past few years, handfuls of fantastic bars, restaurants and cafes have sprouted up all over the neighbourhood – from spectacular cocktails...

Ann Siang Hill

With a rich ambience of the old estate, Ann Siang Hill is a delightful enclave of conservation shop-houses filled with plenty of local bars, restaurants and boutiques. Founder of Travelshopa, Renée Lodens gives her...

Tiong Bahru tried and true

There’s nothing that attracts expats like top-quality cafes and funky bars, and Tiong Bahru is teeming with them. Neighbourhood resident Innika Choo gives her favourite picks, as well as some hidden local gems. 1 Plain...

Sunday Brunch at Mezza9

Unlimited fresh oysters accompanied by unlimited champagne. If this sounds like indulgence or even decadence, then it sounds like brunch in Singapore. Every Sunday across the Island, hotels and restaurants offer an afternoon of endless...