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Monday, August 2, 2021

Puttin’ On The Ritz

Over 600 classy individuals – and a shoe-shine uncle – turned up to Ritz-Carlton Millenia on Saturday 7 May for the 52nd annual ANZA ball. The theme seemed a perfect fit for the Ritz-Carlton, with...

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...

Hotspot: Apres at Petite Chalet

Junior’s alpine themed bar in Tanjong Pagar delivers Christmas cheer in a glass! Escape the tropical climate and knock back a festive cocktail or two.

Top 5 work-friendly cafes

   The Refinery Its slogan ‘Eat, Drink, Create.’ should be enough of a nudge to get some serious work done in this visually inspiring space. 115 King George’s Ave Tel 6293 1204 therefinery.sg Drury Lane A great selection of teas, coffee,...

5 Sports Bars

Nothing beats catching sports live at the stadium – the roar of the crowd and incessant sledging making the day or evening an event to remember. But having to queue for ages for the...

Top 5 Quirky Bars

Actors The Jam Bar Karaoke knocked up a notch, there are guitars and drums for you to play on the stage if you’re brave enough. The band will try their best to make you sound...

Hotspots: Clove & Jun

Raelene Tan visits Jun, a vibrant new Chinese restaurant in Chinatown, and checks out Clove’s buffet offerings at Swissotel The Stamford.

Top 5 Art Cafes

   museo Quayside Isle #01-22 , 31 Ocean WayTel: 6734 8066mu-se-o.com (checked on 8 June 2018 and no longer answers) With unlimited paint, the restaurant on the isle gives free reign on artists who visit. Take a...

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...

Chinese New Year Guide

Chinese New Year celebrations are in full swing this weekend (25-26 Jan). View colourful lanterns, watch Lion Dances, eat Yu Shen, shop at vibrant markets and celebrate the incoming Year of the Rat.