The Supermarket Hierarchy

Food shopping in Singapore can be a challenge, so no wonder the locals favour eating out at the hawker markets.  In general, the supermarkets that look and feel more like a Western supermarket will cost...

Member Benefits: How much can you save?

I just worked out that I saved $310 using my ANZA Membership in the last year: $168 savings on entry to Go-Go Bambini for playgroup, $84 on a case of Chandon, $40 at The...

Fine Art Prints as a Keepsake Gift for Friends Leaving Singapore

                    ‘Shophouses’ by Clare Haxby When expat friends, colleagues or neighbours return home after their time in Singapore, finding the right gift can be a challenge....

Lotus Culture: Shop for a Cause

Lotus Culture is holding a Grand Sale in celebration of their Third Anniversary. All items are at a discount of up to 50{d2c05350095ed942d62ca1635aad234a702e9575e5f9632e6c89e76dec25dfbf}. These are high quality products sewn by survivors of human trafficking...

A Ball Gown on any Budget

The countdown is seriously on to Anza’s 50th Anniversary Black and White Ball. For all those ladies looking for a relatively last minute ball gown purchase here are some options for a broad range...

20 things about Singapore that at first appear unusual but become normal:

1. Petrol station attendants who fill your car up with petrol. 2. Ambulances stop at red lights with their lights flashing and siren wailing. 3. The floor numbering system starts at “1″. There is no ground floor. 4. Using blinkers/indicators appears...

Netball – From Strength to Strength

  In the past seven years, the amount of girls playing has increased from 60 to 350 (see Note below). All that growth is fantastic for the league, but is a big jump in the...

Hot To Trot

Don’t have a mare? There are plenty of equestrian options for horse lovers in Singapore. Aussies and Kiwis are renowned for their horse-riding prowess. So the good news for equestrians moving to small, tropical Singapore...

Singapore Sports Hub

Singapore’s ever-expanding skyline has another landmark – and this so big it can easily fit the Sydney Opera House under its roof. It’s the new Singapore Sports Hub, a 1.33 billion-dollar development which will transform...

Back on the Bike

Jimmy Guardino share his first six months of cycling with ANZA. My leap from the United States to Singapore in August 2012 was anything but ordinary. A week prior to my big departure at...