Singapore’s Last Kampungs

KAROLA CLARK visits Singapore’s last remaining historic villages and learns about the meaning of ‘kampung spirit’.

Phoon Huat – for Bakers, Decorators and Eaters

If you are into baking, cake decorating or eating, Phoot Huat is worth seeking out. For the baker there is a treasure trove of reasonably priced supplies including equipment, packaging, cupcake cases and ingredients....

Building a Bridge – Contemporary Australian art that engages beyond the boundaries of geographical...

Contemporary Australian art that engages beyond the boundaries of geographical borders. As the first Australian gallery to establish its presence in Asia, Sullivan+Strumpf opened an exhibition space in Singapore at the dynamic arts enclave, Gillman...

Freezing Flavour

As an expat in Singapore, there are many reasons to utilise the freezer. Staying organised and prepared food-wise reduces trips to the supermarket, expense, waste and energy. Freezing fresh flavouring ingredients, makes sense all...

Strong, Fresh and New – Nightlife

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: Clarke...

Aussie Rules in Singapore

The Singapore Australia Rules Football club started life as the Singapore Lions in 1993. It was somewhat of a false start, as the founders, in their eagerness to create a social sporting club for...

Freezing a Mini Pantry

Keeping a freezer stocked with staples and extra items takes thought and effort but means you have a mini frozen pantry so you’re prepared for anything and generally you’re eating well. MeatWrap portions separately in...

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....

You haven’t lived in Asia until you’ve tried these dishes

Food is a big thing in Southeast Asia. We’ve all tried Nasi Goreng, but what about the less familiar ones? Sometimes the really good ones are in restaurants that are no more than just...

5 Quirky Things to Try

1. Rock Climbing Pong Where: Let ’em Playletemplay.com.sg The best way to exercise is to make a game out of it – which is exactly what this family-friendly hub has done. The Augmented Reality Climbing wall,...