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...

Peranakan Magic : Learning to Cook Peranakan Style

Learning to cook with local ingredients can help a person feel more at home in a new country. Before moving to Singapore, Australian Sue Mannering had never heard of the Peranakans and thought a...

Come and Train with ANZA Soccer

ANZA Soccer’s Head Coach Yakob and his professional team of coaches have put together an off-season training program open to both current players and other ANZA members. This is a great opportunity for kids...

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...

Books that Inspire

As a kid I spent hours over the tri-fold book club catalogue, choosing and changing and perfecting my selection. When my daughter brought the same catalogue home from kindergarten, I was thrilled to be...

Allergy Friendly Kids’ Party Treats

With allergies so common in kids, there is a good chance you will encounter a little guest with an allergy or intolerance. Stock up on these readily available treats for parties to be sure...