Magical Mongolia

Tatyana Kildisheva explores the vast deserts, majestic mountains, endless plains and ancient nomadic culture of Mongolia.

Easter Garden Party!

Nature notes: Keep flower arrangements unstructured and opt for edible greens where you can, like fresh parsley, herbs and ornamental cabbages. Make it even more enchanting with whimsical quail feathers, little birds’ nests and...

Conserving Singapore’s Natural Assets

Pulau Hantu A few kilometres south-west of Sentosa Island, Pulau Hantu comprises two islets with a surrounding reef. The area has an abundance of hard and soft corals, and local marine life including clown anemone...

Green Shopping

When did you realise you wanted to make a difference? I found myself becoming a bit jaded with the seasonal repetition of international brands, and irritated at the poor quality of mass market fashion. Through...

Sustainable Schools

Many schools in Singapore are committed to cutting down on waste, conserving energy and teaching kids how to live a green lifestyle. We report on initiatives from the Australian International School, Canadian International School and GEMS World Academy (Singapore).

Check Out: Jalan Besar

1.Chye Seng Huat Hardware 150 Tyrwhitt Road, 207563 Caffeine addicts, local hipsters and backpackers are drawn to this landmark coffee house, with its cool industrial vibes. Grab a table in the breezy courtyard or main café...

Down to Earth

ANZA Cycling member Murli Ravi describes himself as a ‘venture capitalist by weekday, eco-warrior by weekend’.

What’s On: April

Check out all the hottest sports, entertainment and music on offer this April in Singapore.

ANZA Magazine April 2019

The Green Issue: Green Shopping, Eco Warriors, Sustainable Schools, Nature Nippers ... and Easter.

Bar Review: Flying Monkey

Just off bustling Bussorah Street, hip Indian bar-diner Flying Monkey has launched its latest cocktail menu, deploying an intoxicating blend of Indian spices and ingredients into some impressive drinks.