Adventure trekking the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal by Kildi Photo

The Foothills of Heaven

Photographer Tatyana Kildisheva and her husband spent 20-days trekking the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal. She shares her experience with ANZA Magazine.

Snapshot of This Year in ANZA Tours

After a whirlwind of a year, we have a quick reflection on 2016’s tours – all volunteer-run by an amazing group of people. During 2016, the volunteer-run ANZA tour committee has been pleased to present...

Family Travel Vaccinations

Before you depart for your trip, see your family doctor or travel clinic to discuss your travel plans and any vaccinations you and your kids might need to stay safe. Some vaccines need time...

The Kids Are Alright

Vacations are supposed to be relaxing - unless you're travelling with three children under five. Here are some hacks on helpiing your holiday be just that, a holiday.

Scouts looking out

One day out with Melrose Home kids perfectly summed up what Scouts is all about, Gerard Ward finds. For one November afternoon, twenty kids from Melrose Home Children’s Aid Society spent some time with some...

Travel: Penang for Foodies

Penang is one of Asia’s hottest gourmet escapes - check out inventive eateries, street eats, cooking schools and fine-dining restaurants.

Making Connections

We are delighted to welcome CONNECT by Crossbridge, Singapore's first and largest robo-advisor, as one of ANZA's Gold Sponsors.

Meet the ANZA Office Dogs!

The ANZA office in Kampong Bahru is a dog friendly zone – with several staffers bringing their adorable dogs into work on a regular basis. Meet our four-legged friends, Frankie, Chutney and Ellie!

Modern Meets Vintage

Amandine Samb-Calvez’s restored heritage shophouse can be found nestled in the vibrant Joo Chiat neighbourhood on the East Coast. With a lovely kid’s park right across the street and friendly neighbours, the French expat has created a quirky, retro-influenced home that ticks all the boxes for family living.

10 minutes with: Albert Lin

The scientist-turned-explorer is next in the series of talks run by National Geographic. Albert talks about how he stumbled on one of the most significant figures in history. Your education is in Materials Science and...