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Sunday, May 16, 2021

10 Hidden Heartland Spots

Want to explore Singapore's heartlands? Here's your guide to hidden neighbourhood treasures across the Island - from gelato cafes, to woodworking classes, second hand stores, bakeries, birdsong, and more!

Check Out – Cycling East Coast

Keen to jump on a bike and cycle past swaying palms in the sea breeze? With a bike path stretching from Changi Airport, past waterfront cafes, playgrounds and parks, there’s plenty to explore on the East Coast. Pip Harry investigates.

Check Out: Novena

Australian expat Paula Barnes from trulyexpat.com checks out bagels, cafes, foot massage spots and a sports mall in Novena, located in Central Singapore.

Best Indoor & Outdoor Parks for School Holiday Fun

It's school holiday time! Here's a round up of the best indoor and outdoor parks in Singapore, plus their new safety rules.

Singapore’s Best Walking Trails

Hearing the call of the wild? Strap on a pair of hiking boots, fill up your water bottle, spritz with mozzie spray, and get in touch with nature at these hiking trails.

Check Out: ANZA Activities

As this issue is devoted to all things ANZA, check out just a few of the places where you can meet up with our vibrant community!

Check Out: Kids Special

When it’s safe to get out and about, keep your kids entertained with these active, educational and fun things to do in Singapore.

Check Out: Green Singapore

Singapore might be a bustling, high density city, but there are many pockets of green space and businesses that celebrate sustainability. Treat yourself and the planet this month and visit some of these eco spots around the island.

ANZA has moved to Kampong Glam!

The ANZA office has moved to a new neighbourhood – Kampong Glam! Come and explore the vibrant heritage area, which offers hip eateries, restored shophouses, boutique shopping, street art and Malay-Arab history.

Check Out: Geylang

Geylang is Singapore’s most famous red-light district, but there’s so much more to this hood. The area has a fascinating history, quirky shops and delicious eats. Local resident and soon-to-be tour guide Kathy Ferrer discovers ten off the grid Geylang destinations.