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.

Farewell PJ!

After 12 years as ANZA President, PJ Roberts steps down and hands the reins to Adam Martin.

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.

Check out: Christmas and NYE Special!

Tis’ the season to be jolly and Singapore knows how to celebrate the festive season. From the Orchard Road lights, to a Nordic floral display in Gardens by the Bay, there’s plenty of cheer for everyone to enjoy.

Check Out: Seletar

Black and white houses converted into gorgeous restaurants, cool alfresco cafes, and loads of green space… Seletar is definitely a neighbourhood worth checking out.

Check Out: Toa Payoh

With quirky playgrounds, independent bookstores and great bakeries, Toa Payoh is one heartlands suburb you should get to know.

Check Out: New Funan Mall

It’s been three years in the making, but the new Funan Mall has finally opened. With a focus on sustainability, local businesses, wellness, craft and technology, it’s much more than just a shopping destination. 

Check out – kids fun activities

Keep your toddlers, kids and teens active and entertained with our guide to fun and family-friendly things to do in Singapore.

Check Out: Jewel Changi Best Food

Jewel is the word on every Singapore foodie’s lips, with dozens of buzzy eateries setting up shop in the swanky Changi development. Pip Harry heads east to check out what’s on the menu.