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Check Out: Downtown

Why not check out the Downtown area? This office space hub is awash with gym bunnies early morning before they quick-change into the business garb of the day. It's the place to mean business, both day and night during the week.

Check Out – Sports in Singapore

Singapore is a sporty city and we’ve found the best ways to keep active on the island - from go-karting to dragon boating...there’s something for everyone!

Singapore’s Best Animal Attractions

Your guide to Singapore's unmissable animal attractions, as well as places to spot wildlife in their natural habitats.

Check Out – Homes Special

Whether you’re a new arrival or you’ve been here for years, it’s always fun to shop for homewares, precious antiques or explore Singapore’s heritage homes.

Check Out: Katong Food Guide

The East Coast neighbourhood of Katong is a food-lovers paradise. Here's your guide to the best restaurants, food stores and cafes in the area.

Check Out: Jalan Besar

1.Chye Seng Huat Hardware 150 Tyrwhitt Road, 207563 cshhcoffee.com 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...

CHECK OUT: Siglap

Udders & Kook 81 Upper East Coast Road 455220 udders.com.sg Singaporean brand Udders is famous for their offbeat artisanal ice-cream flavours. Their decadent boozy range includes Bailey’s and Bourbon, Wineberries, Rum Rum Raisin, Ocktobeer and the cheekily...
What to see, do, eat Sixth Avenue Singapore ANZA Magazine

Check Out: Sixth Avenue

From great food, to enjoying the great outdoors, step off the Downtown North Line at Sixth Avenue for a Saturday bursting with activities says Charley Larcombe.

Check Out: Art Special

Your guide to Singapore’s best galleries, museums and artistic spaces.

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.