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The Istana

The official residence and office of the President of Singapore, The Istana, is open for a handful of times every year. Located at Orchard Road, the extensive compound is filled with gardens and historic buildings completed in the 1800s.


Chingay 2015

Billed as the biggest and grandest parade of its kind, Chingay 2015 promises to be a dazzling spectacle that celebrates cultural diversity in Singapore and around the world.


Alive without breath – Keng Lye

It’s almost alive. Hyper-realistic art by Singaporean artist Keng Lye are exhibited for the first time at the new K+ curatorial space. See the world suspended in time in Keng Lye’s exquisite sculpture-painting creations.


Prudential Singapore Eye

The inaugural Prudential Singapore Eye exhibition celebrates Singapore’s contemporary art scene with over 40 works by local artists. See some of the works on display at the ArtScience Museum in this photo tour!


Hello Kitty Run Singapore

Some 17,000 runners took part in the inaugural Hello Kitty Run Singapore, as part of the 40th birthday celebration for the world’s most famous cat. There was never a dull moment during the run, as heavy rain and a chaotic finish turned a leisurely stroll around Sentosa into something quite eventful. Read about it in […]


Sentosa Spooktactular 2014 review

Sentosa Spooktacular 2014 is set to overwhelm thrill-seekers with its new LADDALAND outdoor scare experience and three terrifying haunted trails based on Thai horror films Countdown, Alone and Swimmers. Discover the new terror at Fort Siloso in this review and extensive photo report.


LATTEST Omotesando Espresso Bar

Another popular cafe in the Omote-sando district in Tokyo is the LATTEST Omotesando Espresso Bar. Just a short walk away from OMOTESANDO KOFFEE, this spacious cafe is welcoming and laid back – perfect after a walk along the busy main street of Omote-sando.


Singapore Night Festival 2014

After missing Singapore Night Festival in the last two years, I made it a point to be at the festival grounds this year, at all costs. So one friday night, I was at the front lawn of the Singapore Art Museum, watching the now-iconic projection art on the museum’s façade.