• Neighbourhood Overview: Joo Chiat and Katong

    Whilst they may not be as high-profile or as well-known as other parts of Singapore, such as Chinatown, Little India, and Bugis, the neighbouring areas of Joo Chiat and Katong are perfect for visitors who want to learn more about the country’s Peranakan heritage. Joo Chiat takes its name from an affluent Chinese landowner. With […]

  • Spend a Day at Singapore Zoo

    Whether you’re visiting Singapore with friends, as a couple, or on your own, the award-winning Singapore Zoo is a top place to mingle with locals for a fun day out. Naturally, it is also a huge hit with visiting families! Dating back to 1969, it is also sometimes known as Mandai Zoo. With a diverse […]

  • Ice Skating in Singapore

    Are you looking for something fun and energetic to do in Singapore? Whether you want a giggle with your friends, are looking for somewhere to take the kids for a few hours, or want to bond with your significant other over plenty of laughs, what about spending a few hours ice skating? It’s definitely not […]

  • Holland Village Overview

    One of the most Bohemian parts of Singapore, a visit to Holland Village is well worth your time when exploring Singapore. Easy to reach by bus and taxi, the area also has its own MRT station. Known locally as the Holland V, did you know that there has also been a TV show about the […]

  • Enjoying the River Safari

    The fabulous River Safari is one of Singapore’s top attractions for animal-lovers, families, and people looking for something a little different to do when on their vacation. Open officially since 2014, it is not only the newest wildlife attraction in Singapore, but it is also the first of its kind in all of Asia. Don’t […]

  • Driving in Singapore

    Whether you’re a Singaporean who is about to take a driving test, an expat living in Singapore who is considering using a car, or a visitor interested in renting a car to facilitate your sightseeing or business trips, make sure that you know all relevant laws, information, and conventions before getting behind the wheel and […]

  • Fruit and Vegetable Farms around Singapore

    For a country that is often seen by outsiders as being super modern with many towering skyscrapers and sleek architecture, many visitors are surprised to find that there are also beautiful pockets of nature around Singapore, including some lovely farms. As farming is not so big in Singapore, and the country imports a lot of […]

  • Treat Yourself to Tailored Clothes in Singapore

    What could possibly be better than treating yourself to a wide assortment of all the latest and top names in fashion at some of Singapore’s famous malls? How about having clothes custom made? Ensuring an exact fit and designed exactly how you want them to be, why not pay a visit to one of Singapore’s […]

  • In-Depth: Kampong Glam

    Kampong Glam is one of Singapore’s three major ethnic and cultural enclaves, the other two being Chinatown and Little India. Kampong Glam is often referred to as Singapore’s Muslim Quarter, largely because of the gleaming Sultan Mosque and the area’s rich history. Originally a small fishing village on the Rocher River, Kampong Glam takes its […]

  • More Myths and Legends from Singapore

    A previous article looked at some of the most common legends found in Singapore: those related to Kusu Island’s Turtle, how the Sisters’ Islands came into being, noises in the Bedok flats, and the rumours of a secret tunnel underneath Sentosa Island. Here are some more fascinating myths and legends from Singapore to ponder: Badang […]