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Singapore is an island state with one of the most interesting melting pots of culture in the world. With a historical makeup of Chinese, Malays and Indians, and a touch of British colonial history, the island nation is one of the most visited in the world. With its top notch fine dining scene and Singaporean street food, the city offers some of the best when it comes to Singapore cuisine. Not to be tested with, they offer an amazing nightlife with where the Singaporean bar scene is one of the best in the world. Check out our Singapore Travel Guide to learn more.


“Nobody in Singapore drinks Singapore Slings. It’s one of the first things you find out there. What you do in Singapore is eat. It’s a really food-crazy culture, where all of this great food is available in a kind of hawker-stand environment.”

— Anthony Bourdain


Best Bars in Singapore 2019

Best Bars in Singapore 2019

Singapore is world renown for having some of the best bars in the world. With some of the most talented bartenders gracing the city, Singapore bars offer a plethora of experiences, from luxurious hotel bars to unique concepts of experimental concoctions. With a continuous effort to elevate their bar scene, and so many making the top 10 at the Asia’s 50 Best Bars, we take a look at some of our favourites. Continue reading →
Look At This Stuff, Isn’t It Neat: Disney Magic Of Animation

Look At This Stuff, Isn’t It Neat: Disney Magic Of Animation

The Disney: Magic of Animation is currently exhibiting at the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, and gives you an opportunity to allow your childhood come to life. From The Little Mermaid to Frozen 2, this rare opportunity to experience over 90 years of animation and original artworks by the Walt Disney Animation Studios. We sit down with Mary Walsh, Managing Director of the Walt Disney Animation Research Library to learn a bit more about how that Disney magic is brought to life. Continue reading →
Idlewild, Singapore

Idlewild, Singapore

Located within the InterContinental Singapore sits Idlewild, a speakeasy cocktail bar taking its name from the original name of the John F. Kennedy International Airport. The theme of the bar is simple, to take you on its transatlantic flights, all within a cocktail glass. With some wonderful cocktails inspired from each international destination, fasten your seatbelt before you depart on you journey. Continue reading →
IB HQ, Singapore

IB HQ, Singapore

For those familiar with the Indigenous Bartender, you will be familiar with IB HQ Singapore. This quirky little bar serves cocktails made with local ingredients, mainly from discoveries through years of research. Fair warning, the bar is not for the faint-hearted as the flavours can come pretty bold. All in all, quite fascinating really. Continue reading →
Tetsuya Wakuda of Waku Ghin

Tetsuya Wakuda of Waku Ghin

Tetsuya Wakuda is one of the most famous chefs when it comes to Japanese cuisine, from his early days at Tetsuya’s in Australia to his stint as a Masterchef Junior Australia judge, he has interpolated his cuisine from every facet of his life and travels. Influenced from Australian produce to Singaporean, we pick the brains behind Waku Ghin at the Epicurean Market 2019 to find out more about his philosophy and cuisine. Continue reading →
ATLAS, Singapore

ATLAS, Singapore

There are few bars that can claim a reputation as being one of the most beautiful bars in the world, and ATLAS Singapore is one of them. The art deco design of the building houses one of the most extensive gin collections in all of Singapore and is known not only for its aesthetics, but consistently makes the World’s 50 Best Bars and Asia’s 50 Best Bars. Continue reading →
Travel Guide: Things To Do at Marina Bay Sands

Travel Guide: Things To Do at Marina Bay Sands

Easily described as one of Singapore’s most iconic landmark, the Marina Bay Sands is not simply a hotel, it’s a world of its own. With a plethora of fine dining restaurants, world class luxury shopping, interactive stores and exhibitions, the casino hotel is so much more than that. Whether you are a single traveler, a loved-up couple of a family of four there’s always something to for everyone. Continue reading →
7 Interesting Facts About Wolfgang Puck

7 Interesting Facts About Wolfgang Puck

We recently sat down with Wolfgang Puck to know more about his philosophy and cuisine culture, but there were a few interesting anecdotes that we learned about his life growing up. From the stories of the kaiserschmarrn to his interactions with Roger Federer, here are 7 interesting facts you probably didn’t know about the Austrian-American chef. Continue reading →
A Tête-À-Tête With Wolfgang Puck

A Tête-À-Tête With Wolfgang Puck

When it comes to culinary giants, there are few who have a reputation as Wolfgang Puck. By winning countless awards from the James Beard to the Golden Globe, very few chefs have come anywhere close to the celebrity that he has gained. We sit with him at the Epicurean Market 2019 at Marina Bay Sands for an up close and personal on his philosophy to cooking and gastronomic journey so far. Continue reading →
Epicurean Market 2019

Epicurean Market 2019

Marina Bay Sands sees the return of the grand Epicurean Market 2019 from the 13 to 15th December with a lineup of gourmet food and wine featuring pop-ups and masterclasses from celebrity chefs Wolfgang Puck, Tetsuya Wakuda and many more, setting the stage for a gastronomical holiday season. Continue reading →
The World’s 50 Best Bars 2019: Diversity & Representation

The World’s 50 Best Bars 2019: Diversity & Representation

The inaugural World’s 50 Best Bars 2019 was recently held at the Roundhouse in London, and as with any event of that size and magnitude, it brought into light some interesting topics for discussion. One very interesting highlight with the awards this year was how bars across Asia are being more represented, in addition to a big debate of female participation in the bar industry, with steps taken to ensure progress. Continue reading →
Neon Pigeon, Singapore

Neon Pigeon, Singapore

Situated at the end of the hustle and bustle that is Keong Saik Road in Singapore is Neon Pigeon, a modern izakaya style eatery that makes interesting interpretations of modern Japanese cuisine. However, don’t take this place lightly as they have a cocktail programme that packs as powerful a punch as its food. From their iconic Tokyo Hummus made from edamame to their Teared Negroni using rosemary infused sake umeshu, you can see why the light of this pigeon shines bright. Continue reading →
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