Boracay is back, but its party days are over

A better and more sustainable Boracay is welcoming back visitors after the six months rehabilitation shutdown. The island’s closure (continually on the top of the list as the world’s most beautiful island  &#8211... Read More

Spark The Festive Deepavali in Singapore

Deepavali is also known as the “Festival of Lights,” and the holiday abounds with all manner of colourful lights displays in public and numerous clay lamps to light up private homes. This is meant to symbolise the Hin... Read More

Peepy and Mother Lee are your new fashionista Instagram stars

If you’re keen on style and fashionista duos who keep it in the fam, then look no further than the opulence and utter extravaganza of ‘Peepy’ and ‘Mother Lee! What you’ll find after mere ... Read More

Crazy Rich Asians – Beyond the Brand Singapore!

This week, Crazy Rich Asians makes history as the first major Hollywood movie with an all-Asian cast since 1993’s The Joy Luck Club. The film is based on the best-selling novel by Singapore-born author Kevin Kwan. The... Read More

Something’s Brewing – Three Waves of Coffee

Today, coffee is a culinary experience. It is not just your morning wake-up call or after-dinner-with-dessert beverage. Homage is paid to its origin, brewing methods and all the nuances of its flavor. But why has coff... Read More

Don’t play play! – 20 useful Singlish expression

Most western visitors find Singapore both strangely familiar and alien. All the road signs are in English, there’s an efficient public transport and plenty of activities to keep you entertained. Yet in your interactio... Read More

Amazing Local Dishes: Singapore bite by bite

“Live to eat, not eat to live” probably best describes Singaporeans’ attitude towards food. Chicken rice, rich and nutty satay, sweet and sour rojak, spicy BBQ sambal stingray: there’s no better way to get into ... Read More