Singapore History

Singapore’s early beginnings intertwine fact and folklore – the city-state has been engaged in the pomp of ancient Malay empires, the intrigues of medieval trade, the bartering of European colonial powers, and the challenge of nation-building. Here, we give you an account of Singapore’s remarkable development throughout the centuries. Colonial Singapore Stamford Raffles is often … Read more

Wild Wild Wet Singapore

Wild Wild Wet Singapore is one of the most popular waterparks in the country, promising an action-packed day of water-filled fun for the whole family. The waterpark has a good mix of adrenaline-filled slides as well as plenty of gentle flumes and pools to please family members of all ages. Top rides at Wild Wild … Read more

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay & Mall

Singapore’s Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and Esplanade Mall comprise a multipurpose arts centre which incorporates a concert hall, theatre, and an outdoor performance area. The venue brings a fantastic array of shows to the city’s bay area as well as some great shopping and dining experiences. The Esplanade is a great place in … Read more

Singapore Half-Day City Tour

In Singapore, you can take time to explore the city’s famous landmarks on a half-day tour. You can pass by prominent colonial buildings before stopping at Merlion Park, Thian Hock Keng Temple, and National Orchid Garden. Start your journey passing the bustling streets of Civic District. Cruise by some of the well-known colonial architecture such … Read more

Sentosa Golf Club

Sentosa Golf Club is a must for all golfers living in or visiting Singapore. It boasts 2 18-hole golf courses where you can expect to play with the best in terms of terrain, finish, facilities, and even accommodation on Singapore’s fun-filled island of Sentosa. Catering to a corporate business clientele and discerning golfers, the courses … Read more

What to Do on a Short Trip to Bintan Island

Bintan Island is a popular holiday destination that’s less than an hour’s ferry ride from the southern coast of Singapore. Bintan presents a tropical island getaway for the throngs of day and weekend-trippers from the mainland. The island’s pristine, white sand beaches are the main draw here, along with quaint seaside villages and an impressive … Read more

National Stadium Singapore

The National Stadium in Singapore is an all-purpose sports arena where you can watch the Singapore National Football team play their home matches, as well as exhibition cricket, rugby, athletic, and live music events. It replaced the old Kallang Stadium on the same site in June 2014. The stadium is by far the biggest in … Read more

Singapore Grand Prix

Singapore Grand Prix is the only F1 race that’s held at night. The seasonal GP also regularly presents a cool mix of top music performances and enhanced on-track action, with this year’s usually set to be bigger and better than last year’s race extravaganzas. Top names in motorsports and music rock the Marina Bay Street … Read more

The Singapore Turf Club

The Singapore Turf Club is the only horseracing club in Singapore and is part of the Malayan Racing Association that also runs 3 other clubs across the border. The club dates back to 1842 and is based at the Singapore Racecourse in Kranji, opposite Kranji MRT Station in the east of the island. Race meetings … Read more

Jaan Restaurant in Singapore

Jaan Restaurant has been at the forefront of Singapore’s fine dining scene since it first opened on the 70th floor of Swissotel the Stamford hotel. Boasting panoramic views of the Singapore skyline, Jaan’s wow-factor starts before you’ve even taken your first bite. And when you do, you’ll be just as impressed. The intimate 40-seat venue … Read more