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Did you know that Bedok was the party central of the past? Discover more immersing facts about the town in this tantalising trail ...

Go meta at this exhibition about digital data by generating even more data ...

Singapore’s own hip enclave, Holland Village is a melange of heritage and modern café culture that promises surprises By Pamela Chow (Photo: Terence Ong) In the centre of Holland Village, a windmill stands tall — a picture of tranquillity. In ...

May the 4th continue to be with you By Pamela Chow Though Star Wars Day is officially on May the 4th, Singaporean fans made use of the long Labour Day weekend to show their allegiance. If you didn’t get the ...

Are you up for trying Burmese food, such as fried fish cakes and more exotic options like fried catfish?  1. Exotic burmese food Interestingly, Clementi has become a hub for Burmese grub, from coffee shops to convenience stores selling authentic ...

The sloping government flats are an icon of Potong Pasir, with the main building being Blk 142 — same as the number of the bus that services the estate. (Photo: Pamela Chow) 1. View the unique sloping blocks One iconic ...

As the first death anniversary of Lee Kuan Yew approaches, we take a look at where you can go to pay tribute By Pamela Chow Lee Kuan Yew was the People’s Action Party’s first founding Secretary-General, as well as our ...

Here’s what to look out for at the fun-filled fiesta of St Patrick’s Day this month By Pamela Chow Head down to the St Patrick’s Festival for a memorable time with festivities, food and drink Originally a Christian celebration of ...

It’s Japan hour in Singapore with Gardens by the Bay’s limited-time display By Pamela Chow The impossible has happened. Cherry blossoms are in bloom right here in tropical Singapore at Gardens by the Bay’s latest floral display, Blossom Beats.  Sakura trees have started ...

During our art walk with OH! Potong Pasir, we discovered several interesting things about the sleepy neighbourhood By Pamela Chow Up till when I embarked on an art walk of the nondescript neighbourhood, my closest interaction with Potong Pasir was only to pass it by ...