About Feng Shui Inn Tucked away in the basement of the exclusive Crocksfords Tower sits Feng Shui Inn, a fine-dining restaurant that specialises in Cantonese cuisine. Perhaps due to its remote location, this place exudes a sense of exclusivity away from the usual throng of casino punters. Feng Shui Inn is no stranger to joint collaborations with acclaimed chefs and this time, it is renowned Hong Kong chef Peter Tsang gracing the kitchen, showcasing his stellar culinary skills through a specially crafted menu that reflects the best of Cantonese cuisine. Having heard of Chef Tsang’s numerous awards and accolades in...Last modified on
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About Concorde Hotel Being a huge chocolate lover, I jumped at the chance to try out Concorde Hotel’s new Choctober menu that launched this October. Concorde Hotel was never known for their culinary prowess. However, in line with their desire to rebrand themselves as a new, innovative hotel, the culinary team headed by Executive Chef Sunny Goh decided to come up with new dishes involving the use of chocolate. Once we arrived at Spices Cafe, we were greeted by a smiling Chef Goh who ushered us into the dining room. The grandiose decor and old-style glamour of the dining room...Last modified on
About Gusto Italiano Gusto Italiano is an annual gourmet event that brings together some of the best Italian chefs from all around the world to Singapore. In conjunction with this event, the award winning il Cielo restaurant at Hilton Singapore is taking part and introducing new Italian head chef, Riccardo Catarsi, as he aims to reinvent the traditional Italian flavors from his Tuscan roots. From 12th September to 12th October, epicureans in Singapore can take a gastronomic journey to Tuscany, with an exclusive à la carte menu to savor recreated classics from the Italian region. From the classical Tuscan fish...Last modified on
About Halloween Horror Night 4 Halloween is upon us once again with ghosts and ghouls taking to the streets and bringing out our greatest fears. For the 4th year running, Universal Studios Singapore presents to you Halloween Horror Night, a spine chilling event that promises your worst nightmares. A fairy tale theme park in the day, the USS themepark is completely transformed into an eerie playground by night fall. Gone are the friendly ogres and talking donkeys. The only smiles you will see will be from sadistic clowns reveling in your fear. I’ve never had the guts to go for...Last modified on
About Lit Up 2014 It was three days of dramatic performances, comedy, some tears, and a whole lot of friendship in this tiny community. This year’s theme was all about “walking the equator”, but I wasn’t exactly sure what that meant until I was drowning in confessional poetry, deprecatory monologues, and spoken word all weekend. Here’s what you missed and why you should anticipate Lit Up 2015. Teater Kini Berseri A Balinese troupe performing out of Indonesia for the first time, performers from Teater Kini Berseri were truly entertaining to watch. On Launch Night, the audience were treated...
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Gong Cha Girl For A Day “WE WANT FREE BUBBLE TEA!” was the only response I got when I told the people around me I was going to be behind the counter of Gong Cha for a day. Yeah my friends pretty much have a one-track mind when it comes to bubble tea. What they didn’t know is that Gong Cha also won Top Brand under the F&B Kiosk Category, solidifying their presence as bubble tea stronghold. I don’t know about you, but when I heard I got the chance to work with Gong Cha, I immediately obsessed over the...Last modified on
The Great Kingdom of Thailand If you look past the immense beauty of the Thai beaches and resorts, you'll realise that Thailand also has a vast history and one of the richest cultures in the region. There is so much to see here. That is why we've decided to put together a list of the most incredible places in Thailand - whether you're looking for a relaxing beach getaway or you want to immerse yourself in the Thai culture, there's something for everyone. Here's a list of 10 destinations in Thailand that may very well change your perspective on life....Last modified on
About Pangdemonium's Frozen I searched for “Frozen” on Google and on page eight of the search results I still end up with “Frozen - Netflix”. It’s exasperating, and really makes one wonder if people ever search for anything outside of the movie. I attempted again with “Frozen the play” and I got one Wikipedia entry on the correct result but the nine other hits on the page still revolved around Elsa and Anna. Therefore, it is absolutely okay to assume that Pangdemonium will be staging the Frozen. It is also fine if you got all excited, thinking this is the time to...Last modified on
Birthday Party Ideas A: It’s ABC’s birthday next Tuesday! What should we do? B: ¯\_(?)_/¯ We can just meet at *insert random location* and surprise him with a cake? A: Okay! We’ve all been there, done that. And it's getting old. Asking C out on his birthday week isn’t going to work as a surprise. But hey, although you can’t surprise the birthday celebrant with the purpose of the meeting, you can surprise him with the activity itself! From bouncy castles to extravagant yacht parties, we’ve scouted Singapore for the most interesting birthday party ideas. Here are some of the...
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About Clarke Quay Clarke Quay is home to a world-famous night scene, with thousands of partygoers congregating at the hundreds of clubs and bars every night. However, partying is not cheap in Singapore. Buying a bottle of alcohol at a bar can set you back a good $200, while a pint of beer can cost you around $20. It is common to see many people “pre-drinking” from bottles of hard liquor and beer bought from the nearby 7-11 or supermarkets, and even bottles brought from home. We decided to provide an alternative for you: The Ultimate Clarke Quay Happy Hour...Last modified on