We love travelling, but there are some things we can’t stand: harried itineraries, non-stop jetting, dubious tour guides… Sometimes it feels like we need another vacay to recover from our travel fatigue. So when we started planning a trip to Beijing, we were thrilled to find Eastern Journeys (run by know-it-all-but-in-a-good-way David Allardice). We hounded this Chinese travel guru for the scoop on the grand Beijing: Continue reading

A New Door Opens

We love their rustic dining tables, their sleek sofas, and their ornamental lanterns. Now there’s even more of them to love, because The Shophouse, a bespoke furniture store that offers luxurious but affordable styles, has just opened their third store in Outram’s Tan Boon Liat Building. Continue reading

Little Italy in the East

So no one wants starving artists? Particularly the talented peeps behind the Goodman Arts Centre, the newest art centre in town. Luckily they have the fab new La Barca Ristorante & Wine Bar, a stunning Italian restaurant serving up authentic Italian nosh six days a week. And great news for us: they’re open to everyone! Continue reading

Eating on the Edge

Be afraid… be very afraid, because we’re about to lead you into unchartered territory. These are the far flung corners of the island where no man – okay, most Singaporeans – don’t venture to. But trust us. We’ve got a track record that would put a seasoned tour guide to shame, and you need to get to these eateries, stat. Continue reading

Brunch, Bubbly, and Easter Bunnies

Hop along to road-tested legendary hotel brunches this Easter Sunday. They offer plenty to entertain your little bunnies, leaving you to wine and dine – in theory anyway! Continue reading