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  • Laughter In The Park

    Laughter In The Park

    If you think of our parks and green spaces as quiet, relaxing environments, you are quite right. Well, almost. An exception takes place every Tuesday evening.

  • An Escape Into The Southern Ridges

    An Escape Into The Southern Ridges

    At the end of a tiring work week, I took Friday afternoon off, and headed to Harbourfront MRT. Instead of indulging in retail therapy at the nearby malls, I was embarking on a solitary retreat in a world of green.

  • Spice Up Your Life!

    Spice Up Your Life!

    The gleeful voices of children echo down the pathway of Pasir Ris Park, towards the Kitchen Garden – the park’s little plot of homegrown spices. At a glance, passersby are bemused and confused at the odd sight of children clothed as miniature chefs, prancing through the park.

  • A Slice of History With Your Meal, Sir?

    A Slice of History With Your Meal, Sir?

    Today, Beaulieu House is a beautiful restaurant, serving up Chinese seafood, western cuisine, barbeque sets and steamboat meals.

  • Seafood Special: New Eats In the East!

    Seafood Special: New Eats In the East!

    Foodies in Singapore have historically associated East Coast Park with seafood. For over two decades, the East Coast Seafood Centre has housed some of the biggest names in the local dining scene. Today, many fans of Chinese-style seafood still consider this a definitive go-to venue for chilli crab and black pepper crab. But what if you’re looking for something different?