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Destination Dining in the Air

A short drive along a winding road takes visitors to Mount Faber peak, home to the Singapore Cable Car station. One of the oldest parks in Singapore, Mount Faber is covered in lush rainforest and stands nearly 100m above ground. Opened in 1974, the Singapore Cable Car connects Mount Faber on  mainland Singapore to the resort island of Sentosa. Formerly named...

NOX Dine in the Dark Singapore

Most chefs will tell you that the eye is the pathway to the stomach.  That is food looks attractive, then hunger will follow. In Singapore, they’ve knocked that concept on the head in a new restaurant called NOX – Dine in the Dark. There is one important, yet significant, difference between NOX and every other restaurant in Singapore. That is, you can’t see what...

Restaurant: Sushi-Jiro Keppel Bay

Sushi Jiro@Keppel Bay is truly a hidden gem. Hidden also from view, in a leafy perch atop the Marina building at Keppel Bay – the millionaires yachting playground that fronts Sentosa Island, it has a loyal local following. Sushi Jiro is semi fine-dining Japanese Restaurant that is proud to offer high-quality Japanese cuisines with traditional fare such as...

Restaurant: SKAI

Stepping from the lift on the 70th  floor of Swissôtel The Stamford in Singapore, you will feel like you are in the sky, but you have in fact arrived at SKAI, known and loved for its breath-taking views. Here, in this modern restaurant specialising in grills, the views across the Lion City go literally to the borders of Malaysia and across the...

Singapore to lift border restrictions for some visitors

Some visitors from Australia (with the exclusion of the state of Victoria) and Vietnam will be able to enter Singapore from 8 October, adding to the lifted restrictions to Singapore for travellers from Brunei and New Zealand earlier this month. According to the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), the two countries have successfully controlled the spread of...