Collected by Kaz Brecher
Ann Siang Hill, Singapore
Head to Ann Siang Hill near Chinatown when you want to get away from the crowds in the city. During the day the open doors welcome you into restored shop houses with intricately designed tiles leading the way to chic and stylish clothing. At night...
19 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168650
I haven't eaten pancakes since I was a kid, but when I spotted the blackberry and chocolate pancakes at the Open Door Policy (ODP) restaurant in Singapore, I thought I might revisit my childhood. After a week of eating barbecue chicken and rice...
Telok Ayer St, Singapore
This street is packed with great cafes and restaurants. My favorite is Sarnies, a quaint and cozy cafe tucked at the corner of Telok Ayer and Boon Tat St. Sarnies, that makes great house-brewed coffees and sandwiches. The service is excellent too....
2 Cox Terrace, Singapore 179622
In the Battle Box, about 9 meters underground, I am transported back in time to February 1942. Located in the idyllic Fort Canning Park in the city center, this underground bunker was part of the British Command Center during the Malayan Campaign...
1 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168641
Nana & Bird is a very well hidden little shop in the midst of the old Tiong Bahru housing estate. If the signboard weren't outside the shop, you wouldn't know it was here! It's a tiny little place that packs a surprising amount of pretty into one...
2 Dickson Rd, Singapore 209494
I stumbled upon this gem of a hotel while staying in Singapore for business. Between the individual artist-designed guest rooms, a phenomenal rustic French-inspired restaurant, and friendly staff, I had a near perfect stay. Not to mention the...
Sentosa Island is a huge playground in Singapore with something for everyone: Nice sandy beaches, go carts, dolphin and sea lion shows (and pink dolphins), a 4D movie experience, a butterfly park, and so on. It is not a cheap day out, but well...
Airport Blvd, Singapore
About the only place this butterfly might be able to camouflage itself would be against a Tiffany glass window. But it is safe from predators in the Butterfly Garden -- http://bit.ly/HbrVTY -- tucked into a corner of Terminal 3 in the Changi...
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