Colours, Sights & Patterns At Kampong Glam

In the 19th century, Kampong Glam was essentially an ethnic district with a strong Malay-Arab influence. It was a place where locals patronized for their Arab-Muslim traditional foodstuff and merchandise...

Immersive 4K HDR Viewing Experience With Sony Projectors

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Back 30 Years To Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre

Iconic along this stretch of road is the rectangular block of a nondescript beige-tiled building. The facade of this building is blocked by an overhead bridge. And this is the front entrance to a shopping centre - the Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre… (USSC).

Monti - Singapore's Longest Brunch Every Sunday

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Where Freemasons Convene

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Let’s Lepak - A Car Free Day At Mount Faber

"Let’s Lepak at Mount Faber" - the first car-free event held in a park in Singapore - saw 450 people taking part in the inaugural event, with the oldest participant aged 84. Ms. Low Yen Ling, Mayor of South West District was the Guest-of-Honour and kicked-off the event by participating in the new GetActive! Singapore workout.

Organised by Mount Faber Leisure Group through the "Streets for People" initiative and supported by NParks, this event moves Singapore closer to becoming a "car-lite city". Curated by partners ActiveSG and LopeLab, the inaugural event on 6 August was also part of the GetActive! Singapore campaign, and showcased activities relating to the theme of Sports and Wellness, coupled with music and art elements.

"I used to come to walk to Mount Faber via Henderson Waves to exercise.
I love the view, fresh air, and the beautiful natural surroundings."
- Mr Chew Kim Lee, Retiree, 84 -

"My friends and I had fun participating in the Zumba Fitness session.
The Bukit Batok East Zone 3 community, especially the senior citizens,
find these activities engaging and look forward to more such events."
- Ms Sharon Lim, Bukit Batok East resident, 56 -

"We are so pleased with the great turnout today and that Singaporeans got to relive their happy memories at Mount Faber. We will continue to work with community groups to create unique events amidst the natural setting of Mount Faber."
- Ms Suzanne Ho, General Manager of Mount Faber Leisure Group -

"Let's Lepak at Mount Faber" is on trial for three months and the next instalment will be on 03 September wiht the final event on 1 October. Visit Faber Peak Singapore for more information.