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

Sony’s latest innovative laser light source projector is High Dynamic Range (HDR) compatible with native 4K resolution, creating an amazling clear lifelike experience, as if you are there yourself…

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

Enjoy brunch by the bay concept, complete with stunning views of the Marina Bay and its surroundings, and a fabulous menu and music programme to match at Monti…

Where Freemasons Convene

In 1886, the Masonic Club was established to support Singapore freemasonry. Guess who was the first Freemason in modern Singapore?

Little Sheep Hotpot - Value Set Lunch

Little Sheep Hotpot recently launched a Value Set Lunch promotion. At just $15.80++, the Set Lunch includes:
  • Choices of meat platter (Signature Lamb, Kurobuta Pork or USA Beef)
 Pick your choice from the menu on a tablet...

Pork and beef platters here...


  •  Choice of beverage (Coke, Sprite or Lime Juice)

Consider booking a private room to enjoy majestic Mongolian wall art...


  • 18 types of hotpot ingredients, including Spinach, Luncheon Meat, Bean Curd, Fish Tofu, Meat Ball, Beef Ball, Mushroom, Fried Bean curd Skin, Dumpling, Cabbage, Rice Vermicelli, Corn, Black Fungus, Potato, Yam, Crown Daisy, Lotus Root and Noodles

 Noodles for that needed carbo boost...

  • Excludes soup base and sauces

Share a pot with your friends at just $9 for a single flavour...

Or opt for a double-flavoured pot at $15...

If you are less adventurous or prefer milder soups, choose the Mushroom or Tomato options...

The richer spicy or original flavours are definitely stronger in taste...


Dip your meat in the choice of sauces and garnishes available...

End off your meal with a delicious set of lamb skewers...

Or opt for a sweet finish with the soft-serve ice cream...


    The Value Set Lunch is available from Mondays to Fridays (excluding public holidays), from 1100-1500 hours till 28 June 2019 at Little Sheep Hotpot's One Fullerton outlet.

    Launch Of Experience And Xposure Programme (EXP2019) For ESports

    In line with its mission to nurture youths and to provide them with the right opportunities to develop, grow and achieve their dreams, *SCAPE officially launched an esports Experience and Xposure Programme (EXP2019) recently for Singapore youths aged 15 to 25 years old.

    "EXP2019 is the first-of-its-kind in Singapore where youths can learn about esports through a holistic programme. In addition to game skills, youths can also learn about the many exciting possibilities within the industry and talented youths will be provided with green lane access to our industry partners to pursue their passion in esports. Importantly, we aim to inculcate the right values and behaviours and mitigate any negative aspects of this popular youth interest such as cyber-bullying and gaming addiction."
    --- Mr David Chua, *SCAPE Chairman ---


    Designed with the help of industry professionals, EXP2019 offers specially-curated 3 day, 2 nights esports camps during the upcoming June school vacation that is centred on 3 focus titles - Mobile Legends Bang Bang (17 to 19 June), FIFA (24 to 26 June) and League of Legends (27 to 29 June). Camp activities include introduction to the whole spectrum of the esports landscape, esports challenges, team bonding exercises and outdoor learning that will foster social mixing and character development.


    From July to December, there will be a total of 10 workshops for each of the 3 focus titles, and 10 workshops on online live streaming and commentary. Workshop modules range from in-game skills and tactics, to mental management, cyber-wellness, content creation, engaging online audiences and much more. Driving EXP2019 will be coaches and pro gamers from official program partner, Resurgence, Singapore’s most successful esports organization.


    "EXP2019 is about providing aspirants and interested youths with an opportunity to be exposed to and to experience esports. Our goal is to cultivate responsible behaviours, while sharing with them our game insights and industry knowledge. I look forward to sharing my personal experiences and to advise these youths, based on the path I’ve taken so that they can make more informed decisions."
    --- Samuel "Sequinox" Chan, former Raffles Institution student turned full-time professional gamer ---
    In the months to come, *SCAPEesports will also be conducting school visits island-wide to educate youths about esports and EXP2019. Esports enthusiasts can also look forward to more community rallies, viewing parties and other events at *SCAPE.


    "By learning and bonding with like-minded enthusiasts at *SCAPE, attendees can also play a future role in expanding the esports community at large and communities is the foundation for a strong esports ecosystem in Singapore."
    --- Professional FIFA player Chiang "Hibidi" Wen Jun ---

    For more information and registration details, visit www.scape.sg/scapeesports/EXP2019.

    ABOUT *SCAPE

    *SCAPE Co. Ltd is a non-profit organisation that supports youth, talent and leadership development. The organisation aims to motivate and empower youths to realise their potential, and seeks to be the home of enterprising youths committed to creating their own future. It was set up in 2007 in response to a call for more spaces for youth social, recreational, sporting, and community activities, and to showcase their talents.

    *SCAPE offers a series of programmes for youths to learn new skills, harness their creativity, and create something impactful while cultivating an enterprising spirit. The 5 clusters are entrepreneurship, music, dance, media and esports.

    Gardens By The Bay - Tulipmania At The Dutch Countryside

    Explore the Dutch countryside as Tulipmania returns to Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay with a brand-new tulip display set in an idyllic pastoral landscape. Discover the agricultural roots of the Netherlands with a stroll across blooming tulip fields dotted with traditional thatched-roof farmhouses, stopping ever so often to admire the over 35 varieties of tulips, including crowd-pleasers such as the brilliant golden "Yellow Flight" and new ones like the vibrant red and white "Singapura" which commemorates the 200th anniversary of Singapore's founding.


    Imagine riding a bicycle through fields and fields of colourful tulips...

    Or drive by with a mini-truck...

    Along the way, learn about the different stages of growth in a tulip's life cycle, step into a windmill to take a closer look at its clockwork mechanism within, and look out for adorable cow and chicken sculptures roaming the tulip fields in a quaint little Dutch village.

    Visit a Dutch farmhouse and see the waterwheel at work...

    Idyllic scenes along the Dutch countryside...

    Customize your own digital Delft Blue Tile at the KLM Gardens By The Bay Digital Wall in Flower Dome. Include a caption on why you love Tulipmania and stand a chance to win a pair of return KLM tickets to Amsterdam.


    The Origami Tulip Project features delightful paper tulips folded members of our community, including school students, members of the public, and Gardens By The Bay staff and  volunteers. Through getting people together to fold origami tulips, the project promoted social interaction, an appreciation for nature and the beauty of flowers. 


    Complementing the country-style tulip display this year is a European-themed fair that runs from 12 to 21 April in the Flower Field Hall. Experience a slice of Europe with an array of delicious food items, cultural performances and fun activities. 


    Feast on unique Dutch food such as Bitterballen, a savoury Dutch snack made of meat, broth, butter and flour; Stroopwafel, a popular snack consisting of a waffle biscuit with a caramel filling; and Olliebollen, a traditional Dutch donut.


    Tulipmania is on from 0900-2100 hours daily at the FLower Dome from 12 April - 20 May 2019. For more information, check out the Gardens By The Bay website here.

    Compass One's Go Sustainable Initiative

    On 15 April, Compass One launched its green initiative as Singapore’s first mall to pledge support for The Food Bank’s "Food Wastage Reduction & Fight Hunger" movement.

    A strong supporter of the waste reduction cause, this initiative is in line with NEA’s efforts to reduce food waste. Compass One is also the first mall to donate cooked food to Food Bank, which is now included in its food rescue plans. It has actively encouraged mall tenants to participate in this food wastage reduction drive by donating their excess cooked food to The Food Bank. 

    The pioneer batch of participating mall tenants, such as Kopitiam, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, The Soup Restaurant, Ichiban Sushi and Hong Kong Sheng Kee Pau, has shown enthusiastic support for this food rescue programme. The donated food is stored, managed and distributed to over 300 charity organizations and beneficiaries in Singapore.

    In conjunction with the food rescue programme for its green initiative, and with its aim to be a one-stop collection hub for recyclables and excess food within the neighbourhood for Sengkang residents and shoppers, Compass One is also launching a series of fringe activities to encourage the community to actively contribute to waste reduction. 

    Try your hand at making a bag out of your old clothes : 1) Cut both sides of an old T-shirt to open up the seams. 2) Next, cut the bottom third of the shirt into inch-wide strips. 3) Tie each pair of strips together. 4) Cross tip adjoining strips. 5) You now have a bag made from your old T-shirt.

    For more information on the initiative, visit the Compass One website here.