Three Singapore chefs share the inspiration and ethos behind their latest openings.
Best friends and business partners: Alex Chew and Raj Datwani turn their lifestyles into the hottest businesses in town
They've produced Ultra, a megawatt music festival; their restaurant The Kitchen at Bacchanalia clinched a Michelin star, and launched business lounge The Madison Rooms. This year, the prolific duo are set to get the city buzzing once again.
Meet the movers and shakers in arts, entertainment and lifestyle – the top 3 are not older than 30 and making their debut on the list
Chefs have been telling various publications such as The Guardian and Vogue their top picks for the best dishes of the year. In a landmark year when Singapore's hawker food has been lauded with Michelin stars, it may come as no surprise that one top chef singled out Singapore's humble chicken rice as his favourite dish of the year.
The world slows down on the romantic and charming journey through Europe.
They brought Ultra, a popular EDM festival, to Singapore, but started as friends who loved entertaining and organising daytime brunch parties.
The package includes a luxurious breakfast, hotel credits for various amenities and late checkout, available till Dec 29, 2016.
New name, new place, new restaurant? Not quite. Bochinche, Salted & Hung, Fat Lulu's and Ding Dong forge new personalities for themselves.
43 restaurants honoured at the Awards, the largest number over the past 7 years