The hotel that never sleeps

Sleep will probably be the last thing on anybody’s mind when at the oh-so-hip-it-hurts Singapore at Sentosa Cove. Think mood changing lights, interactive art installations, and innovative design concepts.

Sense and sustainability

Always wanted to be an eco-foodie but didn’t know where to start? On 11 November, 11 local chefs will impart lessons on green kitchen practices and cooking methods over a luxurious four-hour luncheon.

Tim Ho Wan at Capella

Beat the snaking queues for Tim Ho Wan’s legendary barbecue pork buns at Cassia, Capella, where one Michelin-starred dim dum master Mak Kwai Pui will serve as guest chef from 11 to 14 October.

Wine dinners

Head down to La Cicala at Club Street, and Jim Thompson at Dempsey Hill for a wine dinner. Savour Portuguese wines such as Cape Roca Vinho Verde White and Monte Cascas Colheita Red Douro.

Standard chartered mid-autumn specials

Standard Chartered card members are in for a mid-autumn treat this September that’s sure to take you over the moon. We do a roundup of where to go to enjoy these privileges.

City of duality

Discover the two forms of dining that capture the essence of Shanghai: Benbang—which reflects the city’s Chinese roots, and Hai Pai—which embodies its more cosmopolitan moods.

The maverick chef

He’s known for his radical take on Sichuan cuisine, but chef Yu Bo shares how it’s all part of his plan to preserve his country’s culinary legacy.

Chinoise chic

Inspired by the traditional ways of Chinese water town Zhouzhuang, French designer Thomas Dariel gives three heritage buildings a modern makeover.

Fresh Mediterranean magic

Stephane Cocu, who has trained in Auberge du Moulin de Chameron and opened L’Olivier restaurant in Montpellier, France, has stepped in to helm Waterfall Café, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore’s newest dining establishment.



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