• 31 August, 2018


    Bar Rouge Singapore
    Shanghai’s indisputably iconic nightlife for the destination glitterati – Bar Rouge, makes its inaugural global debut at Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore. Perched 71 floors above the buzzing city with an unobstructed view of Marina Bay area, Bar Rouge Singapore offers an intimate clubbing experience aimed at evoking one’s visual, audio and aural senses. A nice spot to chill out with a Singapore Sling or a Whisky on the rocks.

    There are two areas: a very laid-back jazz bar with a piano and live music & a busy night club one floor up.


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  • 31 August, 2018


    the 27-storey 314-room Oasia Hotel Downtown is a breath of fresh air and welcomed greenery in Singapore’s Central Business District. A true respite in the city, the tropical skyscraper is refreshingly sleek inside, thanks to the modern functionalist style of architect and renowned designer, Patricia Urquiola.
    The living, breathing vertical garden is a remarkable combination of lush foliage, copper, wood and stone. Filled with picturesque sky gardens, terraces and green screens, the hotel is as inviting to the flora and fauna as it is to visiting guests.

    Oasia Hotel Downtown

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  • 31 August, 2018


    No self-respecting food lover would come to Singapore without trying the famous chilli crab.

    There are several good local chinese restaurants with very local atmosphere, something genuine from Singapore not to be missed.

    Try for example “DE GOLDEN SPOON” if you are tempted by their excellent & huge portions.

    Thank you Jeslyn for the nice tip.


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  • 27 August, 2018


    We are not going to write a tip about the MARINA BAY SANDS Hotel, also known as MBS.

    We are not going to write a tip about the amazing views from its “Cè La Vie” roof top bar nor from the views over the huge Casino, the top 9 biggest in Asia after other 8 in Macau city.

    We are not going to write a tip about its surprising infinity swimming pool, said to be the highest in the world, laying on the 57 storey rooftop platform connecting the 3 hotel-buildings like a “T” shape.

    We are not going to write a tip about the un-imaginable beauty of the rear views to the “Gardens by the Bay” and its 2 glass green-houses which had won several prizes for its design, amazing flora and sustainability facilities, all probably a lot inspired by the film “Avatar”, (you will understand why, if you visit).

    We are not going to write a tip about the magical dusk hours, the best moments to get inside the swimming pool, the transition moments when the sun sets and the city lits-on, showing the interiors of every window with its turned lights.

    We are not going to write a tip about the expensive shops, caffes and nice restaurants at the MBS Mall; nor about the local food-corner at the basement, more lively and tasty that in can be imagined.

    Why are we not going to write a tip about all of that?

    Well, mainly because almost everybody already knows the MBS Hotel, and consequently: It can die of success as it’s too crowded!

    Queues at the lobby for a check-in & check-out can be very long.

    And about the swimming pool: Too many used towels everywhere and too many tourists!

    Yet, we had to write something about the MBS, with the good and the bad.

    As a matter of fact, we only wanted to write a tip about the other side of the MBS; we mean, literally at the opposite side in the Bay.

    LANTERN is a fabulous rooftop bar at Fullerton Bay Hotel with amazing views to the MBS itself. Is not high, but it is a delicious corner to sit, to drink and to listen to lounge music plaid by a D.J. at certain hours.

    Sometimes the best of a tourist attraction are the views of it, keeping a reasonable distance…rather than becoming part of it.


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  • 27 August, 2018


    One of the most iconic bars in Singapore. A wonderful spot for drinking & dining in a very exclussive atmosphere.

    ATLAS graces the ground floor of Singapore’s iconic building, Parkview Square, in the historic Bugis neighourhood. Completed in 2002, Parkview Square was the crowning glory of developer CS Hwang, the late chairman of the Chyau Fwu Group.

    Beware: Reservations well in advance are highly advisable!


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  • 27 August, 2018

    SINGAPORE: OSO Ristorante

    A cultural & gastronomical embassy of Italy in Singapore; located on the 27th floor of Oasia Hotel in Downtown…


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