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Two additions to the bar scene are breathing new life into locations rich in history.
Along Keong Saik Road – once known for its sordid past as home to brothels from the 1960s to 1980s – all-day bar, coffeehouse and restaurant No Sleep Club, which opened in October, has put a modern spin on a clan-owned three-storey shophouse.
National rower and model Oz Titus Hong’s apartment is located a stone’s throw away from the Singapore Sports Hub where he trains. The SEA Games bronze medallist had trained as an interior designer and used to specialise in hospitality design. Please subscribe or log in to continue reading the full article. Learn more about ST […]
Famed Hong Kong dessert chain Hui Lau Shan – best known for its mango desserts – is back in Singapore, after closing its Orchard Road store 15 years ago. Its first outlet opened on Wednesday at Nex, followed by two more to open soon at Chinatown Point and Jem mall. Highlights on the menu include […]
In an age of celebrity oversharing, actor Keanu Reeves has somehow stayed one of the most private and enigmatic figures in Hollywood. The good guys he plays in action blockbusters such as Speed (1994), the Matrix movies (1999 to 2003) and the John Wick franchise (2014 to now) – which returns today for a third […]