Saturday, February 8, 2014

Enjoy Your Stay at Singapore

Capbri by Fraser @ Changi City, Singapore

Set to unveil over 73 new properties across 39 cities world-wide over the next three years, serviced residences leader Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd (Frasers) will be launching a Capri by Fraser ( 3 Changi business Park Central 1, Singapore 486037. Tel,: +65 6933 9833) property in Singapore by the third quarter of 2012. With its extensive range of facilities and customizable services, this new kid on the block is set to rival or even surpass the standards of five-star luxury hotels, but without the hefty price tag.

Each studio will be equipped with a slew of intelligent urban services including iPad activated check-in, interactive e-concierge and Wi-Fi e-Print facilities for business, meeting rooms with interactive walls, and a Data Box to charge all digital devices. Studios are also decked out in a tasteful selection of furniture and furnishings, including home entertainment systems, DVD players, Geneva Lab audio systems, luxurious bathrooms, spacious walk-in wardrobes, kitchenettes and more – fully epitomizing the definition of ‘stay in’.


Set on the grounds of the idyllic island of Sentosa, W SingaporeSentosa Cove, (21 Ocean way, Singapore 098374; Tel.: +65 6808 7288) with its top-of-the-range amenities an first class facilities, is poised to become one of the prime luxurious beachfront retreats in Singapore. Slated to open its doors on 16 September, the hotel will feature 240 sea and marina facing guestrooms, including five WOW (presidential) suites – all stylishly fitted with top-of-the-line 42” LED TVs, mood lightings, plus a feather-top mattress and goose-down comforter for a sound night’s rest. To celebrate its debut in Singapore, the hotel is offering the ‘island Glamour Welcome’ package, which includes a one-night-stay, breakfast for two at W’s signature restaurant, The Kitchen Table, and specially concocted cocktails. Price start from $310+++ per package.

DFS Galleria Singapore

Luxury travel retailer DFS has revamped Singapore’s Beauty Hall, the massive 15,000 square feet hall not only stocking over 50 familiar brand favourites such as Guerlain, MAC and Sk-II, but also new additions Benefit, La Mer, and Kiehl’s. the real icing however, is the store’s exclusive rights to Giorgio Armani Beauty’s make up and skincare products – also the international luxury brand’s first foray into the local scene. Need beauty fixes in a jiffy? Store patrons can check into the DFS Beauty concierge, offering complimentary beauty services like personalized skin consultations, hand massages, eyebrow shaping services, makeovers and even airbrush makeup workshops.

ION Orchad, Singapore

Beefing up an already stunning portfolio of homegrown and international retail brands, ION Orchad has welcomed another slew of prolific names, including Yves Saint Laurent Beaute boutique – also southeast Asia’s first flagship store, Parisan haute couture store Carven, as well as beauty newblie  Beauty by nature from Australia. Men are equally catered for with the launch of Lab Series’ skincare and hair solutions store, while their female partners can zip straight to the newly opened Victoria’s Secret and Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) outlet, the latter due to open by end 2012.

Start Planning now for some of the Best Events in Singapore

NTUC Income Kite Festival Singapore

For the fourth year running, this event plans to gather kite enthusiasts, as well as those who fancy a day of kite flying to exciting kite performances from international kite masters, kite making workshops and performances. This year’s special – Kite Messages Canopy, allows participants to send their messages of love through an 8m by 1.5m installation.

Cats of the World Exhibition

Held at The Arts House, this exhibition showcases photos of our feline friends taken by aspiring and professional photographers. On 15 and 22 this month, there will also be a Saturday ‘Purrzaar Market’, which is a cat-themed flea market that offers interesting cat-related merchandise and crafts.


Originating from the traditional Korean Music performance samulnori, this thrilling theatrical spectacle will see four regular-looking chefs ‘cook up’ a series of knives-tossing and utensils-flipping acrobatic stunts and comedy. For more information, please log on:

The Wedding Dress

The collaboration between the National Museum of Singapore and Victoria Albert Museum in London sees a splendid collection of wedding dresses from celebrated designers such as John Galliano, Vera Wang, Vivienne Westwood and the likes. There will also be a presentation of Western and traditional wedding costumes worn by Singapore women of various ethnic groups

Sentosa Spooktacular

The braves and adventurous should not miss this event held at Fort Siloso, Sentosa. With five terrifying trails, including a haunted army camp and a creepy doll maker’s house, coupled with ghoulish characters roaming around the compound, Halloween is never going to be the same.

A Life of PracticeKuo Pao Kun

Not only was Kuo Pao Kun a forerunner in Singapore’s arts and culture industry, he was also an art activist and public intellectual. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the passing of this Singaporean talent, the National Museum of Singapore presents Kuo’s life through a selection of photographs manuscripts, letters, costumes and archival footage.

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