This year marks the 20th anniversary of the World Gourmet Summit, an annual gastronomic festival organised by A la Carte Productions in Singapore that puts together a unique menu of events featuring culinary talents and dining outlets both local and international. Like an enormous buffet spread with everything and anything you can dream of, the plethora of workshops and events at this festival, spreading out over four weeks, will have...Read More
Known as a vibrant hub of arts, culture and entertainment, Singapore is one of South East Asia’s most exciting destinations for a New Year’s celebration. From fireworks displays above the sparkling waters of Marina Bay to live music beside the beach, there’s no shortage of ways to welcome 2016 in Singapore. Ready to ring in the New Year in spectacular fashion? Follow PARKROYAL on Beach Road’s guide to Singapore’s best celebrations...Read More
Take advantage of Singapore’s unique cultural cross-section and discover Deepavali – a Hindu festival celebrated around the world. Also known as The Festival of Lights, this symbolic holiday dates back to ancient India, commemorating the triumph of light over darkness and the victory of good over evil. Running from 10 November 2015, this five-day festival is the perfect time to explore the sights, sounds and smells of Little India. Find...Read More
The latest addition to Singapore’s dynamic arts and culture scene, the new National Gallery Singapore will open its doors for the first time this November, coinciding with the country’s monumental jubilee celebrations. Set to house the world’s largest collection of South East Asian art, this new space will see two of Singapore’s most iconic buildings – the historic City Hall and Supreme Court – transformed into an expansive, 64,000 square...Read More
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