Singapore Tyler Print Institute
Established by the American master printmaker Kenneth E Tyler, the STPI collaborates with both established and emerging artists to...
Hong San See Temple
Perched on a hill, this imposing Chinese temple dates back to 1913. Its sloping tiled roofs and ornamented columns are southern Chinese...
Brussels Sprouts Belgian Beer & Mussels
Cute restaurant bar that lays the Belgian theme on heavy with mussels, trappist ales galore and Tintin murals on the wall (the whole...
The worn coffee-shop tables and breakfast bench here are a result of diners frantically shovelling down walnut bread French toast with...
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Lonely Planet review
This eccentric place (not to be misread as ‘Bong Out’) is weird enough to be straight out of Tokyo. It’s a second-hand bookshop/CD store/restaurant full of students and literati, reading, laughing and slurping ramen (noodlesoups), Japanese curries and Tiger beer (sometimes all at once).