Eu Yan Sang
Singapore Waterski & Wakeboard Federation
The Singapore Waterski & Wakeboard Federation runs waterskiing and wakeboarding lessons (from S$90 per hour on weekdays, S$120 on...
Beaujolais Wine Bar
Tough to find a bar with a better location than this one. Get here early, grab a table on the terrace and watch this ultrachic corner of...
A pocket-sized pastry shop that's been in business for around 70 years. Specialises in pastries, tarts and cakes from the southern...
Lonely Planet review
Opened in the early 20th century and now tastefully refurbished, this is Singapore's most famous Chinese medicine centre and has spawned branches across the country. Looking like a modern Western chemist, the goods on the shelves are anything but familiar to Western eyes. Pick up some Monkey Bezoar powder to relieve excess phlegm, or Liu Jun Zi pills to dispel dampness. There are also herbal teas, soups and oils; most remedies come with easy-to-follow labels.