Far East Organization finally completed the acquisition of Paramount Hotel, which is officially on sale on November. Following the acquisition, the Far East Organization has confirmed that the name of the hotel will be changed into East Village Hotel. Raphael Saw, Far East Hospitality COO, stated that the organization is going to upscale the hotel quality by combining Peranakan culture with modern hotel hospitality. The new unique concept of the hotel is expected to give new and fresh energy to the hotel and the surrounding area.
It’s a festival of flowers this January to welcome the onset of spring at “Spring Wonderland” at Sentosa Flowers 2012 where spring flowers shall be presented – including the most unique and rare ones.
Enjoy the spring celebration by the Bay by immersing into the celebration of Chinese New Year, where else but at River Hongbao 2012. There you can welcome the dragon-themed new year with much spectacular enthusiasm.
The second edition of Art Stage Singapore is coming when renowned collectors, artists, professionals convene to appreciate a gallery of Asian arts at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre in a four-day exhibition on January 12-14, 2012.
Esplanade Theatres by The Bay – Ballet Revolución The graceful glides of seemingly toy soldiers and lovely swans shall fill your nights this January at Esplanade Theatres by The Bay, Singapore. Stay tune to this exciting presentation by the Ballet Revolución. Ballet Revolución has run successfully in Switzerland and Australia and is re-energized to give [...]
Pink Dolphin, a drink label in Singapore launches “Pretty in Pink”, a Singapore fashion show for charity aimed to raise funds to be donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation so as to increase the health awareness that usually concerns women.
Today is the last day of 2011, the new year eve to 2012. Many are having the holiday mood and looking forward to the long weekend. Some people are either in overseas celebrating the New Year 2012 or celebrating with family members, friends or loved ones in Singapore.
For the very first time, Japanese artist Morimura Yasumasa, Hugo Boss Prize nominee in 1996 and internationally renowned for his works will hold a solo exhibition at Singapore’s Ikkan Art Gallery on February 11-25, 2012.
Art enthusiasts shall again have reasons to indulge in Singapore. The annual M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is on its way to convey the best works to the local spectators across various spots – National Museum, Art Museum, The Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, ION Orchard and the Arts House where the great works of cutting-edge, contemporary and socially-linked arts shall be put on show.