Starting as an experiment in 2009 when Jessica was a journalist at The Straits Times, Singapore’s authoritative broadsheet daily newspaper, Eco-Business has since grown into a viable media business for Asia-Pacific’s sustainable business community.
Caffé B, one of Singapore’s longstanding Japanese-Italian restaurant and bar, has settled in a three-storey heritage building, off the fringes of Singapore’s trendy Club Street drinking quarters.
Saké is one of Japan’s most iconic alcoholic exports. With breweries dotted across the peninsula, there are approximately 1200 different sakés to choose from. From Kyoto and Niigata’s premium sakés to Tohoku region’s fruity and complex styles, Adrian Goh, Head Saké Sommelier at Singapore’s Inter Rice Asia has prefecture covered.
Many of us lead busy lives that demand convenience and quick fixes. When things get broken, it’s so much easier to buy a replacement than spend time trying to fix it. However in Japan, ironically the land of instant ramen and vending machines, there exists an ancient art of repairing broken pottery with gold.
The mere mention of Maldives conjures up images of azure seas, luxe water bungalows and isolated islands that come with a hefty price tag. Most vacationers have to fork out more than USD 500 a night. Fortunately, affordable luxury awaits in Maafushi. It offers a romantic retreat which doesn’t break the bank.
When Founder and Managing Director Stephanie Besse first conceived the concept of Forest Adventure over ten years ago, she had one simple goal in mind – to create a fun and exciting outdoor activity for both young and old to enjoy the adrenaline-pumping sense of adventure in Singapore’s natural surrounds.
These days, it is hard to find fairly priced leather that’s functional for men. Retail rentals and brand royalties often lead to markups, which are passed to consumers at a high price. Enter Faire Leather Co., a new age vertically integrated company that runs its own factory and offers direct-to-consumer pricing for functional leather goods.