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Things to do in Singapore this weekend

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Learn about Peranakan culture through this exhibition on embroidery and beadwork. Over 200 art pieces, including shoes and table covers, are divided into various sections – auspicious emblems and symbols, techniques and materials, and needlework from various countries including Indonesia, Malacca, Penang and Singapore. 82 more words

Singapore

Best Peranakan restaurants in Singapore

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Repping the Peranakan end of the mod-Sin spectrum, chef-owner Malcolm Lee cuts a pioneering figure on both the local and international stages – and he’s even got a Michelin star to show for it. 257 more words

Singapore

Things to do in Singapore this weekend

(Source: www.timeout.com)

Learn about Peranakan culture through this exhibition on embroidery and beadwork. Over 200 art pieces, including shoes and table covers, are divided into various sections – auspicious emblems and symbols, techniques and materials, and needlework from various countries including Indonesia, Malacca, Penang and Singapore. 82 more words

Singapore

8 NEW Cafes At Katong & East Coast – Time To Head To The East

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If you have yet to visit Katong and East Coast in a while, you should. Not just for Peranakan food and laksa, but NEW Cafes alert. 904 more words

Singapore

Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong

Hotel Indigo is one brand beneath Intercontinental Hotel Group , a UK-based global hotel chain. Positioned itself as a unique boutique hotel offering a refreshingly local experience. 215 more words

Culture

The Never Get Old Town White Coffee - Kota Kasablanka

​Old Town is not the first cafe choice for youngster as it has “kopitiam” concept (which literally means coffee shop) served Peranakan style food and beverage. 107 more words

Food

Refined, Contemporary Peranakan Cuisine

We have a new foodie friend joining our panel of culinary personalities this week! Please meet Chef Jordi Noguera of FOC Restaurant. Today, we talk about this hot Catalan-inspired culinary destination on Hong Kong Street, their plans for more FOC outlets, Chef Jordi’s approach to food and also what he likes to eat since moving here to Singapore… 239 more words

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