A Mini City Guide: 8 Spots to Visit in Singapore

A Mini City Guide: 8 Spots to Visit in Singapore

A Mini City Guide: 8 Spots to Visit in Singapore

We are a tiny country indeed, but we have a variety of strengths to boast. Design is one of them, and we can proudly say that we do not lack in that aspect. More and more businesses are opting to get their interiors done which is a great boost for both the industry and business. Design is definitely an area that has room for growth and a breeding ground for opportunities. Here we have come with a short list of places worth visiting while in Singapore.

Kinki Restaurant + Bar
70 Collyer Quay, #02-02 Customs House, 049323

A Japanese cuisine spot with a traditional outlook from the streets of Japan. It’s a restaurant and bar combined with a grand view of the Singapore skyline. “Fresh and quality food” is always found in most reviews of the restaurant. Great place to wind down after a long week.

Potato Head Folk 
36 Keong Saik Road, 089143

Quirky themed brunch spot and they also have a rooftop bar on top of the iconic four-storey art deco building.

Apple Store Orchard Road
270 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238857

An Apple store needs no introduction. Known for their impeccable service and clean interior, shopping here will leave you a satisfied experience.

Beyond The Vines
333 Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #02-21, 238897

A local Singaporean label, Beyond The Vines is a contemporary womenswear label known for the minimalist style. Their brick and mortar store reflects their label and what inspires them. “The design team is inspired by the Scandinavian movement – where beautiful and functional everyday objects are not only accessible to the affluent, but to all.” – x

The Warehouse Hotel
320 Havelock Road, 169628, Robertson Quay, 169628

Introduced as “A meticulously-restored heritage building in a former godown on the bank of the Singapore River in Robertson Quay.” Newly opened just late last year, the hotel has already garnered fantastic reviews. Give their rooms a try if boutique hotels are right up your alley!

Coo Hostel
259 Outram Rd, Singapore 169056

Coo Hostel also just opened late last year and it’s a new boutique hostel aimed at millennials, with a bar, a bistro, an outdoor space, and a social app.

National Gallery Singapore
1 Saint Andrew’s Road, #01–01, 178957

The National Gallery is a spot that should not be missed when you’re in Singapore. From the architecture of the building to various exhibits, there’s something for everyone. There’s also a bar on the rooftop to unwind after your day, offering you an incredible view of the city.

National Kitchen by Violet Oon
1 St. Andrew’s Road #02–01, National Gallery, Singapore 178957

By Violet Oon, who often represents Singapore as a food ambassador abroad and “is the grande dame of Singaporean cooking and is widely considered to be an authority on Asian cuisine, specialising in Nyonya food.” Head down to the National Kitchen after your time in the galleries for Peranakan Cuisine if the bar is not your thing. The restaurant has enough raving reviews to encourage your appetite!

Of course, we hope you enjoy the weather and have a great time in our tiny city!

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