Hot off the press! The latest issue of Singapore Insider is brimming with ideas on the best places to go, eat, shop and play this time of the year
Phew – after months of hard work, the third edition of Singapore Insider, our super awesome quarterly print guide to the city, is ready to be picked up island-wide. Hold on to your hats!
This very special SG50 issue is designed to help you delve deeper than the city’s iconic landmarks, into a wonderful array of authentic local experiences. Inside, you’ll discover what Singapore does best; fabulous hawker food, innovative restaurants, stylish bars and, of course, the most impressive shopping in Southeast Asia.
Of course, the city is throwing an epic party to commemorate its independence, and you can expect loads of shopping deals, exciting events and parties galore. But there’ll be no rest for the wicked after August as the 2015 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix rolls into town this September; bringing with it spectacular live performances, incredible bargains and adrenaline-pumping action on and off the track.
While we pride ourselves on being an awesome tour guide (and your insider-y local friend who knows all), it’s also interesting to know what others think. So for the latest edition, we quizzed professional racecar drivers Yuey Tan and Claire Jedrek, third-generation young hawker Li Ruifang and veteran bumboat tour guide Png Chin Lai on even more handy tips around life in Singapore.
Oh, and for those of you who spend more time in front of the computer than out and about, you can find all of the wondrous stories we’ve written for Singapore Insider right here in our site throughout June. Hey, why not subscribe to our weekly newsletter by entering your email below, to make sure you won’t miss out?
Singapore Insider is published quarterly, in partnership with Singapore Tourism Board. Pick up the printed edition for free at Singapore Visitor Centres island-wide, including Orchard (junction of Cairnhill Road and Orchard Road), orchardgateway, ION Orchard (Level 1 Concierge), and Chinatown Visitor Centre (2 Banda Street), or download the digital version.