Lifestyle

Gujarat: The birthplace of non-violence

Located in the western region of India, Gujarat is surrounded by water on three sides and currently, around 52% of the land is classified as desert. As a result, the weather varies across the state, […]

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Life In SG

Double the joy at Faber Peak with Poland’s Bells of Happiness

In celebration of 50 years of Polish-Singapore diplomatic relations reflecting the maritime traditions of the two nations, One Faber Group recently unveiled the newly renamed Poland’s Bells of Happiness after being presented with a second […]

Lifestyle

Lifesaving travel essentials that we all need

With substantial progress in the field of technology, more and more gadgets are becoming available to make life easier and more comfortable. The world of travel is no exception when the talking point is gadgets. […]

Entertainment

Singapore Night Festival 2019: A visual treat

As the Bras Basah and Bugis District light up for the 12thEdition of Singapore Night Festival, I couldn’t help and notice how prominent this event has become through the years. Today, it remains among one […]

Entertainment

Art of Nature Journey to Chiang Mai with Lucinda Law

Lucinda Law’s Within Art Studio organises Art of Nature Journey annually. If you are a nature lover or peace seeker constantly on the lookout for a getaway from the concrete jungle, this retreat is for you. […]

Features

Five endangered places that you must visit now

Some of the great boons of the digital age are the unbound access to social media and the resultant continuous awareness we have of the happenings around us. Our online feeds are flooded with smiling […]

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Five times Indian tourists were amazing

You might have seen the viral video of the Indian family who was caught stealing from a hotel in Bali. This incident has resulted in a conversation across media platforms on how we, as Indians, […]

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