Covering architecture, art spaces, shops and markets, dining and entertainment, CITIx60 Singapore City Guide points you to 60 hangouts endorsed by 60 personalities of Singapore’s creative scene. A fishing village turned metropolis, Singapore is perhaps more popularly known as “the country that bans gum”.
The success story of Southeast Asia began with four ethnicities, but this melting pot of cultures only grew more effervescent as friends from across the globe arrived with their stories. As such, the pint-sized country has become a vivid tapestry of cultures, stitched together by eclectic influences lent to her architecture, food, arts and lifestyles.
All at the forefront of their respective creative fields, from film-making and culinary endeavours to advertising and design, see what featured local ambassadors consider an essential to-do list. Initiated and edited by viction:ary, this pocket-sized guide sports an artistic edge with a city map jacket drawn by Esther Goh.