Singapore Pocket Precincts: A Pocket Guide To The City'S Best Cultural Hangouts, Shops, Bars And Eateries
- About the Authors
Singapore might be small in size, but it definitely packs in plenty of excitement, while also being firmly rooted in its traditions. Here, sleek skyscrapers sit aside heritage-protected temples, mosques and churches. You can shop to your heart's content before recharging with a plate of Michelin-starred chicken rice in a hawker centre, and then satiate your cultural appetite with a spot of museum and gallery hopping. If museums aren't your thing, go for a walk through the kitschy neon-lit 'supertrees' at Gardens by the Bay, or fawn over giant pandas at the Singapore Zoo.
Singapore Pocket Precincts is your curated guide to the city's best cultural, shopping, eating and drinking experiences. This guide also includes a selection of 'field trips' encouraging you to venture further to the islands of Pulau Ubin and Sentosa.
As partners in both life and work, writers Shawn Low and Wyn-Lyn Tan have sniffed out the latest and greatest in the buzzing city-state of Singapore. Shawn has worked as a writer and editor for Lonely Planet, hosted travel videos and has recently co-founded a London-based travel tech start-up named Firef.ly. Wyn-Lyn is a visual artist represented by FOST Gallery in Singapore and Sapar Contemporary in New York. She has also spent many years editing and writing content for various Singapore lifestyle magazines.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 192
Year Published: 2019