A vibrant, multicultural city-state, Singapore is where passion is made possible. Our new six-part video series explores the very best of Singapore for Foodies, Explorers, Culture Shapers, Collectors, Action Seekers and Socialisers. Tune in to the first three parts of this exciting new series below.

Singapore for Thrill Seekers

Whether it’s ziplining through tree canopies, riding a rollercoaster or simulating the rush of skydiving, there’s something to get every heart racing in Singapore. We explored Sentosa Island to find out a little more about what this thrill seekers’ paradise has to offer.

Singapore for Explorers

One of the best ways to explore a city is on foot, and Singapore rewards curious explorers with accessible green spaces where they can find a bit of tranquility in the middle of the city. We put on our running shoes and uncovered the best places to get active in the city.

Singapore for Culture Shapers

Spend some time walking through the streets and lanes of Singapore and you’ll soon discover a rich tapestry of cultures, where locals of various backgrounds live side by side. They observe the ancient traditions of their ancestral homelands, while at the same time forging their own identity as Singaporean, and creating new art and culture in the process. We explored the vibrant neighbourhoods of Singapore to see it for ourselves.

Singapore for Socialisers

Singapore has one of the most impressive bar and nightlife scenes in Asia, with progressive cocktail bars, funky rooftops and classic watering holes that come alive when the sun goes down. We sat down with Leon Tan, Head Bartender at Native, and Ryan Clift, Owner of Tippling Club, to find out more about what makes Singapore’s nightlife so unique.

Singapore for Collectors

From international brands to local independent designers, Singapore is an endless adventure for those that love to shop. We explore the best shopping across the city, and spend some time with Dennis Tay, Founder of Naiise, to hear more about how the local design and shopping scene is evolving.

Singapore for Foodies

Singapore’s food scene tells the story of its multicultural past, and present. With a meeting of Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and Peranakan cultures comes a vibrant and dynamic dining scene that spans street food to Michelin-starred dining. We spoke to two Michelin-starred chefs – Malcolm Lee of Candlenut and Ryan Clift of Tippling Club – about their take on the evolving dining scene in Singapore.