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Singapore writer who compiled 98 kueh recipes says making your own kueh is ‘absolutely worth the effort’
How many kuehs can you name?
30 incredible pictures show the designs for Singapore’s Founders’ Memorial – and you can vote which to build
Singapore's skyline will have a new addition by 2027. Which will it be?
Lee Hsien Loong was ‘stunned and terrified’ when asked to sing Catholic High school song for alumni’s 50th anniversary
It's been 50 years, but he still remembers the words!
Over 2,000 people attended the finale of the year-long Istana 150 commemoration, which is the first time the Istana opened it's doors to the public after sunset.
To-do list for October: nighttime lightshow at the Istana
Former Indonesian president Habibie once called Singapore a ‘little red dot’ – here’s what actually happened
"You see, a friend in need is a friend indeed. I don't have that feeling from Singapore," he reportedly said.
Singapore’s latest national monument is a grass patch – and it’s apparently where Sang Nila Utama saw that lion
Did you know? Raffles’ statue used to be located at the Padang - until it kept getting hit by footballs.
MPH Bookstores is closing its last two Singapore shops – here’s a look back at the store in its heyday at Stamford Road
Remember MPH Building? What good times.
Even spending S$280 at the Singapore Mint can't help you.
Singapore just released a special S$20 note for its bicentennial – here’s who the 8 people featured on it are
Get to know these eight historical figures of Singapore.