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With the likes of racing superstars Sebastian Vettel, Felipe Massa and Lewis Hamilton already in town for the hotly-anticipated Singapore Grand Prix (which begins tonight and ends 18 September, 2016), we’re all psyched for this weekend.
But if fast cars and parties are not your thing, here’s a guide to other activities that will keep you more than entertained. From quenching your thirst at the newest bars in town, to indulging in some online shopping (the best way to avoid the crowds, of course), there’s much to look forward to this weekend.
Newly-opened modern European restaurant Pyxiemoss gets creative with unconventional offerings such as pig’s head terrine and lamb hearts. Don’t forget to stop by after 10pm, when it serves up scrumptious bar snacks including crispy pork crackling and beetroot macarons.
Whether you’re a gin addict, brandy aficionado or simply craving a tasty cocktail (or two), these new bars are the ones you should hit up the next time you decide to leave work early.
During our recent trip to London, we stayed at the gorgeous Corinthia Hotel and were captivated by its lavish interiors, luxurious swimming pool, extensive spa (which offers up to 17 treatment rooms for the ultimate pampering experience) and posh rooms.
Net-A-Porter has teamed up with J Crew to create a special capsule collection. Comprising coats, sweaters, dresses and pants incorporated with the iconic Breton stripe, the new range is chic and preppy. Snap them up now at Net-A-Porter.
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We were amongst the lucky few to catch Scuderia Ferrari F1 driver Sebastian Vettel at Passione Rossa, the Ferrari cocktail reception for the 2016 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix and Ferrari Challenge Asia Pacific events.
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