Food and Beverage

Buffet at Hotel Re! for just $2 this Saturday, 15 May 2010

Buffet at Hotel Re! for just $2 this Saturday, 15 May 2010

Hotel Re! celebrates it’s 2nd birthday this year and recently launched their Weekend International Buffet Brunch – Re!Plenish 923 at Re!Joice at only $2Nett per person for the first 100 guests. Subsequently, for the next 101 to 200 guests, it will be at $20Nett only per person. And $22Nett per […]

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Make Mum Melt this Mothers' Day

Make Mum Melt this Mothers' Day

Famous for their ice cream cakes, Haagen-Dazs rolls out the red carpet for twelve new heavenly cakes that are sure to captivate the taste buds.  The perfect gift and Sweet indulgence are just two beautiful examples for this new cake selection that are suitable for any occasion, especially with Mothers’ […]

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Getting married? Now there's reason to Re!Joice!

Getting married? Now there's reason to Re!Joice!

1 May 2010 – Hotel Re! launched the opening of their newly built ballroom, Re!Joice, on labour day with a bridal show. Overlooking the lush greenery of the city park with its glass panels, the Re!Joice Ballroom offers an ideal mix of indoor grandeur and outdoor serenity. At 16 m […]

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Heineken shows you how to make Mondays Fun!

Heineken shows you how to make Mondays Fun!

26 April 2010, Singapore – Heineken launches their Thank God It’s Monday (T.G.I.M.) campaign to make Mondays more fun.  Held at Ta.Ke @ Studio M Hotel, a new Millenium and Copthorne hotel in Robertson Quay.

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Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day 2010

Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day 2010

  The Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone day is back on 23 March 2010 Participating Outlets VivoCity, The Cathay, Orchard Central, United Square, Great World City, Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park Ben & Jerry’s at Jurong Bird Park & Singapore Zoo finish at 5pm.

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The PAWN – Hong Kong

The PAWN – Hong Kong

The Pawn What used to be a row of four Guangzhou-styled balcony shophouses located at No. 62 Johnston Road in Wanchai, completed between 1888 – 1900s that housed the Woo Cheong Pawnshop is now one of the few remaining Chinese heritage buildings in Hong Kong. The Pawn was unveiled at […]

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