Here’s All You Need to Know About Singapore’s 'Fake News' Law

The government started implementing the law today.


Some British Airways Crew Members Streaked in a Singapore Hotel

They got suspended, but at least they’re not spending three months in prison.


How Online Sex Work Is Changing Singapore's Red Light District

The streets of Geylang are less seedy, but is that a good thing?


I Was On A Plane And The Pilot Announced There Was A Bomb on It

“Mum, are we going to be ok? Are we going to reach Changi?"


We Tried the £6 Singaporean Ramen That Almost Won a Michelin Star

Silky char siu pork, crispy wontons, and umami noodles. Singapore's Noodle Story serves high-tier street food.


The Secret Instagram Account Selling Black Metal–Inspired Biryani

Singaporeans queue around the block to try chef Ahmad Zahid’s “biryani of doom,” which he advertises on a private Instagram and sells in limited drops.


Welcome to Singapore, Where New Flats Come with Bomb Shelters

As you'd imagine, everyone fills them with junk.


The Shed, London's Fake No.1 Restaurant, Just Got Debated By Lawmakers

Our important journalism having an important effect on the world.


We Talked to People Queuing for the World's Only Michelin-Starred Street Food Stall

Singapore's Hawker Chan is selling its famous chicken and rice dish at a three-day pop-up in London this week


"Modern Singaporean" Cuisine Is Giving Nasi Lemak New Life

Two wildly different approaches to reinventing a much-loved local dish.


Techno-Punks Are Throwing the Sickest Raves in Singapore

In the face their country's legal hurdles, the progressive crew behind Horizon99 are helping to reignite country's appetite for experimental dance music.