Fifty sovereign states. 10,180,000 sq km. 738,200,000 people, which are the word ‘Europe’. However, they do little to convey the diversity found within, which can make it a bewildering place to travel. So here’s a handy guide to your transport options: [Read more…]
A reader Robert recently shared his experience at Le Pont de Vie.
I was recently at the restaurant Le Pont de Vie which has introduced a menu featuring dishes from different European countries which I thought was quite cool. As well as French and Italian, they have dishes from Austria, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Scandinania and the UK. We all enjoyed the chance to get different dining styles under one roof – most unusual.
This Two Star Le Pont de Vie restaurant set in the historic Kampung Glam, one of Singapore’s upcoming dining destinations. With free evening parking, quaint shops and monumental backdrops, Kampung Glam is one of the best preserved heritage districts. [Read more…]
Book online until 31 Mar 09
Paris, Rome or London, if you have been waiting, now is the time to book! Air France’s special fares to Europe start from $ 1,252 (including taxes). Travel has been extended for travel out of Singapore by 30 June 09.
Plus, for every adult ticket purchased on www.airfrance.sg, you will receive a Carrefour shopping voucher worth $150.
Roundtrip/ all-inclusive/ Travel until 30 June 09/ Book by 31 Mar 09: [Read more…]
This year the 18th European Union Film Festival line-up features 21 acclaimed new films, award-winners, national hits and international successes from 17 countries.
Find out details here.
Europe is always too far to reach for some people in Singapore (like me). This is a great opportunity to touch the European culture.
Launched with the opening of the 18th European Union Film Festival, the Season spans over a period of eight months and encompasses several dozen events across every field of European arts and culture – music, theater, dance, visual arts, literature, film and street performance.
Encore! The European Season in Singapore is the first European Cultural Season ever organized anywhere in the world. And given the potential of such a tool to bring our people closer together, it is only proper for it to become a yearly event and an ever-stronger bond between Europe and Singapore.
Visit The European Season website for details.