Live Virtual Experiences*
*Live-streaming at designated hours, pls check schedule below.
Culinary Masterclass with Chef Malcolm
Candlenut, the world’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant takes a contemporary yet authentic approach to traditional Straits-Chinese cuisine. The restaurant serves up refined Peranakan cuisine that preserves the essence and complexities of traditional food, with astute twists that lift the often-rich dishes to a different level. Helmed by chef Malcolm Lee, Candlenut is committed to continually create inspired and elevated Peranakan dishes using the freshest seasonal produce available. Cooking can be easy and enjoyable. Join us in this session, as Malcolm chats and demonstrates how you can whip up one of his signature dish right in the comfort of your own home. *Livestreaming at designated hours, please refer to the Programme.
Bake-at-Home Demonstration by Asia’s Best Pastry Chef, Chef Janice Wong
Singaporean born, Janice Wong has learned from some of the world’s best chefs, including US luminaries Thomas Keller and Grant Achatz, virtuoso Spanish chocolatier Oriol Balaguer, and prodigious French pastry chef Pierre Hermé. She has been named Asia’s Best Pastry Chef; for the second year running by the prestigious San Pellegrino Asia’s 50 Best for 2013 & 2014. Janice Wong also won the title of Pastry Chef of the Year from the World Gourmet Summit Awards in 2011, 2013 and 2015. In this session, you can have a chat with her as she shows you how you can easily bake in your own abode; celebrity-style. *Livestreaming at designated hours, please refer to the Programme.
Behind the scene tour and cocktail masterclass with Jamie Koh
The first of its kind in Singapore, Brass Lion Distillery is a full-fledged working distillery in the Lion City and home to the Singapore Dry Gin. A curiosity for gin distillation, combined with a desire for creating a uniquely Singaporean spirit, became the catalyst for the inception of Brass Lion Distillery in 2012. Let founder Jamie Koh take you through the inspiration behind the Singapore Dry Gin – a union of 22 botanicals, made with passion followed by a virtual cocktail-mixing session. *Livestreaming at designated hours, please refer to the Programme.
Killiney Kopitiam: From Coffeeshop to Factory
In this live stream, visit the Killiney Kopitiam - one of Singapore’s oldest coffee shops with its Killiney Road outlet being recognised in Singapore Book of Records 2008 as the ‘Oldest Existing Hainanese Coffeeshop’. Gain a glimpse into the Hainanese culture; the ‘secrets’ of Killiney’s coffee, kaya and paste; and go behind-the-scene and experience virtually how the instant coffee is truly Made-In-Singapore! *Livestreaming at designated hours, please refer to the Programme.
Explore the sights and sounds of Little India
Feast your senses on the wonders of Indian culture as we explore the ethnic enclave of Little India. Learn about the origins of the Indian community in Singapore, their cultural habits and various traditional occupations they were involved in. Visit a Hindu temple to understand their religious practices, as well as festivals that will leave you in awe. With all the sights and sounds of this colourful district, you can be sure there will never be a dull moment on this immersive journey of discovery. *Livestreaming at designated hours, please refer to the Programme.
Home dining with a “Peranakan”
The word “Peranakan” meaning“ descendent” is colloquially used to refer to the descendants of the early Chinese community that settled in the Malay Archipelago around the 17th Century. The Peranakan culture has evolved over the years into a unique blend of customs and traditions with traces of Malay, Chinese and Western influences. Join us as we take a tour to take a deeper look at the Peranakan culture and experience a what a home of a Peranakan looks like. *Livestreaming at designated hours, please refer to the Programme.
Street of Harmony @ Waterloo
Waterloo Street is a microcosm of Singapore's social fabric - where often, the residents of Singapore take for granted. How did different religious temples and churches come to be? What were the ‘ingredients’ that contributed to such harmony? Why is there a joss stick urn in front of a Hindu temple? How much do you know about each of our religions? Through this learning journey, our guides will share these uniquely Singaporeans customs, culture and norms that build our street of harmony. *Livestreaming at designated hours, please refer to the Programme.