Even before it was fully opened, this funky shop was lauded by British newspaper The Guardian as one of the best museum stores in the world ... including one at Singapore Art Museum (71 Bras Basah Road, #01-04) and Liang Court (177 River Valley Road.
Aside from that, he’s taken the time to read books on the train. “I try to do one to two books a week,” he said, and that he loves “that old book smell.” When asked about his reading, “I can only say that the Bras Basah Complex is very happy to.
In partnership with Singapore Tourism Board, we have checked out these four neighborhoods where you ... The scene: Bras Basah demonstrates how old meets new in the Singapore art scene. Best known for its grand national museums and monuments, the district.
Beginning with a modest single cupboard of books in the 1830s on Stamford Street, it is now a sleek and modern 10-story structure on Victoria Street, right in the vicinity of the iconic Raffles Hotel, the Bras Basah shopping ... Truly the best way to.
A Singaporean artist has launched a book which showcases his various sketches from 14 different countries after he and his wife quit their jobs to travel around Asia and Europe. Mr James Tan and his wife Joanne decided to commemorate the half-way point.
Located at Bras Basah Complex, The Select Centre is up against The Short ... but I see this as vindication of my belief that translation is one area where Singapore can rank with the best in the world,” he added on his post. The winners will be announced.
Now, Popular Holdings’ Prologue store at Ion Orchard has just ... One idea might be to designate, say the Bras Basah Complex or the former MPH building in Stamford Road as intended for booksellers and related activities. Its proximity to the Singapore.
Many lament today's sluggish book industry, but in the golden years of Singapore's book trade, bookshops flourished along North Bridge Road. The flurry of bookstore closures in recent years prompted the Chou Sing Chu Foundation, a non-profit.
Mr Abdul Nasser Basheer Ahmad. Mr Nasser first opened the store at Bras Basah Complex in 1991. It mainly stocks graphic design, architecture and photography books . The store made its overseas foray soon after, opening outlets in Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta.
Basheer was an itinerant bookseller who brought his books directly to his customers. Now the shop is based in the heart of Singapore's shopping district, but it has retained its independence of spirit. You can pick up a book on any aspect of the visual.