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kult kafé A short trek from Dhoby Ghaut MRT will bring you to kult kafé perched atop the quaint Emily Hill. Its colonial architecture and surrounding garden make a picturesque setting away from the urban buzz. This friendly bar attracts a creative community who are drawn to its laidback vibe, eclectic music and delicious cocktails. Each month the kafé hosts an afternoon party, titled Sunday on the Hill, to showcase budding DJs and provide family-friendly activities to keep the whole tribe entertained. 11 Upper Wilkie Rd, Singapore 228120
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NUS Baba House This beautiful heritage building is a testament to Singapore’s cultural diversity, with its mélange of architectural styles and vibrant use of colour. Formerly the home of a wealth Peranakan family, the house was turned into a living museum in 2008 to depict life and culture of the Peranakans in the early 20th century. For a taste of the aromatic flavours of Pernankan cooking, take a short stroll to the popular Candlenut restaurant, where Chef Malcolm serves traditional dishes with a contemporary twist. (NUS Baba House) Visits by appointment only – 157 Neil Road, Singapore 088883 (Candlenut) 331 New Bridge Road, #01-03 Dorsett Residences, Dorsett Residences, Singapore 088764
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