Check out popular cafes from around the world without even having to get on a plane. The four-day Cafe Culture, which will run from Aug 29 to Sep 1, will let you do just that.
The event at Sands Expo and Convention Centre at Marina Bay Sands will showcase 10 international cafes and eateries. Visitors can look forward to enjoying brews and bites from Coffee Collective from Copenhagen; Sisterfields from Bali, the iconic Seminyak breakfast and brunch spot; and Melbourne’s Lune Croissanterie for croissants that the New York Times has referred to as “may be the finest you will find anywhere in the world.”
Other participants include St Ali and Auction Rooms from Melbourne, Switch Coffee Tokyo, Roots and Roast from Bangkok, Pushers from Shanghai, and KOI Dessert Bar from Sydney.
Each concept is designed to capture the spirit of the original outlet in its home country so you can go cafe hopping like never before. Visitors can purchase a one- or four-day pass online at cafeculture.sg or at the door, with prices starting from $45, which includes F&B vouchers.
“With Cafe Culture, we wanted to focus on bringing some of the best concepts available outside of Singapore here in order to create something new and unique for consumers,” said Darren Chen, executive director of organiser Savour Events. “Imagine pairing pastries from Melbourne with artisanal coffee from Tokyo, or tucking into pancakes from Bali followed by tea from Shanghai.”
Cafe Culture is on from Aug 29 to Sep 1 at Level 1, Hall C, Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands.