cities
Tokyo is No Longer the Most Expensive City in the World

Tokyo is no longer the priciest metropolis in the world—it has been supplanted by another, far more inaccessible city. Want to take a guess who it is? It's not New York. It's not San Francisco. The world's most expensive city is Singapore, according the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Read More >>

money
Londoners, Try to Be Happy -- Singapore is the REAL Most Expensive City

An entirely different set of metrics to the ones used by some other people has decided that, no, London isn't really the most expensive place to exist in the world -- it's actually Singapore. London doesn't even make the top six. Read More >>

architecture
This Building By Supercar Designer Pininfarina Looks Like a Ferrari

Pininfarina: you may know it as the high-end Italian firm that designs fast, expensive cars like Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Now, for the first time, its designers are branching out into residential design with a block of flats in Singapore. And it looks just like the cars it designs. Read More >>

monster machines
The Mini Crab Bot Will Crawl Down Your Throat to Cure Your Cancer

The famous Chili Crab dish from Singapore inspires more than just drooling. A pair of researchers have developed a robot with two tiny crab-like pincers that attacks stomach cancer via your mouth. Read More >>

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Base Jumping Off of the Most Insane Pool in the World

Singapore's Marina Bay Sands hotel is home to one of the most-photographed and internet beloved swimming pools on the planet. It's atop a massive tower, and looks seamless, like a levitating mirror. So why not leap off off of it? Read More >>

environment
Giant Sea Sponge and Possible Eames Inspiration Rediscovered in Singapore

Doesn't this amazing sea sponge look like an Eames molded plastic chairs? We can't say for sure it was the design duo's inspiration, but we do know that until it was recently rediscovered, scientists thought "Neptune's cup" was extinct. Read More >>

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