Singapore property developer SC Global and its joint venture partners, Hong Kong-listed New World Development and Far East Consortium, have slashed asking prices at Cuscaden Reserve by as much as 20%.
According to a WhatsApp message from property agents, units at Cuscaden Reserve will be priced at $2,900 psf. A two-week preview began on March 2, with expressions of interest (EOI) by cheque submissions. Booking of units is said to begin on March 16. PropNex, ERA, Huttons Asia, OrangeTee & Tie and SRI are appointed marketing agents.
Based on caveats lodged to date, 12 units (6.25%) out of 192 have been sold at an average price of $3,625 psf. Hence, the new starting price reflects a 20% price cut.
"Response over the weekend was pretty strong, with buyers attracted by the price point," says Ken Low, managing partner of SRI.
Booking of units will proceed on March 16. Given the exclusivity of the project, units will likely be sold by private placement, notes Dominic Lee, head of luxury at PropNex.
Cuscaden Reserve was designed by SCDA Architects (the same architect for SC Global's two other luxury developments, the 55-unit Ladyhill and the 66-unit The Marq on Paterson Hill) and obtained Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) in August 2023.
SC Global and its joint venture partners paid $410 million for the 61,597 sq ft, 99-year leasehold site in April 2018. SC Global is said to have a 40% stake in the joint venture, with New World Development holding another 40% and Far East Consortium, the remaining 20%. The partners emerged at the top of nine bids at the close of the government land sale (GLS) tender. Their purchase price for the land also translated to a record $2,377 psf per plot ratio (psf ppr).
Since the residential development site was purchased before the July 2018 cooling measures, the developers' additional buyer's stamp duty (ABSD) for unsold units within a five-year or 5.5-year (during Covid) sales period is likely to be 15% of the land acquisition cost or $61.5 million.
However, apart from the ABSD, the developers of Cuscaden Reserve could also be motivated to sell their remaining units before the debut of the upcoming project at the Orchard Boulevard GLS site just across the road.
The 80:20 joint venture between UOL Group and Singapore Land (SingLand) Group beat three other developers to win the 75,657 sq ft, 99-year leasehold GLS site on Orchard Boulevard with a top bid of $428.28 million. The land rate of $1,617 psf ppr is 32% below Cuscaden Reserve's $2,377 psf ppr six years ago.
URA awarded the Orchard Boulevard GLS site to the UOL-SingLand joint venture on Feb 21. The future development, estimated to have 280 units, will be linked underground to the Orchard Boulevard MRT Station on the Thomson East Coast Line next to the site.
SRI's Low reckons the new condo by UOL-SingLand could be priced in the $3,000 to $3,200 psf range. The upcoming development is expected to have larger format units, mainly two-, three- and four-bedrooms, similar to Watten House. Hence, the new project at Orchard Boulevard will likely focus on a different market segment, "with predominantly family-sized units targeted at the younger rich or retirees looking to right-size", he adds.
Cuscaden Reserve, on the other hand, is the second development under SC Global's Petit Collectible, a series of luxury projects featuring smaller units. However, these developments still enjoy SC Global's estate management and trained concierge service under its Seven Palms Resort Management and Concierge Services.
Units at Cuscaden Reserve are a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments from 700 sq ft to 1,163 sq ft. There are six 2,099 sq ft four-bedroom apartments from the 21st to the 26th floors. They are reconfigured from a two- and three-bedroom apartment on these floors. A sole duplex penthouse of 3,755 sq ft spans the 27th and 28th floors.
According to caveats lodged, the highest psf price achieved to date is $3,830 psf for a 1,163 sq ft, three-bedroom unit on the 26th floor that fetched $4.452 million in June 2022. The last transacted unit was a 936 sq ft, two-bedroom unit on the 23rd floor of the 28-storey block. It fetched $3.537 million ($3,777 psf) in December 2023.
"The latest price discount and the unit sizes at Cuscaden Reserve has, therefore, attracted mainly investors," says SRI's Low. He points to recent transacted rents, where a one-bedroom unit was leased out at $5,600 per month last December, and a two-bedroom unit was leased out for $8,000 a month last November. Hence, rents achieved are hovering at $8 psf to $9 psf per month.
In 4Q22, the proptech company posted a $5m net loss.
Proptech company PropertyGuru reported a $1m net profit in 4Q23, recovering from its $5m net loss in 4Q22.
The company attributed its improved bottom line to higher revenue for the period.
PropertyGuru recorded a revenue of $42m in 4Q23, 4% higher year-on-year (YoY).
In the same period, the company recorded a 4% YoY higher marketplace revenue of $40, driven by its Singapore segment, which recorded a 23% YoY uptick in revenue to reach $23m.
The company attributed its improved Singapore marketplace revenue to growth in the number of agents and the Average Revenue Per Agent (ARPA).
Singapore’s 4Q23 ARPA of $1,312 was up 22%YoY, whilst the number of agents in the market was up over 100 from 3Q23.
Millions of people live with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. While both disorders cause a reaction to the protein in this grain crop, symptoms and severity vary.
Why does the difference matter? Knowing which one you have helps you make the right choices to protect your health. Many people also appreciate the peace of mind a definitive diagnosis gives.
You should have the facts if you suspect you have either disorder or love someone who does. Here are six things you should know about celiac disease versus gluten intolerance:
How They Are Diagnosed
Celiac disease is not a food allergy but an autoimmune condition that causes a full-scale inflammatory response when a person who has it ingests wheat gluten. While typical food allergy testing involves skin pricks to test your reactivity to various substances, diagnosing celiac disease is more invasive.
Doctors begin with a blood test to measure antibodies that indicate an immune response to gluten. Your physician then uses an endoscope to take a small biopsy of small intestinal tissue to examine it for damage to the lining. In some cases, advanced imaging techniques can explore the entirety of the small bowel, enhancing the provider’s view through novel light technology.
The Underlying Causes
Non-celiac gluten intolerance can baffle doctors. It can produce similar symptoms to celiac disease, absent the autoimmune response. Even traditional allergy testing may not have skin effects, and there is currently no specific test to confirm this diagnosis. Doctors remain unsure of the underlying cause, although some suspect the glyphosate used to spray wheat crops is a potential culprit.
Celiac disease, in comparison, is an autoimmune disease. While science remains unsure exactly what combination of factors triggers overactive immune responses in some, there is a strong family connection suggesting a genetic predisposition.
While both conditions increase systemic inflammation, gluten intolerance doesn’t lead to lasting damage. Celiac disease, however, harms the small intestinal lining with each exposure.
The Range Of Symptoms
Both people with celiac disease and gluten intolerance experience similar gastrointestinal symptoms after ingesting wheat, including:
However, those with celiac disease often experience a wider range of symptoms. They may experience nausea and vomiting and develop anemia or nutritional deficiencies from poor absorption. Additionally, they may have:
The Effects Of Accidental Ingestion
People with celiac disease and gluten intolerance often follow gluten-free diets to control their symptoms. However, the effects may differ if they accidentally ingest the troublesome substance.
A single milligram of wheat gluten is enough to cause reactivity in someone with celiac disease, with symptoms appearing anywhere from a few hours to several days after ingestion. Conversely, someone with gluten intolerance generally has to eat a substantial amount of the offending food before getting sick.
Why does it matter? Someone with a gluten intolerance can probably do fine by picking the croutons off their lunchtime salad if the restaurant accidentally forgets. Someone with celiac disease, however, should insist on fresh greens or risk a reaction.
How Common Each Is
Celiac disease is relatively rare, affecting less than 1% of the total population. The percentage with a wheat allergy is equally low at less than 1%. However, many people experience gluten intolerance with no identifiable underlying condition.
The relative rarity of celiac disease and allergies makes specifying your diagnosis crucial when dining out at restaurants and working with caterers. Folks with either condition may need food prepared in a dedicated gluten-free kitchen to be truly safe and likely eschew buffet-style dining due to the cross-contamination risk. However, those with gluten intolerance are generally fine as long as they avoid the gluten-containing menu offerings.
How To Treat Each Condition
The basic treatment for celiac disease and gluten intolerance is the same: avoid wheat and products made from it. However, even this rule is easier said than followed. Many of the ultra-processed convenience foods people rely on contain it, as does sandwich bread and rolls, baked goods, pasta and crackers.
Fortunately, hope exists, as manufacturers today use more alternative flour in products targeted to the gluten-free crowd. Doing so allows people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance to enjoy favorites like spaghetti off store shelves, although they should read labels carefully. You can also experiment with flours such as the following when baking at home:
Scientists are hard at work finding solutions to celiac disease. They include genetically modified crops with reduced gluten content, digestive enzymes and peptidases and inhibiting or blocking certain cells responsible for spurring inflammation.
What To Know About Celiac Disease And Gluten Intolerance
Many people are sensitive to wheat. However, it’s important to know if you have an intolerance or celiac disease. While both produce symptoms, celiac disease can result in lasting small intestinal damage. Understanding the difference between celiac disease and gluten intolerance empowers you to make better choices regarding your health.
Remember that fiery Yves Saint Laurent fragrance commercial for Libre that aired absolutely everywhere, featuring English popstar Dua Lipa singing “Freedom” multiple times in all caps? It’s possible that pretty soon, we’ll be treated to another Dua Lipa YSL commercial being played everywhere on a loop, but this time for YSL Beauty’s new makeup collection. In exciting news, Dua Lipa has been named as YSL Beauty’s global makeup ambassador to front their brand new LoveShine collection, released today. Ooh la la!
Dua Lipa As YSL Beauty’s Global Makeup Ambassador
Why Dua Lipa?
As mentioned, the Grammy-winning artist has a long-standing relationship with the French luxury fashion house, representing them as YSL’s Beauty global brand ambassador since 2019. It’s a no-brainer for the duo to continue expanding their partnership with new ventures, starting with makeup. Lipa herself said, “This feels like a very natural progression in our relationship. I’ve been with the brand for five years now. I’ve grown up with the brand.”
Of course, YSL Beauty expressed nothing but excitement for this new partnership. “Dua Lipa brings an electrifying energy to our brand, inspiring women to not just wear makeup, but to make a statement about who they are and what they stand for. Her influence is a celebration of individuality, a statement of empowerment, encouraging everyone to embrace their unique beauty with confidence,” said Stephan Bezy, the international general manager of YSL Beauty through a press release.
Through working with their new global makeup ambassador, YSL Beauty hopes to appeal to a new generation of beauty consumers in 2024. Given how massive of a global cultural phenomenon Lipa’s career has been, the 28-year-old will definitely help reach that goal. Exhibit A: Lipa’s latest music video for her single Training Season featured her reapplying a YSL lipstick, which set the internet abuzz. Everyone attempted to identify the product, only to discover that the lipstick is a part of the upcoming collection for which Lipa serves as the ambassador (namely the YSL LoveShine Candy Glaze in the shade Nude Pleasure).
Dua Lipa and YSL Beauty’s first makeup related campaign is for the launch of YSL LoveShine, made available on their website today. Fun fact: Dua Lipa’s name translates to the word “Love” in Albanian, her native language. We love a creatively obscure nod.
YSL’s Loveshine Collection
The new YSL LoveShine collection consists of “20 luscious shades of YSL LoveShine Lipsticks and 11 juicy colours of YSL LoveShine Candy Glaze.” These two latest lipstick formulas from YSL Beauty grant their customers the option to choose between rocking a wet shine or a glossy shine on the lips. Whether applying the LoveShine Lipstick or the Candy Glaze, both products will keep your lips looking plump, shiny, and juicy, with 24-hour dripping hydration and extremely buildable coverage.
With a collective shade range of 31 beautiful colours, there’s a shade of YSL LoveShine Lipstick and YSL LoveShine Candy Glaze for everyone, regardless of their skin tone and preferences. YSL Beauty’s new global makeup ambassador sang it best in her 2018 hit, “One kiss is all it takes, falling in love with me, possibilities, I look like all you need.” Apparently, Lipa can predict the future because the YSL LoveShine collection is a major need.
Click here to view the brand new YSL Beauty range.
In case you’re still looking for a dining spot to celebrate a special occasion, we’ve got just the option for you. Stirling Steaks in East Coast’s popular steak buffet is available daily from now till while stocks last, priced from just $35++ per person!
The steak butchery and restaurant is offering free-flow steaks and unlimited meats, at just $35++ for lunch from 12pm to 3pm, or $38++ for dinner from 6pm to 9pm. Do note that there is a one-hour time limit for this buffet.
You get to choose from two steak cuts: ribeye and sirloin, which are served medium by default. The steakhouse uses chilled fresh beef from Australia, so you know the quality is there.
Besides unlimited servings of char-grilled steak, you can also look forward to free-flow meats, including grilled pork and beef shabu, dory fillet, chicken thigh, garden salad, and fries.
Also, your first round of sauce is free, and there’s a $0.50 top-up for an extra serving thereafter.
There’s a dining limit of one hour for the price, but you can top-up $8++ per person to extend your dining time by 30 minutes, or $12++ per person for an hour
You won’t miss the steakhouse as it stands out with its bright red storefront. Inside, the cosy and homey restaurant has a butchery corner for those who wish purchase a steak or two to recreate the experience at home!
Address: 115 East Coast Road, Singapore 428804
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 8940 4245
Stirling Steaks is not a halal-certified eatery.
A freehold strata restaurant unit within Killiney 118 condo, along Killiney Road in River Valley (District 9), has been put up for sale via an expression of interest (EOI) exercise, according to a Feb 27 press release by JLL Singapore. The guide price for the 4,036 sq ft unit is $20 million, translating to about $4,955 psf on the strata area.
It is the only strata commercial unit within the 30-unit Killiney 118 condo and is on the ground floor of the six-storey building. The unit is currently leased to a café and wine bar known as Bloom.
The property has permanent approval for restaurant use and a prominent road frontage with a barrier-free entrance. It is five minutes from Somerset MRT Station and has direct access to the prime Orchard Road belt.
The property’s surrounding locality is undergoing rejuvenation, which will enhance shoppers’ experience within the Somerset precinct and broader Orchard Road area, says Terry Wong, JLL’s senior director of capital markets. “This presents a great opportunity for high-net-worth individuals, family offices or business owners who wish to partake in the Orchard Road transformation story,” he adds.
Given the size of the unit, the property could be subdivided into multiple smaller F&B concepts, subject to authorities’ approval, adds Wong. The EOI exercise closes on March 28 at 3pm.
Profit attributable to the company’s shareholders was $180.5m.
ComfortDelGro recorded a 4.3% YoY higher profit attributable to its shareholders of $180.5m in FY23.
The company also recorded a 2.6% YoY or $99.5m higher group revenue of $3.88b for the period on the back of increases in its different business segments, including Public Transport, which saw a 2.5% YoY uptick in revenue ($2.96b).
Other segments which recorded revenue increases were the Taxi / PHV Business (+3.6% YoY; $574.7m), Inspection and Testing Services (+3.3% YoY; $109.5m), and Other Segments (+10.8% YoY; $93.0m).
With improved financial performance, the company proposed a final tax-exempt one-tier dividend of $0.0376 per share, representing a payout ratio of 80%.
Finding the perfect bra can seem like an impossible task. With endless options and styles to choose from, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and settle for whatever feels most comfortable. However, did you know that wearing the wrong bra can not only be uncomfortable but also have a negative impact on your health? That’s right – a high-quality bra is more than just a fashion statement, it can actually improve your overall wellbeing.
In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to find the right bra for your body to ensure both comfort and health. Without further ado, let’s get started.
Understand The Bra Styles Available
There are various types of bras available on the market, all designed to fit different body shapes and provide varying levels of support. Understanding the different styles can help you determine which one is best suited for your needs. For instance, the black Balconette bra style is great for providing lift and support, enabling you to wear low-cut tops without showing your bra. On the other hand, a sports bra is designed for high-impact activities and offers maximum support during physical exercise.
Other popular styles include t-shirt bras, push-up bras, and strapless bras. Knowing these different options can help you make an informed decision when it comes to finding the perfect bra for your body and health.
Know Your Measurements
Finding the right size for your bra is crucial for both comfort and health. Many women make the mistake of wearing a bra with incorrect sizing, which can lead to back pain, shoulder discomfort, and even breathing problems. To determine your correct measurements, you will need to measure your bust size and band size.
The band size is the measurement around your ribcage, while the bust size is the measurement around the fullest part of your breasts. It is recommended to get professionally measured at a lingerie store to ensure accurate measurements.
Understanding Your Breast Shape
Apart from knowing your measurements, it’s also important to understand your breast shape when looking for a high-quality bra. Every woman’s breasts are unique, and finding a bra that complements your shape is essential for both comfort and health. Some common breast shapes include round, teardrop, asymmetrical, and bell-shaped.
Each shape may require different types of bras to provide the right support and fit. For example, women with teardrop-shaped breasts may benefit from a full-cup bra, while those with asymmetrical breasts may need to find bras with adjustable straps for better fit. Understanding your breast shape can help you narrow down your options and find the perfect bra for your body.
Pay Attention To The Band
The band of a bra is often overlooked but plays a crucial role in providing support. It is recommended to choose a bra with a snug-fitting band that sits parallel to the ground and does not ride up or dig into your skin. A loose band can lead to back pain, while a tight band can cause discomfort and restrict breathing.
Additionally, make sure the band is made of high-quality materials such as spandex or elastane for added stretch and support. When trying on a bra, always adjust the band to ensure a comfortable and secure fit.
Consider Support And Comfort
Support and comfort are two crucial factors to consider when looking for a high-quality bra that can improve your health. The right bra should not only provide support but also be comfortable to wear throughout the day.
When trying on bras, pay attention to how they feel against your skin. Avoid bras with rough or uncomfortable materials that may cause irritation. Look for bras with adjustable straps and multiple hook-and-eye closures to ensure a comfortable fit.
Also, consider the level of support you need based on your breast size and activity level. A supportive bra can reduce strain on your back, shoulders, and breasts, promoting better posture and overall health.
Invest In Good Quality Materials
Investing in a high-quality bra made from good materials is essential for both comfort and health. Bras made from cheap, synthetic materials can cause irritation and discomfort, leading to skin problems. On the other hand, bras made from soft and breathable fabrics like cotton or bamboo can provide better comfort and reduce the risk of skin irritation.
Additionally, look for bras with added features such as moisture-wicking properties and seamless designs for maximum comfort. While high-quality bras may come at a higher price, they are worth the investment for your overall health and well-being.
Finding the right bra is not just about looking good, it’s also about feeling good and taking care of your health. By understanding the different types of bras available, knowing your measurements and breast shape, paying attention to the band, considering support and comfort, and investing in good-quality materials, you can find a high-quality bra that improves your overall well-being. Don’t settle for just any bra – invest in one that fits well, feels comfortable, and supports your body.
For four decades, KOSÉ SEKKISEI has epitomised the quest for “beautiful, translucent, snow-like skin” through its unwavering dedication to natural science research. Now, the brand proudly unveils its most transformative renewal to date, heralding a new era of skincare excellence.
At the heart of this evolution lies the discovery of a pioneering active ingredient, “W-glycyrrhetinic acid stearyl ester,” derived from licorice, a botanical treasure revered in both Japanese and Chinese traditions.
About W-glycyrrhetinic Acid Stearyl Ester
Derived from licorice, the innovative active ingredient within KOSÉ SEKKISEI’s formulations, W-glycyrrhetinic acid stearyl ester, addresses the root causes of dark spots, dullness, and rough skin.
By inhibiting the production of inflammatory substances triggered by external stimuli such as UV rays, this proprietary ingredient strengthens the skin barrier, nurturing healthier and more resilient skin. Notably, KOSÉ SEKKISEI is the first in Japan to receive approval for the use of glycyrrhetinic acid stearyl ester SW for brightening and preventing rough skin and sensitivity.
KOSÉ SEKKISEI Brightening Essence Lotion
As the first essence lotion in Japan that offers a dual effect of brightening and improving skin complexion! The revitalised SEKKISEI Brightening Essence Lotion emerges as a beacon of clarity and radiance. Infused with the potent W-glycyrrhetinic acid stearyl ester, this iconic formulation delivers a dual effect of brightening and improving skin complexion.
Enriched with a high concentration of Japanese Job’s Tears extract, this lotion nourishes the skin while maintaining optimal moisture levels, ensuring a consistently smooth and luminous complexion. Non-sticky and quick-absorbing, its refreshing floral fragrance invigorates the senses, leaving skin rejuvenated and revitalised.
Why we love it:
Price: $50 for 200ml, $80 for 350ml
KOSÉ SEKKISEI SKINCARE UV Essence Gel
The latest and improved formulation from KOSÉ SEKKISEI SKINCARE UV Essence Gel is a revolutionary addition to their UV Defense Essence Range. This gel offers unparalleled protection with its super waterproof formula, shielding against UV rays, pollen, PM2.5, dirt, and dust.
Infused with three types of Job’s Tears and Asian herb extracts, it not only hydrates but also enhances skin clarity and moisture. Its Hydrasplash technology ensures effortless blendability and effective hydration, while its proprietary Clarity Powder imparts an instant radiant appearance.
Dermatologically-tested and free from harmful additives like colourants and parabens, this gel is gentle on the skin and coral reefs, promising a flawless finish as both sunscreen and makeup base, elevating daily skincare to new heights.
Why we love it:
KOSÉ SEKKISEI SKINCARE UV Essence Milk
The new and improved KOSÉ SEKKISEI SKINCARE UV Essence Milk, a sleek and smooth UV milk with a delightful airy texture, now features an enhanced formula for ultimate protection and nourishment.
This sunscreen boasts a waterproof formula, and is formulated with a lightweight oil that seamlessly melds into the skin. It forms a thin, non-sticky veil, shielding against UV rays and external aggressors.
Also enriched with three types of Job’s Tears, this milk enhances skin moisture and clarity while utilising Stretch Veil technology for flexible adherence, perfect for active lifestyles. Dermatologically-tested and free from harmful additives such as colourants and parabens, this coral-friendly formula offers comprehensive protection without clogging pores, making it an ideal makeup base.
Shake before use to activate its two-layer formulation, ensuring a flawless application every time. Elevate your skincare regimen with KOSÉ SEKKISEI SKINCARE UV Essence Milk — a must-have for radiant, protected, and nourished skin.
Why we love it:
Exciting Collaboration Alert!
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Enjoy a fabulous 10% discount on all beverages, including the exclusive SEKKISEI Lemon Barley drink, available at SYIP Farrer Park. Plus, pamper yourself further with a complimentary 5-piece SEKKISEI sampling kit** upon your visit!
**Complimentary SEKKISEI sampling kit available while stocks last.
Hurry, Don’t Miss Out!
Can’t make it to the collaboration event? Fret not! The exquisite KOSÉ SEKKISEI lineup will be available at your fingertips from February 24th 2024 onwards on the KOSÉ Official Store on Shopee.
Discover the epitome of skincare luxury at all KOSÉ Department Store Counters, including BHG, Isetan, Metro, and OG, as well as all Welcia-BHG stores, starting from March 1st, 2024.
Additionally, mark your calendars for March 14th, 2024, as KOSÉ SEKKISEI products will be available at Guardian Online, bringing the ultimate skincare experience to your doorstep. Elevate your beauty routine and embrace radiant, luminous skin with KOSÉ SEKKISEI today!
Having first started in Indonesia, Tomoro Coffee is one of the fastest-growing coffee chains in Southeast Asia. Now, the brand has set its sights on Singapore as it opens an outlet at the National University of Singapore. You’ll be able to find it on level two of the university’s Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library.
We are told that Tomoro Coffee uses 100% Arabica beans for brews, which makes the affordability of its drinks—its regular-sized drinks cost less than $6—all the more impressive. The range of drinks here is also pretty interesting.
The Oatside Series should be a no-brainer for any oat milk fan. Drinks in this series include the Tomoro Oat Latte (from $5.50), Hojicha Oat Latte (from $5.90), and Matcha Oat Latte (from $5.90).
If you can’t decide on which of these to try, go for the Manuka Oat Latte (from $5.90). This blend of robust coffee, nutty oat milk, and sweet manuka honey makes this an addictive pick-me-up.
Tomoro Coffee also offers classics such as Cappuccino (from $4.90) and Caramel Macchiato ($5.90). Those who are into frappes can choose from options including Chocolate Frappe (from $5.90) as well.
You can also get snacks such as Butter Croissant ($3) and Chocolate Chip Blueberry Muffin ($3.50) here to go with your coffee.
NUS students have plenty to be excited about regarding Tomoro Coffee, and who knows—perhaps we may see more outlets opening in other parts of the country eventually.
Address: 1 Hon Sui Sen Drive, Level 2, NUS Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library, Singapore 117588
Opening hours: TBD
Tomoro Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.