Saturday, 27 February 2021

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Friday, 26 February 2021

Visit these film locations of popular Netflix TV series

With most of us avoiding large crowds and spending more time at home, that means a lot more hours clocked on Netflix. It’s no wonder then that American period drama Bridgerton – released on 25 December 2020 – reached a record number of more than 82 million households worldwide within its first 28 days online, making it one of the streaming service’s most successful shows yet. Beyond getting lost in fictional worlds, we can now cautiously make travel plans in the real world as news of the gradual roll-out of vaccines raise people’s hopes of international borders re-opening.

If you’re planning to visit the locations of your favourite TV shows, here’s where to start.

Hatfield Hous
Hatfield House is a historical landmark in Hertfordshire, England. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com

Bridgerton

The many twists and turns in the love story between the Duke of Hastings (played by Regé-Jean Page) and Lady Daphne Bridgerton (played by Phoebe Dynevor) had us glued to our screens in the last week of 2020. Dubbed “Downton Abbey meets Gossip Girl“, this Regency-era series offers a salacious – if slightly exaggerated – peek into London’s infamous social season. While many viewers oohed and aahed over the gorgeous period costumes and set pieces, our wanderlust was ignited by the many lush locations featured in the show, such as the spectacular Royal Crescent in Bath. The sprawling Hatfield House in Hertfordshire, in particular, captured our hearts with its perfectly manicured gardens and immaculately preserved Jacobean-style architecture. Apart from serving as the set for the interiors of the Featherington family home, Hatfield House was also used to film scenes from the Bridgertons’ garden and the White’s Gentlemen’s Club.

Queen's Gambit
In The Queen’s Gambit, the final tournament was filmed in Berlin’s Old City Hall. Photo credit: Netflix

The Queen’s Gambit

Credited as the TV series that made chess cool again, this period drama is based on a book of the same title by Walter Tevis. It follows the life of fictional chess prodigy Beth Harmon, from her troubled childhood in an orphanage to her meteoric rise to the top of the chess world even while battling drug and alcohol addictions. Although the story was mostly set in midwestern America, the show was filmed in a variety of locations, including Ontario, Canada, and Berlin, Germany. The orphanage Harmon attends was actually a German Jewish-built castle, Schloss Schulzendorf. And the climatic scene where Harmon took on a Russian world champion was filmed in Berlin’s Old City Hall, in the Baerensaal, or Bear Chamber. With a history that dates back to 1911, this marble-clad room sprawls out over 370m² and has ceilings that are almost 19m high.

Plaza de Callao in Madrid
Plaza de Callao in Madrid. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com

Money Heist

When this Spanish TV series first released in May 2017, it quickly became one of the streaming giant’s most popular series and was the single most-watched show in countries such as France, Italy, Brazil and Argentina. Money Heist also clinched the award for Best Drama Series at the 46th International Emmy Awards in 2018. Set in Madrid, this adrenaline-pumping show follows a mysterious man – only known as “The Professor” – who recruits a motley crew of eight to rob the Royal Mint of Spain. Most of the filming was done on-site in the Spanish capital, including the stately Spanish National Research Council (which served as the Royal Mint) and the centrally-located Plaza de Callao, where in the third season, 140 million euros worth of banknotes were dispersed from a floating blimp and into the grasping hands of a thronging crowd.

Mungwang Reservoir
Mungwang Reservoir is known for picturesque scenes of golden-hued gingko trees. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com

The King: Eternal Monarch 

Starring the eternally popular Lee Min-ho and the equally charismatic Kim Go-eun, this South Korean fantasy drama sees a modern-day Emperor of the Kingdom of Corea who discovers a pathway into a parallel world, the Republic of Korea. The emperor soon discovers that his nemesis has been transferring people from one world to another and making them kill their doppelgangers. In between fighting off enemies to avenge his father’s assassination, the emperor Lee Gon falls in love with detective Jung Tae-eul (played by Kim). While the complicated storyline might leave some viewers scratching their heads, the scenic film locations more than make up for the twisty plot. In the first episode, the emperor is seen riding his majestic steed along rows of golden-hued gingko trees. This scene was filmed at Mungwang Reservoir, located about two hours from downtown Seoul and is especially famous for its mesmerising autumn foliage.

Alice in Borderland
The famous Shibuya Scramble Crossing in downtown Tokyo. Photo credit: Haro Aso

Alice in Borderland 

Based on a Japanese manga of the same name by Haro Aso, this Japanese TV series brings together several genres – science fiction, suspense-thriller and horror – into one tightly-paced show. Much like a survival horror video game, this TV series follows Arisu, a young video game-obsessed slacker who finds himself in a parallel Tokyo that is mostly deserted. The few inhabitants are forced to battle for their lives in increasingly lethal games. Fun fact: the first episode, which featured the Tokyo’s famous Shibuya Scramble Crossing, wasn’t actually shot in the city’s bustling commercial and financial centre. Instead, the scene was filmed at a replica of the famous crossing – created solely for filming purposes – in the city of Ashikaga, Tochigi Prefecture.

The Crown S4
In The Crown Season 4, Queen Elizabeth is played by Olivia Colman and Prince Philip played by Tobias Menzies. Photo credit: Des Willie

The Crown  

Season Four of The Crown was highly anticipated because it marked the first time the character of Princess Diana (played by Emma Corrin) makes an appearance. The fourth season also took a closer look at historical events, such as Margaret Thatcher’s controversial premiership and even the security breach at Buckingham Palace in 1982 when a civilian, Michael Fagan, broke into the Queen’s private chambers. While the episodes covered a wide breadth of locations – from Australia to Scotland – a lot of the drama took place in the United Kingdom itself. Buckingham Palace for instance, was doubled by Lancaster House, a mansion that long served as the backdrop for high-level summits, conferences and meetings attended by the leading political figures of the day; as well as Wilton House, whose Double Cube Room features prominently in the show. Highgrove, Gloucestershire, where the Prince of Wales still lives today with wife Camilla, was filmed at Somerley House in Hampshire; while Belvoir Castle and Burghley House were both locations for Windsor Castle.

EMILY IN PARIS
Lily Collins plays the titular role in Emily in Paris. Photo credit: Carole Bethuel/Neftlix 

Emily in Paris

Produced by Sex and the City creator Darren Star and with long-time collaborator Patricia Field styling the costumes, it’s no wonder this romantic comedy was practically dripping with fabulous fashion. Lily Collins, who plays the titular star, is hardly seen in the same outfit twice throughout the series, wearing everything from Chanel and Kenzo to Off-White and Christian Louboutin. While her eye-catching outfits and Parisian exploits were the highlight of the series, credit also goes to the show’s location scouts who managed to pick out iconic places in the City of Love for poignant scenes. Examples include the opulent Palais Garnier, a 19th-century opera house where Emily had plans to watch the Swan Lake performance, and the Neoclassical-style Panthéon where Emily tearfully breaks up with her boyfriend back in America.

Please check the establishments’ respective websites for opening hours as well as booking and seating requirements before visiting, and remember to adhere to safe-distancing measures while out and about.

To learn more about Singapore Airlines flights, visit singaporeair.com. For updates and travel advisories, please visit Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website.

SEE ALSO: 6 destinations to recreate your favourite K-drama

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Why it’s still too early for Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble - South China Morning Post

Why it’s still too early for Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble  South China Morning Post

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The Latest: Governor extends Oregon's state of emergency - The Associated Press

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Singapore's first Chinese COVID-19 vaccines arrive ahead of approval - Reuters

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Travel Day(s) • Singapore, Dubai, Nursultan • Sven Tennis - 10sBalls

Travel Day(s) • Singapore, Dubai, Nursultan • Sven Tennis  10sBalls

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Big Singapore Airlines A380 Move A Positive Sign For International Travel In 2021 - DMARGE

Big Singapore Airlines A380 Move A Positive Sign For International Travel In 2021  DMARGE

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Asia’s pandemic-hit travel agencies adopt asset-light model to survive - South China Morning Post

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Singapore's first Chinese COVID-19 vaccines arrive ahead of approval - Reuters

Singapore's first Chinese COVID-19 vaccines arrive ahead of approval  Reuters

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Southeast Asia's biggest travel app plans regional fintech expansion before 2021 listing - Reuters

Southeast Asia's biggest travel app plans regional fintech expansion before 2021 listing  Reuters

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Upcoming school holidays mean more staycations; hope for travel bubbles to allow June travel - WIT - Web In Travel

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The Latest: Brazils signs vaccine deal with Indian company - The Associated Press

The Latest: Brazils signs vaccine deal with Indian company  The Associated Press

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Singapore's first Chinese COVID-19 vaccines arrive ahead of approval - Reuters

Singapore's first Chinese COVID-19 vaccines arrive ahead of approval  Reuters

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Qantas to resume international travel by October 31 to Los Angeles, London, Singapore - Daily Mail

Qantas to resume international travel by October 31 to Los Angeles, London, Singapore  Daily Mail

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Southeast Asia's biggest travel app plans regional fintech expansion before 2021 listing - Yahoo Finance

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Thursday, 25 February 2021

Southeast Asia's biggest travel app plans regional fintech expansion before 2021 listing - Yahoo Finance

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Agoda launches GoLocal Tonight to meet travelers' demand for spontaneous domestic travel adventures - ACROFAN USA

Agoda launches GoLocal Tonight to meet travelers' demand for spontaneous domestic travel adventures  ACROFAN USA

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Southeast Asia's biggest travel app plans regional fintech expansion before 2021 listing - Reuters

Southeast Asia's biggest travel app plans regional fintech expansion before 2021 listing  Reuters

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Singapore's first Chinese COVID-19 vaccines arrive ahead of approval - Reuters

Singapore's first Chinese COVID-19 vaccines arrive ahead of approval  Reuters

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Agoda launches GoLocal Tonight to meet travelers' demand for spontaneous domestic travel adventures - PR Newswire India

Agoda launches GoLocal Tonight to meet travelers' demand for spontaneous domestic travel adventures  PR Newswire India

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Where to find one of Australia’s best organic beef

 

Raising cattle the way nature intended

Boasting vast, sprawling swathes of land, the Outback is a remote region in Australia that’s known for its arid but stunning landscapes. One family has made it their home, raising their population of cattle the old-fashioned way across some three million hectares of land spanning five properties.

Meet the Brooks, a family of farmers that began rearing cattle from the family’s home base in the small town of Birdsville during the 1990s. Their business was founded on century-old traditions – raising cattle the way nature intended. The more-than-40,000 heads of cattle on their farm are able to roam freely across their grounds with minimal fencing. This means no pesticides, pollutants or hormones are used, the cattle are raised in fresh air and sunshine, and they feast on seasonally changing pastures made up of hundreds of species of native grasses and herbaceous plants, choosing the diets that nature intended. The result: high-quality, grass-fed organic beef.

TEQ Taste of Queensland organic beef
Cattle at Brook Pastoral getting herded by horse-riders

Brook Pastoral supplies beef to OBE Organic – the first organic beef exporter in Australia which was set up by a group of pastoral families, including the Brooks. Other farmers involved in the partnership can be found here. OBE Organic has been certified organic, and is working to make its entire supply chain more sustainable. This includes setting goals such as ensuring sustainable withdrawals and supply of freshwater and working with producers to reduce net carbon emissions, and promoting safe and secure working environments for all workers.

Sunshine Coast resident and 2016 MasterChef runner-up Matt Sinclair is a big fan of these producers’ natural practices. “One of the most incredible opportunities you can have as a chef, is to be able to come out to places like OBE Organic and meet the faces behind the produce,” Sinclair says. “You walk away with an incredible feeling inside knowing that these cattle are in safe hands.”

TEQ Taste of Queensland organic beef
Chef Matt Sinclair checking out freshly baked bread from Brook Pastoral

Other reputable organic beef producers in Queensland worthy of a mention are the Shaw family’s Wanditta Organic Farming and the Maine family’s Penjobe Pastoral.

Sinclair is currently the owner of Sum Yung Guys, a trendy modern Asian restaurant in Noosa. Because visitors from other countries can’t yet travel Down Under, Sinclair has whipped up a sumptuous recipe of Soy Braised Short Rib with Pickled Papaya and Shiso, with a sesame salad on the side, which you can enjoy at home with locally sourced ingredients. You can get OBE Organic’s beef from retailers in Singapore such as Meat the Butcher, Swiss Butchery and Greenwood Fish Market. Check out the recipe below and give it a go.

TEQ Taste of Queensland organic beef

 

TEQ Taste of Queensland organic beef
Spectacular sunset views in the Australian Outback

Why you need to visit Outback Queensland

Although border restrictions are still in place, the Outback should be at the top of your list if you’re looking at a jaunt around Australia once leisure travel commences again. Spanning a whopping 901,574km², the Outback, also known as Queensland’s backyard, offers experiences that are full of adventure that will allow you to reconnect with nature and explore the great outdoors. Admire majestic red deserts; cool off at Julia Creek’s water park; pencil in a farm stay; enjoy a soak in bathtubs that boast spectacular views; and pitch a tent at various campsites as you gaze at the glorious starry skies – these are just the tip of the iceberg on what you can find in the magnificent Outback.

TEQ Taste of Queensland organic beef
Enjoy a soak at a working sheep and cattle station that comes with outdoor water baths and accommodation

Not just that, with over 20 national parks that promise sheer beauty in the form of lush forests, winding waterways, towering cliffs, undulating sand dunes and deep gorges, a hike in any number of these spots will help you break a sweat and bring you great peace. Some to add to your bucket list: Munga-Thirri National Park; Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park; and Porcupine Gorge National Park.

Music lovers should not miss the unique Big Red Bash music festival that occurs in the Outback every July. It’s a three-day affair that occurs under the open skies of Australia’s Simpson Desert, where you can enjoy live music in the presence of a spectacular sunset. To learn more about the pioneers of the Outback and the history behind some of Australia’s greatest and bravest explorers, stock workers, pastoralist, and Aborigines, the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame is not to be missed. There, visit the various galleries for informative exhibitions and sit through a cinematic experience detailing the stock industry.

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When visiting Queensland, a road trip is a must

With so many exciting towns making up this great expanse, you can make shorter work of getting to and from this diverse destination by flying into and out from any of the 19 different airports servicing the region. You can also take scenic rail services through Outback Queensland, one of which is the Spirit of the Outback, a 26-hour rail journey through ever-changing scenery and rugged terrain between Brisbane and Longreach. It is a great way to see the Outback in comfort. You can also go for an unforgettable road trip that will take you though a variety of landscapes. Whichever way you choose, it’s a sure-fire way to make lifelong memories with your travel companions, once we can travel freely again.

Get to know Matt Sinclair

Originally from the suburbs of Sydney, Sinclair comes from a long line of talented home cooks who honed his passion for great food. The laid-back young chef became a household name when he participated in Masterchef Australia’s eighth series, eventually coming in second.

After the season wrapped, Sinclair and his best friend decided to fulfil their lifelong dream of owning a food truck. and set up a store in the form of a 20ft shipping container at Eat Street market in Brisbane. The success of their food truck lent them the confidence to build a more permanent business on the Sunshine Coast. In 2017, they welcomed their first guests to Sum Yung Guys, a modern Asian restaurant that continues to be a crowd favourite.

Sinclair sees Queensland as a culinary hotspot and draws inspiration from the region for his menus. “Queensland’s food scene is ever-emerging with some amazing new establishments in amazing locations, championing the unique produce we’re renowned for,” he says.

Today, Sinclair also runs his own YouTube food channel (Mean Eating) and is an Ambassador for Noosa Tourism.

About Queensland

Covering the north-eastern portion of Australia, Queensland is renowned for its beautiful sandy beaches, with a coastline that spans nearly 7,000km. Brisbane, its capital, is already an attractive destination, thanks to its thriving arts and dining scene, but its accessibility also enables travellers to use it as a hub for scenic road trips through the rest of the state.

Brisbane River
Gorgeous views at Brisbane River

Within the city, you’ll be spoiled for choice with the growing number of sophisticated dining venues popping up across town. A popular choice is the heritage-listed wharf along the Brisbane River, where you’ll find an eclectic collection of fine dining establishments, bars and breweries. Even nondescript laneways in the city have been spruced up to house chic cafés and trendy restaurants. To eat like the locals do, pop by Eat Street Northshore, which is the city’s largest street food market and features a mouth-watering array of international cuisines as well as live-music entertainment.

Taste of Queensland is a campaign that aims to highlight local produce from Queensland’s famous food bowls. From the Sunshine Coast for fresh ocean catch to Outback Queensland, producer of the finest Australian beef, all the way to North Queensland for tropical fruits galore, you can easily (and happily) eat your way around Australia’s second-largest state.

Singapore Airlines flies direct to Brisbane. For more information on Queensland, visit Tourism and Events Queensland’s website here

Singapore Airlines ensures its passengers travel safely at every step of their journey. To learn more about the safety measures in place to safeguard the wellbeing of customers and crew, please visit here. For updates and travel advisories, please visit Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website.

SEE ALSO: 5 cool cafés to get your coffee fix in Brisbane, Australia

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Singapore's first Chinese COVID-19 vaccines arrive ahead of approval  Reuters

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Singapore builds bubble hotel for business travel  Yahoo News

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Tennis: Up to 250 fans allowed for Singapore Open semis and finals - The Straits Times

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Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Airline industry app could open up quarantine-free travel - CNN

Airline industry app could open up quarantine-free travel  CNN

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Singapore discussing COVID-19 vaccine certification with other countries, says PM Lee - CNA

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Tennis: Up to 250 fans allowed for Singapore Open semis and finals - The Straits Times

Tennis: Up to 250 fans allowed for Singapore Open semis and finals  The Straits Times

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Singapore says discussing vaccine certification with other countries - Reuters

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Singapore says discussing vaccine certification with other countries - Reuters

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MSBC hopes Malaysia-Singapore business travel bubble will resume soon - The Malaysian Reserve

MSBC hopes Malaysia-Singapore business travel bubble will resume soon  The Malaysian Reserve

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Safe bubble for business travellers to Singapore materialises - TTG Asia

Safe bubble for business travellers to Singapore materialises  TTG Asia

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Vaccinations mandatory in Indonesia; Singapore opens business travel bubble - South China Morning Post

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Singapore says discussing vaccine certification with other countries - Reuters

Singapore says discussing vaccine certification with other countries  Reuters

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Airline industry app could open up quarantine-free travel - CNN

Airline industry app could open up quarantine-free travel  CNN

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5 compelling reasons to download the Kris+ app today

Kris+ Singapore Airlines SIA krispaySingapore Airlines (SIA) announced last October that it has launched a new lifestyle and rewards app, Kris+ — a rebranding from the previously known, KrisPay app, in a move away from just being a mobile loyalty wallet, but instead focuses on rewards, deals and privileges in lifestyle, dining and retail spaces.

A one stop shop, Kris+ allows you to earn miles, enjoy special rewards and make payment using just one platform.

To find out more about the newly rebranded lifestyle app by SIA, SilverKris interviewed four members of the Kris+ team; Jeanette Lee, General Manager of the SIA Lifestyle Ecosystem; Sylvia Tan, Head of Product Integration; Arun Sabarirajan, Assistant Manager of Application Services; and Denise Yeo, Product Partnership Manager.

Lee explains that they first came up with mobile miles wallet, KrisPay in 2018 when they heard from customers that they were looking for more micro-redemption options that were relevant to their everyday purchases.

It began as an engagement tool to drive instant redemption and reward of SIA’s airline loyalty miles, KrisFlyer miles. However, “as the program gained traction, we recognised that there were more opportunities to grow this ecosystem to engage and bring value to both our customers and merchant partners,” Lee shares. This gave rise to Kris+, with KrisPay as the wallet function within Kris+. “The aim of Kris+ is to bring more joy to the everyday of our customers,” she adds.

Here are five reasons to download Kris+ now.

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1. It’s the only travel miles exclusive app in the market

According to Lee, there is a common misconception that KrisFlyer miles can only be earned through flying and used to exchange for flight tickets only. In fact, KrisFlyer miles can be accumulated through various channels, and with the Kris+ app, you can instantly spend those miles on purchases at partner brands. There are currently more than 175 partners and 780 outlets across Singapore on the app, with more than 150 Kris+ privileges between them. As they continue to improve on Kris+ and add more lifestyle features, users will have more options of redeeming and earning KrisFlyer miles on every transaction on the app – something unique from other lifestyle apps, she adds.

2. It has great perks

The “Earn” feature in the app excites Tan the most. “You can pick up miles with every purchase at our Kris+ partners, as well as receive exclusive birthday privileges, including 90% off spa packages and 1-for-1 dining deals at our favourite restaurants.” Look out for the occasional flash deals at selected retailers too!

Of course, the crowd favourite – Singapore Airlines’ Boarding Pass Privileges – can now be found in the app, and is available to anyone in Singapore without travelling. In the near future when we can travel again, Kris+ users can look forward to redeeming travel packages such as Singapore Stopover Holidays, or privileges which were previously only available with your boarding pass, which you can use at various attractions for a discounted price.

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3. There are plenty of options to use your miles

With more than 175 partners in the app, you can offset your purchases at a wide range of places, from snacks and bubble tea at Polar Puffs & Cakes and Gong Cha, or at casual eateries such as Tapas Club, Perch, and PizzaExpress, says Yeo. As for retail partners, Aldo, Bottles & Bottles, Harvey Norman and Sulwhasoo are just some examples where you can earn and redeem miles at. Furthermore, there are also exclusive PPS-tiered privileges, birthday privileges and deals offered by partners that can be redeemed exclusively on Kris+. These include exclusive deals at Simmons, Brietling, Red House Seafood and The Royal Albatross. Kris+ is also now in India. Recently launched in February, it has over 1,500 outlets countrywide.

4. It’s a smart app

For a personalised user experience, the app offers the option of location-based or interest-based recommendations. Simply select three areas of preferences (for example activities, wellness and dining) and the app will generate privileges you may like. “If you need ideas on where to enjoy Kris+ at, simply click “Discover”, and let the geolocation function of our app find your nearest partner,” Tan shares.

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5. It involves quite a bit of tech

The team behind the app uses an agile methodology which aims to roll out a new feature every four to six weeks. Rest assured however, that while the team is keen on introducing exciting new features that will enhance user experience, the safety and stability of the app is first and foremost its priority.

For those concerned about data safety, you’d be happy to know that the KrisPay wallet in Kris+ is built on Microsoft Azure’s platform using a blockchain technology to secure customer miles. The technology is safe and capable of processing concurrent blockchain transactions for many users efficiently, says Lee. There is also proper safeguarding of both partners’ and customers’ information in a highly secure environment, adds Sabarirajan.

So really, there’s no reason not to use it. “If you are a traveller to Singapore, start your journey to privileges and deals like a local, with Kris+,” says Yeo.

SEE ALSO: Singapore Airlines cabin crew share their travel-inspired dishes

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Monday, 22 February 2021

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Soaring on new wings: Former SilkAir cabin crew chat on adapting to SIA culture and what they miss about the regional airline

On 4 March 2021, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will launch its first flight to Phuket on a Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft, which was previously part of the SilkAir fleet. On board will be a full complement of cabin crew from the SilkAir team who have undergone conversion training – a programme that has been two years in the making.

SIA first announced plans to merge in 2018. The move will see SilkAir’s routes being distributed between Scoot and SIA, with the latter taking over SilkAir’s fleet of 737s and retrofitting them. SIA says in a recent press release that more SilkAir routes will be progressively transferred as nine 737-800 NG join the SIA fleet. This would also allow SIA to operate the aircraft to points within its current network, starting with Brunei in March 2021. The full integration of SilkAir into SIA is scheduled for completion in the 2021/22 financial year.

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The Singapore Airlines 737-800 NG

SIA’s Chief Executive Officer Goh Choon Phong, says the introduction of the SIA 737-800 NG will bring about a more comfortable and seamless travel experience for customers on the airline’s regional routes. “Integrating SilkAir with SIA also allows us to be nimble and flexible in aircraft deployment, and supports our fleet and network growth strategy.”

A total of 608 crew will go through the conversion programme, which was crafted by SIA’s Cabin Crew Learning and Development team. The team had to first review the training programmes that the SilkAir crew were previously put through, as well as the standards and procedures based on their current operating environment. This is to identify the steps required to be incorporated into the crossover training programme.

As the SilkAir cabin crew have experience operating on board a plane as crew, the training team focused more on assimilating them into the SIA culture and service standards. The SilkAir crew also attended a two- to three-day pre-course programme as a prelude to the core training programme. Fatimah Daud, a former SilkAir stewardess for nine years who’s now an SIA flight stewardess (FSS), admits that she was unsure initially whether she could cope with the change. “I was worried about adjusting to a new environment, culture and practices. But I’ve come to accept it as a challenge and a career advancement – to be able to further equip myself with skills and knowledge from the world’s best airline,” she says.

FSS Fatimah Daud in her SilkAir uniform

FSS Fatimah, who has gone through the training, adds that although she took a while to adapt to its fast pace, her family and batch mates kept her going with constant encouragement. “With the knowledge and skills acquired from the training, it has allowed me to better understand and manage the expectations of a Singapore Girl. We were trained and groomed to be the best version we can be. Role plays and wet runs in the aircraft mock up gave a realistic experience of the possible scenarios that we can face on board.”

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FSS Ivonn Yip on board a SilkAir flight

Another SilkAir-turned-SIA fight stewardess Ivonn Yip, who was with SilkAir for 4.5 years, adds that although she feels sad that the SilkAir brand will retire after 31 years, she’s proud to be a part of the regional airline and is excited for the new journey ahead. She will soon undertake her conversion course and is hopeful. “I look forward to my training with an open heart and mind. There will definitely be a difference as an upgrade of service means higher expectations are required.”

We spoke more to the pair on their thoughts about the transition and what they are looking forward to in their new role.

What do you feel would be the biggest challenges in moving from SilkAir to SIA?

FSS Ivonn: Eventually I will be trained to work on wide body aircraft we use for long-haul flights, so I foresee my biggest challenge will probably be adapting to working on longer flights. In time to come, I will try my best to adapt as we need to provide more elaborate service to passengers throughout the entire long journey.

What was your favourite part of the conversion training?

FSS Fatimah: My favourite part would be the Communication Skills Training. It helped me to expand my vocabulary, improve my grammar and pronunciation. This is one of the key skills that is beneficial to me on board and in life. We also learnt about the expectations of a Singapore Girl; it all starts from grooming to the professionalism on board. As there are high expectations from the public, we learn to be on our toes to ensure we uphold the company’s image, always.

Now that you’ll be flying more long-haul routes, what will change about your process of getting ready for a flight?

FSS Fatimah: Packing for layovers will be one of the major changes I foresee, due to the different seasons of the countries SIA flies to. Other than that, I will also have to learn to manage my rest in layover stations due to significant time differences for certain stations.

What would you miss most about flying with SilkAir?

FSS Fatimah: Familiarity brings me a sense of warmth and security. I will miss the familiar faces of colleagues I would see in the briefing room or those I have been flying with the most.

FSS Ivonn: As we do a lot of turnaround flights, we mostly do not disembark from the aircraft. I would definitely miss having many of these short and sweet flights when I start to fly on longer routes with layovers.

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FSS Fatimah in her new SIA sarong kebaya

What are some of the biggest differences working on SilkAir and SIA?

FSS Fatimah: SIA provides more routes across the globe which will give me the opportunity to explore more countries or cities during layovers once the pandemic is over. SIA also provides more inflight services and amenities to cater to the demands of passengers around the world. There are also more training opportunities. For example, apart from internal training, we were sent for external professional training to learn new skills.

FSS Ivonn: Dealing with jet lag will definitely be something new to adapt in the long run.

Where on the SIA network are you most excited about flying to, and why?

FSS Fatimah: If it was not for the current situation, it will definitely be Los Angeles (LA). Before the pandemic, I’ve always wanted to enjoy the view of palm trees lining up the roads while driving up to the Hollywood sign.  I have never had the confidence to withstand ultra-long hours on flights as a passenger so to be able to visit LA (when the situation permits) with the distraction of work – that would be much more bearable hopefully.

FSS Ivonn: Zurich. Before the pandemic, I’ve been wanting to explore Europe and I guess Switzerland will be a beautiful start when the situation permits.

Which SilkAir destination, now under SIA, are you most looking forward to revisit and why?

FSS Fatimah: Hiroshima, for the Japanese cuisine which I love personally. The search for the best oysters in Miyajima Island, indulging in countless sushi at The Standing Sushi bar and sipping hot udon soup in quaint shophouses are some of the things I look forward to revisit when things are better.

FSS Ivonn: Busan – for the food and shopping when the situation is better! I really miss Busan so much. The ever-happening beach life and warmth from the locals, especially the friendly ajummas (aunties)!

What are you most excited about in your new role with SIA?

FSS Fatimah: Wearing the sarong kebaya brings me a new sense of belonging. I am excited to contribute to the success of SIA and to acquire more wisdom and knowledge from newfound leaders and colleagues.

FSS Ivonn: The fact that I am able to expand on my service skills. All in all, it would be a new learning journey for all of us in SilkAir. With the friendly and personable service we are known for, we will be ready to provide a greater experience as we merge with SIA.

To learn more about Singapore Airlines flights, visit singaporeair.com. For updates and travel advisories, please visit Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website.

SEE ALSO: The SIA Group of passenger airlines operate first flights with a full set of vaccinated pilots and cabin crew

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