Eating Air: Dine in a retro private jet or Middle Eastern tent in an immersive experience

Dine in a room resembling Bedouin tents of the Middle East as part of Absurdities, an immersive dining experience. PHOTO: ANDSOFORTH
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SINGAPORE - By day, Asylum Coffeehouse is a clean, white, minimalist space. Six doors backdrop an island counter from which coffee is served.

But come nightfall, one of these doors opens up to a riot of colour.

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