Over the years Nammos has cemented itself as one of the world’s best beach clubs, attracting a gorgeous crowd of partygoers and sun worshippers including celebrities from Lewis Hamilton to Eva Longoria on a regular basis. It now has a sparkling new addition to keep its star-studded crowd on the Island with the addition of Nammos Village, a brand new 12,000 square metre shopping paradise of fashion and luxury lifestyle labels. We shine a light on what to expect from this all-in-one golden destination.
Shopping, shopping and more shopping
If you find yourself at Nammos Village then it would be fair to say that you enjoy spending money on designer gear – and there certainly is no shortage of outlets to burn platinum plastic here. The retail emporium has all the classic luxury brands including Ermenegildo Zegna, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Dior, but we recommend checking out the Philipp Plein’s menswear collection and rare luxury fragrances from Avery Perfumes, which are yet to become available in Singapore (spritz on the’ Noisy Noisette’ if you want to turn heads – it’s incredible). We stocked up on a travel bag from Callista, a ‘Diver Watch’ from Briston and a pair of Victoria Beckham unisex sunglasses from Ralph’s Diner. Whatever your wardrobe poison, the range of options at Nammos is pretty extensive. Oh, and art lovers can even invest at Eden Gallery, where we spied some bold and bright contemporary pieces starring Murakami. Bring an empty suitcase and go all #CrazyRichAsian on this joint.
Beach fun and frolics
Sun worshipper or a shade snatcher, there no way you can go to Nammos without enjoying the beach club. The mahogany Seora Riviera sun beds recline over golden sands and face the shimmering Aegean Sea, where supermodels such as Bella and Gigi Hadid have dipped their bodies. If eye candy serves no interest then check out the beach bar which serves up champagne shisha, right in time for when the sunsets and the celebration switch comes on. The space is designed to meet a party atmosphere of life on board a European yacht, and resident DJs take to the decks to get the sexy crowd on their feet.
Private cabanas for the hot shots
For those who aren’t big on sand, you’ll also be able to take the party over to your own private cabana at Nammos Beach Club. It’s SGD 8,000 for six people and comes with a private outdoor Jacuzzi, St Barth’s skin products and mini-bar stocked with champagne, wine and a selection of fancy desserts. A private butler is on hand to satisfy your every whim, as is a driver. Alternatively, a Nammos Riva yacht can be arranged for transfers, whilst a helicopter pad is also at guests’ disposal. You’ll feel like Leo-D in the middle part of The Wolf On Wall Street movie. Baller.
Food and drink
When dining in Mykonos, you know it has to be done in style. Right on the beach you’ll find Nammos Restaurant, which serves up some of the freshest seafood against a backdrop of palm trees and the night sky stars – who knew sushi could taste so good outside Japan. In the centre of old town there’s Ling Ling Mykonos, an uber trendy open-air Cantonese restaurant and bar inspired by famous dishes at sister restaurant Hakkasan and the local ingredients of Greece (we love the lobster which was separated and cooked in three different ways). Finally, the hottest table in town is Casa Tu, a brand new Italian restaurant up in the hills among the windmills, serving Italian dishes and fusion tastes from the East you’ll remember for life; Scialatielli with Alaskan king crab, and Burratini with truffle, asparagus, citrus and smoked beef were our stand outs.
Nammos Village and Nammos Restaurant are open April – October each year