Back in ancient Greece, the Greeks had something called an agora, an informal open space where people came together to socialise and engage in discussions. Nowadays, us Singaporeans have our Community Centres and Kopitiams as communal spaces to meet and interact. The Internet has also provided platforms ranging from virtual chat rooms to large-scale professional conferences for a global audience to exchange ideas and build rapport.
What about rural areas? While rural communities do have marketplaces and communal spots for socialising, more formal settings are usually absent. r+ seeks to fill the gap. With our r+ cafe | grains, we provide a cosy space for local business communities and non-profit organisations in Kampot to meet, network and socialise over a cup of kopi-o or espresso.