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7 Places In Asia To See Wild Animals Up Close

March 31, 2017 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on 7 Places In Asia To See Wild Animals Up Close

Photo Credit: World’s Most Amazing Things Man will always love their domestic pets but wild animals are such mysterious and majestic creatures that we cannot help but want to learn more about them. Sure, we can always head to the zoo if we want to know more about wild animals but nothing is more thrilling than watching them in their...


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6 Free Artsy Fartsy Exhibitions In Singapore To Attend In 2017

March 30, 2017 11:54 am Published by Comments Off on 6 Free Artsy Fartsy Exhibitions In Singapore To Attend In 2017

Arts and culture contribute significantly to society and are an integral part of our lives. While there have been arguments that there is a lack of art appreciation in a pragmatic country such as Singapore, we beg to differ. Look through the calendar of events in Singapore and you will find plenty of art events showcasing the talents of both local...


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10 Best Day Trips From Sydney You Must Take At Least Once In Your Life

December 28, 2016 12:06 pm Published by Comments Off on 10 Best Day Trips From Sydney You Must Take At Least Once In Your Life

Photo Credit: Wikipedia Sydney is one of the most popular cities in Australia, and people love it for the vibrant life, shopping, food and entertainment. But if that alone is not enough to excite you, take day trips out of the city! Most of them are within driving distance, and we have shortlisted some for your consideration. #1 BLUE MOUNTAINS...


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7 Surprising Facts About Kimchi You Never Knew About

December 16, 2016 3:25 pm Published by Comments Off on 7 Surprising Facts About Kimchi You Never Knew About

Photo Credit: Platings and Pairings Widely recognised as Korea’s national dish, Kimchi is a common side dish or appetiser served at Korean restaurants or when dining in a Korean household. It is made from fermented vegetables with various seasoning and stored for a period of time before consumption. Although it can be eaten on its own, many prefer having it...


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5 Scenic Parks You Must Visit In The West Of Singapore

November 29, 2016 12:22 pm Published by Comments Off on 5 Scenic Parks You Must Visit In The West Of Singapore

As the journey to being a “City in a Garden” continues on for Singapore since it started in 1963, there has been much progress—the little red dot is filled with many gardens and parks that is a stark contrast against its skyscrapers. Neighbourhood estates have the best parks as it is where residents retreat to for a long quiet stroll...


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7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Durian—The King Of Fruits

November 17, 2016 3:04 pm Published by Comments Off on 7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Durian—The King Of Fruits

Photo Credit: Year Of The Durian Talk about the King of Fruits to those living in Southeast Asia and they will immediately know that you are referring to durians. Widely known for its distinct aroma and flavour, durians are an acquired taste—you either fall in love with it at first bite or stay as far away from it as possible. Those...


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New Ball Pit Popup Bar In London – Free-Flow Spaghetti And Meatballs

November 15, 2016 12:12 pm Published by Comments Off on New Ball Pit Popup Bar In London – Free-Flow Spaghetti And Meatballs

Remember all the fun we had as kids when our parents used to bring us to indoor playgrounds with ball pits? If the idea of jumping into pit balls still excites you as much as it used to, get ready for a wild adventure because a new ball pit popup bar has opened its doors in London! So to all...


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7 Surprising Healing Benefits Of Vinegar & Why You Should Have It In Your Kitchen

October 28, 2016 4:15 pm Published by Comments Off on 7 Surprising Healing Benefits Of Vinegar & Why You Should Have It In Your Kitchen

Photo Credit: Reader’s Digest Adapted from the word ‘vinaigre’ (which means sour wine in French), vinegar has been used for many different purposes since it was first discovered ages ago. People living during the middle ages utilised vinegar not only as a form of condiment but also for washing and treating ailments such as leprosy, fever and snack bites. Today, vinegar...


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Car-Free Programme At Telok Ayer This Sunday—Free “Bike Train” Rides And Guided Tours!

October 25, 2016 7:48 pm Published by Comments Off on Car-Free Programme At Telok Ayer This Sunday—Free “Bike Train” Rides And Guided Tours!

Photo Credit: Today Car-Free Sunday SG is making a return this Sunday, 30 October 2016 at Telok Ayer area. Take advantage of the free rides on a “bike train” which will circle around Padang, join guided tours in Singapore’s oldest temple and visit the cafes along Telok Ayer and Amoy Street! In order to facilitate this event, road closure timings will...


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Free Milo Peng This Friday And Saturday + A Chance To Meet Nathan Hartono!

October 13, 2016 4:24 pm Published by Comments Off on Free Milo Peng This Friday And Saturday + A Chance To Meet Nathan Hartono!

Photo Credit: Today Thanks to Singapore’s homegrown talent Nathan Hartono, Singaporeans will once again get to enjoy free servings of Milo peng, a widely-received ice chocolate malt beverage that the locals proudly endorse. Because everyone loves a good cup of ice-cold Milo, and we are ever proud of Nathan Hartono’s achievement at the recently concluded Sing! China singing competition; this...