7 Tips On How To Avoid Having A Hangover After A Party

21 June

We all know the terrible feeling of waking up to a hangover after a great party last night. You spend the entire morning nursing a dreadful headache and it feels you just wasted a good day lying in bed. In fact, a hangover can be so bad that you swear to quit alcohol altogether—only to repeat this all over again...

12 Romantic Places In Singapore Where You Can Pop The Question

20 June

Proposals are an undeniably special occasion as this is when you will be asking for your partner’s consent to be your partner for life. Growing up, many girls would fantasise about their ideal proposal venues, and their dream engagement rings – often leaving their partners in a tussle as they stress over making every aspect of the proposal perfect. In a...

5 Best Bak Ku Tehs in Singapore

17 June

Bak Kut Teh is a fragrant pork bone broth and there are numerous interpretations across Southeast Asia. The Singapore-style Bak Kut Teh – a peppery clear pork bone soup served with succulent pork ribs – is typically served with white rice and salted preserved vegetables. From Founder Bak Ku Teh, Song Fa Bak Ku Teh to Ng Ah Sio Bak...

6 High Element Activities In Singapore For Daredevils

17 June

Photo Credit: photoblog If you enjoy feeling the rush of adrenaline or the rapid thumps of your heart after an unforgettable experience, perhaps you will then decide to seek for more thrill. Give yourself a chance to travel on a wire from the dizzying peak of Imbiah Hill all the way to Siloso beach, or swing yourself on a trapeze!...

Science Centre Singapore Unveils Asia’s Largest Mirror Maze Exhibition

16 June

If you grew up studying in Singapore, trips to the Science Centre Singapore was something you would have always looked forward to during the school holidays. Throughout the decades, there have been constant changes to permanent large-scale exhibitions but none can match up to their latest initiative—Professor Crackitt’s Light Fantastic Mirror Maze. Opened to the public from 14 June 2017...

Fun Things To Do In Singapore For Under S$10 When You Are Feeling Broke

16 June

It no longer came as a surprise to Singaporeans when the country kept its title in being one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in for the third year consecutively. With rising costs in food and transport, it is little wonder that people tend to think twice before splurging on leisure activities. Yet if you dig...

Nasi Lemak Kukus – S$4 Nasi Lemak With Free-Flow Rice and Sambal

15 June

A dish as iconic as Nasi Lemak generally comes with high expectations tied to it. Each ingredient complementing one another pefectly, makes it a versatile dish that can be had for literally any meal of the day. For us, the one component that makes or breaks this iconic favourite is the coconut rice. It has to be fluffy, fragrant and...

Kampung Lorong Buangkok – Singapore’s Last Kampung

13 June

For those who grew up during the 1960s or earlier, living in a kampung was not out of the ordinary. However, with the growth of urbanisation, kampung living gradually fazed out and most would not notice that there is still one kampung right under their nose. Established in 1956, Kampung Lorong Buangkok is the last and only surviving kampung in Singapore. Located...

Shabu Tontei – S$15.90++ Super Value Shabu Shabu Set

8 June

Alongside the row of Japanese restaurants in Shokutsu Ten, a Japanese food street in Jurong Point Shopping Centre is Shabu Tontei—a restaurant specialising in Shabu Shabu and other pork dishes such as tonteki (pork loin steak) and tonkatsu (pork cutlet). The best part? Their Super Value Shabu Shabu Set is priced affordably at S$15.90++! If you think this is just an ongoing...