April has officially come to a close and that means one thing: time for another round-up of exciting activities our ambassadors dropped in on this month.
This month’s highlights include plenty of fresh new experiences and sumptuous noms!
1. I Darts Halo
Not your usual club scene with music, drinks, and a crowd, i Darts aims to create fun times you won’t forget with darts, a game everyone (yes, everyone) can play.
With a whole variety of ways to play the game, it’s great for bonding, learning more about each other, and in all, just having a great time with friends.
Those new to the game, fear not! There are helpful instructors ready to guide you, and you’ll be hitting the bullseye in no time.
At just a dollar a game, it’s perfect for a fun night with the gang without breaking the bank.
New members also receive a free i Darts card, and you’ll even get to walk away with your very own set of darts if you score 400 and above! Between you and us, it’s not that tough to hit 400.
Make a date with iDarts! Who knows? You may just discover a hidden talent as a darts master!
Where: 201 Victoria Street Bugis+ #-03-24 Singapore 188067
Opening Hours: Sun-Thu & PH: 12.30pm to 1am; Fri, Sat & eve of PH: 12.30pm to 3am
Contact no.: 6634 9662
“People who love to eat are the best people”.
We know we do! Especially when it’s at Soi Thai Soi Nice, the latest Thai restaurant to hit the hot steamboat scene in Singapore.
The Thais love their food intense and flavourful–whether spicy, sweet or sour–and they love to wash that all down with a glass of refreshing ice milk tea.
Full of fresh seafood and meats, these premium ingredients are cooked in homemade authentic Tom Yam soup.
With 4 levels of spiciness, even those with a lower tolerance for spiciness can enjoy this bubbling hot, flavourful broth!
Soi Thai Soi Nice
Where: 321 Alexandra Road #02-01 @ Alexandra Central (Next to Ikea) Singapore 159972
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 11.30am – 3.30pm, 6.00pm – 10.00pm; Sat-Sun: 11.30am – 10pm
Contact no.: 6250 4863
Who says eating healthy is only about expensive salads and wraps?
Dosirak serves up healthy, tasty, and convenient Korean food for those on the go!
Super convenient and all under 500 calories, these protein packed food bowls are priced from just $7.90!
To order, all you have to do is pick your base, choose your veggies, and finally, your meat(s). Then, take your box, add the secret sauce (psst, it’s gochujang) and shake it up!
Now, who says fast food ain’t good for you?
Where: 18 Cross Street, China Square Central #01-02, Singapore 048423.
Contact no.: 65366034
This one needs no introduction!
Bangkok’s famous hipster market must have flooded your Instagram feeds by now.
Artbox featured plenty of local designers, affordable vintage fashion, quirky lifestyle products, modern home decor items and innovative snacks.
Just like Bangkok’s version, they were treated to yummy nosh from international vendors, a beer market and beautiful fairy light displays!
While there’s only so much a person can eat, we weren’t going to let that stop us. We dug into acai bowls, truffle noodles, Thai milk tea custard bun, milk tea, and even whiskey butter steak and ice cream!
We really hope it comes back next year ‘cuz this is one market we can’t get enough of.
“How you doin’?”
We dropped in on Central Perk SG, and we must say, it takes the idea of a themed cafe to the next level.
Our ambassador Jessie, a huge Friends fan, headed down to check it out!
Friends fans will defo go crazy for this cafe’s interior. We were impressed by how it had the Central Perk Cafe cut right down to the tiniest detail.
While there, we also had a good laugh trying out their edible helium balloons, the latest addition to their extensive themed menu.
Even the coffees here are themed after the memorable characters! Of course, Jessie had to order herself a strong ‘Joey Tribbiani’.
Who is your favourite FRIENDS character?
Central Perk SG
Where: 1 Magazine Road, Central Mall #01-01 Singapore 059567
Opening Hours: Sunday, Tues, Wed Thurs: 11am – 11pm; Fri, Sat: Open till late; Closed on mondays
Contact no.: 90252524
KBBQ has been around for a while now, but you have to try the ultimate Korean charcoal grill experience at Seorae.
Seorae is no ordinary Korean Restaurant. It’s the first Galmaegisal restaurant in Singapore. That’s a special pork cut that’s only available in 5% of the pig.
Their favourites were the Signature Pork Skirt with Sweet Garlic Marinade, Beef Short Ribs and Army Stew!
We also had a blast trying on the traditional korean wear to pass the time while waiting to be seated.
For a sweet finish, there’s even a Bingsu counter for dessert! Yummm.
Where: 68 Orchard Rd, #02-01, Plaza Singapura, 238839
Opening Hours: Mon-Thu: 11.30am – 10pm; Fri & Sat: 11.30am – 11pm, Sun: 11.30am-10pm
Contact no.: 9181 2709
7. Five Square
Five Square (FIV五 Square) is a unique dining space made up of 3 different concepts: The Bazaar, The Bar and The Recess.
Choose from 6 different cuisines at The Bazaar, chill over drinks, pool and darts at The Bar, and enter The Recess for an ultra-private session over whisky!
Our ambassador, Shivon headed down to catch up and chill after a long day at work.
She got to enjoy great food and drinks in such a cosy ambience! There was even live music playing when we got there!
Heads up, it gets busy from 6.30pm, so make your way down early!
Where: 1 Pickering Street, Great Eastern Centre, #01-03, Singapore 04865
Opening hours: Mon – Sat, 10am – 12am (Closed on Sundays and PH)
8. Flying Monkey
Flying Monkey brings the fun back into dining!
This contemporary Indian restaurant and bar is casual, quirky and a belly rubbing kinda yummy!
Housed in the culturally rich district of Kampong Glam, they offer authentic Pan-Indian cuisine with a pinch of excitement.
Our ambassador, Vanessa fell in love with The Flying Monkey cocktail, a smoked cocktail with a roasted aroma akin to an 18 year old whisky.
The highlight of the night has to be the contemporary pan-Indian cuisine! Our favourites were the Tandoori Chicken and Tulsi Cod.
This restaurant serves up small Tapas plates so you can taste a wide range of flavours. They’re great for sharing too! If you’re a big eater, no worries. You can always order a Big Plate for gorgeous, full-sized meals.
Where: 67 Bussorah St, Singapore 199480
Opening Hours: Sun-Thurs: 12.00pm – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11.00pm; Fri-Sat 12.00pm – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11.55pm
While so much has happened this month, we can’t wait to dive into even more fun events and happenings in May!
If you’re looking to increase your brand’s awareness and want to introduce products or services both old and new to more Singaporeans, drop us an email at [email protected]. We would love to work with you!
We’re also on the lookout for more ambassadors who are on a mission to discover the fun and exciting things in Singapore. If you love eating, shopping, and discovering new places in Singapore, drop us an email at [email protected].