Here are 10 florists that sell beautiful bouquets - fresh and dried - at wallet-friendly prices, so you can show your affection without burning a huge hole in your pocket.
Singapore Pub Crawl has launched the cheapest pub crawl in Singapore - Five Dollar Pub Crawls. As its name suggests, you'll only need to pay $5 to hit 5 bars and clubs.
From Bruno Mars and Fall Out Boy, to indie acts like Clean Bandit and Fleet Foxes, these are all the concerts happening in Singapore in 2018 so far.
Still haven't made plans for New Years Eve? Here are some fun plans to make with your favourite people this NYE.
On the hunt for bridesmaid dresses? Whatever your budget, here are 14 places where you can find some gorgeous bridesmaid styles.
Amidst all the Christmas cheer, here's one more reason to celebrate: if you've been an avid Grab user, Grab has a present (or many presents) for you.
Wah, Singapore has really come a long way. And we're not referring to our infrastructure or GDP. We're talking about Singlish lah.
Whether you have Muslim friends to take into consideration, or are a Muslim yourself, here are 7 of the best halal steamboat places to get your hot pot fix!
Due to the land scarcity that we face, graves had to be exhumed and cemeteries were cleared to make way for urban development.
What better way to go into 2018 than by thinking about all the long weekends there will be, and planning ahead for your 2018 holiday(s)?
Open from 15 December 2017- 1 April 2018, the Marina Bay Carnival is slated to be Singapore’s biggest carnival, occupying a sprawling 25,000 sq metre area.
If you love avocado toast, you'll be glad to know that Avorush sells NINE different types of it. Who knew you could have avocado toast so many ways?
The production has won five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards - and it will show in Singapore for the first time from 29 March - 8 April 2018.
Deliveroo has partnered up with Popeyes to give you a $1 deal this Singles Day - and we're talking a full meal, not just one piece of chicken.
Arts In Your Neighbourhood has taken over neighbourhoods like Toa Payoh, Yishun, and Woodlands. This November, it is taking over Jurong.
Ramen fans, there's a new duck ramen coming to you, and it comes courtesy of none other than Michelin-starred ramen restaurant Tsuta.
With two locations, 'Hai Kee', which roughly translates to mean 'remember the sea', is a chicken rice stall that has been around since 1959.
The global leader in free-roaming multi-player virtual reality gaming, Zero Latency is a company that originates from Melbourne.