In the second instalment of their HuntTheMouse campaign, promotions aggregator Sqkii have hidden $100,000 somewhere in Singapore.
While their menu includes Japanese food staples like Tonkatsu ramen, rice bowls and gyoza, the star of the show has to be their Truffle Ramen.
Taking place over two weekends in January at Downtown East, Eatbox is described by its organisers as a “boutique edition of Artbox”.
We’ve already seen two instalments of Twilight: Flea & Feast this year, but it looks like the indoor bazaar will be making a third appearance in 2018.
Not everyone can cook a turkey without the risk of setting their kitchens on fire, and that’s where Novotel and Mercure Singapore On Stevens comes in.
The restaurant offers Roast Paradise’s Signature Char Siew and Roast Pork, while adding several zi char-style dishes to the menu as well.
As its name suggests, each of its 11 rides make use of virtual reality technology, offering a wide range of experiences.
According to a press release on the SBS website, a whopping 300 SBS buses will offer free Wi-Fi from February 2019 onwards.
Star Island is a musical centered around the concept of Hanabi, a Japanese tradition of eating, drinking and being generally merry while watching fireworks.
Happening this Friday to Sunday at the Bugis+ Atrium, this pop-up is giving you the chance to “trade” your travel memories for tangible rewards.
Created by local snack brand Mala Mala, these chips are a dream snack for any spicy food lover.
Like its predecessor, admission is completely free, and it'll run from 4pm - 11pm every single day.
Located on the second floor of Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Jin Ji has been operating since the building’s inception in 1983
After two years of touring a multitude of countries, DJ Adam Sky has decided to return to our shores to perform on a more permanent basis.
Dubbed the Red Hot Spicy Peppers Burger, this new creation is said to be hotter than the iconic McSpicy.
Whether you’re new to the scene or a seasoned sneakerhead, the Street Superior Festival 2018 is the place to be this weekend.
Located in a discreet corner along Prinsep Street, En Sushi is a cozy Japanese restaurant that’s probably best known for their affordable Bara Chirashi Dons.
In celebration of their 75th anniversary, IKEA will be selling a plate of 8 meatballs for 75 cents on the 6th and 7th of October.
Occupying a humble corner stall at Bedok North Street 1 Market and Food Centre, Plum & Rice serves Japanese-inspired rice with Singaporean-inspired dishes.
There’s going to be an overwhelming number of things to do, so we’ve once again rounded up five things that you should totally put on your to-do list