It's finally 2018! We're back in January, the "Monday" of the year. We're all feeling sian but no worries, we've got some artsy AF events and great food for you to make it through the rest of this huge "Monday.
LAN gaming shops can be found all over Singapore. We found the best and cheapest ones for those of you who are looking to get your PUBG game faces on.
If you're looking for a place to settle down so that you and your friends can carry on your conversation comfortably, we've found you 6 places.
November is a relatively lull month, so we've compiled a list of events and food for you to eat and party your way through to make it to December.
Many of you have probably tried acai bowls, but have you tried an acai soft serve? These ones by Beriwell are the perfect way to beat Singapore's heat!
If you're sick of KFC, Popeyes, and 4Fingers, come meet the newcomer in the fried chicken market in Singapore, Birdfolks!
Simply called Mao Shan Wang Cafe, this durian cafe is opened by Four Seasons Durian. It serves durian flavoured treats that are both sweet and savoury.
This gorgeous concoction can be found on the menu at Abbie's Coffeehouse at Havelock II. The drink is creamy and light, with bits of sweet potato.
A Juicery opens its first store in Singapore at 21 Lorong Telok. Aside from a range of juices, the store also sells various coffees and wraps.
From 5 Oct - 31 Dec, a Miffy pop-up cafe will be here in Singapore to bring you meticulously-prepared Japanese dishes featuring the adorable bunny.
Many new eats this month including rainbow prata and an apothecary-themed bar. Plus an inaugural Muay Thai fight, the first ever Color Run Night and HHN7!
Serving up fresh seafood straight to your table - literally! Cajun On Wheels' seafood buckets or the beef & lobster burger will satisfy all fishy cravings.
Camp Canine will be happening on 24 September. The brainchild of the people behind pet thug-wear label FOURS, it guarantees fun times for both man and dog!
Nothing like some freshly roasted beans and a palette of interestingly bizarre cheese tarts to get your tastebuds tingling!
L'éclair is Singapore's first éclair specialty store and cafe. Their inventive éclairs are an exquisite treat for the tastebuds and the eyes.
Puzzles hopes to break down the barriers between the hearing impaired and normal people by encouraging visitors to order in sign language.
April's Bakery, Thailand's famous pie shop, is finally in Singapore! Get exclusive flavors like durian, Tokyo Banana and even a Thai milk tea pie here.
This place serves up typical diner-style food - except, the foods here aren't what they seem. Try these diner-themed desserts.
Bye, truffle fries! Some of these more unique fries in Singapore are sinful, but as the saying goes: don’t count your calories, make your calories count.