This izakaya situated in Novena serves up gyozas in assorted flavours. For those of you more adventurous, there's also Curry and Onsen Egg & Cheese.
The destination? Hougang Hainanese Village. And here are the 5 dishes to go for when you're there. Don't say good things never share.
For a mere $16, you’ll be entitled to a host of events that the “community marketplace" has curated.
Another National Day might have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that the celebrations have to stop.
What if we tell you that you could abseil off a block of HDB flats safely and without breaking any laws?
If you’re looking to switch up your NDP viewing experience you might want to check out Watch It Wet: NDP 2018.
Here are some of our favourite thrift shops around Singapore so you can 'pop some tags' and have your very own thrift shop moment.
Located in Suntec City, Watch Wonderland is more than just a watch shop. It's also an academy and a concierge. This retail space carries big names such as Seiko as well as micro-indie brands from the US, France and more. In addition to that, they also carry a total of 6 brands that are made with love by our very own Singaporean watchmakers.
If classic shots of Singapore's skyline and landmarks aren't your thing, keep reading. So we're here to save your Instagram feed from being #basic. We found a couple of Instagram-worthy places along the Downtown Line so you can up your photography game.
There’s going to be another lunar eclipse happening! However, with Singapore being a well-developed city, our light pollution is intense, so it might be hard to find a good spot to get a good look and photo. So here are some places that might be dark enough to enjoy the lunar eclipse in all its scarlet glory.
The Gym Pod is Singapore's first 24 hours automated container smart gym. It is designed such that you can enjoy an undisturbed and private workout at anytime of your choosing. Thanks to The Gym Pod, you can now have your very own private gym containers to exercise in.
Are you a cinephile? Do you "curate" movies to watch? If there's nothing currently showing in the cinemas that interests you, how about going to a pop up cinema? Organised by Funzing and Popcorn, the Popcorn Pop Up Cinema takes place on multiple days in a week, at multiple locations, each playing a different movie.
The gaming scene is ever-changing, with new gimmicks and gadgets trying their best to immerse us in the game as much as possible. Today, we even have virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) gaming. While augmented reality gaming is popular, virtual reality is by far the more exciting of the 2.
One of the most enjoyable foods to eat, has got to be the taco. It's so simple yet so good, which probably explains why it's considered to be one of the best foods to eat when drunk. In Singapore, there's an increasing number of Mexican restaurants and a crowd favourite is Lucha Loco.
Previously known as Tiger Balm Gardens, Haw Par Villa is an Asian cultural park that's a treasure trove of Asian philosophy, culture, and religion that was built way back in 1937 by millionaire philanthropist Aw Boon Haw. The park is filled with various statues and sculptures that detail specific aspects of Taoism.
I'm not saying that I love Death Metal but like Sanrio's Retsuko, I understand that there's something cathartic in belting your heart out in a karaoke studio. While Singapore has no shortage of karaoke studios, here are some of the best ones I've found so you can have your very own scream sesh.
Have you been to the Singapore Zoo at night? Usually, you can't because the Zoo closes at 6pm daily but from 1 July 2018, you can! The Singapore Zoo has come up with a new attraction in celebration of its 45th birthday!
Being a parent is tough. Teaching a child is tough. Looking after a child is tough. But what if it doesn't have to be? I've compiled a list of places to take your kids that's both educational and inexpensive. Because honestly, we're quite done with the zoo, and the rooftop play area at VivoCity.
The last movie theatre that served Bedok residents, was the iconic Princess Theatre, which closed 10 years ago. Today, Golden Village Multiplex, has opened its doors at DjitSun Mall Bedok with a new 576-seater multiplex.
We all grew up in Singapore. Right? Most of us. But anyway, my point is we all grew up in a neighbourhood and have lots of memories tied to a certain area in Singapore. Since my colleagues hail from different parts of Singapore, I decided to do a little investigation to find out where they grew up.