The Japanese brand is staging a guided play titled Modest Travels, which tell four stories of Singaporeans and their experiences overseas.
Fans of Kenny G will also be glad to know that the beloved saxophonist will be performing in Singapore on 8 November 2018 at The Star Theatre!
Here's where you can find the cheapest beer towers in Singapore, because with beer towers this cheap, there's no reason to get your own bottle.
I've always wanted to pick up Cantonese though but I can never seem to properly grasp the dialect's lack of concrete pronunciation for their consonants and their mashed vowels. But today, I'm going to try my best to convey the basic Cantonese words and phrases that I've learnt.
Singapore is home to many dialect groups, but the most common one is probably Hokkien. The place where Hokkien is most prevalent is the humble kopitiam, where the elderly chatter fluently in the dialect. If your Hokkien is limited to the expletives, then here are some simple words and phrases that you can use daily.
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.
Growing up in the 90s, life was great. As a 90s kid, we found many ways to entertain ourselves, and toy manufacturers were also stepping up their game so we had tons of new toys to pester our parents to buy. But that aside, here are some of the things that we 90s kids remember from our childhood.
The western version of "Asian" cuisine is always wrong. Just because a dish has fish sauce, soy sauce, sesame oil, chilli, or sesame seeds, does NOT make it an "Asian" or "Asian-inspired" dish. So today, I'll educate you guys on the different types of Chinese cuisine, specifically from the different dialect groups.
Growing up in the 90s, local television was a treasure trove of great programs. From Under One Roof to Growing Up, our local programs were heartwarming, funny, engaging and relatable. And none more so, than Mr Kiasu. Local icon, Kiasu King, Singaporean citizen.
From various divination methods to geomancy (also known as fengshui), Singapore has no shortage of local occult practices and quirks. Recently, I came across an intriguing little thing known as Aura Photography and I decided to try and get my aura read because why not?
Professions in the arts sector may not come to mind when people discuss career options in Singapore. We hear from 5 artists about the misconceptions people have about their career choice, and why they find their job worthwhile.
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.
This year, Aliwal Urban Art Festival has leveled up their programmes to include skateboarding, glamping, dancing, freestyle football and many more!
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.
On the hunt for bridesmaid dresses? Whatever your budget, here are 14 places where you can find some gorgeous bridesmaid styles.
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)?
Here are 5 of the biggest bills you’ll see in your lifetime as a Singaporean. A word of warning: Brace yourself for these numbers.
Arts In Your Neighbourhood has taken over neighbourhoods like Toa Payoh, Yishun, and Woodlands. This November, it is taking over Jurong.
The creative folks at Kult have a 'Sin City' merchandise collection and double takes are necessary because you might miss the change in the iconic designs.