If you're in need of a good break but you don't want to burst your budget either, we have some ideas for where you and your partner, friends, or family can go for a holiday, right here in Singapore. Best part, they're all under $150!
SaberMach is a Singapore brand focused on building high quality sabers for Star Wars enthusiasts. Started by two budget-conscious Singaporean Star Wars fan who could not afford lightsabers from the United States when they were in their teens, they joined forces to create the most badass sabers we've seen to date.
Kaya toast is what I'd describe as the "strawberry jam with scones" of England. It's a classic Singaporean breakfast that is best enjoyed with kopi gao and two soft-boiled eggs. Skip your usual Ya Kun Kaya and Toast Box and go for the more traditional coffee shops that will not disappoint you.
With the drama surrounding Mediacorp's decision to air the upcoming MasterChef Singapore on Channel 8, let me just take the time to inform everyone that technically, Singapore already has a MasterChef.
Did you know that Singapore has quite an extensive collection of local literature? To get people to read and explore local literature, the Singapore Book Council (SBC), in collaboration with DDB Singapore, has launched "Chatbooks".
Joining the likes of interesting food creations like the McDonald's Chocolate Pie and KFC's Zinger Mozzarella Burger, is our family favourite, MOS Burger! MOS Burger has just launched an Italian Pasta Burger which replaces their buns with pasta.
If you're not familiar with Playmade by 丸作, they previously caused a stir in the local bubble tea community with their interesting pearl flavours from Burnt Caramel to Pink Cactus and Black Sesame.
In case you haven't heard the screams from crazy fangirls (it's mainly us), Singapore's second musical son, Nathan Hartono has released his first Mandarin single, "爱超给电".
Estelle Fly is a Singapore-based artist who used to be part of the Japanese pop idol scene. In 2010, she was part of girl group MYnT and Japanese anime song idol group Sea*A for 3 years, from 2011 to 2013.
If we had it our way, most of us love to go on extended vacations to exotic locations - if we had the time and money to do so. But, just because you can't leave the country doesn't mean you can't have a fun, restful holiday.
This year, Aliwal Urban Art Festival has leveled up their programmes to include skateboarding, glamping, dancing, freestyle football and many more!
Trains broke down and students flashed the middle finger on national television. Here are the most Singaporean things that defined 2017.
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.
Due to the land scarcity that we face, graves had to be exhumed and cemeteries were cleared to make way for urban development.
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.
Ever wish you could live in a shophouse? We sussed out some of the best shophouses/colonial homes you can stay in in Singapore, and here they are.
Our favourite Drag Queen is turning 50 and he's celebrating it with everyone with his Kumar50 show at the Capitol Theatre!
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.