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.
Nestled within a housing estate in Jalan Minyak, Mr Li runs Yew Chye Religious Goods Trading.
From online to brick-and-mortar (or both), these shops will be your new go-tos, serving up an array of stylish furnishings that won’t break the bank because who says you have to be rich for your home to look like a million bucks.
This fragrance lab allows you to customise your fragrance with a mixologist to come up with your ideal perfume - from picking all the notes to choosing a name.
What if we tell you that you could abseil off a block of HDB flats safely and without breaking any laws?
Krispy Kreme Singapore has unveiled 2 new flavours in their range of donuts, for National Day. The White Chocolate Chilli and the Caramel Chilli Donuts.
Here are some of our favourite thrift shops around Singapore so you can 'pop some tags' and have your very own thrift shop moment.
Takagi Ramen has recently started offering islandwide delivery for their ramen, which is great news because the queues at their outlets are always long.
Following its popularity when it debuted last year, the Singapore Tea Festival is back for its 2nd edition this coming 21 to 23 September 2018!
For all you flea market lovers, there's going to be another marketplace bazaar happening this August! It's Carouselland and they're BACK!
POPsicle 2018 is Singapore's first ever meme-themed party, featuring a lineup of resident DJs from Singapore's hottest clubs.
Sometimes, with so many food options available in Singapore, it's really hard to choose one. Here are some favourites that I've managed to find.
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.
Tampines residents sure are spoilt for choice, with so many new eateries opening in Century Square. First there was Seoul in a Sandwich, then Two Hana, and now Beef Bro will also be opening an outlet there on 5 August 2018! If you were at the Geylang Serai Bazaar this year, you'll probably recognise Beef Bro.
Starbucks has always been known as the boujee cousin of our local kopitiams. However, people still flock to them for a cold brew. Either way, Starbucks is no stranger to Singaporeans. This National Day period, Starbucks pays tribute to the Lion City with a range of desserts with local flavours.
In another attempt to capitalise on Singapore's upcoming birthday, another fast food chain has jumped on bandwagon. Introducing Popeyes' new Chic & Crab Mantou! Available from now till 3 September 2018, the Chic & Crab Mantou will be available at all Popeyes outlets islandwide.
Happening from 17 to 25 August 2018, the Singapore Night Festival returns for its 11th edition, once again taking over the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct. Over a span of 9 days, the area transforms into a midsummer celebration, with dance performances and art installations for festival-goers.
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.
As you've already noticed, many fast food chains and restaurants are coming up with a locally-inspired menu because National Day is just 2 weeks away. With a sudden surge in Nasi Lemak and Durian menus across the island, we gladly welcome ANYTHING ELSE that isn't any of the abovementioned flavours.