There’s An Underground Music Joint In Bukit Timah That’s So Secret, You’re Driven And Blindfolded There

You’ve got your speakeasies, hidden art galleries and secret museums. Now it’s time to skip the mainstream nightlife venues and go straight to where the coolest parties are at. Taking underground music to a whole new level is The Kave HQ.

This underground watering hole hosts guerilla music performances somewhere in the woods of Bukit Timah, but no one knows the exact address, even its regular party-goers.

Sounds interesting? Here’s what you can expect.

An 80s Inspired Cave

Opened since June this year, getting to Kave HQ involves meeting up with other guests at the gathering point and waiting for an old school Beetle or Kombi van to come pick you up. To ensure absolute secrecy, you’ll be blindfolded the entire journey.

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Don’t worry, you’ll be seated with your best buds if you’re scared of being blindfolded. You can also try sneaking a peek along the ride, but it’s no fun without a little mystery and thrill!

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What lies within might possibly the one of the coolest music joints in Singapore. Meet up with like-minded music enthusiasts and be transported to an 80s-inspired underground music scene featuring bricked walls, cement flooring, exposed pipes, dangling light bulbs, neon-lit signs and vintage furniture.

Kave HQ promises local acts, chill vibes and drinks – because what’s a party without booze? It’s a space for music lovers and musicians to jam with all night long. Their lineup includes local indie bands such as Disco Hue, .gif and resident group The Kavemen among many other artists in Asia’s indie pop scene.

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You can also book the space for solemnisations and weddings if you’re looking to tie the knot in an indie setting. Upon confirmation, the space will be decorated with rose garlands and a mini altar – making it the perfect setting to declare your love for one another.

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Huge fan of vintage cars? Immortalise your intimate moments inside one!

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Keep your eyes peeled for their next gig. Since their location is a secret and you can’t exactly walk in at anytime of the day, keep a lookout for upcoming gigs on their Facebook page.

Their next gig is happening on 21st December with a special Christmas-themed set. Come dressed as an elf, reindeer or Santa as a special prize awaits the best dressed of the night. There’ll also be sips and nosh for the good and naughty – think Christmas Tarik cocktails and hearty beef stew!

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Book your tickets for Jingle Dingle at Eventbrite. There are only 80 tickets available, so grab yours before they’re all gone! A ticket costs $38/pax but it’ll cost $32/pax for the first 50!

The Kave HQ
Upcoming Event: Jingle Dingle
Date & Time: 21 December 2019
Time:8pm – 11.30pm
Meeting point: The Grandstand Shuttle Pick Up Point (Carpark outside Giant)
Pick up timings: 7.15pm – 7:45pm
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Placing Your Order In Sign Language Will Get You A 10% Discount At This Cafe

You can order in English – or sign language if you prefer – at Puzzles.

If you order in sign language, you’ll get an additional 10% discount.

Don’t know how to speak sign? Don’t worry, as there is an instruction board at the counter to guide you. The servers will be super appreciative that you tried to converse in their language, so take your time.

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A Cafe With A Cause

Puzzles, a cafe that serves up pizza bombs and other snacks, was started by two Ngee Ann Polytechnic graduates, Suzana Slemat and Shazlina Sulaiman, who wanted to shed some light on the struggles that deaf people face when interacting with service staff.

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Puzzles mostly employs hearing impaired students, who are able to gain some working experience and earn some pocket money. The sign language guide and discount helps encourage interaction between the hearing impaired the regular customers.

While majority of customers are students and school staff, there are also regulars from the deaf community who enjoy visiting the cafe because of the servers who speak the same language. It seems like word has gotten out!

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Pizza bomb toppings (or fillings in this case) are constantly on rotation, which means you’ll never get bored by the selection. You can expect flavors like salted egg, Hawaiian, chilli crab, beef satay, black pepper chicken, and cheesy spinach.

Other than pizza bombs, there are all sorts of snacks and desserts to sate your appetite in a long lecture. Think glazed chicken bites, brownies, meatball puffs, and mac and cheese.

Sometimes, they will have an all-day breakfast menu going on, with offerings like breakfast buns, roti johns and the super popular hashbrowns.

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For now, Puzzles only operates in Ngee Ann Polytechnic during term time as that’s when they get most business. Puzzles takes a break during school holidays, but is still open for catering orders.

Suzana and Shazlina has plans to continue operating Puzzles for two more years, and hopefully expand to other tertiary institutions. Soon, you might even be able to see Puzzles at other universities and polytechnics!

Till then, you’ll have to make do going to Ngee Ann Poly for your pizza bomb fix while learning some sign language on the side!  

Address: Ourspace@Ngee Ann Poly, 535 Clementi Rd, Singapore 599489
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 10am – 6pm (during school terms)

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This Cafe Created A Diner-Themed Dessert Menu, And Our Eyes Are Confused

If you’ve ever wished you could switch out all the food on your dinner plate for something sweeter (basically, dessert for dinner), there’s a cafe in Singapore where you can do just that; that is, seem like you’re having a sensible meal, but in fact be enjoying dessert.

Nestled in Lorong Kilat, this place serves up typical diner-style food – except, the foods here aren’t what they seem.

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A spot called “Cake Avenue“, its name should be the first clue that you’re not in for a regular meal of burger and fries.

Look closer and you’ll find burger buns that are actually made of cake, soup that’s made of jelly, salsa that’s made of strawberry compote… You have to see it to believe it.

A Diner-themed Dessert Menu

Cake Avenue has released a new diner-themed dessert menu, and if you’re a sweet tooth, you’ll love all 6 new menu offerings they’re plating up.

First up is the classic burger and fries combo – or rather, its dessert twin.

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Instead of burger buns sandwiching a beef patty, what you’re seeing here is a dark chocolate ice cream “patty” sandwiched by vanilla butter cake “burger buns”. The vibrantly coloured “mustard” is passionfruit purée, and raspberry purée serves as the “ketchup”.

For sides, you get “fries”, which comprise more vanilla cake.

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Dessert nachos – bad idea or totally genius? Decide for yourself!

This dish of nachos contains flatbread nachos topped with strawberry compote “salsa”, chocolate mousse “refried beans”, julienned peach “cheese” and pistachio ice cream “guacamole”.

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Now, this is a dish we find quite intriguing.

A simple bowl of Alphabet Soup, scoop into it and you’ll find that beneath the rose jelly “tomato broth” is a lychee mousse with lychee and raspberry. If you’re wondering if the “alphabets” are actually alphabet pasta, think again – the people at Cake Avenue went all out, crafting the alphabets out of sweet milk agar.

More Unicorn Food

If there’s one foodie trend that seems to be powering on, it has to be unicorn food.

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Pretty to look at and super Instagrammable, Cake Avenue has created a range of unicorn-themed shakes that come complete with ears and a horn!

In pastel hues of yellow, pink, and green, take your pick from mango, strawberry and matcha flavours respectively!

Raring to try these inventive creations? So are we! Unfortunately, these new desserts will only be available from 1 September onwards, so we’ll all have to wait for just a bit before we can get our hands on these adorable treats.

Cake Avenue 
Address: 33 Lorong Kilat, #01-01/02 Kilat Centre, 598132
Opening Hours: Daily, 10am – 8.30pm; Closed on Mon
Contact no.: 6877 9008

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At The Affogato Bar, It’s Never Too Early To Get Drunk On Coffee And Ice Cream

Singapore has plenty of cafes offering quality cuppas to perk you up.

The same, however, cannot be said about affogato, which is not as commonly served in cafes. So, imagine our delight when The Affogato Bar opened in Singapore!

Tucked away in a little spot in Cluny Court, this coffee and affogato bar is the latest addition to Bukit Timah’s bustling food scene.

Asia’s first affogato bar in Singapore

In its most basic form, affogato is a scoop of ice cream with a shot of hot espresso poured over it. As such, the key to a delicious affogato is good, quality coffee. In this case, The Affogato Bar uses the award-winning Dimattina Coffee that hails from Melbourne.

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At the bar, choose from 5 different types of affogatos: Death by Chocolate ($13.90), Pot of Honey ($11.90), Carota Carota ($13.90), Banana Ramble ($12.90), and Classic White ($10.90). Each affogato comes with two shots of espresso for that hit of caffeine!

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Our pick goes to Death by Chocolate ($13.90), a rich and decadent dessert that will delight chocoholics. Served in a martini glass, the chocolate sorbet is topped with brownie chunks, chocolate streusel and a thin round of dark chocolate.

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For those who prefer something less chocolate-y, try the Banana Ramble ($12.90)! It’s served with banana pecan ice cream, soft banana cake, banana slices, pecans, and is topped off with double shots of Mocharoma.

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Affogato aside, you can choose from a selection of savoury items which include bagel sandwiches in flavours such as cream cheese, dill & onion and sun-dried tomato, just to name a few!

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As for drinks, the bar also serves up a full-bodied chai latte ($5.50 Hot/ $6.50 Cold) which is worth a try!

Ultimately, while we love the desserts, our only gripe is that the 15-seater is rather small. Be prepared to wait if you are patronising the bar on a weekend!

The Affogato Bar
Address: 01-04B Cluny Court, 501 Bukit Timah Road
Opening Hours: Daily, 8am – 11pm
Contact no.: 9238 9005

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Cat Lovers, Get Your Dose Of Kitty Therapy At This Place For Just $5

A little therapy’s good for everybody – especially when you’ve got a team of loving feline friends for therapists.

Not Just A Cat Café

While the trend of cat cafés is on the rise, Cats’ Safari is far from one.

The therapy centre was founded by Derrick Tan, one of the brains behind animal welfare group Voices For Animals (VFA). Nestled in the neighbourhood of Sunny Heights, Cats’ Safari is both a cat-lover’s paradise and a sanctuary for its team of felines. Their cause? To give loving cats a safe haven while providing cat therapy for members of the public, especially children with special needs.

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Decked out in green decor, they take the safari theme seriously, with “trees” for the felines to climb on and an open floor where you can get comfortable with your new paw pals. No therapist’s couch necessary.

Meet The Felines

We know, cats don’t always have the best reputation when it comes to being the most affectionate of house pets. After all, there’s the well-known argument that cat owners are all masochists.

But rest assured that all the cat therapists you’ll meet will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside. The cats are rescue pedigree cats, and the team at Cats’ Safari makes sure that all their cat therapists are good-natured, gentle, and play well with people and other felines.

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A crowd-favourite feline is Merger, a sweet-faced Munchkin cat who was born with a hind-leg disability. Her disability hardly stops her from being her playful, active self though, making her a joy and inspiration for the people who come and go at Cats’ Safari.

Why Cat Therapy Is Good For You

Don’t underestimate the power of animal love—studies show that a pet can reduce stress and even lower your blood pressure. So just petting a cat or curling up for a catnap with your feline friend has positive calming effects.

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Let’s face it, the hustle and bustle of city life has a lot of us stressed out. Rather than blowing all your cash on a weekend staycation or spa, indulge in some cat therapy that won’t break the bank—admission to Cats’ Safari goes at just $5 for adults and $3 for students.

Cats’ Safari opens to the public on the weekends, making it the perfect way to unwind at the end of a long, stressful work week. What better way to calm those frazzled nerves than with a warm cat purring in your lap?

If you’re a cat lover who can’t afford the time or money to own a cat of your own, Cats’ Safari is a great place to get your dose of feline TLC. A few snaps of these lovely-looking felines are also sure to up your ‘Gram game.

If you’re thinking of spending the weekend unwinding at Cats’ Safari, be sure to call ahead and book yourself a therapy slot. Members of the public can also write to Cats’ Safari to arrange private therapy sessions on weekdays.

Cats’ Safari
110 Turf Club Road (Sunny Heights), Bukit Timah, Singapore 288000
Opening Hours: Sat: 2pm – 6pm; Sun: 1pm – 6pm
Contact no.: 6314 9363

7 Places To Buy Whacky Games That Aren’t Monopoly: From Game Of Thrones To Cards Against Humanity

What happened to the good old days when we sat around playing Monopoly with friends and family? That’s right, that game made or broke relationships with its ridiculous rules on land and property owning.

If you’re looking for board, card or team games that don’t jeopardise your relationships, check out these 7 places to go game shopping!

1. Toy Brick Station – Cards Against Humanity

Find all your board and card game needs at Toy Brick Station, where games suitable for all ages can be found.

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That includes the outrageously funny, sometimes inappropriate but always a treat to play – Cards Against Humanity!

Cards Against Humanity

Unlike most card and board games, where victory and ruthless strategy is required to win, this card game brings people together with laughter.

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A party game for anywhere between 3-20 people, each player first draws 10 white cards.

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In each round, 1 player will be the Card Czar pull out a black card and show it to the group.

Everyone else will have to answer the question or fill in the blank on that black card with 1 of their white cards, placed facedown on the ground.

Going in a circle, everyone presents their answer, and the funniest card wins the round!

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Multiple versions of Cards Against Humanity can be found in their store, and it’s time to check out what else can be answered to the age-old question: What is Batman’s Guilty Pleasure?

Toy Brick Station
Address: 10, Jalan Serene, # 02 – 09/10/11, Serene Centre, Singapore 258748
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Constantly updating their stock with the latest in board and card games, you’ll most likely find latest releases with ToyTag.

7 Wonders

One of which is 7 Wonders. To be played in groups of any number between 2 and 7 players, this card game is split into three ages (rounds).

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The premise of the game is simple: Each player is first given an ancient civilisation (one of the 7 wonders of the world).

Each player gets 1 resource, 3 coins and 7 cards and plays a card by placing it in their play area.

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Some cards require resources to be played. If you don’t have that resource, you can buy it from the player next to you.

After everyone has had a turn playing and paying for their cards, everyone passes on their deck to the person to their right or left (based on the age of the players).

This continues until everyone is left with 2 cards in their hands, at which point one of the cards must be discarded, and the second age begins.

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With each age comes cards that are more powerful, but they’ll also require more resources. Apart from buying them or using what you have, you can use chaining, where the earlier cards tell you what it can build for free and how. Alternatively, you can discard a card for 3 coins.

The game ends after the 3rd age, and the player with the most victory points wins.

With the Pantheon Expansion, Leaders Expansion and Wonder Pack, 7 Wonders fans buy all of them from ToyTag and have a ball of a time with friends.

Address: 1 Maritime Square, #03-58, HarbourFront Centre, Singapore 099253
Tel: 6276 7268

3. Gamesaurus Rex – A Game of Thrones: The Card Game

Dedicated to board and card game fanatics who are looking for a place to play, Gamesaurus Rex was founded in 2012 to meet the needs of its passionate audience.

A FLGS (Friendly Local Game Store) and a Gaming Events venue, Gamersaurus Rex allows you to buy a wide range of Board Games, Card Games and Miniature wargames amidst the daily gaming events in store.

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A Game of Thrones: The Card Game

Season 7 of Game of Thrones is coming soon, and what better way to start theorising away than to play the Game of Thrones yourself?

A Game of Thrones: The Card Game is a Living Card Game (LCG) from the second edition onwards. Unlike a Collectible Card Game (CCG), a LCG offer regular expansion packs and deck-buildings. You’ll also be able to avoid the blind-buy purchase of CCGs.

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Played between 2-6 players, each player plays as 1 of the 8 different factions of Westeros in a bid to control the Game of Thrones.

The game starts with 2 cards: a draw deck that represents the forces a player has at his/her command, and a plot deck for developing and managing a long term strategy.

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As the game progresses, with Faction, Plot, Player and Title cards, Gold, Influence and 1st Player Tokens and Power Counters, the first player to get 15 power wins the game.

Thankfully, the core game set includes a booklet explaining the rules of the game in detail. To get the best out of this game, purchasing the many expansion packs is a must.

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You can find fellow A Game of Thrones: The Card Game players at one of Gamesaurus Rex‘s many daily, weekly and monthly events.

Gamesaurus Rex
Address: 259A, Upper Thompson Rd, Singapore 574386
Tel: 86931060
Board Games Rejuvenate has even set up its storefront in a certain manner because they wanted customers to be able to look, see and touch the board games itself.

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Cold War: CIA vs KGB

A fast-paced 2 player card game, each player assumes the role of either the CIA or the KGD in determining the outcome of the Cold War.

With each round representing a year of conflict, a single country or event becomes the main focus of the USA and the USSR. Each player will send in a spy (Agent Card) to infiltrate and manipulate locals (Group Cards).

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The ultimate aim is to win victory points through the Objective Cards upon successfully controlling the situation. The first player to reach 100 victory points wins the game.

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Board Games Rejuvenate gives Cold War (and we mean the card game, not the historical event) a solid 8.5/10, so if you’ve always wished to change the events of the Cold War, your dream comes true at Board Games Rejuvenate.

Board Games Rejuvenate
Address: The Central, #03-81, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore 059817
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You can play Codenames with your buddies in store, and bring home a brand new set when you’re officially obsessed.

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Two teams of up to 4 (red vs blue) pit themselves against each other in a bid to uncover all the agents first.

There are code name cards, each bearing one word, that are laid out 5×5 on the table. Some belong to the red agents, some to the blue agents, one to the assassin and the rest are innocent bystanders.

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An opposing spymaster is held hostage by each team, and each spymaster will give one-word clues that point to words on the board. Their team mates must try to guess who their team’s agents are, while avoiding the cards of their opponents.

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With 25 secret agent identities hidden from all but 2 of your fellow board game players, no one can be trusted…

Team Board Game
Address: 1 Sophia Rd, #04-14, Peace Centre, S(228149)
Tel: +65 9856 2565 (SMS and Whatsapp only)
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Blood Rage

This is the place to purchase Blood Rage, the ultimate Viking and Norse Mythology game.

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Ragnarök, aka the end of the world, fast approaches. Choosing from 1 of 4 Viking Clans (Bear, Wolf, Raven, Serpent), 2-4 players will fight to lead their clans to ultimate glory and they take their rightful place at Odin’s side before Ragnarök,.

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Each player is dealt a deck of cards, from which they must pick 1 card, before passing the deck clockwise and picking another card from the new deck.

This repeats until the decks run out, and you’ve got your specially curated hand.

Using the cards on hand, players must plan and battle, or go on quests and increase their clan’s stats, to be the ultimate winner.

This is a game that tests your strategic skills, battle acumen, and passion for Nordic Mythology.

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Win as many battles against rival clans, pillage as many villages as possible, and reach the tree Yggdrasil for ultimate pillaging and glory.

Perfect for gamers who are sick of zombies and vampires.

Address: Midpoint Orchard, #03-01, 220 Orchard Road, Singapore 238852
Tel6734 3858
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Magic: The Gathering

Published back in 1993, this 24-year-old game is still a favourite of Collectible Card Game lovers.

The ultimate CCG with over 17,000 cards to collect, build your deck, and battle with, Magic: The Gathering requires dedication and a low-level obsession.

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Typically a 2-player gamer, you assume the role of a planeswalker – a powerful wizard – as you battle other players for glory.

You start each game with twenty “lifepoints” and the aim is to reduce your opponent to 0 life. You can achieve this through spellcasting, equipping your allies with weapons, and blocking damage during combat.

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Best of all, this is another store where gamers are more than welcome to play with friends or make new ones!

Dueller’s Point
Address: Blk 450 Hougang Ave 10, #B1-541, Singapore 530450
Tel: 9476 6080
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Best Picnic Spots: Eat, Laugh, Talk, And Chill The Day Away With Your Friends!

Clear skies, bright, sunny weather – Singapore is essentially the perfect place for a good picnic. Imagine tucking into a homemade and scrumptious spread of good food, with hearty conversations and peals of laughter filling the air. With numerous picnic spots to choose from, what are you waiting for?

It’s time to roll out those picnic mats and enjoy the abundance of lush greeneries in the great outdoors. To help you make planning for the picnic easier, here are the best picnic spots in Singapore!

Fort Canning Park

If you walk towards the picnic field, you will pass by the spice garden where you get to explore interesting archeological remains before furling out that picnic mat.

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The picnic field is a great space for a game of frisbee or a long awaited catch-up session.

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Position the picnic under a large shady tree, and you’ll be set for a great time!

Fort Canning Park 
River Valley Rd, Singapore 179037
Opening Hours: 24 Hours

Hort Park

This one-stop gardening hub consists of huge, green lawns that are splendid for picnics.

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There are 20 different themed gardens in the park, so you’ll get to do some exploring before you settle down at a spot!

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Besides the themed garden, there’s also a butterfly garden. You’ll learn all about all the distinctive qualities of the different plant and butterfly species on this picnic trip!

Hort Park
33 Hyderabad Road, Singapore 119578
Opening Hours: 6am – 10pm

Gardens by the Bay

Spacious open lawns, swaying palm trees and a modern, contemporary view of the Marina Bay skyline – a picnic at Gardens by the Bay is going to be such an experience.

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Take your pick from a variety of open spaces that are great picnic spots. You can choose to settle at the boardwalk (dragonfly & kingfisher lakes), bay east garden, or even at the super tree grove, just to name a few picnic spots.

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If you’d like to combine picnic and activity, just head down to the conservatories to enjoy the air-conditioning and ever-changing display of flowers and plants.

Gardens by the Bay
18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Opening Hours: 5am – 2am

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Upper Seletar Reservoir

Arrive at Upper Seletar Reservoir in the evening to savour a striking view of the gorgeous setting sun.

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For nature lovers, you can take a leisurely stroll and appreciate this quiet, simple park.

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This is one of the most tranquil picnic spots if you are looking for a calm and peaceful hideout away from the concrete jungle.

Upper Seletar Reservoir
Along Old Upper Thomson Road
Opening Hours: 7am – 7pm

Labrador Nature Reserve

The panoramic sea-view at Labrador Nature Reserve is sure to take your breath away!

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This very zen park is a hidden paradise nestled in our bustling city – a great excuse for a short relaxing escapade from your usual busy lifestyle.

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There are also barbecue pits available if you are thinking of organising an evening barbecue picnic.

Labrador Nature Reserve
Labrador Villa Road, Singapore 119187
Opening Hours: 24 Hours

Kranji Reservoir Park

Kranji Reservoir Park is a quaint little space perfect for a picnic spot.

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If you’d like to try your hand at fishing, don’t forget the fishing rods! There are two designated fishing spots at the park if you are up for a therapeutic fishing experience.

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If you are just looking to spend some time with your loved ones, nab one of the pavilions and get a kick out of the spectacular view of the Straits of Johor.

Kranji Reservoir Park
11 Neo Tiew Lane 2,Singapore 718814
Opening Hours: 7am – 7pm

Mount Faber Park

Planning a romantic picnic for your other half? Mount Faber Park is the way to go!

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You get to rejoice in some of the best scenic views of the island.

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If you are up to some physical activities, go on a hike at the Southern Ridges. Comprising of 10km of green, open spaces, you can stroll through Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve all in a day.

Mount Faber Park
Telok Blangah Road, Singapore 099448
Opening Hours: 24 Hours

Hindhede Nature Park

Hindhede Nature Park is a hidden, quieter spot at the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.

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Roll out your picnic mat and revel in the view of the photogenic Hindhede Quarry over the delectable picnic grubs that you’ve prepared.

Hindhede Nature Park
Hindhede Dr
Opening Hours: 24 Hours

The Lawn @ Marina Bay

This picnic space is the ultimate urban oasis that is facing the ever-evolving Marina Bay Waterfront.

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Inspired by Byrant Park in New York, this 13,000 square feet park features lush green lawns lined by park benches and shady trees.

Lawn @ Marina Bay
8A Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018984
Opening Hours: 24 Hours

Organising a picnic is not tough at all. Simply pick a location from the various picnic spots featured, pack some food, call up your friends and you are good to go! An awesome picnic session is awaiting you.

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Also, read Ultimate Guide To Dog-Friendly Places: Hang Out With Your Doggy All Day, Every Day!

G’day Mate! 7 Australian Cafes In Singapore That Feel Just Like The Real Deal

G’day mate! Our experiences tell us that some of the best coffee and food in the world comes from down-under – Australian cafes.

As coffee lovers, we can’t help but fall in love with that fragrant, freshly roasted cuppa joe. Pair it with some delicious and wholesome food (especially breakfast!) and ta-da, your day is made.

Though we are in fast-paced Singapore, it is true that you can find some really authentic, slow and relaxed Australian cafes here!

1) Luxe Sydney Singapore

Fall in love with the unpretentious Australian cafe over at Luxe.

Founded in Sydney, Luxe is an artisan bakery that focuses on making their own premium breads and pastries.

Their awesomeness has since expanded into Singapore, creating that approachable environment that offers amazing food, all day.

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Sourdoughs are simple, un-fancy, but it is certainly ultimate comfort food.

The sourdoughs over at Luxe are freshly baked, toasted and served with butter & their house-made berry jam. So delightful.

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Another must-try – the ricotta pancakes. There aren’t many places in Singapore serving them, and the one at Luxe is a real gem.

If you are really missing Australia, Luxe has got you this time round because those pancakes are the bomb.

Luxe Sydney Singapore
Address: 1 Keong Saik Road #01-04 Singapore 089109 (The Working Capitol building)
Open: Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 10pm, Sunday – Monday 9am to 4pm
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The specially designed space and concept of Robert Timms is curated to create the rustic and casual dining ambience that we all love.

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The classic Australian cuisine is always famed for using the freshest ingredients.

The outlet at Wheelock Place serves up your favourites ranging from the classic eggs & toast, Aussie baby ribs, and desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth! May we have some lamingtons please!

The House of Robert Timms
Address: Wheelock Place, 501 Orchard Road, #01-02/03, Singapore 238880
Tel: 6735 9201
Open:Sunday to Thursday & PH – 8am to 11pm, Friday to Saturday & PH Eve – 8am to 1am*

Address: Marina Bay Link Mall, 8A Marina Boulevard, #B2-11, Marina Bay Link Mall, Singapore 018984
Tel: 6509 8117
Open: Monday to Friday – 7.30am to 7.30pm, Closed on Weekends & PHs
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Located in Robertson Quay, their outdoor seating area overlooks our Singapore River.

Their indoor seating is large and welcoming with high ceilings – the cafe is almost always ready to impress you.

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Behind every cup of awesome coffee is a great barista and Toby’s Estate totally gets that.

Every single cup and brew is specially crafted by their highly trained baristas, ensuring you get a perfect caffeine fix every single time you visit.

Toby’s Estate
8 Rodyk Street, 01-03/04 Singapore 238216
Tel: +65 6636 7629
Open: Sunday – Thursday  7.30am-6pm, Friday – Saturday  7.30am-8pm

Upholding their really simple philosophy of sourcing the best coffee and using the freshest ingredients in their food preparation, Jamaica Blue has expanded in 7 countries out of Australia.

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With their casual and minimal interiors, Jamaica Blue is an ideal place to savour your cup of mid-day coffee.

From the classic Aussie banana breads to scones and a wide selection of bread and pastries, the cafe has them all.

A really wise choice would be to pair a little snack with a cuppa latte. Relax, chill and enjoy.

Jamaica Blue
Address: Suntec City Mall, 3 Temasek Boulevard #01-606/607, Suntec City Mall. 038983
Open: Mon – Fri: 07:30 – 22:00, Sat: 09:00 – 21:00, Sun: 09:00 – 17:00

Address: Citylink Mall, #B1-10, Citylink Mall, 1 Raffles Link, 039393
Open: Mon – Fri: 07:30 – 22:00, Sat – Sun: 10:00 – 22:00

Address: One Raffles Place#01-62, One Raffles Place Tower 2, 1 Raffles Place, 048616
Open: Mon – Fri: 07:30 – 18:30, Closed: Sat, Sun & PH
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Their only outlet in Singapore is located at Dempsey Hill.

The modern, brightly-lit and large space perks you up instantly and is certainly a great choice for your weekend breakfast.

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The highly comprehensive menu consists of a plethora of dishes, ranging from a simple fare of fresh fruits & vanilla yogurt to creating your very own cheese platter.

Choose from a pretty insane list of cheeses – Brie de Meaux from France to Gruyere Reserve from Switzerland. The world’s best cheeses right at your fingertips. Wow!

Jones the GrocerHill
Block 9 #01-12 Dempsey Road, Dempsey Hill, Singapore, 247697
Tel: +65 6476 1518
Open: Monday – Sunday 8:00am – 11:00pm
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Besides serving up the usual Australian gourmet fares and artisanal coffees, Rokeby is staying true to their Australian roots.

They have some mean varieties of Australian wines and beers!

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You won’t be able to resist some good ol’ waffles served with a knob of butter. Oh, and not to forget, that drizzle of maple syrup!

Isn’t that what Australian food is? Simple, hearty, delicious and close to your heart.

Address: 15-9 Jalan Riang Singapore 358987
Open: Mon: Closed, Tue to Fri:  11am-10pm, Sat/Sun: 9am-10pm
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They have your usual Eggs Benedict and Chicken Parma, but they are always having special dishes on their menu, thanks to their experimental chefs!

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Housed in a glasshouse with floor-to-ceiling windows (Goodman Arts Centre), the interior feels warm, inviting and really laid-back.

A perfect spot for a weekend breakfast/brunch with your family. The communal tables at the outdoor seating area are also great for a gathering with your group of friends.

Cafe Melba
Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Goodman Arts Centre, Blk N #01-56, Singapore, 439053
Open: Monday-Friday: 10am – 10pm, Weekends and Public Holidays: 8:30am-10pm

Address: Mediapolis, 1 Stars Avenue, #03-01, Singapore, 138507
Open: Daily, 8am-10pm
6 Romantic & Secluded High-Tea Spots That Your Date Will Surely Approve Of!

9 Places With Wholesome Good Food That Will Inspire You To Eat Clean!

They say that you are what you eat. But, how many of us can keep eating healthy food, terrible vegetables, and plain food? Healthy eating seems like a tough choice. However, we’re here to prove that you can eat clean.

What if we tell you that incorporating a mindful diet need not be that boring after all? We’ve found some scrumptious and clean food from all over Singapore! You will get to eat clean and appreciate wholesome natural food. Let’s get hungry!

1. Joe & the Juice’s Breakfast Club

Danish-Scandinavian inspired destination coffee and juice bar, Joe & the Juice, has become a cult favourite in 70 cities across Europe, New York, Nice, Reykjavik and South Korea.

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Now available in Singapore, we too, get to enjoy an amazing combination of taste and nutrition in a cafe environment that is inviting and full of inspiration.

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The menu at Joe & the Juice is designed to offer delectable alternatives to quick-fix meal options, so you can eat clean.

Our recommendation – the Breakfast Club is a cup of acai, strawberry, banana and almond milk blend topped with granola. High in protein, vitamin and full of the goodness of whole foods, this meal in a cup is bound to satisfy both the tummy and your taste buds.

Joe & The Juice

Chevron House: 30 Raffles Place, #01-35A, Singapore (039803)
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 8am – 8pm
Saturday: 11am – 3pm

Quayside Isle: 31 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove #01-09, Singapore (098375)
Opening hours:
Monday to Tuesday: 8am – 8pm
Wednesday: 9am – 8pm
Thursday to Sunday: 8am – 8pm

Wisma Atria: 435 Orchard Road, #B1-56 to 59, Singapore (238877)
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 8am – 10pm
Saturday to Sunday: 10am – 10pm

2. Haakon Superfoods and Juice’s Acai Bowls

Haakon Superfoods and Juice got their inspiration from the Scandinavian style of healthy living.

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Believing in nourishing the body with a well-balanced diet, they have craved out a menu that includes a variety of superfood smoothies, freshly pressed juices and not forgetting our favourite  – the acai bowl.

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Originating from Brazil, the acai bowl has made its way to Haakon Superfoods and Juice.

Haakon’s Classic Acai Bowl consists of an organic acai blend base and is topped with coconut flakes, banana, strawberries and blueberries.

If you are looking for an authentic Brazilian experience, try the Original Rio Bowl. The organic acai and banana blend is toped with coconut, pitaya and cocoa nibs.

They are perfect as your post-workout treat.

Haakon Superfoods and Juice
Address: 118 Holland Ave, #01-03 Raffles Holland V, Singapore 278997
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday, 8am to 10pm
Price: $7.90 – $12.90 for the acai bowls
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It offers a laid-back and relaxing environment, so you might want to visit if you need some mindfulness from your busy life.

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Something to suit the local palette – their quinoa goreng is definitely a dish that is lighter and healthier than the traditional nasi goreng.

What an interesting choice of grain to substitute the Jasmine rice that is used in the usual nasi goreng.

Red Baron
Address: Gillman Barracks, 45 Malan Road, Singapore 109455
Opening Hours:
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday – Wednesday, Sunday, 11am to 6pm
Thursday to Saturday, 11am to 10pm
Price: $16
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So, believe us when we say this is good stuff. They believe that people deserve to feed themselves better, and with fuss-free nutrition. No diets, no counting calories, just good and wholesome food so you can eat clean.

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As interesting as these two words – Poke Bowl – might sound, it is essentially a raw fish salad.

At A Poke Theory, they serve fresh, marinated cuts of salmon and tuna with a base of either their Signature Sushi Rice, brown rice, lemon herb quinoa or romaine lettuce. It is then topped off with a mix of toppings such as avocadoes, roasted cashews and furikake.

Finally, a salad that isn’t boring.

A Poke Theory
Address: 27 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 06962
Opening Hours:
Weekdays – 11am to 8pm
Weekends – 11am to 4pm
Closed on Sundays
Price: Varies depending on your order
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You can see from the generous amount of food in each bento – they are sure to fill you up until your next meal.

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Their Chicken Breast Sausage & Protein Waffle Toast that comes with oozing melted mozzarella cheese from their brunch menu is only 367 calories.

What are you waiting for?

Lean Bento
Address: 43 Holland Drive, Singapore 270043
Opening Hours:
Weekdays, 8am to 8pm
Weekends and Public Holidays, 9 am to 2pm
Price: From $9.95
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With 5 outlets in the CBD area, they are the perfect choice for those who’d like to eat clean and good food.


What got our attention though, is their offering of soba salads with interesting Japanese inspired dressings like yuzu, teriyaki and sesame.

Here’s a meatless soba salad with sesame sauce and wakame. So light and refreshing, your body will thank you for it!

WHEAT Baumkuchen
One Raffles Place B1-32
Asia Square Tower 1, 8 Marina View, #02-02.
International Plaza, #01-19.
Raffles City, #B1-78.
Republic Plaza #B1-08
here for opening hours
Price: Varies depending on your order

7. Sarnies’ CocoWhip

A little cafe located in the Telok Ayer district, Sarnies serves up some pretty mean sandwiches.

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But what really caught our attention was the Cocowhip. It’s like a froyo, but not so much like one.

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Made with only coconut water, vegan stabilisers and organic bio-fermented coconut, this frozen dessert is vegan, gluten and dairy free.

Try their Cocowhip Breakfast Bowl. It’s creamy and delicious Cocowhip topped with a fruit salad and a medley of nuts & gogi berries.

We won’t say no to healthy and delicious “ice-cream”.

Address: 136 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068601
Opening Hours:
Monday – Tuesday, 7:30am to 10:30pm
Wednesday to Friday, 7:30 am to 12am
Saturday to Sunday, 8:30am to 4pm
Price: $10
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Each of these bowls have been concocted with goodness in mind so you can indulge in them without feeling guilty.

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Sprout offers a range of salads, incorporating flavours from different cuisines.

The Korean Chicken Bowl consists of chicken breast meat that was marinated with kimchi and accompanied with shiitake mushrooms, carrots, Japanese cucumber, and a soft boiled egg.

Address: 41 Duxton Road, Singapore 089505
Opening Hours:
Weekdays, 10am-8.30pm
Saturday, 11am-7pm
Price: $18.90

9. Grain Traders’ Build-Your-Own-Bowl

Looking for a quick fix with quality, wholesome food during your lunch hour? Grain Traders is the place.

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Ken Yuktasevi, one of the founders of Grain Traders, wanted a space for people to be able to spend that time in the best way possible by feeding themselves right, catching up with people, and simply taking a break from the daily grind.

They can do all these at Grain Traders, where they will feel that they’re being taken care of.

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You can build-your-own-bowl at Grain Traders!

Choose from a selection of grains – brown rice, bulgur wheat, soba noodles, to name a few, and top it up from there. Select your veggies, proteins and sauces. There, your bowl of wholesome goodness.

Grain Traders
Address: CapitaGreen Building, #01-01/02/03, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8AM-8PM
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New Hangout Spot, Chip Bee Gardens, Is Where All The Cool Things Are

Situated opposite Holland Village, Chip Bee Gardens is home to a few of our favourite hangouts. Located in a quieter, more peaceful, and relaxing district, Chip Bee Gardens is that perfect hideout for a little bit of me-time as well as a great choice for a laid back catch up session with friends.

You can be sure that the little cafes and ice cream parlours here serve up some really decent fare that will not disappoint.

1. Baker & Cook 

At the very top of this list is Baker & Cook. Conceptualised by New Zealander Dean Brettschneider – one of the best bakers on the globe, this spacious and cosy cafe serves up a good selection of bread, pastries, salads and mains.

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A bonus for coffee addicts – their lattes are to-die for.

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Be sure to try their chocolate Lamingtons. It’s two layers of light and airy sponge cake filled with chocolate cream and covered with a thin layer of desiccated coconut.

Not overbearingly sweet and empowering, the flavours are also simple. Less is more, and we can’t help but reach out for seconds.

Baker & Cook Chip Bee Gardens
44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-56 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278116
Opening Hours:
Sun to Thurs, 7:30am to 8pm
Friday, 7:30am to 10pm
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The wide selection of professionally curated Italian fare they serve will leave you spoilt for choice.

Pasta? Checked. Pizza? Checked.

Did we mention that most food are homemade as well? That’s surely a bonus.

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Well, an Italian meal should always end with this one dessert, Tiramisu.

This dangerously addictive espresso-infused dessert consists of Italian Savoiardi biscuits soaked in Italian coffee and Marsala, layered with creamy Mascaarpone, and finally topped with shaved Valrhona chocolate. What goodness!

Da Paolo Gastronomia
43 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-74, Singapore 278115
Opening Hours:
8:30am to 9:30pm
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Besides their freshly churned ice-cream and oh-so-yummy looking waffles, Sunday Folks has their own array of freshly baked cakes as well!

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The latest addition to their cake collection is the Bailey’s Cheesecake with Speculoos.

Slow-baked and made with both Philadelphia light cream cheese and rich Bailey’s Irish cream, the cake is then topped with a splash of chocolate sauce and Speculoos. These different layers of flavours are undoubtedly a surprise to your palette.

Sunday Folks
44 Jalan Merah Saga, Chip Bee Gardens #01-52, Singapore 278116
Opening Hours: 
Closed on Monday
Tues-Thurs, 1pm-10pm
Friday, 1pm-11pm
Saturday, 12pm-11pm
Sunday, 12pm-10pm

4. The Daily Scoop

Ice cream in a cone or a cup is forever a classic, and this humble ice-cream parlour does its ice-cream the right way.

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Ice-cream at The Daily Scoop is made fresh, on a daily basis. Imagine that!

Also, extra brownie points to them for creating their goodness with locally-sourced and fresh ingredients. Artificial flavourings are a big no-no to them.

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We love their Cha Earl Grey. It is basically an Earl Grey sherbet.

Imagine having your Earl Grey tea ice cold. That’s totally a big yay for us because that will be extra refreshing on the hot, sunny days.

The Daily Scoop
43 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-78, Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278115
Opening Hours: 
Sun to Thurs, 11am-10pm
Fri to Sat, 11am-10:30pm

We all need a break sometimes from the hustle and bustle of the city. Why not give yourself a break and enjoy a little tea-time over at Chip Bee Gardens?

Header Image Source: Urbandesis Singapore

Also, read The Game Plan – Explore The Best Of Bedok Cafes With This Trail!