From Seoul To S’pore – Korea’s Popular Isaac Toast Chain To Open In Plaza Singapura This July

Isaac Toast Singapore

Did you actually go to Seoul if you never tried Isaac Toast?

Isaac Toast is a possibly one of the best breakfast places in Seoul. Long queues are evident at almost every Isaac Toast outlet in Seoul daily. Despite it being a breakfast item, Isaac Toasts are eaten throughout the day now.

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Isaac Toast started their franchising journey from 2003 and can be found outside of Korea! As of 2016, the chain has over 700 retail stores in South Korea and  further expanded internationally and established branches including Macau, Taiwan and even Malaysia!

Great news for fans of Isaac Toast, you can finally get your hands on this popular Korean street snack in Singapore next month!

Isaac Toast will be opening in Singapore at Plaza Singapura in mid-July 2018!

What You Should Check Out At Isaac Toast

If you’re a first timer or you have zero clue as to why everyone is raving over this toast, here’s how they prepare their toasts in Seoul.

All their sandwiches are freshly made and grilled upon order. You pick your preferred fillings and the slices of bread are toasted to a right level of crisp before they pile on the fresh fillings.

You’ll be spoilt for choice as there are plenty of toast fillings for you to choose from!

If you’re having Isaac Toast for breakfast, the price of your sandwich varies depending on your filling. But they won’t burn a hole in your pocket as the sandwiches ranges from $2.50 to $5 (2,200 to 3,200 KRW)! Complete your breakfast with your favourite kopi O and you have the perfect breakfast combination.

Here’s what you should get from Isaac Toast once they open in Singapore!

Hot Chicken MVP Toast 

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This simple ham and cheese toast combination is pretty popular. I mean you really can’t go wrong with a slice of ham and cheese sandwiched between buttered toasts for breakfast.

Bulgogi MVP Toast 

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The Bulgogi MVP toast comes with a beef rib patty, omelette egg, pickles, shredded cabbage and a special savoury-sweet sauce sandwiched between crisp buttered toasts.

Pizza Toast

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The Pizza Toast is a relatively new addition to the menu. This toast comes with melted mozzarella cheese and grilled ham drizzled with pizza sauce!

The sandwiches may look simple and honestly something you can make at home BUT once you’ve tried it, you’ll understand what the hype is all about – it’s simple stuff made particularly good.

Some of the toasts even comes with a special sauce and sweet honey which gives it an extra kick.

So if you’re looking for a change from your usual kaya butter toast every morning, you’ll be able to get your hands on these popular toasts soon.

Isaac Toast is slated to open mid-July 2018; so keep your eyes peeled for more updates to come.

Isaac Toast Singapore

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‘Udon’ Know Good Udon Until You’ve Tried Inaniwa Yosuke

I don’t think that there are official ‘sides’ to the Udon VS. Ramen argument. If it is even an argument in the first place. But if I had to pick sides, I’m a Ramen fan.

There’s just something about thin yellow noodles that seems so much more appealing than the thick strand of udon. Udon just seems so…much.

Looking at Udon makes me feel like it’s going to be jelak before I even order.

So this weekend, I did something (relatively) brave. My Udon-loving friend found a particular Udon restaurant in Wisma Atria and she wanted to try it.

So off we went on a lazy Sunday afternoon for Udon.

A Hidden Gem

Hidden in plain sight on Level 4 of Wisma Atria, next to FoodRepublic, is the Japan Food Town. If you think this is another “Shokutsu Ten” at Nex or Jurong Point, you’re wrong.

The restaurants here are next level. Deep within the Japan Food Town was our destination, Inaniwa Yosuke.

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The restaurant looked unassuming. Like a run-of-the-mill Japanese restaurant with limited seating and fancy-ish decor.

I went in with a sense of trepidation because I’m a person of habit and tend to stick to what’s familiar and good. I’m really not an udon person.

I ordered the Beef Udon ($16.80) because that was the most familiar flavour besides the Carbonara Udon that was sadly, out of stock. My friend ordered the Wagyu Steak Don Set ($24.80) as well as the Agedashi Tofu ($6.80) and Salmon Sashimi ($10.80) to share.

The first dish to arrive was the Agedashi Tofu. Four large pieces of perfectly tempura fried tofu sitting in a light soy sauce.

This was a delight to eat. The biggest gripe I have with Agedashi Tofu is that their batter becomes soggy very quickly but this one was soft yet crispy with its delicate batter and the soy sauce was not too salty. Basically, AMAZING.

Next was the Salmon Sashimi and each piece was fresh and sliced thick.

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Not that it’s a bad thing, but the broth was definitely better than I expected. Next, the udon noodles.

The udon noodles here are thinner than the usual thick variety that we’re all familiar with. The restaurant uses Inaniwa-style udon noodles which are thinner and smoother and is handmade every step of the way.

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I’m definitely going back for more and I recommend that you give it a shot.

Inaniwa Yosuke
Address: 435 Orchard Road, #04-45 Wisma Atria, Japan Food Town, Singapore 238877
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11.30am – 11pm, Sat – Sun: 11am – 11pm
Contact no.: 6262 3279

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Take First, Try Later – Stuff Your Bags To Your Heart’s Content At Carousell’s Clothes Buffet

All-you-can-eat buffets are great but you know what’s better?

A buffet that indulges your need for variety, and at the same time, gives you a new look while giving back to the community.

Carousell is organising a clothes buffet next weekend, so instead of stuffing your tummy, stuff a bag for charity!

Revamp Your Wardrobe

From 28 April onwards, Carousell will be rolling out trusted meet-up spots, all centrally located within Frasers Property malls, to make it even easier and safer to buy, sell and connect.

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To celebrate the launch of the new trusted meet-up spots, Carousell will be hosting a “All-You-Can-Stuff” Carousell Clothes Buffet from 28 – 29 April.

Shopaholics, gear up for the weekend of your life.

Here’s what you have to do:

1. Have lightly-worn clothes hanging around that you don’t have a need for anymore? Donate them to the Carousell Clothes Buffet!

2. Take part in the ‘All-You-Can-Stuff’ fundraising drive by purchasing bags to stuff all that you can from the clothes buffet spread. You get to keep all the clothes, while all sales proceeds will go to charity.

3. You’ll have the option to buy ziplock bags of different sizes. Prices will range from $5 – $15 a piece. The more clothes you donate, the cheaper the bags.

Simple right? You get to revamp your entire wardrobe and give back to charity at the same time!

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Time to declutter your wardrobe and donate that one-size-too-small number to someone who’ll find it a treasure.

“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” as the saying goes.

‘All-You-Can-Stuff’ Carousell Clothes Buffet
The Centrepoint, Central Atrium 176 Orchard Road, S(238843)
28 – 29 April
11am to 5pm

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Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day Is Over, But You Can Still Get Free Ice Cream This Weekend

While we all enjoy Ben & Jerry’s or Cold Stone Creamery, sometimes we just want a simple ice cream sandwich from the humble ice cream uncle.

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You remember him with his scooter, offering some of your favourite ice cream flavours such as Peppermint Chocolate Chip, Mango, and Raspberry Ripple, sandwiched between your choice of wafer or that magical rainbow bread that we all thought has its own flavour.

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However, it doesn’t matter whether you prefer wafer or rainbow bread because we all love free ice cream. Free cone day might be over but don’t fret.

Free Ice Cream!?

Klook has partnered with F&N Creameries and will be offering FREE ice cream sandwiches on their booking platform for customers to redeem from selected ice cream uncles along Orchard Road from 20 to 22 April 2018, between 2pm and 6pm.

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This collaboration is an initiative to help our friendly ice cream uncles go digital and convert into cashless payment.

Here’s how the redemption works.

Firstly, download the Klook app.

Secondly, select an ice cream sandwich and add it to your cart on Klook.

Next, apply the promo code ‘HELLOUNCLE‘ and check out.

Lastly, take the voucher to your selected ice cream uncle to redeem your free ice cream sandwich!

In case you got lost somewhere, here’s a how-to video.

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You will be able to choose your flavours during the redemption of the ice cream sandwich.

However, do note that the redemption is limited to 300 ice cream sandwiches per uncle, each day.

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Because Orchard Road is a long stretch, here are the exact locations of each ice cream uncle.

Uncle Tan:
Address: Orchard Road
Direction: Take Exit D from Orchard MRT and proceed to the street level. Uncle Tan’s mobile ice cream cart has a yellow umbrella and located outside Ion Orchard.
Vehicle Number: FK179P
Opening Hours: Wed – Sun: 12pm – 7pm, Mon – Tue: Closed

Uncle Chan:
Address: Orchard Road
Direction: Take Exit E from Orchard MRT and proceed to the street level. Uncle Chan’s mobile ice cream cart has a yellow umbrella and located outside Wisma Atria.
Vehicle Number: FK6689U
Opening Hours: Mon – Tue, Thu – Sun: 2pm – 9pm, Wed: Closed

Uncle Ang:
Address: Orchard Road
Direction: Take Exit B from Somerset MRT and proceed to the street level. Uncle Ang’s mobile ice cream cart has a yellow umbrella and located near Mandarin Oriental/Mandarin Gallery.
Vehicle Number: FBB6562X or AN6715X
Opening Hours: Fri – Sun: 11am – 6pm, Mon – Thu: Closed

Don’t miss out on this opportunity for a FREE ice cream sandwich treat!

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All Aboard The Thousand Sunny! Singapore’s First Official One Piece Pop-Up Store Is Coming This April

If you’re a One Piece fan, hold on to your straw hats because we’ve got great news for you.

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This coming April, 313@Somerset Level 1 atrium will be host to Singapore’s first official One Piece Pop Up Store!

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From East Blue To Somerset

From 16 April to 22 April 2018, 313@Somerset Level 1 atrium will be taken over by the Straw Hat crew – Luffy, Nami, Zoro, Sanji, Usopp, Chopper, Robin and Franky.

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We’ve seen One Piece-themed establishments in Japan, such as The Baratie restaurant in Fuji Television headquarters. There’s also an indoor theme park located inside the Tokyo Tower, aptly named the Tokyo One Piece Tower, which also houses the Mugiwara Cafe.

And finally, we have our very own One Piece-themed establishment. For a week.

Come dressed as your favourite One Piece character and take photos with a life-size Luffy figurine! You might get an exclusive goodie bag worth $100, while stocks last.

With over 120 official One Piece merchandise available for purchase, you’re definitely going home with something. Or many things. We won’t judge.

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One Piece Pop-up Store
Venue: 313@Somerset Level 1 Atrium
Date: 16 – 22 Apr 2018

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7 Free Playgrounds In Shopping Malls To Bring Your Kids To Over The Weekends

Don’t know where to bring your kids to over the weekends? Don’t want to burn a hole in your pocket?

You no longer have to worry as we have a list of FREE playgrounds in shopping malls so you can get your shopping done while the kids can go ham at the playgrounds!

Get Out And Play

1. Westgate

Westgate Wonderland is what we’d describe as Disneyland for kids. Gear your kid up for this playground as it is touted to be the largest rooftop mall playground in Singapore!

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This fantasy garden themed outdoor playground is divided into three playing areas suitable for toddlers and the older kids.

The tallest structure in this playground is a 10 metre tree house that kids can ascend via the criss cross nets inside the tree trunk.

There’s also a small rock climbing wall at the side of this tree house.

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The water play area however is the highlight of this playground. You’ll see little water jets sprouting from the ground and even buckets of water that will tip over your kids!

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There’s a drying station which is free to use so your kids can dry off easily. Just remember to pack some towels and a change of clothes for your kids!

Trust me, your kids will thank you and call you supermom/superdad for bringing them here!

Rating: 5/5

Westgate Wonderland
Address: 3 Gateway Drive, Level 4, Singapore 608532
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

2. IMM 

This playground at IMM wins hands down for being sheltered. So yay to no sweaty (sort of) kids!

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Just like your usual neighbourhood playgrounds, it consists of activity boards, rock climbing walls, slides and balancing beams.

If your kids need to cool off from the heat, this playground has a water play area as well.

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This water play area beats any other playground as it boasts a pretty cool water slide and water guns for kids to shoot water at each other with.

So if you’re looking for an alternative playground in the west asides from Westgate, IMM is the perfect choice.

Rating: 4/5

Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, Level 3, Singapore 609601
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

3. Changi City Point

Conveniently located next to Changi Expo MRT, The 3 House at Changi City Point has a dry and wet play area for your kids.

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Rating: 3/5

The 3 House
Address: 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Level 2, Singapore 486038
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

4. VivoCity

VivoCity’s playground boasts play features, water fountains and even trampolines! This playground is popular and often packed with kids over the weekends.

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This playground is divided into two playing areas for children of various age groups. There are shorter slides catered for the younger kids whereas the older kids can enjoy climbing ropes and sliding poles.

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There is also a wet playing area that will light up in a colourful pattern everyday after 7pm.

Don’t worry parents, there are plenty of shaded sitting area around the playground and eateries when everyone gets hungry from playing.

Rating: 3/5

Vivo City
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, Level 2, Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

5. Waterway Point

With so many BTO flats surrounding the Punggol-Sengkang Area, it’s no surprise that the number 1 place for most young parents to bring their kids to is Waterway Point.

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Waterway Point has 2 playing areas – Wonderland (indoor playing area) and Happy Park (outdoor playing area).

Adopting an ‘Alice in Wonderland’ theme, the indoor playing area is catered for the younger ones and best part, it’s air conditioned so mum and dads don’t have to stand in the heat.

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The Happy Park is divided into a wet and dry playing area. The tunnel slides are a central feature of the dry area and there are shorter slides catered for the younger ones as well.

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The wet area features a small lake with flowing water – perfect for keeping cool in the outdoor heat. There’s also a small section for parents to towel dry their kids and change their clothes after all the playing.

Rating: 4/5

Wonderland and Happy Park
Address: 83 Punggol Central,  Both playgrounds are located on Level 2, Singapore 828761
Opening Hours: 10.30am – 9.30pm

6. Kallang Wave (Singapore Sports Hub)

Bring your kids and beat the heat at the Splash N Surf water park and playground. There’s even a lifeguard on duty so you know your kids will be in good hands as they run wild here!

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This water playground features water sprinklers, slides (with different options for children of varying options), fountains, a merry-go-round and pretty much everything else you can imagine.

There’s also a kids pool which is a mini pool with a depth of 0.5m so your little ones won’t be left out!

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If you’re willing to pay a small sum to play with your kids, there’s a lazy river where you and your child can float along leisurely. Tickets costs $2 and can be purchased at the Splash N Surf Information Counter.

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Rating: 5/5

Splash N Surf
Address: 1 Stadium Place, Singapore 397628
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm daily

7. Paragon Shopping Mall

Who would’ve thought there would be a kids playground right smack in Orchard Road. If your kid is getting cranky and you’re busy picking out your Jimmy Choo, let them run around at the playground located on the 5th floor of the mall.

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The playground has all the basic playing stations such as slides, tunnels and ride-on horses. It’s not the fanciest playground but it sure is a good pit stop for your kid after all the shopping!

Rating: 3/5

Address: 290 Orchard Road, Level 5, Singapore 238859
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

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The Definitive Guide To Ladies Night Promos In Singapore That Don’t Involve Alcohol

Singaporeans are exceptional consumers. We’re all suckers for stuff like fancy packaging, free stuff, and promotions.

1-for-1 meals, 3-for-2 promotions, refer-a-friend credits, you name it, we have it. Of course, not forgetting the Ladies Night promotions. However, most Ladies Night promotions are for alcohol.

If you’re one of those who cannot hold their liquor, we’ve found a few ladies night promotions that don’t involve alcohol.

For The Ladies Who Don’t Drink

1. Yakiniku Jan Jan

Vegans look away.

Due to popular demand, Yakiniku Jan Jan is bringing back their Ladies Night promotion.

Every Wednesday, ladies get to enjoy their All-You-Can-Eat at 50% off!

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Yakiniku Jan Jan is known for their affordable, tender grilled meats. Choose from 4 types of meat – US and Japanese beef, Pork, Chicken or Lamb. With cuts such as Wagyu starting from prices as low as $10++, this is a steal.

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Unfortunately, as the name of the promotion suggests, it only applies to ladies. However, men can still enjoy the All-You Can-Eat at the usual price of $58++.

If you’re not big on alcohol, then give Yakiniku Jan Jan a try! Do call ahead to make reservations as the restaurant is usually full.

Yakiniku Jan Jan
Address: 43 Cuppage Road, Cuppage Terrace, Singapore, 229463
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 6pm – 11.30pm, Fri – Sat: 6pm – 3am, Sun: 4pm – 11pm
Contact no.: 6908 9968

2. Positano Risto

Located on 66 Bussorah Street, Positano Risto is a halal italian restaurant. While it may sound like another “Western-Italian” fusion, it is not.

Positano Risto serves up genuine halal italian fare without compromising on classic italian flavours.

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Every Tuesday night is Ladies Night at Positano Risto. Ladies get a free mocktail with each main ordered!

Mains can be pasta, pizza, grilled items or any classic dish, as long as it’s dine-in.

If you’re looking for a good and affordable Italian restaurant, this place should be on the top of your list.

Positano Risto
Address: 66 Bussorah Street, Singapore, 199479
Opening Hours: Sun, Tue – Thu: 11.30am – 10pm, Fri: 11.30am – 11pm, Sat: 11.30am – 12am, Mon: Closed
Contact no.: 6292 1866
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For those of you who are confused as to what “art jamming” is, it’s a freestyle painting session. No instructors, no stress. All materials are provided by Arteastiq and you even get to keep your painting after.

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Each art jamming session is 3 hours long and is great for stress relief, a date, or even a group activity.

Do call ahead to make reservations!

Arteastiq Social Painting Studio
Address: 333A Orchard Road, #04-14/15 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore, 238867
Opening Hours: 6235 8705
Contact no.: Daily: 11am – 9pm
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The cafe serves up simple snacks such as Calamari Rings ($7.90) and Settlers’ Wings ($7.90) as well as more filling mains such as Baked Salmon ($18.90) and Jamaican Chicken ($16.90).

That’s not all, there’s also a Ladies Night promotion every Thursday!

Ladies will get to enjoy 4 hours of free gaming, free flow drinks for 3 hours, as well as a choice of a bottle of Heineken or a glass of red or white wine or sparkling grape juice, and 2 scoops of ice cream.

At just $8.90 per lady, it’s time to gather all your lady friends for a night of boardgaming!

We suggest you call ahead to make a reservation. Reservations can also be made on their website via email.

Settlers’ Cafe
Address: 39 North Canal Road, Singapore, 059295
Opening Hours: Tue – Thu: 6pm – 11pm, Fri – Sat: 1pm – 1am, Sun: 2pm – 8pm, Mon: Closed
Contact no.: 6535 0435

5. Chicken Up

If you and your girl friends love your korean fried chicken, then Chicken Up is the place to be on Wednesdays.

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Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 11pm
Contact no.: 6635 2651

Address: Blk 277C Compassvale Link #01-13 (Unit No.2A), Singapore, 543277
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu: 11am – 11pm, Fri – Sat: 11am – 3pm
Contact no.: 6481 4495

Address: #01-10 Parkway Parade, 80 Marine Parade Road, Singapore, 449269
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 12pm – 10pm, Fri – Sun: 11.30am – 11pm
Contact no.: 6348 0460

This list is ongoing, so do let us know if you find any interesting Ladies Night promotions in Singapore that doesn’t involve alcohol!

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Have A Fab February With These 10 Food And Events To Check Out With Bae

It’s about time January came to an end. It felt like we’ve lived through 5 Mondays but February is finally here.

The month of Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year. As usual, we’ve got you covered with exciting events and great food for the month of February.

Without further ado, let’s dive in!

Play & Discover

1. Gina Yashere Live In Singapore

Gina Yashere is coming to Singapore on 3 February 2018, for a one night only live comedy performance at the Esplanade!

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For those who are unfamiliar with the brilliant work of Gina Yashere, she is a stand-up comedian and TV star in the UK who has had appearances on iconic TV shows such as Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo. You might have also seen her recently on the Daily Show with Trevor Noah, as a correspondent.

She is also well known in the US for being the only UK comedian to appear on the iconic Def Comedy Jam, as well as her character as Madam Yashere, The Surly Psychic on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Standard tickets go for $40 and can be purchased here.

Don’t miss this hilarious comic live in Singapore!

Gina Yashere Live In Singapore
Venue: Esplanade Annexe Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore, 038981
Date: 3 Feb 2018
Price: $40

2. NParks Concert Series In The Park: Rockestra

The first NParks Concert for 2018 will be held on 3 February 2018 at the Fort Canning Park.

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Concert-goers can expect retro hits from the ’60s to the ’90s, performed by local musicians such as Jack & Rai, JAWN X M1LDL1FE, Shagies, Umar X Dru Chen, O.K Ready, and ShiLi & Adi.

What’s more, you will be able to add songs to the set list by leaving a comment on the NParks Facebook post, with a song from the ’60s to the ’90s!

Admission is free.

Do check the NParks Facebook page for more updates!

NParks Concert Series In The Park: Rockestra
Venue: Fort Canning Park, Fort Canning Green, Singapore, 179618
Date: 3 Feb 2018

3. Glowbeat x Scape

From 9 to 11 February 2018, Scape Playspace will be host to Glowbeat, the hottest destination for great food, live music and games!

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There will be over 20 food and beverage booths and retail booths, live music and dance performances, claw machines, carnival games, an Overwatch exhibition match and even an exclusive illuminated ball pit!

Expect performances from local musicians such as Jasmine Sokko, Inch Chua, TheLionCityBoy, and M1LDL1FE!

That’s not all, if you’re feeling hungry, fill up with street food from Katoshka, Ah Lock Tofu, Be Frank, and many more!

Cancel your weekend plans because Glowbeat x Scape will be the hottest spot in town.

Glowbeat x Scape
Venue: Scape Playspace, 2 Orchard Link, Singapore, 237978
Date: 9 – 11 Feb 2018
Time: 11am – 11pm
Image Credit: Website

5. River Hongbao 2018

Usher in the Year of the Dog with the River Hongbao 2018 from 14 February to 24 February 2018!

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The River Hongbao is an annual Chinese New Year event held at The Float@Marina Bay and is the biggest Chinese New Year event in Singapore.

Visitors can expect bright and colourful lantern and light displays, impressive firework displays every night, dance and musical performances, an exhibition on the history and tradition of Chinese New Year, street food stalls, and over 30 amusement rides for the whole family!

You can even try your hand at calligraphy, paper-cutting, stamping, and many other traditional handicrafts!

Admission is free.

River Hongbao 2018
Venue: The Float@Marina Bay, 20 Raffles Ave, Singapore, 039805
Date: 14 Feb – 24 Feb 2018
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The cafe will be completely redecorated with the Care Bears. While it doesn’t exactly resemble Care-a-lot, this will do.

As with all past iterations of character cafes, what everyone is looking forward to is the themed food, and the Care Bears don’t intend to lose out to the Sanrio characters.

For the pasta lovers, there’s the Kumoya’s Star Attraction ($18.90) which is a classic Pomodoro spaghetti with shitake mushrooms, cherry tomato confit, and parmesan cheese.

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If you’re looking for something more substantial, there’s the Cheer-Up Chicken Katsu ($21.90).

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Were you expecting a chicken cutlet? Because we were. But it’s actually a burger!

A juicy Japanese katsu chicken slathered generously with teriyaki sauce is sandwiched between soft burger buns, topped with a sunny-side up and cheddar cheese, served with a garden salad, crisp fries and mushroom soup.

Every past character cafe has had their own version of Kumoya’s desserts and drinks and this is no exception.

Go for the Rainbow Garden Strawberry Parfait ($18.90) – Strawberry Hokkaido soft serve is served with vanilla pudding, meringue drops, fresh fruits, chocolate sable, a rainbow candy strip and mixed berries sauce.

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That’s not all. End off your meal with their Calpis drinks or special Care Bears teas.

The Cute Cuddly Calpis ($11.90) combines Berry flavoured Calpis with a mountain of fresh cream, while the Magic Mango Strawberry ($11.90) uses Mango Strawberry Calpis with a mountain of fresh cream.

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If you grew up with Care Bears like us, this is one character pop-up cafe that you shouldn’t miss!

Available from 1 February 2018 till 31 March 2018, don’t miss out on a chance to dine in Care-a-lot!

Care Bears x Kumoya
Address: Kumoya, 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320
Date: 1 Feb – 31 Mar 2018

7. Summer Hill

Summer Hill is the newest restaurant to pop up in Sunset Way, serving up affordable French cuisine without GST and service charge.

This cosy bistro serves up simple French fare that is oh-so-simple, yet oh-so-good. Dishes on their Special board as well as sides are rotated weekly so your meal there is always different and exciting.

Must-tries include their Poulet Roti ($23 for half, $45 for whole), the Mustard & Sage Pork Collar ($25), Croque Monsieur ($17.50), and the Orange & Rosemary-Scented Olive Oil Cake With Cream ($3).

The Poulet Roti uses hormone and antibiotic-free chicken that has been marinated with herb butter before it’s roasted to perfection. The result is roast chicken that is juicy yet still retains its skin’s crispiness.

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If you’re not a fan of chicken, then the Mustard & Sage Pork Collar is the main dish for you. Tangy, tender, and satisfying. The mustard and sage sauce provides a contrast of flavours, cutting through the heaviness of the tender pork so that you won’t feel jelak.

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The Croque Monsieur is basically a levelled-up ham and cheese sandwich. Ham, Swiss cheese, bechamel sauce, and dijon mustard sandwiched between 2 thick slices of grilled sourdough bread.

Sounds like heaven to us. That’s not all, more Swiss cheese is garnished on the top of the sandwich for more cheesy goodness.

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If you’re a fan of French cuisine, or just appreciate comfort food, then you need to drop by Summer Hill next.

Summer Hill
 106 Clementi Street 12, #01-62, Singapore, 120106
Opening Hours: Daily: 11.30am – 9pm
Contact no.: 6251 5337

8. OH MY MANGO Dessert Bar

Hidden away in the suburbs of Jurong West, is OH MY MANGO dessert bar.

This unassuming dessert bar serves up various mango-flavoured food, and one of those is a mean Mango Shibuya Toast ($10.90).

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Soft and fluffy on the inside, while toasted and crispy on the outside, the shibuya toast is topped with mango ice cream, diced mango, almond flakes, drizzled generously with mango sauce, and served with a dollop of whipped cream.

This is basically a mango overload but not in a bad way. If you’re a big fan of mango, you have to try this.

OH MY MANGO dessert bar also has a rather extensive menu of mango-flavoured drinks.

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A hot favourite among customers is the Matcha Mango Latte ($5.90). A bottom layer of mango bits, followed by a layer of milk, topped off with a layer of matcha.

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This tri-coloured creation might seem like a weird flavour combination, but the slight bitterness of matcha cuts through the sweetness and sometimes too jelak taste of the mango and milk, resulting in a rather interesting flavour.

OH MY MANGO dessert bar is constantly adding new desserts and drinks to their menu, so keep checking their Facebook page to stay up to date!

OH MY MANGO Dessert Bar
Address: Block 762 Jurong West Street 75, #01-334, Gek Poh Shopping Centre, Singapore, 640762
Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 10pm
Contact no.: 9066 0426


9. W Market Presents: CNY Pop-up Market

W Market is back again with their CNY Pop-up Market!

From 3 to 4 February 2018, this CNY Pop-up market at Capitol Piazza will feature retail, crafts, and food and beverage vendors.

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Patrons can expect to see craft and retail vendors such as Operation Overhaul, Aromamaymay, That Pretty Fairy, Our Bralette Club, BottlesXO, Wild Knots, Sunday Peach, and many more!

If you’re hungry, there will also be food from Curbside Cafe & Wine Bar and many others.

For $35 per person, try your hand at the Paint A Doll workshop by LeArty.Sg.

Gather your friends and family and head down to this CNY pop-up market this weekend!

W Market Presents: CNY Pop-up Market
Venue: Capitol Piazza, 13 Stamford Road, Singapore, 178905
Date: 3 – 4 Feb 2018

10. CNY Market By FUEGO

From 8 to 10 February 2018, FUEGO is bringing their farmer’s market to Changi City Point.

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There will be various food vendors, selling food made by artisans from all over the world, using fresh produce.

That’s not all, there will also be retail vendors selling their handicrafts and wares.

Head down to CNY Market by FUEGO for some pre-CNY festive shopping and food tasting!

Venue: Changi City Point, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Singapore, 486038
Date: 8 – 10 Feb 2018

These events and food will keep you busy till Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year arrives.

Which event are you most excited for?

Also read 10 Places To Get Affordable Blooms For Bae This Valentine’s Day – Starting From $18

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6 Picture-Perfect Staycation Ideas That Suit Both The Budget And Lavish Traveler

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.

Whether you’re looking for a cheap getaway, or have a little extra cash to splash for a special occasion, we have some ideas for where you and your partner, friends, or family can go for a holiday, right here in Singapore.

$100 – $150

1. XY Hotel Bugis

A relatively new addition to the boutique hotel scene is XY Hotel Bugis. Located in Kampong Glam, XY Hotel Bugis’ design and rooms feature a unique blend modern art, while staying true to the local heritage.

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While its exterior is deceptively minimal with its black and white design, step inside and you’ll find a space that’s overflowing with personality and interiors punctuated with bright pops of colour.

Think rattan chairs in bold hues of pink, green and indigo, and neon lights in the common areas. All 15 of their rooms also feature quirky murals.

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At XY Hotel Bugis, each room has its own distinct vibe and charm. The handiwork of designers both local and overseas, some rooms feature pop art-style murals while others feature more abstract paintwork.

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Located just minutes away from OG hipster area Haji Lane and Arab Street, you won’t have to venture far for some amazing – and halal – food. And if you’re feeling restless at night, you can always head to the 24-hour Mustafa Centre to do some late night (or early morning) shopping!

A Superior room will set you back $130 – $160 per night, while the Deluxe room will cost $140 – $170 per night.

XY Hotel Bugis
Address: 11-13 Jln Klapa, Singapore 199325
Contact no.: 6788 1001

2. Rabbit Carrot Gun

If you want a change of pace from hotels and boutique hotels, here’s a staycation spot that’s more uniqueRabbit Carrot Gun.

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Rabbit Carrot Gun is a restaurant and ‘hotel’ rolled into one. On the ground floor of this refurbished shophouse is a bustling casual dining restaurant that serves up all your brunch favourites, while the second storey comprises 3 rooms for guests.

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The Kubric Suite ($139) is a bright and airy room with bold art adorning the walls, The Rabbit’s Retreat ($165/night) comes with a bath tub and, and The Terrace Suite ($145/night) is the biggest of the three, featuring a private roof terrace.

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If you don’t live in the East side of Singapore, this would be a great opportunity to explore parts of Singapore you’ve never ventured to before. Our tip? Bookmark all the good food you want to try in the area to make the best of your stay in the East.

Rabbit Carrot Gun
Address: 47 – 49 East Coast Road, Singapore 428768
Contact no.: 6348 8568

$150 – $200

3. Mercure On Stevens

If you take the bus or drive to Orchard Road, you may have noticed two buildings that have recently sprung up along Stevens Road.

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There’s also the newly-opened Winestone lounge which offers both indoor and outdoor terrace seating. With its chill vibes, Winestone is a great place to unwind with friends over shared plates of raclette and freshly bakes pizzas and bread.

Mercure On Stevens
Address: Orchard District, 28 Stevens Road, #01-02, Singapore 257878 
Contact no.: 6491 6100
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We absolutely love their bathrooms and can imagine spending hours relaxing in their luxurious bath tub.

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For a 5-star retreat, their price tag isn’t too hefty, with prices starting from $230 a night. With plenty of greenery and marble, we think plenty of amazing photos will come out of your stay here.

A huge plus point when you stay here is that you will have no lack of options when it comes to nightlife. With Clarke Quay just a 5-minute drive away and Orchard Road within walking distance, you won’t have to worry about being bored and having nothing to do after dark.

Hotel Fort Canning
Address: 11 Canning Walk Singapore 178881 
Contact no.: 6559 6770
Image Credit: Gardenasia Facebook[/caption]

Nestled in the Kranji Countryside, the three villas here are spread across over two hectares of land. Each villa is decorated with its own distinct style: English (Begonia Villa), The Orient (Camellia Villa) and Contemporary (Daffodil Villa). The villas here are designed after the colonial houses of yore, and come with their own walk-up staircase!

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With each villa leading straight to the pool, you’ll surely be tempted to take a dip, especially in sunny Singapore. Other amenities here include a tennis court, amphitheater, and billiards table, so get off your devices and enjoy the beautiful outdoors while you’re here!

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The villa rates are standardized across the board, with weekday stays (Wed, Thu) priced at $280++/night and weekend stays (Fri, Sat) priced at $350++/night.

Gardenasia FarmStay Villa
Address: 240 Neo Tiew Crescent, Singapore 718898   
Contact no.: 6898 9111
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We Bet You Can’t Locate All 21 Neon Signs At Flashbang Singapore

This December, the open-air carpark at Grange Road is transformed into Singapore’s first and largest creative retail playground, Flashbang Singapore.

Open from 9 to 30 December, it features carefully-curated food and beverages, a retail market, interactive exhibitions, live music performances, creative workshops, an arcade and more.

You might have noticed that your Instagram feed has been taken over by an abundance of photos of neon lights at Flashbang Singapore.

That’s right, Flashbang Singapore has some of the prettiest and most Insta-worthy neon signs and we’ve compiled a checklist for you.

Shine On Neon

1. Flashbang

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This one’s right at the entrance. You can’t miss it.

2. Take The Risk Or Lose The Chance

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Inspirational quotes are everywhere. Well, at least this one is not on a scenic background with a hipster font.

3. All We Have Is Now

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All you have is now…till 30 December to take photos of this neon quote. #ShamelessPlug

4. Single, Taken, Hungry

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Hungry all day, everyday. This one makes a good Tinder profile photo. A perfect opportunity to show the world your priorities. Repeat after me. Food is love, food is life.

5. Bang Bang

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By Jessie J and Nicki Minaj ft. Ariana Grande? Or the “universal round” used by the previous generation of NSFs? You decide.

6. Nomophobia

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Here’s a fun fact for you. Did you know that Nomophobia refers to the irrational fear of being without or unable to use your phone? Do you have nomophobia?

7. Angel Wings

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Angel wings may be cliché but they’re always fun to take photos with. How many different poses can you make, making sure that the angel wings look like they’re sprouting from your back?

8. Penguin In A Scarf

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NOOT NOOT! But no(o)t really. Who doesn’t like penguins? And he (or she. We don’t assume genders) has a scarf! *high pitch squealing*

9. Party Pig

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You’ve heard of Spider Pig. Now, get ready for Party Pig. Always the life of the party, friends with various club owners, never settles, afraid of commitment and a heavy drinker.

10. Unicorn

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Whoever came up with the idea of turning a lightning bolt into a gorgeous unicorn, deserves a medal. Fabulous AF.

11. Puppy With A Bowtie

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We don’t know where this good pupper is headed, but we wish him well. Because he is the best boy. The nicest boy. The cutest boy. He deserves a treat.

12. The Duck With A Bowtie

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Don’t trust this duck. He’s a quack.

13. Shooting Hoops

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Look at this effortless basketballing. 888 points? Maximum huat.

14. Racing Arcade Machine

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This one’s cute. It took us a while to figure out what this one is. But we got there.

15. David Bowie

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RIP David Bowie. This is one of our favourites mainly because of that power stance. We are living for it.

16. Finger Heart

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The all-too-common Korean finger heart sign. Saranghae, readers.

17. The Lady On A Mission

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One of the neon light installations at the entrance. Where is she going? Where did she come from? Is she just a small town girl? Living in a lonely world?

18. The Cat With A Balloon

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Do you see that cat doing an almost-perfect split? Amazing. 8/10.

19. The Man Who Can’t Stand Properly

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We don’t know what that man is doing. Honestly. Is he falling? Is he breakdancing? What is it? Please tell us because we need to know. For science.

20. Arcade Gaming Machine

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We like this one. Though it does look a little like a jackpot machine.

21. Liang Po Po

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This is our favourite neon light installation. Liang Po Po is Singapore’s iconic granny played by Jack Neo in the old Chinese variety TV show.

This neon light installation sends waves of nostalgia to all of us who grew up watching Liang Po Po.

Flashbang Singapore is the coolest and most vibrant place to be this festive season. So banish your FOMO and don’t miss out on this colourful neon spectacle and retail market before it ends on 30 December!

Flashbang Singapore
Venue: 96 Somerset Road
Date: 9 Dec – 30 Dec 2017
Admission: Free

Also read 10 Delightful Events And Foods This December For A Dashing Good Time

(Header Image Source: Flashbang Singapore)