You can save on that flight ticket to Taiwan as Shilin Night Market is coming to Singapore for the very first time this April!
In the second instalment of their HuntTheMouse campaign, promotions aggregator Sqkii have hidden $100,000 somewhere in Singapore.
Running his own Western food stall 'Coal 3606' at Republic Polytechnic, James has been helping his family run the stall and learning the recipe.
Wild Blooms is a 2-storey, floral-themed cafe nestled in Hougang - a refreshing change from the usual cookie-cutter cafes we have seen in Singapore.
“Let’s Go Jalan Jalan!” is a food and music festival that brings all the most iconic things about Singapore – both new and old – to one place.
Nasi Beringin was once sold in Singapore for a short period of time in the 1950s but gradually disappeared from the local Malay food scene.
In an unprecedented move, Sephora Singapore has announced the opening of a new outlet at Causeway Point on 21 September 2018.
Here are some of our favourite thrift shops around Singapore so you can 'pop some tags' and have your very own thrift shop moment.
Here's where you can find the cheapest beer towers in Singapore, because with beer towers this cheap, there's no reason to get your own bottle.
Have you been to the Singapore Zoo at night? Usually, you can't because the Zoo closes at 6pm daily but from 1 July 2018, you can! The Singapore Zoo has come up with a new attraction in celebration of its 45th birthday!
Being a parent is tough. Teaching a child is tough. Looking after a child is tough. But what if it doesn't have to be? I've compiled a list of places to take your kids that's both educational and inexpensive. Because honestly, we're quite done with the zoo, and the rooftop play area at VivoCity.
We all grew up in Singapore. Right? Most of us. But anyway, my point is we all grew up in a neighbourhood and have lots of memories tied to a certain area in Singapore. Since my colleagues hail from different parts of Singapore, I decided to do a little investigation to find out where they grew up.
Tucked away in the northern region of Singapore, Yishun makes news headlines regularly. From drug ring busts and cat murders to civilians trying to attack policemen with stun guns, Yishun has developed a reputation for bad news.
Starting 20 June 2018, all 84 KFC restaurants nationwide will stop serving beverages with plastic caps and straws. It comes as no surprise as there's been a ramping up of anti-plastic waste measures by huge companies recently.
For the longest time, Singaporeans have complained about the increasing prices of food and housing. But on 23 June 2018, Yishun Park Hawker Centre will be having a $1 Carnival - Reunion @ YPHC to commemorate and celebrate both traditional and new hawker food.
One Sushi is a 68-seater, home-grown sushi restaurant that stands out from its competitors. Their two-tiered conveyor belt features a regular sushi conveyor belt on the bottom, while the top tier is a "track" for "sushi cars" to deliver the sushi that you order à la carte via the iPad.
First of all, let me start by saying this - I don't care for chicken wings. Chicken wings seem to evolve into everyone's favourite party food eventually and I never caught on. BUT, I will make an exception for prawn paste chicken, better known as Har Cheong Gai, to Singaporeans who know their tze char.
If you're tired of the overhyped and overpriced food at Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar, don't fret. Here's a list of alternative bazaars that you should go to do all your last minute Hari Raya shopping. From kuih and dendeng to capal and baju kurung, these bazaars got you covered.
Krispy Kreme just announced on their Facebook page today that the Hazelnut OG donut will be available at all outlets islandwide, whilst stocks last of course. Back by popular demand, the Hazelnut OG donut will only be available starting from tomorrow, 19th May to 31st May.
Bread is incredibly versatile yet somehow underrated. As someone who ranks bread as the top carb of choice, I have pretty strong feelings for bread. Here's a list of my favourite bakeries. Because bread is life.