We may be stuck at home, but there are certainly a few things we never knew we would be thankful for during our Circuit Breaker life!
Travel back in time and experience the performing arts on the 50s and 60s at the Chinatown Opera Festival 2019, happening 20 to 24th November.
This National Gallery Singapore exhibition lets you journey through time and hear the stories within City Hall's historical walls.
If you're looking for to switch up your go to order, here are 10 new bubble tea brands you should totally hunt down in 2019.
With 2019 less than two months away from us, the year is already looking pretty solid with a number of announced upcoming concerts in Singapore.
The first collaboration at Timbre X venues sees three renowned home-chefs putting their signature dishes on Timbre’s menu.
We’re all constantly on the lookout for affordable restaurants in Singapore. Chope now offers permanent deals which means extra savings on your meals.
Pack your bags and go on a road trip to Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark because it's one of the largest waterparks in the world!
The cavalcade of characters that is the spectacular production by The Great Moscow Circus is finally in Singapore for the first time in over a decade.
If the thought of spending a minimum of $600 per night makes you cry, don't fret. 3 new mid-tier hotels will be opening in Sentosa from April next year.
Ed Sheeran, the best selling artist of 2017, is set to return to Singapore on 26 April 2019. Tickets are priced from $68 - $248 (standing - $158).
If you're able to block off a couple of hours in your day, check into these Japanese spas and onsens instead to zen out and pamper yourself!
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.
So, we asked around the office for suggestions on how to change up your Subway orders to make it exciting again. Here's what we found.
As though we don't already have enough bubble tea spots in Singapore, Taiwan's famous bubble tea brand, Tiger Sugar, is coming to Singapore this November.
While food trends come and go, Fruit Teas look like there are here to stay. TaiGai is a popular tea brand in China with over 60 stores across the country.
SoulFood Catering has been around for the last 8 months but no one ever really paid attention to this humble shop located at Aliwal Street.
Grids & Circles provides a respite from the hustle of the city. With good food, great coffee and tea, a cosy ambience, and even greater service.
From 27 August to 3 September 2018, Tiong Bahru Bakery will be handing out free croissants and coffee from their turquoise kiosk outside ION Orchard.