Do you always find yourself lamenting over how you have so little time but yet so much to do? For most of us, time is a luxury and instead of pursuing our interests during our free time, we spend that time sleeping and recovering the sleep debt that we incurred from work exhaustion.
With so much on your plate, you would also have little time to suss out activities and things that you can fill up your weekend with. And before you know it, your free time has eluded your grasp and the new work week begins.
But that is what we are here for; to share with you the latest happenings in Singapore and exciting activities to participate in for a fruitful weekend. Here are 21 Events In September 2017 In Singapore for those who have no life.
Singaporeans who love visiting Bangkok’s most well-known night market Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin should be glad to know that their sister market has opened in the Ratchada area of Bangkok.
Although the market is smaller than the Srinakarin branch, it is conveniently located just a few minutes walk away from National Cultural Center MRT Station. The night market’s central location and wide variety of food and fashion stalls make it a popular destination for locals and tourists.
Not sure what you can find at The New Rot Fai Market Ratchada? We share some of our best finds with you! READ ON
Cafe-hopping has become somewhat of a habit or pastime for most Singaporeans and one neighbourhood that is teeming with endless eateries and restaurants to explore is Tiong Bahru.
Aside from the incredible array of cuisines and eats that you can find in this neighbourhood, the rustic charm of Tiong Bahru is something that will always hit us with a wave of nostalgia every single time we visit.
Whether you are new to the Tiong Bahru area or perhaps you are curious to see what hidden gems this lovely neighbourhood holds, here are 24 Cafes & Restaurants In Tiong Bahru You Should Check Out.
Nothing sucks the living joy out of a perfect day than having to be in a place filled with tourists.
Pushing through throngs of people armed with selfie sticks that never fail to jab you whenever you get too close and perpetual ‘OOTD’ stops that seem to hold up massive crowds is a living nightmare.
For something less chaotic but still guarantee a good time, here are 12 Non-Touristy Places & Activities In Singapore.
Located in the heart of Ang Mo Kio, AMK Hub is a bustling shopping paradise which brings together some of the best in retail, entertainment and F&B. With over 200 shops spread over four-storeys and three basement levels, this is a mall that is difficult to get sick of.
Did we mention that it is also super convenient? AMK Hub is easily accessible with an air-conditioned bus interchange on Level 1 as well as an underground walkway leading to the Ang Mo Kio MRT station.
Foodies will be spoilt for choice with the popular food and beverage outlets located throughout the mall, including a food court at Level 3. Here is our AMK Hub food directory.
If you are wondering where to gather with your Muslim friends for the next brunch date without having to worry if the food is Halal-certified, look no further!
Thanks to the numerous Halal-certified and Muslim-owned joints sprouting across the nation in recent years, you and your Muslim friends are spoilt for choice no matter what you are craving for. Here, we have a curated list of 23 Best Halal Cafés In Singapore.
Singapore is beautiful. This Garden City has made a name for itself by being the best global commerce, financial and transportation hub in Asia, and prides itself in being a racially and religiously harmonious nation. Singapore is home to some of the best multi-cultural food in Asia, where you will be able to experience tastes, flavours and spices from all over the world.
This island nation also boasts beautifully greenery amidst city life, with some of the best activities, food and shopping there is. You can enjoy activities such as Universal Studios Singapore, Sentosa Beach, Singapore Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari and so much more. Singapore is also a good mix and old and new with preserved historical sites and modern towering skyscrapers—all on the same island.
If you are ever visiting Singapore, this list of 45 Things to Do in Singapore should be your checklist of activities and places to check out; if you are a Singaporean, be proud to call Singapore your Home.
Gula Melaka, or otherwise known as palm sugar, is a popular type of sweetener in Southeast Asia. Made from the sap of flower buds from coconut trees, the liquid is boiled until it thickens and then left to cool for it to solidify.
Since many people love its deep caramel flavour, Gula Melaka is a popular dessert option as it gives off a lovely sweet taste that enhances the dessert. That is also why more cafes in Singapore are now offering Gula Melaka desserts as part of their dessert menu.
From scones to waffles and even churros, here are 9 Gula Melaka Desserts In Singapore You Must Try. READ ON