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.
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.
At times, we often find ourselves belabouring over how expensive our meals are in Singapore. This is partly due to the high price point already tagged to our meals, but the scary figure on the bill is only exacerbated by the addition of GST and service charge.
Sure, we understand the necessity of including service charge into our bills and there does not go a day when we are not grateful for the high standards of service we receive during our meals. This goes without saying that when service is exemplary, paying that extra money for service charge is worthwhile.
But there are those days when we long for just a cheap, affordable meal. And what if we told you that there are dining establishments in Singapore which offers you the same meals but without the addition of service charge?
Here are 24 Places In Singapore With No Service Charge. Yes, that means money for more food! You are very welcome.
We all have those days when we long for an alternative living environment, perhaps one that is more luxurious than our own homes. This is precisely what serviced apartments offer as they are the epitome of luxury, comfort and convenience.
Apart from being fully furnished, a serviced apartment is quintessentially a home away from home—except that it is a fancier one equipped with services such as housekeeping. Serviced apartments are also ideal for those who are staying in a country for more than two weeks.
We are proud to say that Singapore is home to a great selection of serviced apartments. If you are interested, here are 11 Best Serviced Apartments In Singapore That You Will Never Want To Leave.
Situated right next to Coronation Plaza, KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar is a new cafe and dessert bar by the team behind Sogurt. It takes over the former space of Sogurt and this is where you can enjoy a splendid array of delicious food in a warm and welcoming environment.
To top it off, you will be dining in a beautiful space decorated by tropical foliage and imaginary creatures with art by Mark Wee.
When it comes to dessert and good food, it will always be a love-hate relationship. Well #sorrynotsorry because after today, you will be adding on one more cafe on your list of cafes to visit in Singapore.
Filled with an amalgam of trendy cafes and under-the-radar clothing boutiques, Bugis is a favourite of locals and tourists alike for a day of pure fun and food in the sun.
However, Bugis is more than just a food and shopping heaven. There are plenty of historical and religious sites to explore and a multitude of interesting cultural activities that you can get up to. Why fill up your day with mindless shopping when you could immerse and educate yourself about Singapore’s rich heritage instead?
Here are 13 Interesting Things You Must See & Do In Bugis, one of the most exciting hipster areas in Singapore. It is time to make plans with your partner or friends to visit Bugis this weekend and make sure that you bring along your camera too!
Perhaps considered one of the most significant months in the lives of Singaporeans, August is when National Day takes place, which serves as a timeless reminder of how far Singapore has come as a nation, together as one.
Well, there is more to look forward to in August than just the long National Day weekend and the festivities surrounding Singapore’s 52nd birthday. G.E.M. will be stopping by for her Queen Of Hearts Tour, Kit Chan returns to the Esplanade with the re-run of Forbidden City: Portrait Of An Empress and there are many sporting events that you can get involved in.
Thus, aside from celebrating Singapore’s birthday, here are 27 Exciting Events In Singapore This August 2017 For Your Entertainment. August is sounding too good to be true already!
An award-winning tempura and tendon restaurant from Asakusa, Tokyo—Shitamatchi Tendon Akimitsu has opened in Singapore with its first outlet at Plaza Singapura.
With more than 128 years of culinary experience, Shitamatchi Tendon Akitmisu promises to impress all diners with authentic tempura and tendon. Furthermore, Chef Tanihara Akimitsu, the founder of Akitmitsu and 5th-generation head chef of Dote No Iseya, had flown over to Singapore to personally provide training to the crew at its Plaza Singapura outlet. Now, that is some dedication.
Excited to have a taste of their famous recipe, we made our way down to their Plaza Singapura outlet on their grand opening day. We’d go out on a limb and say that this is one of the best places to have tendon in Singapore.