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Halloween is the only time of the year when you can get away with cheesy costumes and cringe-worthy pranks. It is also the perfect time to bring out your horror movie collection and binge-watch with a couple of friends!
But throughout the recent years, Halloween is a festivity that Singaporeans are growing to love more and more.
We get to be treated to yearly scare-fests, on top of the Trick-And-Treat adventures in neighbourhoods. Be it full-on hair-raising experience or something more toned-down that the kids will love, here are 3 Spook-Tacular Events Around Singapore For Halloween 2016.
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You do not need to fly to exotic locations for an affordable, pocket-friendly getaway. Instead, try looking towards these beautiful Airbnb locations all around Malaysia.
They are cosy and beautiful in their respective ways, and more importantly, affordable.
There is definitely something for everyone – from luxurious seafront homes overlooking the ocean to more traditional-looking bungalows, and modern, quirky spots that will make you feel right at home. Here are 8 Beautiful And Affordable Airbnbs In Malaysia To Escape To.
September means Mid-Autumn Festival is round the corner.
Besides indulging in mooncakes and tea, the occasion should also be quality time with family and friends.
If you have not made any plans to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival yet, there are several events and displays all around the island. Here are 5 Events Happening In Singapore During The Mid-Autumn Festival.
The dreaded haze is back. It plagues us every year, but that should not stop you from going out and enjoying your weekend before the start of a fresh, new week. Forget strolling through the open Marina Bay area on a hunt for rare Pokémon.
Instead, retreat to the great indoors!
You can still have a relaxing weekend with spa treatments, or head to one of the Singapore museums. If a calm and quiet afternoon is not what you are looking for, then go ice-skating, or have a splashing good time at an indoor water playground! Here are some Things To Do In Singapore This Weekend To Avoid The Haze.
Chun Cui He milk teas from Taiwan have been driving Singaporeans crazy, and they have always been swiped off the shelves, despite being around for a little more than a month.
However, in a press statement released today, the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) has just announced that the famed milk tea will be recalled, as there is a food additive within the drink that is not permitted by Singapore standards.
It is safe to say that everybody knows about the Taiwanese milk teas that have taken Singapore by storm. These Chun Cui He teas are stocked in selected 7-11 outlets around the island, and are available in extremely limited quantities.
The milk teas came to our shores recently, and they get swiped off the shelves every single time they are restocked. In fact, 7-11 has even issued notifications and announcements that customers are only allowed to purchase a maximum of 6 bottles at any one time.
But here is why we believe that the Chun Cui He Milk Teas Are Not Worth The Hype.
Greyhound Cafe, famous fashion and lifestyle cafe in Bangkok, is set to open in Singapore this November! If you’ve been to Bangkok before, you might have probably heard of the Greyhound Café.
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If you are only going to eat one thing when in Ipoh, let it be the Ipoh Hor Fun.
A simple Google search will prove that there are many local stalls and restaurants here in Singapore selling their own renditions of Ipoh Hor Fun, but it is safe to say that nothing comes close to the original.
The Chinese population in Ipoh is mostly of Cantonese and Hakka descent, which heavily influences the cuisine and the flavours you will find there. There are many dishes unique to the Malaysian state, but the Ipoh Hor Fun Is The One Dish You Need To Eat When In Ipoh.