Joining the many dining establishments that have closed down in 2020 is DC Super Heroes Cafe at Marina Bay Sands.
The 5-year-old themed cafe has been a popular spot for both children and adults to enjoy a meal inspired by their favourite superheroes.
Unlike many of the other eateries in Singapore that have closed down due to the impact of the pandemic and Circuit Breaker, DC Super Heroes Cafe mentioned that it will be shutting its doors due to the end of its tenancy.
The day we’ve all been restlessly waiting for has come, and Singapore has finally exited the Circuit Breaker.
However, before we dash out of our homes in euphoria and attempt to carry out every single activity we’ve been waiting to do, we need to understand that our lives from now onwards will be a long stretch from what it previously used to be like.
As we rev our engines and restart our work towards normalcy, we have to remember that our society isn’t the same place that we left behind before we entered the Circuit Breaker.
Our economy is in shambles and Singapore will be entering a recession this year. A dark, ominous cloud looms above our heads, fuelled by a significant amount of uncertainty, especially over the duration and intensity of the period. Singapore’s GDP growth forecast for 2020 has been revised downwards to -7% to -4%, the lowest in Singapore’s history.
How long will we be stuck in this rut? How bad will it be? What can we do moving forward to prevent things from getting worse?
While you may think of yourself as a small speck in Singapore’s 5.6 million population, every effort counts and we all need to work together to save our little red dot. Don’t know where to start? Here are 6 ways in which you can contribute to getting Singapore back on her feet.
Covid-19 has ruined pretty much all of our plans for 2020 as well as affected our daily lives for the worse. From cancelled overseas trips to plenty of restrictions, the pandemic has been a wet blanket and the worst way to start another decade.
However, it hasn’t completely put a permanent halt on some of the activities that we have been looking forward to. A number of events in Singapore that were scheduled to happen across 2020 have bounced back innovatively with online versions of what they had originally prepared. While it definitely won’t feel the same as physically being there, for now, it’s better than nothing.
From the National Day Parade 2020 to Shilin-inspired Night Market, here are 8 events and activities in Singapore that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home while you #stayhome and #staysafe.
After a long arduous wait, June has arrived and we have finally exited the Circuit Breaker.
To reward yourself for staying home for so long, why not treat your bellies with some fantastic food offers? Times are tough, so while we treat ourselves, we can always try to save some money at the same time.
From 1-for-1 pizza from Pizza Hut to free winglets from 4 Fingers, here are 7 F&B venues in Singapore that will be having food promotions in June 2020. Save money and stay safe!
Being stuck at home during this period can make us lose track of time; the days and weeks all feel the same and it is easy to slip into a monotonous routine during this excruciatingly difficult period. However, in the midst of everything, it is important to remember to take care of our health and wellbeing so as to not spiral out of control.
Aside from following Youtube workout videos and adopting good hygiene practices, one thing we should all try to do is to eat better so that our body has the fuel to function well. This includes our recommended daily intake of 2 servings of fruit a day.
If you don’t know how and where to stock up on fruits in Singapore, here is a list of 13 places that have fresh fruits delivery services so you can get #stayhome, get your fresh fruits online and enjoy them at home.
COVID-19 has left Singapore’s F&B industry in a catastrophic mess, especially after dining out was banned during the Circuit Breaker period. Eateries have been struggling to make ends meet and despite many of them still allowing takeaway or delivery, it is not always enough.
So, it isn’t surprising that a number of these dining establishments have had to shut their doors and leave Singapore’s F&B industry. Over the past few months, we’ve heard of the closing of a number of reputable restaurants across our little red dot and it is truly heartbreaking.
Just recently, there have been rumours that Stärker Group has become one of the next casualties of the pandemic. Are these, however, true? We will find out by 10 June 2020.
One of our favourite hawker centres in Singapore will be reopening on 17 June 2020 after delayed renovation completion.
Bedok 85 Fengshan Market has been closed for renovations and was initially supposed to reopen on 17 April 2020, but was this was affected by the Circuit Breaker.
One thing that we have sorely been missing during the Circuit Breaker is the freedom to go cafe hopping. While we can’t experience the chill atmosphere and aesthetic layout of our favourite cafes, we still can try to recreate some popular cafe dishes in our kitchens while we stay home.
A popular menu item that you can attempt to make is luncheon meat fries. These thick strips of fried goodness are painfully addictive, but at the same time, they aren’t the most healthy appetiser around as everything is deep-fried. If you have an air fryer, make these fries a little less sinful by cooking them in it. We have here a simple 9-step recipe you can follow to do up your very own cafe-style luncheon meat fries with an air fryer.