Whether you are still schooling or working, one thing that you will be able to agree on is how precious weekends are. Be it a day spent on paying back your sleep debt or a day of shopping in town, why not spend it on a deck chair on in the pool or the sea at a beach club instead?
Keeping in mind that there are only 2 days of the weekend, you need to spend it right. There is no time to waste in getting that golden tan and there could be no better way to laze the weekend away.
Here are 14 Best Beach Clubs In Singapore You Should Spend Your Weekends At. You deserve this weekend break!
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.
Being blessed and content living in a multi-racial society such as Singapore is a privilege that many people overlook. This diversity is what brings our little nation together, fusing people from all backgrounds and cultures into one big and happy family.
With this, it brings us the opportunity to explore these races and their specific cultures in a more in-depth setting—with various monuments, religious buildings, heritage centers and more that are available to us at any time and are generally free to visit.
As a local, you can always take a day off or use a day of your weekend to take a breather and immerse yourself in Singapore’s heritage. If you are visiting from overseas, this will be your definitive guide to do all these things in a span of a day. Here is How to Explore Singapore’s Heritage in A Day For Free.
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.
Whenever I meet people and tell them I used to write the food pages for a magazine, they assume that I’m a fervent foodie who spends every Friday evening at a hip new diner and every Saturday afternoon having brunch and coffee at a just-opened cafe. The truth is, I’m as boring as they come. Also, I am as cheap as they come. I don’t believe in spending money when I want to hang out outside, so here, I’m going to tell you about 9 things you can do for free in Singapore.
While we’re best known for our rags-to-riches story, from a sleepy fishing village to a cosmopolitan metropolis today, one thing’s for sure: we’ve grown so much, it’s definitely hard to avoid the crowds in Singapore today. Honestly. Just ask any resident here, and they’ll attest to that. So where do you go when you’re looking to escape the city bustle, or are simply seeking pocket-friendly options for a quiet retreat? These places have the answers:
As we live in a technology-filled society, it’s tough to get involved in anything that doesn’t include a screen. Whether it’s your computer, television, or your mobile phone, I say it’s time to get unplugged, and indulge in some good old offline fun. Here are five weekend activities you can try without relying on technology: