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10 Stargazing Spots As Near As Johor To Go Camping Under The Stars

Stargazing near Singapore Stargazing in Asia     Adapted from source.  If I had a penny for every star I’ve seen in Singapore, I’d have 3. Well, 4, if you count that one time I saw Joanne Peh while shopping. Jokes aside, our Lion City isn’t known as light pollution central for nothing -...

12 Affordable Halal Restaurants In The West From $6.90 Per Pax To Break Fast

Affordable Halal West Restaurants Break Fast JCube IMM WestgateHalal Restaurants In The West   Source One thing which most Muslim Singaporeans can commiserate over is the struggle in finding last-minute places to break our fast. The clock strikes and you either hear a distant azan from someone’s phone or get a text from your family at home telling you...

12 Most Unique Rental Services In Singapore - Bouncy Castles, Lamborghinis, and Free Umbrellas

Stuff to rent in SingaporeStuff you never knew you could rent in SG   Adapted from source There are just some things we use once and never again. These are usually impractical, pricey items that have little use aside from taking up space. Having a whole stash of fancy dresses for different occasions may be...

Todo Todo - A New Career Resource App For Millennials With Courses + Articles + Opportunities

TodoTodo provides career advice for young SingaporeansSnagging the perfect job     Growing up, a question I always dreaded hearing from nosey relatives was none other than “What are your plans for the future?”. But fret not fellow confused millennials - not knowing what to do is a problem that can be solved. Through Todo Todo, an...

10 Iconic But Obscure Japanese Dishes To Hunt Down On Your Next Trip To Japan

iconic japanese food not sushi and ramenJapanese delicacies you’ve never heard of   Adapted from source, source, source You may be an aficionado of sushi, ramen and tempura, but there’s more to Japanese cuisine than just that. Beyond what we know from restaurants in SG and tourist guides, there exists a whole other gastronomic paradise in Japan...

12 Fidget Toys Other Than Cubes And Spinners And Where To Find Them In SG

Fidget toy alternatives   Adapted from sources: Edamame, Beer Can, Think Pen, Mugen Puchipuchi, Moondrop, Boinks The latest fad in town is well upon us, and this time, it isn’t a smartphone game. The fidget spinner and cube have taken both Singapore and the rest of the world by storm, so...

8 Ways Singaporeans Stain Their Teeth Even Without Red Wine Or Kopi

stain teeth wine coffeeTeeth staining culprits    We already know the big “No-no”s when it comes to getting sparkling, white teeth. No smoking, no cup of joe in the morning, nor bottle of red wine after work - and that’s already a HUGE sacrifice, especially for those who need ‘em to function.  But sorry...

6 Things Your Skincare Therapist Should Be Telling You Before You Sign That Facial Package

mask celmonze facialWhat really goes on during your facial   I always liked the idea of a facial. Someone slathering on cool gel on my face as I let my mind drift off to...well, nothing. Sounds like heaven in a busy, chaotic world. But not everyone can agree whether facials are worth the...

The Gillette Roadshow has a Ninja Warrior Pop-Up At Plaza Singapura This Weekend

gillette ninja warrior ns50The Gillette ProShield Challenge   In conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of NS, hitting Plaza Singapura this weekend (20-21 May) is the Gillette ProShield Challenge, a military-inspired obstacle course to give you a taste of NS - minus the slugging around of your “wife”. From scaling a warped wall to leaping...

This TV Series Challenges Foreigners To Do Singaporeans' Jobs For A Day

Steady LahSteady Lah, Singaporean already!   Putting oneself in a completely new environment is daunting to say the least, and to adopt a Singaporean’s way of life as a foreigner can be pretty confusing with all our jumble of cultures and languages. What’s the diff between “lah” and “leh”, what’s taboo in...

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