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Merry Fishmas At S.E.A. Aquarium: Relive Your Childhood With Marine Animals And Pokémon

S.E.A. Aquarium Brings You A Merry Fishmas   At some point in our lives, we have all wanted to transport back to our childhood’s innocence and joy - even if it was just for a day. Imagine experiencing this naivete again whilst watching the sea’s most magnificent and beautiful creatures in...

This Festival Will Be The Most Provocative Thing Singapore Has Seen In A Long Time

akulah bimbo saktiBaring it all   Source: TUCKY/Cake Theatrical Productions We’ve been touted as the best city in Asia to live in, and flourished on the global stage with one of the most advanced economies. Yet, we’re still known for playing it too safe and being averse to taboos of any degree. Come...

5 Reasons To Visit Singapore Media Festival Before It Ends

Free short film screenings at Singapore Media Festival festival squareFood, film, and fun at Singapore Media Festival   What a year 2016 has been. With plenty of events of varying themes like food, music, and art, we’ve been kept well-entertained. Now, it’s time to end off the year with a bang with yet another cool artsy event: the Singapore Media...

McCafé Is Giving You Monopoly Game Labels With Every Set Meal

More ways to win that Citroen Car and S$40,000 cash from OCBC   Singapore’s most anticipated food game is back! From now till the 28th of November, play the McDonald’s MONOPOLY Game and play your chance card to stand to cash in for this year’s Grand Prize - a Citroen C4...

9 Sights at Singapore Biennale 2016 That Will Transport You to an Alternate Universe

Singapore Biennale thesmartlocalSingapore Biennale’s mind-bending works of art   Films like Doctor Strange have taught us to reimagine our universe as but one of many. While science at this point isn’t able to transport you to another world just yet, we can dream up such possibilities through art – some of which are...

A One-Of-A-Kind Instawalk Through Singapore's Countryside at Lim Chu Kang

Apollo AquariumDelving into Lim Chu Kang’s secrets   Call me the LCK whisperer, because I’m now approximately 75% more knowledgeable about this area than I was before. Tucked away at the edge of what seems to be the longest straight road in Singapore is Lim Chu Kang - the secret gem of...

10 Unmissable Acts At Singapore Writers Festival 2016 That Do Not Involve Books

A celebration of the written word    For most Singaporeans, the words ‘Singapore Writers Festival’ call pretty straightforward things to mind: book launches, poetry workshops and the like. But hold those thoughts because this year’s festival is set to offer hundreds of events with 320 speakers from almost every continent over...

SAFRA Punggol Turns Into A Haunted Courtyard Maze This Halloween

SAFRA Punggol The Haunted Courtyard: Chronicle of the Unsolved MurderSAFRA Punggol: Enter at your own risk   Brutally decapitated bodies and creeping bloodstains. Those were the only clues found shedding light on the puzzling case of three missing boys. What happened remained a mystery, but one thing is sure: their vengeful spirits wander in the dead of night, their true...

England Vs Germany - The Battle Of Europe Comes To Singapore

Battle of Europe 2016Battle of Europe 2016: England Masters vs Germany Masters   One of the first football memories I’ve ever had was watching Teddy Sheringham poke in Manchester United’s equalizer against Bayern Munich in the 1999 Champions League Final. 10-year-old Me thought that was the most magical 3 minutes of my life, as...

10 Inconspicuous Places In Jurong To Have Your Passports On Standby For

Journey to the west   Source: @hansoljang110 A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away; just kidding, I’m talking about the MRT stations in the far, far west - Joo Koon, anyone? Even for a mid-westie like me, anything beyond Jurong East on the green line is considered as “uncharted...

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