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Nomi Japan - Newly Opened $2 Mart In Marina Square To Visit Before The Don Don Donki Crowd Finds Out

  2.   Singapore Business & Retail Reviews
  3. Tuesday, 12 December 2017
Nomi Japan - $2 lifestyle mart in Singapore   Japanese products are oft-associated with high quality...and high prices. Luckily for us Nippon-crazy Singaporean folk, we have discount stores like Daiso, and most recently, Don Don Donki , for our fix Japanese goods at affordable prices. Well, it ...

Jem Is Having A Unicorn Themed Christmas With A 11m Walk-In Tree And Life-Size Unicorn Photo Areas

Unicorn-themed Christmas decorations at Jem   With sparkly decorations adorning the streets, festive markets, and a mirthful spirit in the air, there’s no doubt that Christmas is the most magical time of the year. You’d probably already have flocked to the Orchard belt for photos at the annual ...

10 Popular Fashion Stores With Discounts AND Sure-Win Freebies For Outfit Shopping This Christmas

  2.   Singapore Fashion
  3. Friday, 08 December 2017
Fashion store discounts and sure-win prizes   Image adapted from:  @somethingborrowed_official ,  @airmaxdrops Once again another year has gone by in a flash, and we’ll soon be counting down to the last minutes of 2017 in anticipation of more good things to come in 2018. But before us...

Don Don Donki - 14 Quirkiest Products At Orchard Central's New 24/7 Japanese Megastore

Don Don Donki - Don Quijote’s Singapore store   It’s no secret that many of us Singaporeans go crazy for anything J-related. And it seems like the Japanese know that too - seeing as we’ve been blessed with megastores like Daiso, Muji, Tokyu Hands, and most recently, Lumine for our......

11 Affordable Afternoon Tea Sets In Singapore From $13/Pax So You Can Be Fancy On A Budget

  2.   Singapore Food Guides
  3. Friday, 24 November 2017
Cheap English afternoon tea places in Singapore     Tell a Singaporean you’re having kaya toast and kopi for an afternoon snack, and no one bats an eyelid. But say you’re going for tea, and you might raise some eyebrows. Though we grew up being taught to speak and write......

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