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  • Chan Choyyu
    Beehoon that will make you swoon
    Ah, beehoon. We love it in all its forms, whether soupy, fried, or steamed. Two decades ago, this beloved staple was given a new spin by White Restaurant, and till this day White Beehoon remains one of our many local favourites.

    Doused in a thick broth that’s almost gravy-like, the dish is heaped with a generous serving of prawns, squid, and clams. It has neither the fishy smell of seafood, nor does it taste overpoweringly peppery. The best of all, it doesn’t leave you thirsty after you’ve licked the plate clean - a rare feat in a world of MSG.

    The noodles also have just the right amount of springiness, and if the prawns used were fresh instead of frozen, this dish would be absolutely perfect. That said, it’s no wonder White Restaurant remains the undefeated champion of its kind.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    A sweet deal from Taiwan
    Taiwan is known for many things. Their mandopop singers, their glorious bubble tea - Gong Cha, please don’t ever leave us again - and of course, their notable taiwanese desserts like the ones served at Nine Fresh.

    While we're eternally grateful to Blackball for bringing Taiwanese desserts to our shores, an average of $6 a bowl might not be too easy on the pocketbook. Nine Fresh provides a much cheaper alternative, with most of its selections priced only around $2-$3 for a rather large serving.

    Nine Fresh is also readily available, with as many as 15 outlets scattered around our little island. While Blackball remains my undefeated champion taste-wise, it's no denying that for what it's worth, Nine Fresh’s desserts still exceed expectations.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    Dating at your fingertips with Tinder
    As my fellow introverts would know, mingling outside of your comfort circle to find a date requires a whole lot of grit and willpower. Dating apps are a huge life-savers, but you don’t want to talk to just anybody - there needs to be some sort of a filter. I chose to use Tinder, because it allows fuss-free browsing from an almost inexhaustible pool with just a simple swipe of the finger.

    One of Tinder’s most outstanding features for me would be the sending of only text messages on the app, which gets rid of unwanted ‘surprises’. Apart from that, your personal preferences - age, gender, height - can be keyed in and an algorithm will help sieve out profiles based on that.

    A facebook profile and short bio is all that’s needed to join, and there is no limit to the number of ‘matches’ you can have in a day.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    Hair removal without awkward conversations
    When your nether regions are feeling airy and exposed while you’re having an IPL, being greeted with comfortable silence instead of pushy sales tactics is much appreciated. Musee Platinum offers just that, along with a satisfactory level of hygiene, impeccable service, and amazing offers.

    Their staff rarely go into detailed explanations of packages that you’ve never asked about, and disposable undergarments are provided. What’s more, they often have sweet deals that included unlimited sessions of underarm and bikini line hair removal at only $38.

    Currently, Musee Platinum is having yet another promotional offer, so if you’re thinking of pampering yourself with some smooth skin, the time is now.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    Run for buses no more
    We’ve all experienced this before - missing a bus by seconds and having to wait agonisingly for the next one to arrive. With SG Buses though, we no longer have to put our patience to the test with its estimated bus arrival timings for both SBS and SMRT buses.

    The app allows you to key in either bus service number, bus stop number, bus stop name, or road names, which makes for very convenient and easy searching. Although the app’s estimates are slightly off at times, SG Buses has still proven itself helpful and very much indispensable.

    Unless you are a very patient individual, SG Buses is probably something you’ll need in your life.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    Fun fit for a king
    We’ve all been there before, trying to look for an ideal crib for that perfect staycation - meaning it has to be convenient, comfortable, and affordable. As such, I’m happy to share that Copthorne King’s is worth a stay.

    Located just a stone’s throw away from the happening Clarke Quay and Boat Quay districts with a myriad of bars, pubs and clubs to choose from, this mid-range hotel is perfect for night owls and party animals alike who wish to get in the thick of the nightlife till earlier in the AM.

    With spacious rooms and facilities such as a steam bath and a jacuzzi free for general use, go ahead and take a quick dip the next morning to pamper and refresh your hungover self.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    There’s no place like Lim Chee Guan (for Bak Kwa)
    We Singaporeans are famous for queueing. It’s not that we love to queue per se, but we’re willing to trade our time and energy for what’s worthy, like Bak Kwa. A case in point: snaking 5-hour long queues at Lim Chee Guan when Chinese New Year is just around the corner.

    Some would say that’s borderline insane, but it’s a small price to pay for Lim Chee Guan has perfected the Bak Kwa ($56/kg). It has the right amount of smokiness, tenderness, and chewiness - something that’s hard to achieve even among its more established competitors.

    If there’s one queue you should brave this coming CNY, this is it. It would be worth every bit of your time and effort.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    Fashmob’s fashion
    As someone on the shorter side who shops online often, my loots tend to end up being way too long and unflattering on me - except the ones I’ve gotten from Fashmob. It’s relatively new in the market, but the workmanship of their apparels do not pale in comparison to that of more established blogshops.

    Fashmob’s launches every Sunday often boasts a variety of clothes to fit almost every body type possible - tall or short, slender or curvy, and their price range is similar to that of the market rate.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    A fine place for fine dining
    Craving for good food with a good view, but can’t decide if you should go for western or Asian fare? With its relaxing vibe, Georges @ The Cove is the perfect solution. Better yet, it’s easy on the wallet too.

    From Meatball Bolognese ($15.90) to Seafood Hor Fun ($10.90), Georges offers both a wide variety of food and drinks. The one thing from the menu that you wouldn’t want to miss would be the Beer Battered Fish and Chips ($15.90), fried to golden perfection.

    If fish is not your thing, their very own Georges Cop-The-Lot Burger ($17.90) is just as noteworthy. Its succulent beef patty will melt in your mouth and mix well with the accompanying bacon into a rich delectable goodness.
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  • Chan Choyyu
    A pet salon you know you can trust
    As an owner of two Chihuahuas, I have constantly been on the lookout for a pet salon that I can entrust my pups to. Upon a friend’s recommendation, I decided to give Whiskey’s a try, and I’m glad that I did.

    Whiskey’s offers grooming services for dogs, cats and rabbits that start from as low as $7, depending on the breed and type of service you want. Reassuring videos of your furbabies being comfortable during their grooming sessions will also be sent to you, and should you wish to pamper your precious critters further, nail art, colour dye, and even a coconut oil spa treatment that helps reduce skin allergy and boost skin health are available. What’s more, prices start from just $20.

    In addition to being a salon, Whiskey’s also provide boarding services for you to leave your pet in good hands for a couple of days while you’re overseas.
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