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Food Republic Themes You Always Suspected Were There But Could Never Confirm

Food Court Culture in Singapore   Living in multi-racial and multi-religious Singapore, we have to constantly cater to our friends’ and partners’ dietary preferences. This is unfortunately true even when you're a foodie with insatiable cravings for different cuisines - with hawker centres being too warm and restaurants too niche...
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This is how J.Avenue became the trendiest shopping area for youngsters

What is J A.V.E?   More than just a level of plain shopping, J.Avenue is the paragon of Affordability, Variety and Ever-change.  I was here for the launch of J.Avenue last weekend, the new retail zone located at Level 2 of J Cube. The shopaholic in me was going bonkers...
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30 Things I Wish I Knew Before Backpacking Across Southeast Asia

My first backpacking trip around Southeast Asia   Last winter, I bought a one way ticket and  spent 6 weeks travelling overland through Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia. In this article, I will share with you  the things I discovered and wish I knew before embarking on my backpacking journey. ...
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10 reasons why Xi'An is the hottest destination to visit in China right now

About Xi'An, China   Having only been to populous cities in China like Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin and Xiamen, I've always wondered what it was like to travel to other parts of China. Chinese history lessons in school had sparked my curiosity to explore and experience the rich culture and long...
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J.Avenue brings Dong Dae Mun, Chatuchak and Harajuku to your door step

A new avenue in JCube - J.Avenue   Gone are the days where Jurong East MRT Station was all about the Ice Skating Rink and Fast Food joints for teenagers to hang out at. Jurong East is an area fast developing to reach international audiences and nowhere is this more...
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Fantasia by Escriba opens in Singapore with World's Tallest Chocolate Fountain - Here's our first look

About Fantasia by Escriba   This weekend, there will be something more inviting at Marina Bay Sands than its iconic infinity pool. T he cascade of luscious liquid dark chocolate standing 8.5 meters -  Callebut Falls. Witness the Guinness World Record Breaking World's Tallest Chocolate Fountain till Sunday, the 24th...
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12 Unbelievable Things To Do In Taiwan That Most Tourists Do Not Know About

Beyond Taipei's Shopping and Food   Whenever Taipei is mentioned, many immediately think of the iconic Taipei 101, bustling night markets and mouth-watering small bites . While I am a fan of city life in Taipei, the geography of Taiwan has endowed her with more than just high rise buildings....
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Joyden Seafood Restaurant celebrates 10th birthday with revamped menu and interior

About Joyden Seafood Restaurant   Joyden Seafood Restaurant celebrates its 10th birthday with a new name, interior facelift and comprehensive revamped menu. Previously known as West Coast Seafood Restaurant, the same team of experienced chefs continued to deliver a range of comforting classic dishes alongside latest unique creations. Expect a...
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First Look Inside EVA Air's Hello Kitty Airplanes Flying From Singapore In June 2015


About EVA Air's Hello Kitty Jets   Jerome and I Update: Hello Kitty planes have been permanently added to the Singapore <=> Taipei flight route and will commence on June 21st, 2015. Here's  what to expect inside a typical Hello Kitty plane. Note: the plane in June will have a...
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13 Singapore Art Events that Provide Infinitely Better Entertainment Than Yet Another Boring Movie

Arts and Culture in Singapore   If you thought the only entertainment in Singapore were boring Hollywood movies, you thought wrong. There is a whole world of entertainment in the Singapore arts scene just waiting to be discovered.  With the gravitation of contemporary arts towards Asia, we have witnessed a...
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