6 Places You Can Now Visit With Tuas West's 4 New Stations

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Tuas is no longer an enigma   Let’s face it, all of us see Tuas as a synonym for ulu. It’s inaccessible, insanely far from civilization and packed with only industrial buildings… right? Well, that’s actually too much of a sweeping statement. In reality, there’s so much more to this...
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12 Phenomenons In Singapore Stranger Than The Paddlepop Sky - Explained!

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Most mysterious happenings in Singapore   Note: this image was Photoshopped for illustration purposes, since smartphones and IG didn't exist back then. Adapted from Source Most of us saw the paddle pop rainbow and pink sky recently, be it with our own eyes or through social media. For a country...
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10 Real Singaporean Horror Stories To Keep You Up At Night

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Horror stories that only Singaporeans understand   Singaporeans love horror stories. Whether it’s cursed chalets, ghostly children who play with marbles in the middle of the night, or the good old nenek keropok - we have a ghost story for everything. With the wild success of horror movies and events...
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Little Known Pizza Hut Menu Items You Can Order In Japan, Indonesia and Malaysia

PizzaHut Asia’s CMO tells all   If you had to name just one dish that is universally loved, pizza would be one of the foods that comes to mind - and PizzaHut is a fast food chain synonymous with pizza that Singaporeans have grown to love over the years.  Whether...
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A Farewell Tribute To Mr. Lee Kuan Yew In Pictures - The Funeral Procession From A Citizen's View


Paying Tribute To Lee Kuan Yew   A final farewell to our beloved founding father, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew. Mr Lee Kuan Yew has been called many things - statesman, diplomat, legend, sage. But to us Singaporeans, he was simply our Lee Kuan Yew. A man without equal, he stood...
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12 Moments That Defined Singapore In 2014 By Bertha Henson

1. Chewing over Jover Chew   This Sim Lim Square retailer named in the consumer watchdog’s blacklist made a tourist go on his knees for a refund. He packed up his shop and disappeared from sight, leaving in his wake questions about the adequacy of consumer protection laws. There was...
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Minimum Wage Disaster - Cheap Sourcing Risks Security Officers’ Pay

Earlier this year, TSL wrote a piece on minimum wage and the problems it caused. In this article, t he issue of cheap sourcing will be looked at by a guest writer. This problem is best illustrated by the story of Mohd, a security officer of  9 years who had...
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Why implementing minimum wage in Singapore is a terrible idea

What is the point of a Minimum Wage?   " Why implementing minimum wage in Singapore is a terrible idea " and its full images can be seen as it was originally published on First, let's take a look at what the minimum wage actually is. Too often, people...
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Man punches Singapore Singer in the face. How she responds is incredible

Dawn Ho's recap of the incident   Last night, Singaporean singer Dawn Ho witnessed an obnoxious guy hi jack a limo cab and basically act like a jackass to everyone - telling the limo service stuff "You are my bitch" repeatedly. The guy in question was Aaron Jeremiejczyk, pictured below. She...
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5 need-to-knows on how the new Budget changes will affect Singaporeans

How will the Budget 2014 affect you?   Over the last week, Singaporeans have been consumed by the endless chatter of Budget 2014. We try to make sense of the changes, but due to the magnitude of information to process, it at times becomes just all too overwhelming to digest....
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