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20 Unknown Things To Do In East Singapore Even Easties Haven't Heard Of

The Sun Never Sets In The East   We Easties are a pretty chill bunch - that is, until you bring up the East vs. West debate. Some of the island’s best eats are concentrated in the East of Singapore, but that’s only half of the reason why Easties beyond proud...

The Secret To How McCafé Coffee Makes Singapore's Most Affordable Latte ($3.20)

The Secret Behind McCafé Coffee The strong aroma of coffee beans, the whirring sound of the espresso machine, there’s simply no replacement for the buzz of a coffee shop early on a weekday morning. As soon as that coffee passes your lips, the day is yours to be seized! No more...

We Were Tied Up And Made To Watch The Faith of Anna Waters. Here's What Happened.

Don't underestimate local horror films   This might be Singapore’s biggest break in the Hollywood film industry. It’s not just another movie that’s shot in Singapore - The Faith of Anna Waters is the first Hollywood film directed by a Singaporean filmmaker, Kelvin Tong, and stars favourite local artistes such as...

10 Jobs That Will Let You Travel the World While Getting Paid Well

Get paid to travel!   Source We’ve all had dreams of visiting far flung locations around the globe - exotic beaches, ancient architecture, spectacular views and meeting new people. Sadly you can’t just hop on the plane on a whim, it’s going to cost you. Oh yeah, and don’t forget you...

10 Epic Road Trips Around Australia All Singaporeans Should Embark On For Under $1500

Hit The Road, Jack     From cities to beaches, Australia’s got it all! But factor in airfare, expenses and accommodation, and unless you’re rolling in dough, all hopes of exploring Australia might go out the window. But all hope is not lost. Forget expensive flights and hours wasted in the...

Hotel Vagabond Review - The Museum Hotel With A Lobby That Transforms Into A Film Theatre

Hotel Vagabond Review - A boutique hotel like no other   I’ve always seen hotel staycations as the ultimate getaway from real life: a relaxing holiday escapade without even leaving the country. Now that staycations have become the new IT-thing for all Singaporeans seeking some stress release, the ante has been...

14 Singles Events in May 2016 For Singaporeans Who Are So Done With Tinder

Going solo is so last season   It’s already five months into 2016, and guess what? You’re still single.  Sure, being a lone wolf has its perks - there’s no struggle to remember if today is the 11th or 12th day-sary. But I’m sure there are days when you wish that...

We Tried The Miracle Berry And It Majorly Messed With Our Sense Of Taste - Singaporeans Try: Episode 49

Cuts Copy 01.00 09 36 14.Still004Experiencing a flavour trip!   Have you ever wondered what it would be like to finish an entire lemon slice without stopping to shudder? We've watched Youtube videos of babies reacting to eating sour foods and yes, they are beyond adorable! Inspired by VAT19, we tried the M Berry tablets in...

10 Ways Super Japan 2016 Will Transport You To Tokyo Without Jetting Off

10 Ways Super Japan 2016 Will Transport You To Tokyo Without Jetting Off
The J-Wave is back   When I hear the words “Super” and “Japan” together, immediately my mind conjures up an image of a massive sumo wrestler flinging his opponent around. However, rather than featuring beefy professional fighters, be prepared for your senses to be blown away by dynamic performances and hands-on...

10 Reasons Why Qingdao Is A Wondrous Land That Looks NOTHING Like China

Hipster China   Polluted air. Congested roads. Fake goods. If not the great wall, these are things we can crudely name offhand about China. My time in Beijing and Shanghai did little to change that. In the chilly autumn of 2012, I stuffed my face with hot dumplings, and had my...

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