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Singapore Coffee Festival 2017 - 9 Things You Can Do With An $18 Ticket At This Seaside Event

Singapore Coffee Festival 2017 - CoverSingapore Coffee Festival 2017     Adapted from: @thisisinch, @weareindigoism,@nellielim, @joshuasimonxl, @thecoffeeacademicssg, @pureyogaofficial, @jeffqu, @dappercoffee From keeping me focused during last-minute cram sessions to keeping me spry for social events, I owe a huge part of my functional existence to coffee. Unfortunately, due to my small budget, I can only afford...
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5 Kinfolk Magazine-Worthy Cafes In Singapore For The Perfect Minimalist Photoshoot

minimalist cafe singapore_kinfolkCafes for the Singaporean minimalist   The bustle of the Singaporean lifestyle is enough to strangle our minds as we constantly look to appreciate our lives without unnecessary clutter. Beyond the glitzy cafes we frequent along Haji Lane and all around Tiong Bahru are a few under-the-radar gems that gracefully employ...
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10 Quirky Dining Concepts For When Eating Out In Singapore Gets Predictable

Unique dining experiences in Singapore   With all the planning amidst a busy schedule that goes into a get-together with friends, the effort’s truly considered worth it if you’ve ticked off these three criteria: 1) it's a treat for your taste buds, 2) it's a feast for your eyes and 3)...
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10 Themed Cafes In Kuala Lumpur To Take Your M'sia Foodventures Up A Notch

kuala lumpur themed cafesInsta-worthy cafes in KL     Source “What to eat?” is a question that plagues most of us 24/7. Singapore has no shortage of cafes, but there are only so many weekends you can cafe-hop in a row before you find yourself in a “been there, done that” situation. Tired of...
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6 Sweet Burgers To Try In Singapore When Savoury Ones Get Too Mainstream

Donut Burger, Oh My TianSweet Burgers Yummier Than Their Savoury Counterparts   Judging by the number of burger chains and listicles about the best burgers in Singapore, it’s clear that burgers are a favourite of many here. But this foodie paradise holds many burger secrets, the best-kept of which are only discoverable by true burger...
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New Cafes and Restaurants In Feb 2017: Takeaway Ramen in MBS, Yu Sheng Rice Bowl

STRAY by Fatcat, yusheng rice bowlFeast non-stop February     Adapted from source: @theforbiddenrebel Our official CNY long weekend has just passed, but CNY isn’t technically over yet, and this gives us more reason to treat ourselves and our loved ones to good food. And just because February is the shortest month of the year, that...
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New Cafes and Restaurants In Jan 2017 - DOTS Cafe, Japan Rail Cafe & Yellow Cab Pizza

new restaurants jan 17 COVERNew Year, New Food   2017 is fast approaching, and it’s that time again to make resolutions we know we’re not gonna keep. Let’s leave lying to ourselves about diet plans and non-committal relationships with the gym in the past. Start the year right with the one thing that’ll never disappoint:...
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10 Vegan-Friendly Eateries In Singapore That Confirm Vegan Food =/= Rabbit Food

vegan restaurant COVERA Guide to Singapore's Best Vegan Eateries   Adapted from source: @svphiagoh When Lady Gaga donned the meat dress, the world kicked up a fuss. And we don’t blame them. After all, using meat as clothes is a gross waste of our planet’s resources, and a downright insult to the animals who...
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10 Prettiest Halal Cafes In Singapore That Make You The Squad's MVP

halal cafes COVERCantik visuals for your Insta feed   Have you ever invited your Muslim friend to go drinking, only to realise a second later that it’s haram? Or innocently jio-ing them for some good bacon and eggs breakfast, and feeling that certain dread only a split second later. Well, I plead guilty...
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14 Cafes In Singapore That Open Till Midnight For Non-Alcoholic Hangouts

late night cafes COVERCafes that are still open way after bedtime   Singaporeans like to sleep late. That's a known fact. If we didn't, the 24 hour behemoth Mustafa would have folded within its first two weeks. Prata shops would uniformly close at 10pm daily, and we would see a drastic drop in motorcycle...
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