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This Mamee Cafe In Malacca Lets You Customize Your Childhood Fave As Cup Noodles

Mamee’s Made in Malacca?   Source When it comes to noodles, most Singaporeans can’t decide between, ramen, indomie, mee pok or spaghetti. But one noodle with a special place in our hearts as the staple carb of our childhoods is the Mamee Noodle Snack.   Growing up, my classmates and I...

5 Kid-Friendly Taiwanese Minsu That Will Turn Parents Into 10-Year-Olds Again

Taiwan homestayChild-friendly minsu even adults will appreciate   Source Forget posh and pricey hotels the next time you plan for a holiday in Taiwan - staying in a minsu is a far more interesting way to experience Taiwanese trademark hospitality! Commonly known as homestays, minsu (民宿) often come in a multitude of...

8 Glamping Sites In Asia For Your Pocahontas Dreams Without The Rabak-ness

glamping in asiaCamping in style   Source I’ve always wanted to go camping. Not the secondary school kind of camp at Dairy Farm, but the kind you see in the movies. The whole experience seems so magical - but the thought of mosquitoes, no hot water, and the absence of electricity makes me...

4 Hidden Bunkers In Singapore Only For The Most Adventurous Explorers

hidden bunkers in singapore thesmartlocalHidden Bunkers In Singapore   It’s been more than 60 years since World War II - and while our minds have completely erased almost all of its traces, war relics still stand strong to tell tales of a time past. While most of us have been to Labrador or Fort Canning...

5 Reasons Why Being A Nurse Is Tough But Completely Worth It

Nurses do so much more than we know   It's something we rarely think about but without Alfred, Bruce Wayne wouldn't be Batman. He'd forget his dinner plans, where he left his keys, and possibly even his password to the Batcave. Similarly, nurses are unsung heroes to doctors all around the...

19 Types Of People You’ll Meet On A Night Out In Zouk

Types of Singaporeans in Zouk   Source Zouk is the modern playground for frivolous twenty-somethings with money to spend and drinks to be drunk. A National Geographic Documentary about animals on heat has nothing on this bad boy, and the dancefloor is filled with scenes even David Attenborough would be proud...

13 Incognito Eateries In Singapore Camouflaged In Plain Sight

hidden restaurants coverThe F&B scene that can't be seen   Source: @melloknee We trawl websites for promising Pokemon Go Guides in hopes of stumbling across legendary Pokemon that don’t linger long before they vanish. But this guide here confirms you’ll chance upon hidden restaurants! And these gems won’t be disappearing anytime soon -...

Poly Students Can Complete This Mass Comm Degree In Just 1 Year

Graduate with a Mass Comm degree in one year   If the thought of toiling for another 3-5 years in Uni scares you when you think back on all the blood, sweat, and tears shed in your Poly years, I hear you. Unfortunately, in Singapore’s dog-eat-dog society, paper qualifications are still...

8 Things Young People Should Know About TCM

Busting TCM myths Thought of as our grandparents’ domain, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is something many of us are unfamiliar with, and even shun. For the longest time, my knowledge of TCM was limited to herbal tea, and I certainly had no desire to find out more. My poor grandma’s well-meaning...

12 Unique First Date Ideas In KL That’ll Guarantee A Second

Unique date ideas bukit nanasFirst Date Problems in Kuala Lumpur   First dates can be crucial and nerve-wrecking, because you either make it or break it but fret not, we’re here to help. This list of 12 unique first date ideas in KL will not only save you from that headache, but also guarantee you...

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