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  • Grab
    <p style="text-align: left;">Grab headquarters are situated in Singapore, but they operate in Malaysia Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia. This application allows users to book rides with just a touch of their fingertips.</p>
    <p style="text-align: left;">A selection of rides are available to suit each user's needs, and users are able to track their drivers' in real-time upon confirming their bookings. The Share My Ride function allows users to share their trips on social media or via private messaging for added safety.</p>
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  • Extremely affordable Asian Fusion fare
    With a name as whimsical as Eatplaylove, one would expect brightly-coloured ice-cream scoops on waffles and the atypical cafe which serves all-day breakfast. Who would have thought - Eatplaylove actually serves Thai food!

    Located in the midst of a series of shophouses in Aliwal Road much akin to those in Holland Village (minus the crowd), the cafe was quaint and cozy with familiar childhood toys and snacks for sale. However, with a Craft Corner in the cafe specially for children, do not expect a quiet experience. The food was alright - nothing mindblowing - but it’s value for money with the cafe’s $10 set lunch! Do try the waffles, which comes in the unique flavour of S’mores (toasted marshmallows and chocolate). One thing to note - though the cafe opens at only 12PM, it already stops taking in lunch orders at 2.30PM. But you can, and should, try out their yoghurt smoothies any time of the day.

    Private events are often held here, so check their Facebook page for updates to avoid disappointment after the 5-minute walk from Nicoll Highway MRT Station!
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  • Extremely affordable Asian Fusion fare
    With a name as whimsical as Eatplaylove, one would expect brightly-coloured ice-cream scoops on waffles and the atypical cafe which serves all-day breakfast. Who would have thought - Eatplaylove actually serves Thai food!
    Located in the midst of a series of shophouses in Aliwal Road much akin to those in Holland Village (minus the crowd), the cafe was quaint and cozy with familiar childhood toys and snacks for sale. However, with a Craft Corner in the cafe specially for children, do not expect a quiet experience. The food was alright - nothing mindblowing - but it’s value for money with the cafe’s $10 set lunch! Do try the waffles, which comes in the unique flavour of S’mores (toasted marshmallows and chocolate). One thing to note - though the cafe opens at only 12PM, it already stops taking in lunch orders at 2.30PM. But you can, and should, try out their yoghurt smoothies any time of the day.

    Private events are often held here, so check their Facebook page for updates to avoid disappointment after the 5-minute walk from Nicoll Highway MRT Station!
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  • Truffle fix and chill?
    I’ve never been one of those cafe-hoppers with an aesthetic Instagram feed, but I had definitely heard of PARK prior to my visit on Christmas evening. Having decided to grab dinner there on a whim, I didn’t get to Google the place to death and form my expectations.

    To our pleasant surprise, a budget of $15 for each of us four was more than enough to ensure that we left the place with happy, filled, bellies. The much raved about Truffled Mac & Cheese ($12.80) and Truffle Fries ($11.00) did not disappoint. With the occasion having directed human traffic to Gardens by the Bay or Orchard Road, PARK was left with an amazing ambience that evening. Although there hadn’t been space to accommodate us indoors, the air outside was cooling enough and so didn’t pose a problem. The service was what made my first visit there a memorable one - the staff were attentive to our needs, taking the initiative to provide us with plates when they saw that we were sharing, and always ensuring that we were comfortable.

    Since it’s a bit on the pricey side, as most cafes are, I would recommend visiting with a group of friends. Seating is limited - to ensure maximum comfort, consider having dinner or supper here instead. Do note that PARK is a cafe by day and a bistro by night, but if you ever want to join in the cafe-hopping hype, PARK would be a great place to start.
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  • The only theme park we have
    USS in Singapore was our substitute for Disneyland. The fairytale-like atmosphere of the entire theme park is what draws me in, and makes me want to stay forever.

    Entering USS lands you at its Hollywood zone, which instantly makes you feel like you’re in another country. One of my favourite aspects of USS it actually its music, which immerses you deeply into the entire experience. My first time here had me waiting ages for all the rides, but once you’ve had enough of the Waterworld shows and know when the next one starts, I guarantee, no waiting times! Take the opportunity to ride the Transformers ride and roller-coasters over and over again, in fairly empty cars.

    The best investment for students would have to be their season pass, which gifts students unlimited visits to USS within a 6 month period for a valuable price. Now, let me just find some friends willing to tag along every week...

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  • Aka the wallet emptier
    I had fumbled around with online shopping when Gmarket had still been the Taobao of Singapore, and when I was first introduced to the #sgselling hashtag on Instagram. Online shopping had never went well with me, until I used Zalora one day.

    It was after I had gotten my first debit card, during which the bank lady had told me: “You can shop online with it” in a bid to get me to sign up for one. I turned to the first online store I knew, scrolled endlessly, and settled with my first four purchases out of many in the future. The clothes that arrived were the exact quality I had expected - maybe even better. They were true to the picture, and true to size. When I knew of their easy refund policy, I started shopping even more freely. If I didn’t like a piece of clothing, I simply resealed the package and dropped it off at the post office. Easy peasey lemon squeezy.

    Zalora’s easy-to-use interface and endless scrolling display makes it an addictive app to shop with, and the affordable prices they offer don’t help much either.
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  • Aka money-sucking hell
    Who wouldn’t say yes to making a quick buck? My friend and I decided to set up a joint account to sell our preloved clothes one day, and it was then when I was first introduced to the most efficient buy-and-sell apps in Singapore.

    Before Carousell, Singaporeans usually resort to Instagram to buy and sell their items, under the #sgselling hashtag. But considering how Instagram doesn’t allow you search more than one hashtag at once, filtering through all the photos for what you’re actually looking for is extremely tedious. With Carousell, all these woes are put to rest. Carousell is the place to go to find ANYTHING you need at a significantly cheaper price, be it clothes, or tickets to the zoo.

    Users on Carousell are mostly self-regulated, which may result in some tiffs or regrettable events at times. But user trustworthiness can be determined by the feedback left on their profiles, and will greatly facilitate your shopping experience here on this app.
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  • The student's budget pasta place
    Pastamania had been another favourite of mine during my mugging days, thanks to the Student Promotion they have every weekday.

    I highly suspect that the pasta they serve are mostly microwaved, but that doesn’t deter me from coming back for more. With the Student Promotion, I’d always get the Cheesy Crumble Turkey Bacon with Penne, and sprinkle a healthy dosage of Tabasco sauce all over it. Despite being served in rich cream, the pasta is never too cloying, and is just creamy enough to ensure I have my fill despite the small portion.

    Without the Student Promotion though, I’d find the pasta here too overpriced for what they’re offering. However, it’s still a good place for a hearty family meal. Do try the Mum’s Salted Egg Soft Shell Crab pasta the next time you’re here!
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  • The Orientation Group Restaurant
    Marked by its spacious interior and free-flow drinks, Saizeriya is a popular dining option for orientation groups, CCAs and classes on their first day together.

    I usually see Saizeriya as JustAcia with better food, my go-to dish being the Salmon Doria ($5.90). However, the food here isn’t too good either. The Salmon Doria is basically white rice drowning in white sauce - far too creamy for a regular person’s taste buds. They do serve a generous number of smoked salmon pieces though, which are tasty, albeit a little too salty. But considering the extremely cheap prices of the food here, you are getting your money’s worth.

    Saizeriya probably isn’t the place to go for a regular meal on a regular day, but do visit if you’re looking for the perfect place to play shoot shag marry with your latest group of friends!
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  • I'm an Ajisen Ramen Fen
    People look at me weird whenever I declare to be craving for Ajisen Ramen, murmuring things like how they serve the worst ramen in the country. Maybe I haven’t tried enough ramen places to cast judgement, but right now, I’m perfectly contented with what Ajisen has to offer.

    I love Ajisen for its delicious soup, and it is mainly the taste of the soup I crave whenever I visit this place. Ajisen’s Tonkotsu soup isn’t too salty, and tastes great with the generous portion of ramen noodles and thick slabs of Cha Shu given for the Cha Shu Ramen. I usually sprinkle a liberal amount of chilli powder into my soup to tailor the amount of spice I wanted, since the Spicy Cha Shu Ramen was far too spicy for my liking.

    With their set meal, you’d get to enjoy a side dish as well as a glass of Ice Lemon Tea, which are worth your money. Do get their steamed gyoza - provided they aren’t out of stock as they frequently are!

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