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What to Expect at Singapore Changi Airport

Travelling can be a pain sometimes, especially when the essentials (SIM Card or transportation information) are far out of reach, or that you aren't too sure where to find them. Fret not, Soak in Singapore brings to you a comprehensive video of what to expect when you touch down at

Getting Around in Singapore On Bike Sharing (oBike)!

@ Punggol Waterway So when all these yellow bikes (oBike, OFO) starting appearing everywhere and then orange ones (Mobike) as well, we decided we had to get our butts on them! Bike sharing has burst into the local scene and from what we'd heard - $0.50 for a 15 minute ride,

Awesome things to do with family this June

With the school holidays just around the corner, it is time for the whole family to get out of the daily mundane routine and start having some fun! Singapore is no stranger to holistic family bonding activities and this holiday, SoakinSingapore brings you some of the countless things to do

Roti Prata Party!

@Casuarina Curry Restaurant and Catering: 187 Macpherson Road, Singapore 348545 It was a Monday and come on, who says we need TGIFs to celebrate? We headed down to the Casuarina Curry outlet down the road from our workplace and its wonderful because it is open till midnight daily! Everyone had a different

Weekday Office Lunch Culture in Singapore

In Singapore, lunch time frenzy is akin to Black Friday shopping, well almost. With a satisfying meal at a hawker centre or coffeeshop setting you back for as little as $3, most people head out of the office for lunch, instead of bringing lunch from home. Just head to Raffles Place

Budget, Get Set, Go! Living in Singapore: Life Hacks

Whether you’ll be living in Singapore for a couple of months or years, or will be visiting for a short period of time - Singapore is not cheap. Prices in Singapore are rising and if you’re looking to stay in Singapore on a budget, you’re going to have to stay

Botanic Gardens, Singapore’s Nature Hotspot

Lush, green trees and wide spaces; colourful flowers and the first and only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Singapore. The Singapore Botanic Gardens boasts of its 60,000 species of flora and fauna, including Singapore’s most famous tree, the Tembusu tree, which spreads out up to 40m in height and thrives

East Coast Park Cycling to Marina Bay

@ East Coast Park > Tanjong Rhu Promenade, Marina Bay Sands > Merlion Park > Esplanade Cycling! The last time we cycled was probably... when we were much younger. We had a good 2-hour+ session from the bicycle rental shop where we rented our bikes from. We cycled from point A

Coney Island Escape

Singapore's urbanised, but there are pockets of nature to discover. Coney Island is located at the north-eastern tip of Singapore, just about 100 metres off the main island. There are 2 entrances to the island - West and East, 2.4 kilometres apart. From the West entrance, you would have to head

@ Port of Lost Wonder, Sentosa – Kids Waterpark

Port of Lost Wonder Sentosa

@ Port of Lost Wonder - 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Sentosa It was the June school holidays and Yasmin and Jess decided to bring their nephews and niece to Sentosa! The Port of Lost Wonder (POLW) is great for kids from as young as 3 to probably 12. When the kids arrived

Elyn’s workout (of the year) at Macritchie Reservoir

@ MacRitchie Reservoir Park For Elyn, who hardly exercises (the soles of her shoes falling off being undeniable proof), to enjoy the 12.6km Macritchie walk, there must be a draw about the place. If you're looking for a unique way to burn off those calories from that third buffet in the month, or

8 Singapore Night Bites

8 Singaporean Night BItes

Having supper, especially on weekends, is a huge subset of Singaporeans' favourite past time - eating. There's something strangely exhilarating about feasting late at night. A short car ride would take you between supper haunts. On week nights, you would see people dining alone (probably those who work the graveyard

Things That You Hear During Chinese New Year

As Chinese New Year approaches, some people feel like it is a the start of a repeated cycle - the food (the weight gain), the ang pows (red packets) the people, the conversations, the words. Amidst the festivity, here's unveiling the softer side of CNY visiting. 1. Standard questions One thing that’s

Hanging Out Over Coffee at Craftsmen

@ Craftsmen Specialty Coffee: Siglap V, 2 First Street, Singapore 458278 We love to hang out over coffee! Because most of us are easties, at times, you can find us Craftsmen Specialty Coffee. We love their, what else.. coffee! It's a pity that they close pretty early, for Singapore which comes