@Pasarbella: The Grandstand Bukit Timah, 200 Turf Club Road Singapore 287994 Opening hours: Mon to Thu (10am to 9pm), Fri to Sun (10am to 10pm)
Jess couldn't resist the sandwiches from the Melt Bar when she saw all the cheese oozing from between the bread slices. Lol~ And so couldn't some of our friends
So we went around quaint, rustic Tiong Bahru. Elyn had half her body stuck out of the car through the sunroof to film. :D Jess was pretty excited to go back there for a visit because it's a place which brings back memories having lived there with her grandparents when
Reunion dinner is a major and important affair for a Chinese family. It is a time where family members gather and well, reunite, over a good meal. More often than not, those living overseas return to Singapore in time for reunion dinner (or lunch) and stay on to celebrate Chinese
Chinese New Year is around the corner once again! If you get invited to a friend's house for a CNY gathering, here's what you can expect!
1. Having a steamboat dinner
Singaporeans love steamboat. It's probably one of the easiest kind of meals to prepare for a group of people without messing
Singapore might be tiny but it's chock-full of fun! Let's GO!
1. Shop at a pasar malam, aka night market
These are occasionally held large green spaces near housing areas, usually next to the MRT stations so you got to keep a look out for them. The makeshift stalls comprise of usually
@ KF1 Karting Circuit: 1 Turf Club Ave, Singapore 738078 (closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)
Nearest MRT station: Kranji
The unique thing about this karting circuit is that is lies just metres above the train track. Passengers on the train can catch a glimpse of the karting action while the MRT travels
Bright lights, huge decorative displays of toy soldiers and reindeers outside malls, imagining the almost-daily raindrops to be snow, giving, spending shopping, cool weather, the random appearance of Santa in malls, shopping crowds, hearing Christmas songs EVERYWHERE, gatherings, eating and more eating - that's the feel of Christmas in Singapore. There's a lot
One of the best ways to understand the way of life in Singapore is to spend half a day in a housing estate. Housing estates are self-contained each with a wet market, minimart, hair salon, coffee shops, a hawker centre, hardware stores, clinics, schools, police post - you name it!
@ Climb Central at Kallang Wave Mall (nearest MRT station: Stadium)
We were checking out the new Kallang Wave Mall just next to the awesome new National Stadium when we spotted a rock climbing wall towering 3 floors right in the middle of the shopping mall.
The climbing facility is owned by
It's always great to do stuff with people with the same interests. There are so many groups in Singapore that you have no time to get bored. From singing karaoke to baking, dragon boating to exploring nature, Korean pop to Japanese language, you name it. Some of them charge a
If you're planning to settle in Singapore with your family, here's an overview of how the education in system works here.
Preschool education is commonplace and parents send their children for pre-nursery/playschool (at age 3), nursery (at age 4) and kindergarten (5-6 years old). School fees pretty much depend on how
This page is for locals and tourists alike because not only can you get a 50% discount on a Happy Call frying pan, you can also find great discounts on entrance tickets to tourist spots here or hotel stays. Probably the most popular purchases are discounts to buffets for Singaporeans'
Bugis Street is the largest street market in Singapore! There are hundreds of stores selling mainly clothes and accessories. The best way to get there is to take the MRT and alight at Bugis MRT station. Take Exit C and follow the crowd you see crossing the road at a
You might be thinking, ‘Well that’s easy - just hail a cab, hop on it and get to my destination!’ You’re right! But knowing the ins and outs of the taxi world here would help a whole lot!
1. Beat peak hour timings and surcharges
Getting a cab during peak hours is
Well, to answer this question, it really depends on lifestyle. Here's a guide as to what prices are like these days in Singapore.
A filling meal at a hawker centre or coffeeshop where most locals frequent can cost as low as $3. To add a beverage or dessert will cost just