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About S.E.A. Aquarium   Singaporeans love all kinds of seafood, but there’s a different joy in getting up close and personal with live fishes from every corner of the world. You can now explore the world under the sea here in Singapore, and learn about the colourful, fascinating and downright strange...
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The Swingin' South   There’s no denying that the South is the most exciting part of Singapore - 1000 malls along Orchard Road, countless nightclubs/bars/pubs, museums galore and two Integrated Resorts.  If you’re tired of the usual hangouts, we bring you more fun things you can do in the south:   ...
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About the Sports Hub   The Sports Hub has been open to the public for almost a year now and it’s still best known for its grass problems and leaky roof. “I thought it’s just the National Stadium?” seems to be the general opinion of this underrated attraction.  But it’s more...
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The History of Queenstown   Queenstown is Singapore’s first satellite estate, put together by the British in 1953 specifically to tackle overcrowding woes in Chinatown. Under the Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT), the ‘HDB’ of Singapore’s past, Queenstown came to house 70,000 people in 11,000 apartment flats with schools, market places, recreational...
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Dare To Go Bare   The Dare to Go Bare Challenge isn’t a full on nude challenge. No. It’s a much more worthy cause then that. It’s a challenge where you literally step out of your comfort zone. Here, we dare you to go bare… feet. If you’ve always wanted to do...
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About Volunteerism   “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” ― Mother Teresa How many of us volunteered in schools just to fulfil the minimum CIP requirements? Even though volunteering is no longer compulsory for some of us, here’s...
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About Adventure Cove Waterpark   Having spent a good part of my 21 years of existence perspiring profusely, I find comfort in knowing that there are pockets of cool that offer respite when the heat gets unbearable: pools, beaches and waterparks. They are, for the sweaty Singaporean, heaven on earth. Out...
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About The Projector   Maybe you’re a film buff wondering why the films they show at film festivals never appear in cinemas here. Or maybe you’re an old soul, longing for the days of silent movies and Audrey Hepburn. Or maybe you just want to watch a good movie. Tucked away...
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MacRitchie TreeTop Walk Guide   MacRitchie is beautiful and refreshing, but also really big and difficult to navigate. Well, it was for me, anyway. I've gone in search of the TreeTop Walk thrice in my life, but have only found it twice. And all three times, I got lost to varying...
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Hip Dating Spots Back in the Day   Before Resorts World Sentosa, before world-class shopping at Orchard Road, and before Marina Barrage, where did our parents and grandparents go to paktor? It may be difficult for us millennials to conjure an image of a fun date without glitz, grandeur and advanced...
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