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About The Royal Mail    The Royal Mail Restaurant & Bar is a cozy 60-seater restaurant in Ascott Raffles Place, with its concept inspired by a vintage brass mail chute which stands by the lift lobby of Ascott. Providing diners with a touch of the olden times - such as letter-writing...
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All Questions, No Answers?    Enter a world where only questions are allowed to be asked. Yes, you never really will get any answers. Or will you? In the fourth episode Challenge Accepted!, the TSLTV team brought in popular YouTuber, TrevMonki, to take on the "Questions Only Challenge." Based on a...
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About Jin Shan Lou   We all love a good, hearty supper to end a long day. Warm, soupy Taiwanese porridge accompanied with various sides is a favourite supper for many Singaporeans.  Served every night from 10.30pm - 2.30am, Jin Shan Lou's Taiwanese Supper Feast offers peckish diners a scrumptious spread...
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Ordinary Singaporeans with Extraordinary Stories   You don’t have to be famous to be extraordinary - even though many Singaporeans featured here are not celebrities, they each have an inspiring story to tell. Differences in appearance and background aside, everyone of them has something in common - a passion for a...
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Living In The North Of Singapore   Source Ahhh the North, The empty fields and desolate plains many of us call home. Few understand the pains of living here, and even fewer still understand the joy of it all. So here’s a list for those who just don’t understand, and for...
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About The Jungle Giants   Source Born and bred in Brisbane, Australia, this four piece indie pop band is embarking on their first ever Asian Tour. Having making their marks in Jakarta, Kualur Lumpur, and Manila, they’ve finally reached the last station of their tour: Singapore.The quartet delivers a mashup of...
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About Singapore Hobbies Expo 2015   A hobby can mean different things to different people. Some use their hobbies to pass their time, some use them as a way to connect with friends and family, and others pursue hobbies as a passion, dedicating our time and effort to making the best...
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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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Singaporean Girl Stereotypes   There are so many negative stereotypes surrounding Singaporean girls. I can't even count the number of times people have come to me complaining about my fellow country-women, demanding an explanation from me as to why they just can't seem to be satisfied. But is that really the case?...
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Singapore Food Delivery   Everyone has experienced lazy moments when you're absolutely dying of hunger, yet don't have the energy to get up and cook or buy something. Food delivery can be so tempting - why go through all the hassle of changing your clothes and taking the lift down only...
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Thrills & Spills of Singapore’s Past   Contrary to what most of us believe, Singapore’s entertainment scene pre-USS may have been even bigger than it is today. It was a time of vintage ferris wheels, travelling circuses, rickety rides, bustling food stalls, cabaret performances, and flashy night clubs where entertainment-seekers could...
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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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Lady M - Orchard Central   You can’t walk past Centrepoint without stopping to look at Lady M across the street - it’s impossible. How could you not love its beautiful, lofty facade? When I’m out on weekdays, busy running errands under the hot sun and not having cakes, this view...
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Must-Watch Singapore Films   Film is not dead in Singapore. Our indie film circle is thriving, thanks to the likes of Anthony Chen, Eric Khoo, Boo Junfeng, Royston Tan and Wee Li Lin amongst others. They have won acclaim both locally and internationally and are inarguably mavericks in their own right....
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About FoodLine   I’ve never liked catering. The problem doesn’t lie with the food - it’s the pains of working around a budget and finding a suitable caterer that gives me a headache. I remember the days of scrolling through Google, clicking on every website, calculating the costs, before sighing when...
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The RWS Invites Attractions Membership   My first visit to Resorts World Sentosa was one of the best days of my life - I remember being ecstatic when Universal Studios Singapore® finally opened. I ran around like a kid, taking photos with Shrek and the Madagascar Penguins, and stared wide-eyed at...
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Kumar Stands Up For Singapore   Kumar was always this flamboyant, larger than life character, who I grew up with on my television screen. I never knew he did stand-up, till I stumbled upon his TSL rating page one day. He was given an amazing 84% score from our members -...
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About Chez Vous   Source: Chez Vous Chez Vous has been around for 20 years, starting out as a modest salon in Bugis Junction before growing into the luxury boutique salon that it is today. It is the first salon in Singapore to launch the “only hair directors allowed” policy, so...
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About Chir Chir   The K-wave isn’t settling down yet. Located in 313@Somerset, Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory is the latest Korean fried chicken chain to hit our shores. Originally from South Korea, the fried chicken chain has over 100 stores across the country as well as in China and Taiwan. Pronounced “chi-ruh...
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