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Gong Cha Girl For A Day   “WE WANT FREE BUBBLE TEA!” was the only response I got when I told the people around me I was going to be behind the counter of Gong Cha for a day. Yeah my friends pretty much have a one-track mind when it comes to bubble tea. What they didn’t know is that Gong Cha also won Top Brand under the F&B Kiosk Category, solidifying their presence as bubble tea stronghold.  I don’t know about you, but when I heard I got the chance to work with Gong Cha, I immediately obsessed over the...
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The Great Kingdom of Thailand   If you look past the immense beauty of the Thai beaches and resorts, you'll realise that Thailand also has a vast history and one of the richest cultures in the region. There is so much to see here. That is why we've decided to put together a list of the most incredible places in Thailand - whether you're looking for a relaxing beach getaway or you want to immerse yourself in the Thai culture, there's something for everyone. Here's a list of 10 destinations in Thailand that may very well change your perspective on life....
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About Pangdemonium's Frozen I searched for “Frozen” on Google and on page eight of the search results I still end up with “Frozen - Netflix”. It’s exasperating, and really makes one wonder if people ever search for anything outside of the movie. I attempted again with “Frozen the play” and I got one Wikipedia entry on the correct result but the nine other hits on the page still revolved around Elsa and Anna. Therefore, it is absolutely okay to assume that Pangdemonium will be staging the Frozen. It is also fine if you got all excited, thinking this is the time to...
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Birthday Party Ideas   A: It’s ABC’s birthday next Tuesday! What should we do? B: ¯\_(?)_/¯ We can just meet at *insert random location* and surprise him with a cake? A: Okay! We’ve all been there, done that. And it's getting old. Asking C out on his birthday week isn’t going to work as a surprise. But hey, although you can’t surprise the birthday celebrant with the purpose of the meeting, you can surprise him with the activity itself! From bouncy castles to extravagant yacht parties, we’ve scouted Singapore for the most interesting birthday party ideas. Here are some of the...
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About Clarke Quay   Clarke Quay is home to a world-famous night scene, with thousands of partygoers congregating at the hundreds of clubs and bars every night. However, partying is not cheap in Singapore. Buying a bottle of alcohol at a bar can set you back a good $200, while a pint of beer can cost you around $20. It is common to see many people “pre-drinking” from bottles of hard liquor and beer bought from the nearby 7-11 or supermarkets, and even bottles brought from home. We decided to provide an alternative for you: The Ultimate Clarke Quay Happy Hour...
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About Tsubohachi   Tsubohachi Izakaya was first opened in 2009 and conceived as a restaurant for friends to gather at after work. This spacious restaurant with its many small booths is a great best place for group outings and hearty conversations. Located next to Ramen Champion on the top floor of Bugis+, Tsubohachi prides itself on serving good quality sashimi and Japanese skewers called kushi. Tsubohachi is one of the restaurants under Komars Group, which also owns Ramen Champion and popular budget hair salon EC House.       We were there to check out what they offered and man we...
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The 2014 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix    I couldn't believe my ears when I heard that the 2014 Singapore Formula One Grand Prix was in its 7th installment - the Singapore F1 Grand Prix will be a 10 year old event when the contract expires in 2017! Somehow the annual event never runs out of steam, with the pulsating and adrenalin-filled event being a mainstay of our calendars.  Kudos must be given to the race promoter Singapore GP Pte Ltd for coming up with fresh events like the three new performance stages, an additional support race (the Masters Historic Formula One Race),...
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About SYNC Korean Fusion Bistro   Tucked away in an obscure corner at Westgate, SYNC Korean Fusion Bistro is a family-friendly restaurant that offers Korean fare with a slight twist to suit the Western palate. Walking in, I was taken by the fairy light decorations which turned the sheltered alfresco dining area into a romantic sanctuary by night. The contemporary interior also made the place warm and inviting. Powered by Samsung, SYNC incorporates the tech giant’s latest gadgets into their decor, from large LCD TV screens and cameras to phones and tablets for kids, making sure to keep everyone entertained. The...
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About Tim Ho Wan   18 months ago, Singapore was hit with dim sum fever as Michelin-Starred restaurant Tim Ho Wan opened its first outlet at Plaza Singapura. I remember the madness of hundreds of people jumping on this dim sum bandwagon, congregating from all over Singapore to form 3 hour queues. I for one, was guilty. 18 months on, the queues at Tim Ho Wan have subsided. However, much of this can be attributed to the fact that Tim Ho Wan has now opened the doors to its FIFTH outlet, with the latest one being in Lavender Aperia. Located centrally...
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Gin & Tonic - The Classic Cocktail   Gin & Tonic is the global cocktail, enjoyed around the world by all at bars, nightclubs, and even at home over simple drinks with friends. This sweet and refreshing classic cocktail is most commonly served and indulged during the warmer months because of its historical connection with warm climates. Gin & Tonic was first concocted in the early 19th century, when British soldiers in India decided to mix a fifth of gin with lime, water, sugar and quinine. Quinine was a tonic that was used to prevent malaria back in the day and...
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