As if the heat isn’t defeating us already, here comes a wave of haze that wafts in from Sumatra, Indonesia. The bad news is this hazy weather is projected to stay for the next few days. The 24-hour Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) is showing a steady upward climb toward unhealthy levels. Some areas are almost reaching the 101 reading - a sign of unhealthy air quality.
Since Anello has taken the world by storm with its Japanese-style backpacks, the brand can be spotted almost everywhere in the market, no matter on counterfeit products or original products. Articles that teach consumers to differentiate between fake and authentic Anello bags emerged since then. The most commonly seen Anello backpack is the Kuchigane Rucksack which is made of polyester canvas.
This coming Sunday, May 5 marks the beginning of Ramadan 2019. Our Muslim friends will observe fasting for a month until June 4 which falls on a Tuesday. When the evening falls, the celebration of Hari Raya Aidilfitri will commence, accompanied by a great feast with family and relatives. During this holy month, here’s a list of 3S actions you can take to make the most out of Ramadan in Singapore in 2019!
Preparations for the new lunar year begin weeks in advance and starting the festival on the right foot is always important. Nonetheless, prepping for Chinese New Year is always extensive and time-consuming. So, here’s a simple guide that you can follow so that you don’t miss out anything!
When we think of grocery shopping in Singapore, we usually think of running to the nearest FairPrice or Cold Storage outlet. Since young, most of us have been exposed to grocery shopping at supermarkets or convenience stores nearest to us. This comes as no surprise as supermarkets have been around for more than 100 years! But the times are changing. With the advent of e-commerce, more and more Singaporeans are turning to online alternatives for their grocery shopping.
Taiwan is one of South East Asia’s best holiday destination with so much to explore! From hot springs to mountains to even secret valleys, the possibilities are endless! If you’re tired of the usual skyscrapers and the hustle and bustle of the crowded city, why not explore the scenic side of Taiwan? Take the off-beaten track and visit these underrated spots that is worth a trip down for your complete Taiwan holiday!
For many Singaporean techies, Black Friday sales is an event that you should look forward to. This event first started in the United States and the day after Thanksgiving. People would line up at shops to get the best deals with as much as 90% off on the price. While not exactly declared as a holiday, Black Friday sale signals the beginning of the long Christmas shopping season.
If you love to shop online, then good news is coming your way! One of the biggest online shopping events is just a few days away and everyone's so excited! The 11.11 Singles Day Sale is just around the corner and everyone's cramming up for the hottest deals and discounts online. From fashion, beauty, electronics, gadgets, and everything in between, you can get as much as 50 to 70% off from the biggest online stores in Singapore! Here are some of the biggest sales and coupons that you should catch before the sale season ends!
Anybody who's into music would know that Eric Clapton is a legend on the guitar. With Grammy-award winning songs like Tears in Heaven and Change the World, Clapton is someone that you should know about regardless of what genre you listen to. With him being such a well-known musician and a legend, you can only expect his guitars to sell for hundreds of thousands, even millions and this Stratocaster is no exception.
When going on a trip to Singapore, the main thing you’ll be doing is definitely to taste their local food and delicacies. However, you should also think outside the box and try other Singaporean classic foods that you won’t find anywhere else. Take a look at these five weird and unique dishes from Singapore that will take your food trip to a whole another level.
The Japanese dollar store has it all; health and beauty items, Japanese snacks, and other miscellaneous trinkets. Daiso Singapore is also known for its variety of travel essentials. Since travelling, by plane specifically, can sometimes be quite the hassle, these items below from Daiso Singapore are guaranteed to be FAA-approved. Better yet, they all cost SG$2 or less!