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5 of the Oldest Restaurants in Singapore (That Are Still Open)

There are hundreds of restaurants and cafes in Singapore that serve all sorts of food from all sorts of cuisines and cultures. With the many glitzy and new restaurants that open every day, you may be wondering what the older restaurants in Singapore are like. It’s an important part of Singapore’s heritage, after all.  Here’s …

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7 Hidden Gems in Singapore to Visit

In a previous article, I suggested some things to do when the pandemic ends. In it, visiting some hidden gems in Singapore was one of them. Some suggestions there were Bollywood Veggies, and Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafè. Here are some other hidden gems you can visit after the pandemic, or even right now! 1. …

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Getting Started With Urban Farming

Is your home a little plain? Not lively enough? Or maybe just too drab and boring? Well, maybe it’s time for you to get some plants for your home. You can purchase a couple of houseplants to liven up the place, but why stop there? How about doing a little bit of farming, in your …

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7 Nostalgic Places to Visit to Relive Your Childhood

Singapore has changed much since its founding in 1965, going from a third-world country with no natural resources to speak of to a sprawling world-class nation-state. If you’re part of the older generation, you may have witnessed this change yourself. Singapore today is in many ways barely recognisable to the nation it once was.  There …

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8 Easy Hiking Trails for Seniors in Singapore

In our last post, we talked about some steps seniors can take when going on a hike. Before that, we also gave a list of some affordable lightweight backpacks you can use when going on a hike. In the guide we also listed some trails you can take.  There are many hiking trails in Singapore, …

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