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Their stylish city 'fits featured plenty of bright colors!
With the pandemic more or less managed, health restrictions all over the world have slowly eased up. In recent news, Singapore has lifted travel bans and now welcomes back Filipino travelers. Of course, expect local influencers flying out to enjoy some R&R.
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Singapore has reopened to Filipino tourists for the first time in two years, a welcome development for those looking to take a break from quarantines via revenge travel.The Southeast Asian country is often the first foreign country Filipinos fly to thanks to
Harry Potter-themed airport displays, a newly awarded Michelin star restaurant, and the only rooftop bar in the world that serves its own tea-infused spirits.
Despite its small size, Singapore makes good on being a dynamic Asian city overflowing with unique business concepts that appeal to the global traveler. Here, new and obscure establishments and activities that may entice you to make that three-hour flight from Manila.Newly
Because it is possible, even if you don't have a crazy rich bank account!
Almost everyone we know has already watched the hit movie Crazy Rich Asians and seen the crazy rich interiors of the sets. You’ve probably also spotted a lot of famous Singaporean locations where the cast was filmed gallivanting in opulent style.That said, you
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From stalls to in-store counters, there's a place you can hide away in for that much-needed java buzz in between hours of shopping in the Lion City.1. PS Cafe at Ann Siang HillIMAGE Macy AlcarazThere are lots of branches but this quaint
If the term "millennial pink" makes you cringe (same) but you still can't stop loving that barely-there blush hue everyone's crazy about, you are going to adore this posh Singaporean spot! Welcome to Odette Restaurant, run by Chef Julien Royer—who, btw, has
The Kevin Kwan-approved guide to The Island.
Believe it or not, fashion girls enjoy reading things other than magazines too. Back in the early 2000s, fashionistas couldn’t be seen without a copy of Gossip Girl in their hands. It wasn’t just a novel, it was a phenomenon. It was
A millinery, a pop-up... These homegrown labels make us wanna book a flight, stat.
Image of Keepers courtesy of Shady RepublicFrom the busy Orchard Road sidewalks to the hipsterville vibe of the shophouses at Haji Lane, Singapore is home to local fashion and lifestyle labels that are so good, you wish you knew of them sooner. Among
Because shopping is an experience to savor.
In the recent years, the Singapore shopping scene has started gaining attention around the globe. It has become an iconic shopping destination with its extensive range of malls, international brands, as well as home-grown shops. Its worldwide appeal also comes from the