Steer Clear from These Thrift Buys to Avoid Clutter at Home

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Published on: April 7, 2017


Amidst its fabulous and upmarket shopping scene, Singapore is also thriving with thrift shops and flea markets, all filled with interesting items at extremely cheap prices. However, the thrill of finding new things from these stores often don’t last because if you’re not selective of the things you buy, you’ll end up with a box of useless things that will only cause clutter in your house. To ensure your space remains clutter-free, here’s a list of things we strongly recommend that you should avoid when going thrift shopping.

  1. Retro Clothing

Many of us have this I’m-going-to-make-this-work mindset when we see an interesting retro fashion item. Unless you are going to a 70s-themed costume party this Halloween, it would be good idea to just leave it on the rack.

  1. Broken Furniture

Second-hand boutiques are great places for scoring items to up-cycle. However, if you can’t commit a hundred percent to repairing a damaged thrift find, better just skip it. Otherwise, that cabinet with the broken drawers will just become a big clutter in your home.

  1. Broken Decor Pieces

When checking out old vases and frames, sometimes we find something that initially looks stunning that we look past its cracks and damages. If you know how to fix it and you’re absolutely sure you can, go ahead and buy it. If not, buy something else.

  1. Small Kitchen Appliances

You might think you’d do better hunting for waffle maker and toaster at a local thrift shop than spending hundreds of bucks at a retail store. Sure, you can find such appliances for SS10 or less, but you run the risk of purchasing outdated appliances that may not work with your household. This does not only add clutter, but also is a waste of your money.

  1. Used Jewelleries

Thrift shops are excellent places for finding marked-down jewelleries. However, if you are not knowledgeable about recognizing genuine stones and metals, you can easily be deceived into buying fake items.

  1. Extremely Damaged Books

If you love to read, by all means help yourself to the piles of books at the stores, but be sure not to pick ones with cheap covers or damaged binding. Surely, after reading the book you’d want to display it, and it wouldn’t be worth displaying if it’s falling apart.

Shopping in Singapore has gotten more expensive over the years, which is the very reason why thrift shops sprung up like mushrooms. If you just know what to buy and not to buy, you will certainly find incredible second hand steals that are actually useful.

12 Health Benefits of Aloe Vera Gel

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Published on: March 22, 2017

Aloe vera, a type of succulent plant, has been used for a myriad of purposes since ancient times. Called “the plant of mortality”, almost all part of this plant contains a myriad of nutritional elements that can be used to treat both internal and external health problems.

Aloe leaves produce a clear gel that, when extracted from the plant, can be applied topically to heal wounds or can be drank to soothe internal problems. It is also said to be an effective product to treat minor skin infections, burns, diabetes, cysts, elevated blood lipids, and some more serious conditions like genital herpes, eczema, psoriasis, skin ulcers, and canker sores.
If you yourself want to try the amazing effects of this wonder plant, here are 10 more benefits of using aloe vera gel.

1. It moisturizes the skin. Aloe vera Singapore can serve as a moisturizer without leaving a greasy feel to the skin, making it a perfect facial moisturizing product for people with oily skin type. For women, aloe’s gel is a great primer before putting on make-up to keep the skin hydrated throughout the day. For men, the gel can be used as an aftershave balm as its healing properties can treat small cuts caused by shaving.

2. It treats acne. For treating acne, aloe vera contains two hormones: Gibberellins and Auxin. These hormones have anti-inflammatory properties that soothe wounds and minor infections caused by acne. Gibberellin, in particular, is a growth hormone that stimulates the regeneration of cells and, as a result, heals inflammation quickly with minimal scarring.

3. It’s a great ‘adaptogen’. Aloe vera has great adaptogen properties. An adaptogen is something that boosts the body’s ability to adapt to resist illnesses and adapt to external changes. It is believed that the plant’s adaptogen properties balance the body’s system, strengthening the adaptive and defence mechanisms of the body. This increases your body’s natural ability to cope with stress, whether emotionally, mentally, physically or environmentally.

4. It fights aging. As we age, our skin ages with us. We begin to see fine lines on our faces and lose the elasticity of our skin. Therefore, consuming good aloe vera from Singapore is abundant in antioxidants, including vitamins C, E and beta carotene, that help improve the skin’s natural firmness and hydration.

5. It soothes periodontal disease. Researchers said that aloe vera gel is extremely helpful in the treatment of gum diseases, like periodontitis and gingivitis. It reduces inflammation, swelling, and bleeding of the gums. It’s powerful antiseptic and antifungal properties greatly helps in keeping the teeth and gums free from harmful bacteria that can cause serious dental problems like apthous ulcers and denture stomatitis, as well as cracked corners of the mouth.

6. It treats sunburn. Perhaps, this is the most popular use of aloe vera. Its powerful healing activity helps soothe burns at the epithelial layer of the skin, a layer of cells that covers the body. Applying aloe gel on the skin will serve as the skin’s protective layer while replenishing the lost moisture. Because of the plant’s nutritional and antioxidant properties, burns in the topmost layer of the skin heal much faster.

7. It blurs out stretch marks. The skin is a big piece of elastic that expands and contracts to accommodate growth. However, if the skin is stretched our too much (due to pregnancy or rapid weight loss or gain), the natural elasticity of the skin may perish, resulting to the appearance of stretch marks. These unsightly marks appear because of the minor tears in the skin layers caused by excessive stretching. Aloe gel can help blur out stretch marks by healing wounds in the skin.

8. It aids digestion. Aloe vera doesn’t only offer external benefits, but internal benefits as well. The plant extract is said to alleviate ulcers and boost digestion. Some people in Singapore even consider it a natural laxative. To test such claims, steep a couple of cuts of the plant’s leaves in water or chew small pieces of fresh leaf.

9. It regulates weight and energy levels. As mentioned, regular use of aloe vera extract boosts the body’s digestion, keeping the body in its optimum performance. And because of this, your energy level increases and maintaining a healthy body weight is much easier.

10. It provides essential nutrients. Eight amino acids (lysine, phenylalanine, isoleucine, methionine, threonine, valine, threonine, and tryptophan) that are essential and cannot be naturally produced by the body are found in the plant. Taking aloe vera gel regularly helps maintain a healthier body by naturally providing your system with these essential amino acids.

11. It alkalizes the body. Disease-causing bacteria and viruses cannot survive in an alkaline environment. However, most people in Singapore are consuming more acidic food. To keep the body alkalized, remember the 80/20 rule—80 percent alkaline foods, 20 percent acidic foods. This plant is a great source to alkalize the body, helping to balance acidic dietary habits.

12. It helps in detoxification. Aloe vera gel is a gelatinous substance, just like chia seeds and seaweeds. The main health benefit of consuming these gelatinous foods is that the gels move smoothly through the intestine, collecting toxins along the way, and get eliminated through the colon. By consuming aloe gel, you’re helping your body in the proper elimination of waste and in the detoxification of your body.

Aloe vera is incredibly medicinal, yet moderate usage is still highly advisable. Just because a little amount is beneficial, doesn’t mean that a lot is better. If you want to reap these health benefits, stick to a maximum of four ounces a day.

6 Cleaning Weapons to Get Your Home Guest-Ready

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Published on: March 17, 2017


We try our best to keep our homes clean, especially during this time of the year when family and friends are bound to visit your home to celebrate the holidays. Cleaning should be made easier, but do you have the right products and tools? Here’s a round-up of the basic cleaning agents and tools to help keep your home squeaky clean and ready for the season.

  1. All-Purpose Cleaner

Find an all-purpose cleaner that isn’t just powerful, but non-toxic as well so you won’t have to rinse it afterwards—just wipe it dry, saving you a lot of time when cleaning. Natural ingredients like coco oil and corn oil boost the grease-busting properties of the product while keeping it toxic-free. Use them to wipe clean the countertops and the dining table.

  1. Cleaning Brush

Soft sponges and rags just won’t cut it. For more intensive cleaning or hard-to-remove stains and grime, you need stiff brush to have it done.  Brush with handle would be ideal to keep your hands off the grime.

  1. Scourers

A scourer pad has so many uses: it scrubs away grime, removes encrustations from pans and helps remove dirt and mould build-up in between tiles. Purchase a pack of these scrubbers as they get worn out quite easily.

  1. Bleach

Every professional cleaner swears by plain old bleach. Other than keeping your laundry crisp white, bleach is an effective cleaning agent for removing mildew and moulds on tiles, cleaning plastic chopping boards and other cooking tools and disinfecting trash cans.

  1. Hard Surface Cleaner

This particular type of cleaner has many different uses: it can be used to deep-clean stone surfaces and ceramics and polish stainless steel tools, fixtures and metal cookware. It also easily removes hard water stains on sinks, shower doors and bathroom walls.

  1. Air Freshener

When you’re done deep-cleaning your house, spritz all the rooms with an air freshener in your choice of scent. A disinfectant-deodorizer air spray is a better option as well. You can find a myriad of different scents in the supermarket, but we suggest getting a fresh, clean scent, like ocean breeze or light floral scents.

Cleaning your home and making sure it always looks presentable is a tedious task. However, if you have the right cleaning tools and products, cleaning could be done much faster, allowing more time to spend with the family and your guests.

5 Classic Kid Snacks that Aren’t as Healthy as You Think They Are

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Published on: March 13, 2017


Certain foods have become staples for kids—apple juice, PB & J sandwich, pretzels and many more. They seem like healthy food choices because they are not chips and candies, but are they really nutritious for your growing toddlers? Don’t be fooled! The reality is, these kid classics are not as nourishing as you think they are.

  1. PB & J

This classic favourite is perfect for your kid’s lunchboxes and last-minute meals, but traditional PB & J version on white bread isn’t really nutritionally appealing. Commercial peanut butters are loaded with artery-clogging oils and artificial sweeteners. And spreading it over grape jam adds extra helping of unhealthy sugar. It’s easy to make a healthier alternative, though, by using whole grain or wheat bread, natural peanut butter and thin slices of apples and bananas.

  1. Apple Puree

What could be more wholesome that pureed fruit, right? Think again. Many commercial apple purees today are sweetened with artificial sweeteners and may even be tinted with food colouring. While there are still many nutritious ones out there, you need to know what to look for. When shopping around, look for words ‘unsweetened’ and ‘natural’ on the label. These purees contain no added sugars and artificial flavourings and colouring. Organic versions, which are made from fruits grown in chemical- and pesticide-free farms, are also available in many Singapore supermarkets.

  1. Granola Bars

Granola is healthy, so a granola bar must be a great snack for kids, too. But read the packages of some brands, and you’ll see peanut butter, chocolate chips and caramel on them. They unfortunate truth is that granola bars today are almost as unhealthy as candy bars. Most granola bars are loaded with sweeteners and hydrogenated oils and are very low in protein and fibre in them. Instead of buying granola bars, create a trail mix with dried fruits, whole grain cereals, dark chocolate bits and nuts.

  1. Graham Crackers

These crackers are regulalry served at many playschool and preschools, but they are actually more like cookies instead of crackers. They are usually made with refined flour and artificial sweeteners. Each sheet of graham contains a teaspoon of added sugar. Although some brands are fortified with calcium, it would still be smarter to get this mineral from milk and yogurt.

Your kid’s muscles, bones and immune system are still developing; therefore they need enough nutrients to ensure healthy growth and development. So instead of serving them these snacks, look for a better and healthier alternative for these classic—and unhealthy—snacks.

4 Important Qualities of a Property Manager

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Published on: March 1, 2017

The industry of property management is about managing a client’s assets when the owner doesn’t want or can’t afford to personally do the tasks of managing his properties. The property manager is the person responsible for handling a client’s property (or properties), and can work either under a property management company or directly under an owner of properties. In hiring a property manager, it is important to look for someone that possesses good qualifications for smooth handling of assets. Here are the important qualities that you have to look for in the search for a good property manager.

1. Should be knowledgeable of the current state laws and ordinances

Managers from property management in Singapore have to operate according to the laws and ordinances of the country. The government of Singapore will be the one to dictate how real estate will be handled, from securing a license to the use of such businesses. Furthermore, the manager needs to know the many legal requirements of handling properties, such as proper removal of trash to where and how security deposits should be kept. If one of the legal laws is forgotten or mistakes have been made, it could cause property closure, damage the property management’s reputation, or even suspension of the real estate’s license.

2. Should be trustworthy and highly ethical

When you seek a property management company in Singapore, ensure that he works under an honor code since they’re handling other people’s money and properties. By collecting security deposits, rental payments, and making other transactions that involves client’s money and assets, the manager carries the name of the property management company and the property owner in negotiating with prospective clients. The property manager must and is required to work with integrity. The good judgment and wisdom of a property manager should be included in the equation as well.

3. Must have excellent communication skills

When looking for a property manager, do not forget to notice his communication skills. Since part of the manager’s task is to negotiate with people, you need one that can convey thoughts, rules, and instructions effectively and clearly. Also, aside from the oral communication skills, you need one that can do records and written communication. They should be able to keep financial records organize and all rent transactions well-detailed. Lease renewals and expirations, rent invoices and rent increase letters must be received and sent on time. A skillful manager can multi-task – keeps all files updated and organized, and accommodates tenant’s concerns, such as property repairs and problems.

4. Must be comfortable working with all kinds of people

Since tenants pay regularly for their places, they also expect, in return, that the place would be free of hassle. If the property has several problems, like overflowing toilet, faulty smoke detectors, faucets with no water, tenants will surely call the property manager to have these problems fixed. Therefore, it’s very important that the manager is comfortable dealing with all types of people. They should have the ability to serve the occupants with dignity. If you get easily annoyed when being interrupted by people with problems that need to be solved, this work may not be the right one for you.

Does Your Wedding Need a Sound System?

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Published on: February 21, 2017

If you’re reading this, it’s probably that your wedding plans are almost done. The venue, catering, photos and videos may have been all set, and you’re wondering what else you need for your wedding. What probably is not included on your list is the lights and sounds. Well, guess what, you are missing out the part that will make your wedding extra special and that will leave a lasting impression to your guests.

Is sound system for you?

Before going out and start looking for a sound system rental in Singapore, figure out first whether getting one is suitable for your wedding. Here are four important points to help you figure out whether a PA system rental makes sense.

• Outdoor Location
If you’re ceremony or reception—or both—will be held outdoors, you definitely need good AV equipment. This is the best way for your guests to clearly hear you and cancel out sound distractions to keep everyone’s attention on you.

• 100 or More Guests
If your wedding is going to be a big affair, with no less than a hundred guests, then you will need the help of AV equipment rental. You want to keep everyone in the mix by providing audio-visuals that can clearly be seen and heard by everyone.

• Long Aisle
If the church (or any wedding location) has very long aisle, some of your guests will have to seat far at the back—but of course, you still want them to clearly hear what’s happening at the front with an AV equipment rental in Singapore for them. Even if you’re planning to ask the readers and everyone who will speak to maximize their voice, many of your guests will still not be able to hear.

• Mood
When it comes to the wedding reception, a lively and celebratory mood makes the whole experience memorable. After all, this is one of life’s triumphant moments, so why not go all out and up the mood with music. Whether you want to play jazz or pop or any other genre of music, you need excellent sound system to ensure quality of sounds.

What consists a good sound system?

• Wireless Microphones

A good sound system should have enough microphones for the event. The officiant, the bride and the groom and the family and friends who will be giving their speeches are the people who will need them. Your AV equipment rental company should provide at least two clip-on lapels and one handheld microphone, which may come with a stand.

• Speakers and a Mixer

The mixer is the core of the sound system; it is where the sounds and music played over the speakers are created and controlled. Although they come together, they don’t have to be installed next to each other. The speakers can be strategically placed in areas where sound is needed, while the mixer can be in a hidden area where there’s less traffic.

• Sound Technician

Some sound system rental companies in Singapore can lend you a system and let you fend for yourself, while others provide a sound system with professional sound technician. The best way to go, of course, is to find an AV equipment rental with sound technician, especially if your wedding is outdoors. A strong wind can easily make the things noisy, and every person will need the microphone set at different volume levels. Let a pro take care of your sound and music needs, who is not also juggling other responsibilities.

What to Consider For Wedding Reception Sound System?

• Sound System Size

Make sure to have enough power and speaker size for your entire party. When meeting with your rental company, mention the type of venue you will be using and the number of guests you’re expecting to come. These professionals can do the estimate of the size of sound system you will need for your wedding reception.

• Speaker Placement

The arrangement of the speakers depends on the intended use of the system. For a traditional wedding reception with dancing later in the night, the speakers will be placed somewhere near the dance floor for maximum volume for the music. If it’s just background music you need, the speakers will be spread out to ensure even sound coverage throughout your wedding. Most of the time, two speakers will suffice, but you can always ask your PA system rental company if you think you need more.

• Practice Makes Perfect

The wedding rehearsal exists for a reason. We can’t recommend enough to have your AV equipment rehearsed. This allows you—or the person in charge—to get acquainted with the system and also check for any damaged or non-working components. It would be helpful to have your sound system set-up earlier to give you some time for practice.

• Wireless Interference

Wireless microphones are more practical than the wired ones. If you’re experiencing odd noises or unstable performance, the cause is typically interference from other digital devices. Some mobile phones interact with AV equipment, so make sure that the system in-charge does not have his cellphone with him or ask him to turn his phone off.

A sound system may be the lamest part of wedding planning, but trust us, not having one would be the biggest regret of your life. Aside from not being heard clearly by your guests, a poor sound quality will show up on your wedding video, which you’d surely don’t want to happen.

Tips for Hesitant Art Beginners

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Published on: February 18, 2017


Not everyone has the time and resources to enroll at an art class. There are a lot of artists all over the world who did not have formal training. You can also find a lot of resources online like art exercises and tutorials.

If you’re hesitant or feel you’re not doing enough to improve, here are things you need to keep in mind.

  1. Invest in cheap but quality materials. You don’t need to spend a fortune to get the best results. Even if you can afford the most expensive art materials, it all comes down to effort and practice. The basic art materials you need for drawing are graphite pencils, drawing paper or pad, eraser and sharpener, color pencils, and oil pastels. If you plan to start painting, you will need quality water color paper, water color, flat and round paint brushes, and a palette.


  1. Start with the basics. Don’t get ahead of yourself. If you haven’t practiced before, it’s better to start with the simplest you can do. Draw subjects that you’re interested in. If it’s too complicated, you can save it for later when you’re more confident with your skills. Find a subject you’re interested in and don’t force yourself to draw something you don’t really want to try.


  1. Don’t be afraid to fail. Never be afraid to make mistakes. You can’t be good the first time. If you haven’t achieved your goal, keep trying until you’re better at it. Remember why you wanted to start drawing and painting in the first place. If you can’t have fun in what you’re doing then you have already failed.

  1. Don’t get intimidated. Not everyone is born to become famous artists. It is both a talent and a skill. There will always be people who are better than you, just like there are people who excel in other activities like sports, academics and performing arts. That should not stop you from doing what you love. You’re not out there to compete unless of course you join a competition.


  1. Love what you do. If you feel like you’re not making any progress, remind yourself why you’re doing it in the first place. You’re practicing to become better for yourself, not for other people. If you love what you’re doing, then the act alone should make you happy. Draw because it makes you feel relaxed. Paint because it makes you happy.


  1. Practice is the key. Leonardo da Vinci didn’t get to be the where he is because he already knew how to do it when he was a baby. He studied and researched. He started as a student just like yourself. Famous artists were not born masters, they were all newbies like you once. The only way to improve is to keep doing it.

Habits That Damage Your Teeth

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Published on: February 15, 2017

Besides not brushing and flossing everyday, there are activities that can damage your teeth. Instead of listing down how to take care of your teeth, here is a checklist of activities that will surely damage them.

  1. Too Much Bleaching

It’s understandable that you want your teeth to look pearly white, but excessive bleaching without proper advice from the dentist can result to tooth sensitivity. Also remember that whenever you brush your teeth, use soft-bristled toothbrush and replace it every four months.

  1. Using Teeth for Other Things

Don’t use your teeth to open packs and bottles. It can cause chips and cracks. Your teeth is for chewing, but don’t chew objects that aren’t food like your pen when you’re studying or your nails when you’re nervous.

  1. Nail Biting and Thumb-sucking

Biting your nails can damage your teeth and may even break it. Your hands might also be dirty. Kids should not suck their fingers. This will cause changes in the structure of the jaw or teeth. Grinding your teeth should also be avoided. However, some people grind their teeth when they sleep, so it’s advisable to use a mouth guard.

  1. Brushing Too Often

Don’t brush your teeth right away after consuming acidic food and drinks. It can erode the enamel which is a protective layer that covers each tooth. Ideally, you should brush your teeth twice a day.

  1. Tongue, Cheek and Lip Piercings

The metal might chip or crack your teeth and damage your gums. You will also feel a tinge every time the metal makes contact with hot or cold food or drink. If you have one, make sure to clean your piercings every day. Braces and dentures should also be cleaned every day.

  1. Too Much Sugary Food

Eating too much sweets can cause tooth decay. You don’t have to stop eating your favorite dessert, but eat a healthy diet overall. Eat more food that have lower starch and sugar content.

  1. Soda, Citrus Juices and Other Drinks

Drink in moderation. This includes not just soda, citrus juices but also sports drinks, fruit juices, coffee, and wine. Too much sugar and acid can damage your teeth. Coffee and wine can stain your teeth as well. Don’t chew the ice in your drinks because they can crack your teeth.

  1. Too Much Eating

During meals, more saliva is produced. The acids that stick to your teeth are washed away by the saliva. So instead of several snacks within a day, stick to three proper full meals.

  1. Smoking

Smoking can stain teeth and cause bad breath. It will even cause teeth to fall out especially when you develop gum disease. Don’t forget the risk of getting cancer and other health problems as well.

  1. Not Using a Mouth Guard

There is a risk of injury whenever you play sports so it’s advisable to wear a mouth guard. You can ask your dentist if you want a mouth guard that fits you perfectly.

Apartment Essentials for First-Time Movers

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Published on: December 18, 2016


You’ve just earned your college degree and are ready to head out on your own. Finding a place to be your new home will be exciting, stressful, confusing, difficult and rewarding all at the same time.

But of course, like most things in life, you can avoid unnecessary confusion and minimize stress by preparing in advance. Doing some research before deciding to move out will save tons of heartache—and cash—in the future.

The Right Place

Before going on your own, you have to find the right place for you. This first step can be tough. Not just because you’ll likely have to wade through several dozens of options, but also because there’s some pressure involved. After all, you will be living in this place for at least the next six months of your life, right?

Is the place affordable? Is it in an ideal neighbourhood? Does it provide the convenience you need, like near your workplace, a hospital, a mall or a police station? And most importantly, do you like it? Finding the right apartment is the most important part of moving out. It’ a major investment, so it should be considered a top priority.

Home Essentials

If you lived in a dorm during college, you probably have an idea about home essentials. Let’s say you already have the toiletries and home cleaners (if not, buy them first). The next thing to do is to fill your cupboard with kitchen essentials, such as salt, pepper, butter, flour and various spices. After all, you’re a college graduate now; it’s time to ditch the instant noodles and pre-packed food.

Then, invest on quality cookware and dinnerware, which includes pots and pans, plates and cups, spoon and fork and other miscellaneous items.

Lastly, after securing the aforementioned essentials, it’s time to shop around for furniture. This includes couches, desks, side tables, dining chairs, a dining table, a bed, coffee tables… you name it. To make it cost-efficient, research their prices and look for places where you can get quality items for less.

Explore Your New Neighbourhood

Once you have everything in place, it’s time to make yourself feel at home. Explore the neighbourhood for restaurants, coffee shops and local grocery. Roam around to see if there are any cool places to watch movies or hang out with friends.

And don’t be afraid to ask around. Knock on doors and introduce yourself. Part of moving to a new apartment is actually embracing it and living in it. This means not only filling your space with furnishings, but becoming part of the neighbourhood as well.

Moving to a new place is no easy feat, physically and mentally. But the sooner you start planning and by keeping these important points in mind, the easier it is to find the right home and neighbourhood for you.

6 Reasons to Fall in Love With Singapore

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Published on: December 13, 2016


Singapore is said to be the Southeast Asian version of New York City. It may be small on the map, but much like New York, this little city has an entire world to offer. And even if people described the city-state as a playground for the rich, the Little Red Dot can still be as awe-inspiring even if you put all the luxurious and extraordinary experiences aside.

There are a lot of reasons to fall in love with Singapore, and we bet you’d be just as impressed as most globetrotters are. Here are six of our favourite reasons why we truly love and adore the City of Lion.

  1. It has the best airport in the world

Singapore’s Changi International Airport is consistently voted as the world’s best airport by both consumer and industry polls. When you get a glimpse of the airport’s movie theatre, swimming pool, beauty centers and even nature trails, you’ll be begging to have your flight delayed in Singapore.

  1. The weather is predictable

The weather is pretty decisive here. When it rains, it pours (literally!), and when it shines, it really is blaring hot. Either way, it’s almost always warm, so it’s easier to get dressed. Just make sure to bring an umbrella with you to protect you from extreme weather condition.

  1. There’s always something anytime, anywhere

The city is still alive even after sundown. People are still busy and shops are still open for business. When you forgot to buy bae an anniversary gift or you desperately need an outfit for an event in the morning, the long retail hours are your lifesaver.

  1. The city is immaculately clean

Litter on the ground or garbage along sidewalks are practically non-existent that you’d wonder where they would throw their garbage. Everything, from public transportations to the city streets to the benches on the sidewalk, are unbelievably clean.

  1. It’s one of the safest, if not the safest city of the world

When you visit Singapore, you’ll be confident to explore the city even in the wee hours of the day without the fear of getting robbed. This speaks volumes about how safe Singapore is and how disciplined the people are.

  1. It’s a multi-cultural city

Not many countries can claim that they’re a multi-cultural land, which makes the Little Red Dot even more special. In Singapore, people celebrate Chinese New Year, Deepavali, Hari Raya Haji and Christmas; people eat nasi lemak, Indian curry, chicken rice, pasta and bread and burger and fries. It’s like living in a big, happy family when you’re in Singapore.

Whether you’re visiting Singapore for business or just for vacation, there’s so much to enjoy in this little city-state. See Singapore for yourself, and discover more reasons to love the City of Lion.

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