Here’s A Look At The New Downtown Line Stations, To Satisfy The Kaypoh In...

7 teasers of LTA's chio-est Christmas gift to us ever You've probably heard the news about the Downtown Line 2's early grand entrance in December this year. That alone pushed me to scribble this onto my To-Do list: wish Lui Tuck Yew 'Merry Christmas, I'm having a Speedy New Year' on his Facebook wall. Then...

10 Hidden Facts About Singapore Botanic Gardens You Never Knew About

Singapore receives perfect Jubilee gift Singapore Botanic Gardens was confirmed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 4 July at the 39th meeting of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. Singapore's Botanical Gardens is the third Botanic Gardens to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, after Kew Gardens in England and the Padua...

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Yan Kay Kay [SM Spotlight 02]

SM Spotlight is a MustShareNews series where we put the spotlight on popular Singaporean social media celebrities. She's more than just a pretty face Does the name Yan Kay Kay ring a bell? Maybe you remember her as blogger queen Xiaxue's ex-BFF who was embroiled in the Xiaxue vs. Gushcloud saga. Or...

15 Best Father’s Day Facebook Messages From Our Members Of Parliament

Father's Day Has A Different Meaning To Each Of Us A father figure often has a huge role in providing for us and shaping our lives. Like many of us, our Members of Parliament (MPs) look up to their respective father figures for provision, assistance, and wisdom. On Father’s Day, we give recognition...

12 Games We All Used To Secretly Play In The Computer Lab As Kids

Admit it, you played these games while the teacher's back was turned In primary school, trips to the computer laboratory were always anticipated because that meant a chance to play games! I mean, that's all kids could think about when it came to using the computer anyway, even though teachers...

18-Year-Old Singaporean Silat Exponent Wins Gold, Sheds Tears On Podium

The Hero Who Cried Source On 14 June, upon stepping up on the podium as the Champion of the Pencak Silat Class F, Muhammad Nur Alfian Juma'en broke into tears after being overwhelmed by his feelings. Now known as the Hero who cried, we explain why Nur Alfian's tears and victory matters...

Sabah Earthquake: The Good, The Facts, And The Ugly

The day the mountain shook With search and rescue operations in Mt Kinabalu winding down, we bring you the good, the facts, and the ugly of the Sabah Earthquake. The Good When the earth and mountain shook, the first rescuers, according to Australian tourist Vee Jin Dumlao, were the mountain guides. Fearing possible...

14 Greatest McDonald’s Toys That Made Every 90’s Kid Love Their Childhood

When Happy Meal meant a happy belly and a happy child All Singaporeans love that F word – Free. When a toy comes free with a happy meal, all the better – talk about killing two birds with one stone. Remember how many burgers you stuffed yourself just to complete that Hello...

Zentai Is A Super Weird Thing Where People Wear Full Body Spandex And It’s...

The body suits aren't the only things you'll be checking out.... *wink* What an average Singaporean will tweet about Zentai: WTF ROFLMAO I thought Australia's Snuff Puppets were weird enough ?! ! ?! ! What an average Singaporean really thinks about Zentai: Y dey not naked Source So, what exactly is Zentai? I can't think...

“Singapura: The Musical” Is So Bad, Even Mainstream Media Cringes

High expectations were set, but Singapore-themed musical fails to deliver We first talked about the Filipino-helmed, Filipino-produced, and largely Filipino-starring musical, Singapura, all the way back in January. The musical focuses on the lives of ordinary Singaporeans during the years 1955-1965. "The story of the musical must be about the nameless and faceless heroes...

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