Yishun Hindu Temple Visited By Covid-19 Cases On 31 Jul, Close Contacts Notified

Covid-19 Case Visited Holy Tree Sri Balasubramaniar Temple In Yishun

The Ministry of Health (MOH) added 1 new location to its list of places visited by infected Covid-19 cases on Tuesday (4 Aug).

You can check the full list here.

Notably, an infected Covid-19 case visited a Hindu temple located in Yishun for 2 hours on 31 Jul.

Currently, places of worship allow up to 50 gatherers, with safe distancing measures applied.

Yishun Hindu temple visited by Covid-19 case

The Holy Tree Sri Balasubramaniar Temple is the most recent and only one added by MOH on 4 Aug.


The case was at the temple on Friday (31 Jul) between 7-9pm.

It is not known as to how many were gathered at the temple at the time.


However, MOH will have identified close contacts of the patient and either isolated or done contact tracing.

No need to avoid locations

The number of community cases have been declining recently, and most cases detected are asymptomatic.

This may partly explain the relative lack of places in the list in the past 2 weeks.

But those who happened to be in the locations on the list should monitor their health for 14 days from the date of visitation.

Those who show symptoms of acute respiratory infection should see a doctor and tell them about your location history.

MOH reiterates that there’s no need to avoid any of the locations, as they’ll have been cleaned and disinfected by management.

Stay vigilant and remember to check in

Thanks in part to active testing, our contact tracing, and SafeEntry check-ins, authorities are able to catch Covid-19 cases.

That and the fact that most of us are being vigilant.

With your help, hopefully we can see better days soon.

Featured image adapted from Google Maps.

Hotel Mono – Singapore’s First Black And White Boutique Hotel Opens In Chinatown

Monochrome Madness

Many hotels are famous for their cutting-edge design, but this is the first one we’ve heard of that’s based on just two colours: Black and White.

If you are looking for a trendy place to host your birthday parties or an aesthetic #monochromemonday photo from your staycations, look no further.

The highly anticipated Hotel Mono, Singapore’s first Black and White hotel, is now open in Chinatown.


Both the exterior and the interior of the hotel are completely monochromatic, and provide a much-needed break from the colourful and vibrant colours that are prolific in Chinatown.


Amazing Rooms

They say good things come in small packages, and Hotel Mono proves this axiom to be true. Stretching across 6 shophouses, the hotel comprises just 46 rooms, so book super early if you want to experience this visual masterpiece.

The 46 rooms are split into 6 types, each catering to different groups of travellers.

Let’s take a virtual tour:

Single Rooms


The room may be for one, but it’s still spacious. Perfect for the solo traveller with a soft spot for the minimalist aesthetic.

Twin Rooms

All twin rooms have 2 super single beds.


Even the bathrooms are in monochrome.


Double Rooms/Double Plus

With a queen-sized bed, a double room is perfect for a staycation with your significant other.



Of course, if you need a little more space, and would fancy a view of the bustling streets of Chinatown, you could opt for the Double Plus rooms, which come with big windows.

Studio Rooms

For some of you, the idea of being in a small room is rather irksome. Fret not, the studio rooms are available to save the day. Each one is like a mini-apartment:


With both a king-sized bed and a sofa bed, it’s the perfect place to crash after a party or a night of painting the town red.

Family Room

An avid minimalist but can’t find a babysitter for your kids? Don’t worry, Hotel Mono even boasts a Family room.



While the rooms may differ in styles and size, one thing stays constant: Great amenities.

Each room comes with the now-standard free high-speed Wi-Fi Internet access, powerful air-conditioning, an attached bathroom and daily housekeeping. Refreshments such as coffee and tea are provided too.

Wanna have a movie marathon? Rooms are stocked with flat-screen TVs with cable service.

And for your beauty sleep, Hotel Mono provides each rooms the luxury of a pocketed spring bed with micro-gel fibre pillows.

It doesn’t get any better than this.

Location, Location, Location

When opening any hotel, accessibility is the most important thing.

The people behind Hotel Mono must have understood this completely, and they have chosen a location right smack in the middle of Chinatown.

The hotel is a stone’s throw away from all the attractions Chinatown has to offer, and is also mere minute away from Chinatown MRT.


Although the hotel may not offer gourmet breakfasts, the location it seem as though you are virtually surrounded by food. With the plethora of food that you can find in Chinatown, it’s almost impossible that your tummy will be unsatisfied.



Nothing gets Singaporeans more excited that a promotion. This is no different.

Hotel Mono is offering an early bird promotion, with rooms going for 20% less than their normal prices. The promotion ends on June 1, so gather your kakis and book your staycation now!

You can book your rooms via the Hotel Mono website to enjoy the offer.

Don’t say bojio!

Featured image from Hotel Mono

This Hokkaido Ice Village Has Igloo Beds & A Crystal Chapel For Weddings

Hoshino Resorts Tomamu Hosts Pristine Weddings In A Crystal Chapel

Those of us who’ve grown up in tropical climates often dream of winter wonderlands, crystalline snowflakes — especially after Disney’s hit movie Frozen.

While the holiday season has ended, the winter season is far from over. If you’re headed to Japan to see the Sakura trees in Feb, we’ve found a gorgeous ice hotel with rooms entirely made out of sculptured ice just for you!


Ready to sleep like a king or queen of winter? We’ve done some research on your behalf and here’s what’s awaiting you in this luxurious destination.

Ice hotel with outdoor bath

Hoshino Resorts Tomamu boasts of an ice hotel that’s open from 19 Jan to 28 Feb.

The domed-shaped space is entirely built of ice with the walls and ceilings shining like illuminated crystals. Beds consist of expertly cut ice slabs topped with a sleeping bag which can endure extremely cold temperatures.


If you’re not used to the cold, suit up and prepare for temperatures to drop between 14⁰C to 30⁰C below freezing.


A night at any Japanese hotel isn’t complete without a hot bath, and you can get one here too, whilst surrounded by shimmering ice. The winter forest and bright lights make it the perfect place to relax and enjoy the Chinese New Year.


After you’ve indulged in a warm bath, you can sit back and grab your favorite drinks at their after-bath ice lounge. We’re not too sure about the reclined seats because thick blocks of ice aren’t exactly comfy.


We’re sorry to burst your bubble, but luxurious destinations come with a hefty price tag. One night at their ice hotel is 23000¥ or $287.

Ice Village

Don’t have the budget to book a one-night stay in their ice hotel? No worries!

You can drop by their ice village for 500¥ or S$6! If you stay at their other hotels like RISONARE Tomamu or Tomamu The Tower – which are not made of ice – a trip to the village is free of charge.


The ice village is composed of ice rinks, bars and cafes.

Bookworms can lounge in the Ice Books & Café where they can binge on books or read their Kindles whilst relishing the warmth of the fireplace. The fire is contained around a special glass so there’s no need to worry about drops of water landing on the pages.


We’re sure you’ve dreamed about ice castles, but what about ice bars?

Their Ice Bar has more than 50 kinds of hard liquor and cocktail. You can even add an underground water from the “perpetual snow” of Daisetsuzan Mountain – also known as the water for long life.


Parents bringing their kids along for the trip can join an activity called Ice Gao.

Here, children can play ice musical instruments, freezing soap bubbles and sculpt ice glass and keychains.


Of course, no village is complete without a playground, so get on their ice slides and brace yourself for a fun-filled ride from the village’s overlook deck to the ice rink.


Since we grew up in a hot climate, we’re definitely not confident about our ice skating skills. But you’ll definitely be tempted to rent a pair of skates and lace your boots once you’ve seen their ice rinks at night!


Ice chapel

Frozen fans rejoice!

From 19 Jan to 15 Feb, their weddings ceremonies are held in an ice chapel that has a cross, altar, and chairs which are also made of ice. Now all you need is an Elsa-approved dress to make your once-in-a-lifetime walk down the aisle.


Skiis & snowmobiles

For thrill-seekers and adventure lovers, a trip to Japan isn’t over until you’ve skied down slopes and ridden snowmobiles.


You’ll be happy to find that the resort has an easy auto gate system that lets you visit their majestic mountaintops and bask on these scenic views.


Those who don’t ski or snowboard can always opt for their Moonlight Snowmobile Tour. Have fun dashing through the snow whilst looking at the exceptionally beautiful pine trees and the bright full moon.


The ski resort and snowmobiles are only available from December to March.

Booking a trip to this Frozen wonderland?

Now that Hoshino Resorts Tomamu is definitely on your radar, how do you get there?

You can book a flight from Singapore to New Chitose Airport via Scoot, Thai Airlines and Japan Airlines. From there, ride the Sapporo railway station and exit at Tomamu station. A shuttle bus to the resort will be waiting once you arrive. You can check out their website for more details.

If you can’t afford the $287 per night stay in their ice hotel, you can always check out their non-frozen accommodations on their website. The admission fee for their ice village is only
500¥ or $6! Thrill-seekers eager to try winter sports and other activities can check prices here.

There’s many options to choose from no matter your budget – so you can have a magical holiday without breaking the bank.

Address: Nakatomamu, Shimukappu, Yufutsu District, Hokkaido 079-2204, Japan
Check-In & Check-Out: 15:00pm to 11:00am
Website: Hoshino Resorts Tomamu

Featured image from Instagram.

Legendary T2 Changi Airport McDonald’s To Close In Jan 2020 After 16 Years Of Operation

Popular Mugging Spot At Changi Airport T2 McDonald’s Is Closing In Jan 2020

One peculiarity about Singapore is just how accessible the airport is. A simple train or bus ride is enough to get there, and coupled with its wondrous 24-hour restaurants like McDonald’s, Changi Airport has become the symbol of students mugging at food joints.

But all good things must come to an end, and just as with other iconic Mac’s over the years such as King Albert Park and the alfresco outlet at Shaw Centre, Changi Airport’s Terminal 2 (T2) will be saying goodbye to its own Mac’s after 16 years of operation.


A netizen on Reddit’s r/singapore subreddit, dkmag, delivered the heartbreaking news on 22 Dec (Sun).


The reason for the McDonald’s closure is that Changi Airport is expanding T2 over a 5-year period, reported The Straits Times.

This means that the spacious and memory-filled place we knew and loved will have to shut after 16 years.

Popular study spot due to spacious area

Despite occasional grouses from Singaporeans who can’t fathom why students would use cafes and restaurants as study spots, the practice has endured and one of their favourite midnight haunts at T2 has to be the McDonald’s.

Why McDonald’s at T2 in particular? Well, it’s plenty spacious compared to the other Mac’s located in T3 and T4.


This alone makes it less likely that staff will kick you out for staying there the entire night.

Tech-savvy students will prefer other places such as Krispy Kreme or Starbucks, but those who study the old-school way – with pen, foolscap paper and a mountain of past year papers – will find Mac’s more than sufficient for their needs.

Supper spot and chill area before flights

Of course, this being Changi Airport, food is in abundance and it is a foodie haunt in its own right.

Before East areas like Tampines sprouted 24-hour Mac’s of their own, Changi Airport, just a short trip away, was a popular spot for a good ol’ midnight McSpicy meal.


Or perhaps you were catching a flight at the ungodly hour of 7am and you’ve got to have a Big Breakfast and coffee at 4am – McDonald’s was that trusty friend who’d always be there, 24 hours a day.


Back in Singapore after a lengthy trip overseas? One of the first things you’ll see after landing is none other than the McDonald’s.

Cue a quick comfort meal as your welcome home, back in the days before Jewel was a thing.

Certainly, there’s much to remember about this particular McDonald’s.

Farewell, Changi Airport T2 McDonald’s

For many, this Mac’s holds fond memories – be it a late night cram session or just a supper spot before catching a flight out, there was always something familiar about it that made travellers and Singaporeans alike flock up the stairs, past the Ronald McDonald statue.


Yes, there are other Mac’s available at T3 and T4, but we’re still sad to see this one go.

According to the poster by dkmag on Reddit, the T2 outlet will close at the stroke of midnight on 31 Jan 2020, so you have slightly over a month to have your last throwback meal there.

Did you have any memorable experiences at the Changi Airport T2 McDonald’s? Let us know in the comments!

Featured image adapted from Blogspot.

Bangkok’s Cafe La Rose Has An Entire Wall Of Roses & Egglet Rose Gelato Cones From S$5

Cafe La Rose In Bangkok Has A Gorgeous Flower Garden With Edible Roses To Boot

The sight of gorgeous flowers isn’t new to locals who frequent Gardens by the Bay. We all know at least one person who absolutely loves to take pictures of florals for their pastel-themed ‘gram, but who knew that you could eat them too?

We’ve recently discovered that Cafe La Rose in Bangkok lets you sip tea within an exquisite flower-covered interior whilst eating literal roses too.


The cafe is a pastel paradise with walls and roofs intricately decorated with pink, orange and red blossoms.


Let’s take a peek inside this beautiful cafe in the heart of Ari, Bangkok.

Gorgeous floral fantasy land

Couples looking for a chic date hangout in Bangkok can impress their dates by suggesting this romantic destination.


Guests who are single but looking to mingle can hang out at the rose bar to order some flower-themed drinks. They say love comes when you least expect it, so who knows what could happen once you spark a conversation with that charming person holding a sparkling rose champagne flute?


While waiting for your order, explore the corners adorned with fairy lights and meticulously arranged bouquets.


The usual coffee shops provide you with a clear view of your laptop, but this hole-in-the-wall lets you revel under a vibrant tree of flowers.


Floral concoctions from S$5

The establishment sells rose gelato scoops, rose imbued floral teas, and other spectacular desserts themed around flowers for a reasonable price.


This chocolate lava cake is topped with homemade rose ice cream. They say it’s not too sweet, but we’re curious to discover the taste of a rose-flavoured dessert for S$12.99 ($300 Baht).


Their rose bouquet ice-cream is the cherry-on-top of a cone of thicc egglet waffle. We absolutely adore the Pocky sticks with wee little edible flower sweets as toppings.

The rose-shaped filling looks so heavenly and we pray it doesn’t melt before you get a good pic.


Hands up if you already knew that rainbow-coloured rice noodles were a thing? We sure hope the dish tastes as good as it looks. Be warned that this version is on the spicy side with chili peppers, lemon, shrimp and onions.


Consider their stunning ombre Italian sodas in different colours and flavours for a refreshing break from the scorchingly hot tropical weather for S$5.20 (120 Baht).


How to get there

Cafe La Rose is near the neighbourhood of Ari in Bangkok and easily accessible by the BTS train line.

It’s along Phibun Wattana 10 Alley and a few metres from Bangkok’s Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning building.

Since it’s inside the neighbourhood, commuters could also take a tuk tuk or motorbike from the train station. Parking spots are available for drivers.

Cafe La Rose

Address: 66 Phibun Wattana 10, Khwaeng Samsen Nai, Khet Phaya Thai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand
Opening Hours: Tues to Sun, 11:00am – 10:00pm, Closed on Mondays
Nearest Train: Ari BTS Station
Contact Number: +66 99 198 2571
Website: Cafe La Rose Facebook

We can’t think of a better place to stop and smell the roses than Cafe La Rose. They say roses smell sweet and aromatic — but if you do visit, tell us if it tastes good too in the comments.

Featured image from Facebook and Instagram.

Siloso Beach’s Magical Shores Will Dazzle Guests With Interactive Light Shows From 23 Jan

Siloso Beach’s Magical Shores Features Neon Lights & Interactive Light Shows From 23 Jan

We’ve seen plenty of beaches in our lifetime, but some destinations stand out from the crowd.

Sentosa announced that Siloso Beach’s Magical Shores attraction will include neon lights and interactive spectacles from today (23 Jan). The multi-sensory experience will feature sand, sea, and sky covered in illuminating artistic displays.


Here’s a video from Sentosa’s Facebook page.

If you don’t have any plans for the long CNY break, you can add this latest attraction to your bucket list.

Interactive art & light shows

Siloso Beach’s latest experience will feature four interactive light shows: Force of Nature, Nocturnal Awakening, Islet Whispers, and New Peaks.


Sensors on the beach will collect data on wind speed and guests’ movements which will be used to create interactive art in real-time.


The Force of Nature will show trees coming to life through a calming harmony of lights and sounds.


Nocturnal Awakening will have gorgeous projections that will change based on guests’ movements along the sand.


At dusk, the island might have a mysterious aura thanks to the Islet Whispers interactive attraction. A shroud of fog and lights will flow from the sea and combine with the artistic displays on land.


We bet it’ll be a sight to see amidst the relaxing beats coming from the New Peaks light show. These multi-colour projections will surely dazzle guests.


Those who are busy having fun in Sentosa all day long can end their stay by watching these stunning displays take over our shores.


Magical Shores from 23 Jan

Magical Shores will be available daily from Thursday (23 Jan) at 7:30 to 10:30 pm.

Guests arriving through Grab can use the code “SentosaSpring” to save $5 off their ride from Thursday (23 Jan) until 9 Feb. The code is only valid until 8pm daily.

Siloso Beach is a 15-minute walk from the Beach Station.

Magical Shores
Date: From 23 Jan
Hours: 7:30 to 10:30pm daily
Nearest Grab Pick-Up and Drop-Off point: Beach Station

Magical Shores is a unique interactive experience for beach lovers. Don’t forget to jio your friends for a fun night out!

Are you planning to make a trip to Siloso Beach’s Magical Shores soon? Let us know in the comments.

Featured image from Sentosa.

2D1N Batam Getaway Only $179/Pax For 5 Star Hotel Stay & 2-Way Ferry

WeekendGoWhere’s 2D1N Batam Package Starts At $179/Pax

If your boss is forcing you to clear your leave, and you’ve been browsing pictures of beach destinations on an incognito browser at work, we’ve got awesome news for you.

WeekendGoWhere – a Singapore-based travel agency – is offering a very affordable trip to Batam starting at $179 per person.

The package includes the following:

  • Accommodation at Montigo Resort
  • 5 Star Hotel Room (including breakfast)
  • 2-Way Ferry Tickets (including tax)
  • 2-Way Land Transfer

Sounds like a perfect weekend getaway this festive season with bae. Here’s what to expect.

Scenic coastal views & private infinity pools

Getting to Batam Island involves a short 30-40 min ferry ride from Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal (Singapore) to Nongsapura Ferry Terminal (Nongsa). Land transfer to Montigo Resorts is available upon arrival.

Once you get there, you’ll witness clear blue waters as far as the eye can see.


The best part? You can book a two to five bedroom villa. Each villa comes with a private infinity pool where you can clear your head and marvel at the sea.


No beach vacation is complete without a tan! Lucky for us, there’s an array of lounge chairs where you can chat with your gal pals, stan your favorite K-pop group or soak up under the sun.


There’s no denying that the view looks great — but the sunsets are to die for!


Massages & dining options

Besides their luxurious infinity pools, Montigo Resorts Nongsa is also an award-winning spa.

Spending a wonderful day of pampering with their skilled masseuses will feel like absolute bliss.


Those who want to stay in the hotel all-day long will be happy to know that they offer an in-villa BBQ service where their chefs will serve you local delicacies.


If you eventually get tired of dining-in, you can check out their three restaurants – Tadd’s, Pantai and Cafe Montigo. You’ll be spoilt for choice from their multi-cultural selection of delicious dishes.


Luxurious villas

Most of their villas are seriously high-SES — we mean extremely luxurious.

The deluxe two-bedroom villa boasts an expansive master bedroom suite with a minimalist theme. It’s the perfect place to relax and take a break from the stress of work.


If you’re going to party with your group of friends or bringing your entire family along, then opt for their three to five-bedroom villas. The room features king-sized beds that are bound to ensure your utmost comfort.


Each villa has a living room with cushy couches and an uninterrupted view of the the seaside. It’s the perfect spot to sip cocktails while enjoying the cool sea breeze with your friends or lovers.


Booking your stay

If you haven’t booked a trip overseas, we’re sure that this resort is on your radar.

The deal is a part of their year-end sale and you’ll get an additional $12 off for booking on 12 Dec.

To learn more about the package, message WeekendGoWhere on Facebook or call +65 6358 4231 (9am to 6pm) from Mon-Fri, 9am to 6pm and Sat, 9am to 5pm.

You can also head down to their office at this address.

Name: WeekendGoWhere HQ
Location: Blk 71 Ayer Rajah Crescent, #06-14 (One-North MRT station)
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm, Sat-Sun: 9am-5pm
Contact: +65 9390 0052 (WhatsApp)

Now that we’ve done your homework for you, there’s no need to rack your brains to pull out all the stops for your loved ones’ Christmas presents. A surprise Batam getaway on a budget and quality time with you will be all they need. You’re most welcome.

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S’pore Nightclubs To Let Up To 100 People In, Only Residents & Work Pass Holders May Enter

Singapore Nightclubs To Allow Up To 100 People & Karaoke Lounges For Groups Of 5 Inside Rooms

Shopping and eating to our hearts’ content may be enough to keep many of us happy, but some need a different outlet to let loose. Frequent patrons of karaoke lounges and nightclubs will thus be happy to know that they’ll be welcoming people again soon.


As part of the pilot programme, up to 100 people will be able to enter nightclubs and groups of 5 may share 1 karaoke room.

This is on top of the previous safe management measures the Singapore Nightlife Businesss Association announced earlier on 6 Nov.

Here’s what nightlife junkies can look forward to.

Nightclubs to split people into zones of 50

Sweaty bodies in a crowded room may be the usual scene at clubs, but the current pandemic will see a slight change to that.

The few clubs reopening in the programme will have to allow only a maximum of 100 people at any one time, reports Channel NewsAsia (CNA).


They will then split patrons further into 2 separate zones of 50, which will have dining and dancing areas each.

There will, however, be no live music or performances.

Only local residents & Work Pass holders allowed

In addition to the separate zones, the pilot reopening also entails the following safe management measures:

  • negative Covid-19 test within the past 24 hours to gain entry
  • mandatory wearing of masks
  • keeping a safe distance of 2m between groups (indicated by markings & barriers)


Before fulfilling the above criteria, patrons must first have to be local residents or Work Pass holders, reports The Straits Times (ST).

Those on business or official visits here will thus be unable to enter nightspots.

Up to 5 per group in each karaoke room

Likewise, the above criteria apply to karaoke lounge patrons too.

The only difference is that individual rooms within the lounges may allow up to 5 people in a group. They may eat and drink inside, after which the rooms will be disinfected 15 minutes before the next session.

According to CNA, the following number of entertainment venues will be reopening:

  • 10 pubs & bars
  • 10 karaoke lounges
  • 5 nightclubs

While the pilot for pubs and bars will begin in Dec and last for 2 months, karaoke lounges and nightclubs will only reopen in Jan 2021 as they need more time to prepare.

The Jan 2021 reopening will likely last for 3 months if risks remain low, so brace yourselves for that.

Partake in social activities safely & responsibly

Though this latest update beckons more exciting things to look forward to as the new year approaches, we should remember that the pandemic is still far from over.

With Phase 3 possibly lasting for a long time, we can expect many precautionary measures to stay in place or even be tightened.

Regardless, let’s embrace the changes while adhering to the rules, to ensure that we all remain safe and can resume normal life eventually.

Have news you must share? Get in touch with us via email at hello@mustsharenews.com.

Featured image adapted from Facebook.

Changi Lounge Has PC Pods & Comfy Meeting Nooks To Work Like A Boss Away From Home

Changi Lounge Has PC Pods & Meeting Nooks For $12/Hr Work Sessions

UPDATE (20 Aug): Changi Airport operations management has confirmed that certain services like buffet refreshment, showers and nap pods are currently unavailable to ensure safety of guests.

Whether you’re working from home or in the office, you occasionally need a change in scenery to remain productive.

Locals eager for a refreshing alternative can access the Changi Airport Lounge for $$12 for 2 hours and an additional $4 for every extension per hour.

The swanky space has PC pods and comfy meeting nooks that can make anyone feel like an executive.


Changi lounge luxe workspaces

In the past, Changi Lounge seemed to be the ideal space for recovering from jet lag after a long flight.

Since we have to remain on the island due to the coronavirus, Changi Airport launched a special promotion wherein locals could reserve the space for relaxation or business meetings.


We’ve seen many co-working spaces in the city, but none seem to match the grandeur and affordability of these areas.


Safe distancing seems to be a breeze for teams because of the numerous sofas and armchairs available in the lounge.


Science says interior design can boost productivity and we bet you can finish your backlog of tasks here. Regardless of your job, we believe you’ll feel like a successful CEO when working in this atas nook.


Zen PC pods & meeting rooms

Intensive tasks that demand a good dose of CPU power often require a powerful desktop. So, you’ll be delighted to find that Changi Lounge is equipped with iMacs and access to high-speed internet connectivity.


Those who want to impress their clients and brainstorm with co-workers can book meeting rooms with video conferencing facilities. One room can host up to 4 people and these packages include complimentary snacks and drinks.


The lounge also includes well-designed meeting areas with posh chandeliers and a tranquil environment for high-stakes business meetings.


Nap room with sleeping pods

Futuristic sleeping pods designed with ergonomic perfection are the main attraction in their nap rooms. Users can lie down in a ‘zero-gravity position’ that can relax muscles and reduce pressure on the cardiac system.


Tasty refreshments

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Changi Lounge will not be serving up buffet meals. Instead, visitors can expect complimentary refreshments like coffee and light snacks.


Those that crave a full meal can avail of their premium package priced at $27. This includes a hot meal bento, according to Milelion.

Changi Lounge pricing & packages

Interested visitors can check out the prices and packages from their official website.

Here are the details:

Lounge access

2 hours: S$12
Extension per hour: S$4

Meeting Room

Single Room (up to 4 pax): S$60 for 1 hour
Double Room (up to 8 pax): S$120 for 1 hour
Extension per room: S$20 per hour

Booking a meeting room bookings or 4-hour lounge access includes a free 4-hours parking perk.

Changi Lounge is certified by SG Clean by Enterprise Singapore and Singapore Tourism Board. It exercises safe management practices in place so visitors are guaranteed a safe environment in these gorgeous areas.

Booking fancy meetings & work sessions

When it comes to business, impressions matter. That’s exactly why some business owners should check out Changi Lounge to inspire investors’ confidence to close crucial deals.

In contrast, working-class folks can book this gorgeous area for their much-needed work away from home sessions.

Interested visitors can make a reservation by getting in touch via email or calling them for bookis. Here’s the Google Map pin of how to get there.

Address: Jewel Changi Airport, Level 1
Operating hours: 10am-10pm, daily
Contact number: +65 6513 8743
Nearest MRT: Changi Airport Station
Website: Jewel Changi Airport

We may not be able to travel like usual, but at least you can return to the airport and fuel your wanderlust in this beloved lounge.

Featured image adapted from Changi Airport & Instagram.

ActiveSG Sports Halls To Close On 28 Jun, After Users Breach Safe Distancing Rules

All ActiveSG Indoor Sports Halls To Close For A Day-Long “Timeout” On 28 Jun

News of a Covid-19 patient who had met a large group of people to socialise and play badminton with sent shockwaves across Singapore.

Now, Sport Singapore is taking emergency action in an attempt to address the issue — by closing all ActiveSG indoor sports halls.

The closure will only be for 1 day tomorrow (28 Jun) as a sort of “timeout”, reports The Straits Times (ST).

Positive Covid-19 case flouted safe distancing rules

Sport Singapore decided on the closure after a user of one of the ActiveSG sports halls tested positive for Covid-19 recently.

The patient had played badminton at Jurong East Indoor Sports Hall on Monday (22 Jun), along with several others.

Image for illustration purposes only

The exact headcount is unknown, but Channel NewsAsia (CNA) stated that they had in total booked up to 6 courts, and switched around despite the physical partitions.

As a result, all the people he crossed paths with are now under quarantine, and the sports hall has to close over the weekend for disinfection.

Closure of ActiveSG sports halls to ensure users understand rules

To take some time to review the incident and safe management measures, Sport Singapore will be closing all indoor sports halls for a day tomorrow (28 Jun).

This is to give staff and users time to fully understand the rules that govern the usage of the space, especially amidst the pandemic.


For a full list of safety guidelines, you can visit ActiveSG’s website here.

After tomorrow, Sport Singapore intends to take stricter action on users who break the rules. Those who plan to gather in sports facilities for instance will face booking cancellations or rejections.

They also won’t be able to use ActiveSG facilities in the future.

Be responsible citizens

If not for the unfortunate case of the user, the closure of ActiveSG sports halls even for a day, probably wouldn’t have happened.

Whether it affects you or not, we should all take this opportunity to reflect on our own actions thus far.

The fight against the Covid-19 pandemic is a universal one, so let’s do our best together and be more responsible.

Featured image adapted from Foursquare.


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