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The best supper spots in Singapore for late-night dining

The best supper spots in Singapore for late-night dining

Some calls can't go unanswered – we’re talking about those late-night stomach growls that you can’t shake off with a protein bar or fruit. Well, well, if you're living in Singapore, one thing's for sure. You'll never go hungry at any time of the day, whether it's 4pm or 4am. For something more substantial (and delicious), saunter down to these 24-hour joints and restaurants that open till late for some post-OT or just a dirty supper with friends. There's nothing worse than going to bed hangry and unsatisfied. RECOMMENDED: Guide to Singapore after dark and the best late-night massage parlours in Singapore

The best steak restaurants in Singapore

The best steak restaurants in Singapore

Finding a restaurant that cooks a mouth-watering steak is rare, but don’t feel blue. Thanks to our well-done list of the best steak restaurants in Singapore, you’re sure to find a happy medium. We hunt down the joints with the juiciest and most marbled slabs of beef – plus chefs that know just how to prepare them. So what are you waiting for? Get a moo-ve on! RECOMMENDED: The best burgers in Singapore and The best rooftop bars with views in Singapore

The best free museums in Singapore

The best free museums in Singapore

Singapore may be one of the most expensive cities in the world, but good things need not necessarily have to come at a price. These free museums are the perfect day activity for tourists looking to find out more about our nation's history and culture and are also great for locals who want to rediscover what their homeland has to offer. The next time you have a free weekend, tick one (or two) museums off this list. Get cultured without having to spend a dime – because sometimes the best things in life really are free. RECOMMENDED The best museums in Singapore and the best urban art trails in Singapore  

The best kid-friendly restaurants and cafés in Singapore

The best kid-friendly restaurants and cafés in Singapore

Looking for the best family restaurants in Singapore? Look no further than our list of themed restaurants, eateries with play areas and diners with menus specifically catered for the kiddos. These kid-friendly restaurants offer everything from mouth-watering Italian fare to colourful milkshakes and there's even a CoComelon themed restaurant that's bound to be a treat for the little ones. And for dessert, we've compiled a list of Singapore's best ice-cream shops for a sweet treat on a hot day. What are you waiting for? Get in on some delicious eats! Do take note that certain play areas might not be available even after the restriction lift.    RECOMMENDED The best free waterparks in Singapore and the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore

The best escape rooms in Singapore

The best escape rooms in Singapore

Put on your thinking cap at these escape rooms that are filled with puzzles and vexing scenarios to test your friendships. Without giving too much away, we clue you in on some of the best escape rooms Singapore has to offer. Be strategic about who you enter these simulations with – grab a couple of your brainier friends and work your way through our top picks. RECOMMENDED: The best hiking trails in Singapore and the top things to do this month

How to play Chinese Blackjack (Ban-luck)

How to play Chinese Blackjack (Ban-luck)

Here at Time Out Singapore, we think no one should be left out of the Chinese New Year festivities. We made a bunch of "how-to" guides of the most popular games to play at your reunion dinner or when you visit your relatives during these 15 days. With Ban-luck, your New Year luck is really put to the test. With a possibility of winning twice, triple or even seven-times the amount you bet, this card game makes for a thrilling time around the table. RECOMMENDED: The best Chinese New Year takeaways and the best places to buy Chinese New Year decorations

How to play Dai Di (Big Two)

How to play Dai Di (Big Two)

We've all been there. Looking for an easy card game to play in school in between classes? Dai Di it is. This game of Big Two is also a popular game to play during Chinese New Year, post-reunion dinner feasting. With Dai Di, any group of four can become a powerhouse of excitement with players constantly trying to one-up each other. Ah... what better way to celebrate the festive season? RECOMMENDED: The best Chinese New Year takeaways and the best places to buy Chinese New Year decorations

The guide to fishing and prawning in Singapore

The guide to fishing and prawning in Singapore

Tired of fishing for compliments? Then try real (or, reel) fishing instead, it’s much easier – all you need is a rod, bait, a little luck and a whole lot of patience. Of course knowing the right spots will definitely help increase the odds, so here’s a list of the best places for fishing and prawning in Singapore. Trust us and give these places a shot, the compliments will come naturally. RECOMMENDED: Best beaches in Singapore and the best hiking trails in Singapore

The best dog parks in Singapore

The best dog parks in Singapore

Playgrounds and dog runs at the various parks in Singapore have since reopened and it's time to ease your cuddly companion out of lockdown with a game of fetch or a run around the lush green space – without a leash. A day out to these dog parks, runs, and green fields make a great alternative to the usual stroll around the neighbourhood. Plus, it's sure to make your dog's tail wagging. However, do keep 'em on a leash when you step out of the dog run, or when things get heated up with other doggos. And remember to keep a safe distance of at least one-metre apart from other pet owners. RECOMMENDED: The best pet shops in Singapore and the best animal shelters to adopt a rescue

12 unexpected things to do around Tanjong Pagar MRT

12 unexpected things to do around Tanjong Pagar MRT

Stuck in Tanjong Pagar with a couple of hours to kill? Instead of wandering idly around the Central Business District of Singapore wondering what on earth to do, check out our list of the best unexpected things to try out just a few minutes walk away from Tanjong Pagar MRT – it’s more than just office buildings, hotels, and bad morning traffic, y’know. RECOMMENDED: The ultimate guide to the rail corridor in Singapore and the best parks in Singapore by neighbourhood 

The ultimate guide to Keong Saik Road

The ultimate guide to Keong Saik Road

Once a prominent red-light district littered with brothels in 1960s, Keong Saik Road has long eradicated the impression people have of the street. This bustling stretch of eateries, shops and offices has somehow seamlessly fused the traditional with modern to offer some of the most unique (and delicious) places in Singapore. From gourmet restaurants and trendy bars to even bespoke tailors, Keong Saik is filled with an endless array of options as you traverse its row of shophouses.  RECOMMENDED: The ultimate guide to Singapore's neighbourhoods 

The best bowling alleys in Singapore

The best bowling alleys in Singapore

When bowling alleys in the city announced their anticipated return in Phase 2 of Singapore's reopening plans, we can't help but dust our goofily, stylish bowling shoes. Most bowling alleys are open for business but do check their current opening hours and booking requirements before making a surprise visit. The fun isn't just about bowling a turkey at these bowling alleys either – dance to the latest pop hits at K-Bowling or check out the pros at Kallang Bowl. There's no time to spare – pun intended – hit up these bowling alleys and strike a pose. RECOMMENDED: Phase 2: Everything we know about Singapore's reopening plans so far and the best online games to play with your friends

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