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Julia Lachica

Julia Lachica

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The best halal restaurants and cafés in Singapore

The best halal restaurants and cafés in Singapore

Halal food is not difficult to find in Singapore, and delicious halal fare is definitely all-around. These days, you can find a wide range of cuisine that is Muslim-friendly, from Chinese beef noodles to Spanish tapas for sharing. Explore different cuisines with this nifty list we put together. RECOMMENDED: Best nasi padang restaurants and stalls in Singapore and the best Spanish restaurants and tapas bars in Singapore

The ultimate guide to film cameras in Singapore

The ultimate guide to film cameras in Singapore

Film photography is back. This fad, mainly propelled by youngsters who have recently shown interest in shooting photos on film for a different look and experience from digital, has led to a growing pool of people purchasing film cameras and more fiddling around with disposable camera apps like Huji on smartphones. To ease you into this trend, we’ve rounded a list of places you can go to get yourself a point-and-shoot and develop your films, as well as free apps you can try to get that feel before investing in one of these classics. RECOMMENDED: The best smart home gadgets in Singapore and the best retro shops in Singapore to nail the old-school look

The guide to the best toilets in Singapore

The guide to the best toilets in Singapore

We truly understand how important and satisfying it is to take a poop with the right frame of mind and in the right place. After all, when you gotta go, you gotta go. Even if you're out and about in the city – or in the middle of Mandai. We tried, we tested, we sniffed and now we have the results. From hotels to shopping malls, here are the top public restrooms in town to keep in mind the next time you've got to do the deed.  RECOMMENDED: Where to see interesting architecture and landmarks in Singapore and the harshest TripAdvisor reviews of Singapore

Guide to Artbox 2019: Instagrammable spots, what to buy and eat

Guide to Artbox 2019: Instagrammable spots, what to buy and eat

Over the years, Artbox has made a name for itself as one of Singapore's most popular pop-up markets. Moving to a bigger home this year at The Grounds@Kranji, you can expect over 250 booths at the weekend market. There's plenty of food, fashion and lifestyle stalls to browse through and many pretty spots to take photos. This year's theme is Eden and you can see the garden theme in the lush decor – there are vines and fairy lights all around. If there's one thing to go to this weekend, it's this luxe pasar malam. But let's be smart about navigating the crowds on the weekends of 15 to 17 November and 22 to 24 November so here is a guide. RECOMMENDED: The best upcoming pop-up stores and flea markets in Singapore and the best eco-friendly products in Singapore  

The best restaurants for Filipino food in Singapore

The best restaurants for Filipino food in Singapore

Filipino cuisine in itself is a roller coaster ride of flavours – it has a little bit of Spanish, Malay and Chinese influences, but ultimately quite it's own cuisine. Whether you’re craving something comforting or you want to destroy your diet altogether, Filipino food has you covered. From fast food to homemade food by titas and titos from the mainland, Singapore has you covered to satisfy your lechon and sisig cravings.  RECOMMENDED: The best Thai Food in Singapore and The best Spanish restaurants and tapas bar in Singapore.