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The best hawker centres in Singapore
Restaurants The best hawker centres in Singapore

Looking for cheaper alternatives instead of these pricey restaurants when in the city? Eat like a local and guzzle your way through national dishes like chicken rice, nasi lemak, laksa, satay and more at these alfresco eating spots in the CBD. Championed by local food connoisseurs, these hawker centres in Telok Ayer, Chinatown, Amoy Street and Maxwell Road are sure to hit the spot. RECOMMENDED: Six modern Singaporean hawkers and seven pioneer hawkers who've been around since your parents' time

The best ramen dishes in Singapore
Restaurants The best ramen dishes in Singapore

Creatures of comfort food, ramen has become quite a staple in our diets. You don't have to be Japanese to appreciate a good bowl of ramen, and what's not to love about the rich, thick broth, chewy noodles, chunks of char siew and the glorious flavoured egg with its glistening golden yolk. Ready to go to town on oodles of noodles? Here's our pick of the best bowls of ramen in Singapore. RECOMMENDED 10 Best Japanese Restaurants in Singapore and new restaurants, cafés and bars to check out in September

The best thrift shops in Singapore
Shopping The best thrift shops in Singapore

It's no surprise that Singapore is shopping paradise (after all, Orchard Road is the ultimate shopping destination) with a plethora of malls, multi-concept stores and independent labels at every nook and cranny. But if you prefer rifling through pre-loved gems, thrift your weekend away at these second-hand shops for everything form vintage designer bags to statement pieces from the yesteryears.  RECOMMENDED: Six cool indie stores in Singapore and 10 places to shop on a budget in Singapore  

Do's and Don'ts for tourists in Singapore
Things to do Do's and Don'ts for tourists in Singapore

As a gastronomical paradise with plenty of sun (and the occasional downpour) all year 'round, Singapore is unsurprisingly on plenty of travel bucket lists. But before making your way down to the Lion City, it’s about high time tourists get schooled on the much-needed lesson on how to behave in public. Take this handy etiquette guide to heart (and head) and explore the city like a local – there's a reason why it stays clean and green. RECOMMENDED: Guide to getting around Singapore on public transport and 101 best things to do in Singapore

The best alternative bubble tea stalls in Singapore
Restaurants The best alternative bubble tea stalls in Singapore

From freshly brewed fruit teas to trendy crème brûlée brown sugar milk teas, these bubble tea stalls have more to offer than your typical brews. We hunt down some of the best new alternative bubble tea stalls on the island that are giving Gong Cha and Koi a run for their money. RECOMMENDED Taste test: Bubble tea and the best soft serve ice creams in Singapore

The guide to getting around Singapore on public transport
Things to do The guide to getting around Singapore on public transport

First things first, you're never going to get lost in Singapore. There's always an MRT station around the corner, a bus to hop on to, signs everywhere, apps to refer to and good ol' human interaction – people to ask directions from. But if you like to be prepared all the time before stepping out of the house, here's the ultimate guide to getting around Singapore like a pro.  RECOMMENDED: The best tours of Singapore and the best hiking trails in Singapore

The best bakeries in Singapore
Restaurants The best bakeries in Singapore

We're always up for a good carb-fix any time of the day, whether it's pizza or a plate of pasta. But most of all, we're always in the mood for loaf. Croissants, baguettes, sourdough bread, pastries and rolls, here is where to get some of the best bread in Singapore. Fresh out of the oven, of course.  RECOMMENDED: The best kueh shops in Singapore and the best traditional bakeries and cake shops in Singapore  

The oldest restaurants in Singapore
Restaurants The oldest restaurants in Singapore

For every new restaurant opening in Singapore, three close down. The F&B business here is tough and many new joints looking to make it big in the Lion City fold within a year. Yet, there are a handful of restaurants that are a timeless part of the city's culinary landscape. Here are the oldest remaining restaurants in the city. RECOMMENDED: Feeling nostalgic? Visit some of Singapore's hawker pioneers or the city's oldest buildings  

Top 10 things to do in Singapore in September
Things to do Top 10 things to do in Singapore in September

Rev up your engines this month as the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix returns for another high-octane weekend full of turbo action, electrifying concerts and glitzy after-parties. And that's not all – fasten your seatbelt for Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore, the Shakespeare's Globe, The Great Food Festival and more. Looks like the month of September is turning out to be an exhilarating one. 

All the local dishes in Crazy Rich Asians and where to get them
Restaurants All the local dishes in Crazy Rich Asians and where to get them

If you're going to do a film set in Singapore, you need to dedicate a chunk of screentime to the variety of local food we have here. Despite its flaws, that's probably what Crazy Rich Asians did right – it had everything from hawker fare and homecooked goodness to over the top wedding banquets only the wealthy can afford. If that Newton hawker centre montage made you drool a little, here's something to get you proper hungry.  RECOMMENDED: Interview: the cast of Crazy Rich Asians and the ultimate crazy broke Asians guide to Singapore 

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50 reasons why we love Singapore

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Things to do The best free things to do in Singapore

The 50 best restaurants in Singapore
Restaurants The 50 best restaurants in Singapore

You don't have to look very far to stumble upon an amazing nosh in Singapore. The city is packed with boundary-pushing restaurants run by star-studded chefs as well as humble hawker finds that'll satiate your appetite for cheap.

The 50 best bars in Singapore
Bars and pubs The 50 best bars in Singapore

Yes, drinking in Singapore is expensive, but that shouldn't stop you from exploring the boundary-pushing cocktail bars, craft beer breweries, natural wine joints and all the other drinking holes the city has to offer. To narrow down the endless options at every turn, we’ve compiled this list of the 50 best bars in Singapore right now. We guarantee you won't be able to stop at one drink – just make sure you have a safe ride home. READ Five bartenders on what makes them Singapore's best and the best rooftop bars in Singapore. OR GO BAR HOPPING IN the CBD, Orchard or Bugis.

The best hotels in Singapore
Hotels The best hotels in Singapore

Your 24-hour Singapore food tour
Restaurants Your 24-hour Singapore food tour

Singapore is as much a culinary paradise with an enviable food heritage and a rich diversity of cuisines from around the world. Not sure where to start dining when you’re visiting? Here’s how to eat your way through an entire day in Singapore, from dawn to dusk.READ The best French, Italian, Japanese and Spanish restaurants in Singapore.

The best places for kids in Singapore
Kids The best places for kids in Singapore

The best museums in Singapore
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The best spas in Singapore
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The best shops in Singapore
Shopping The best shops in Singapore

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The best restaurants and bars in Singapore

50 best cafés in Singapore
Restaurants 50 best cafés in Singapore

Whether you're looking for the perfect Instagram shot, a new weekend brunch hangout, or a mean cup of joe, we've got you covered with this list of the best cafés in Singapore. Need more than one cup of coffee to rev your engines? Go café hopping in Tiong Bahru or pop into the various coffee shops along Amoy Street that keep the caffeine-hungry CBD folks going. RECOMMENDED The best cafés with free Wi-Fi and the best cafés for dessert

The vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Singapore
Restaurants The vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Singapore

Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore
Restaurants Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore

The best bars in Singapore
Bars and pubs The best bars in Singapore

The best coffee in Singapore
Restaurants The best coffee in Singapore

The most romantic restaurants in Singapore
Restaurants The most romantic restaurants in Singapore

The best cafés in Singapore
Restaurants The best cafés in Singapore

The best cheap eats in Singapore
Restaurants The best cheap eats in Singapore

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Restaurants The best ice cream shops in Singapore

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Restaurants The best cake shops in Singapore

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Neighbourhood guides

Little India
Things to do Little India

It’s a given that Little India is colourful, vibrant and a hive of activity – but it’s also changing and gentrifying. There’s never a dull moment on this stretch, here are some of our favourite spots. RECOMMENDED: Where to eat in Little India

Bukit Timah
Things to do Bukit Timah

Making the most of its verdant beauty and space, the Bukit Timah stretch has always had a buzz about it. And now with the new Downtown line, this 25-kilometre long stretch has finally become accessible to all. These are just a few of its gems. RECOMMENDED: Guide to MacRitchie and Guide to Coronation

Bugis
Things to do Bugis

What was once Singapore’s sleaze central has smartened up big time thanks to classy new developments like Andaz. While the area is evolving into a mini CBD, it hasn’t gone all business-like just yet. With its mix old-and-new, here are some of our new (and old) favourite haunts. Still can't get enough of what this colourful neighbourhood has to offer? Check out the best cafes in Bugis or go on a bar crawl guide in Bugis when it gets dark out. 

Ann Siang Road and Club Street
Things to do Ann Siang Road and Club Street

Ann Siang Road is home to restored shophouses that house clan associations, restaurants, bars and niche boutiques.

Geylang
Things to do Geylang

Singapore's infamous redlight district is the place to go your craving for the king of fruits and good food at any hour of the night.

Coronation
Things to do Coronation

Located within Bukit Timah, the area is home to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and plenty of restaurants, cafés and shops.

Seletar
Things to do Seletar

Head to this ulu neighbourhood and check out the revamped Seletar Aerospace Park – chilling to live music or do some plane-spotting.

MacRitchie
Things to do MacRitchie

Hike up Windsor Nature Park and fuel up on prata, burgers, coffee and more at this stretch on Upper Thomson Road.

Holland Village
Things to do Holland Village

Named after Hugh Holland (a popular Dutch architect and actor) this laidback neighbourhood is popular with both locals and expats.

Bedok
Things to do Bedok

Travel to the east for this neighbourhood that’s brimming with cafés, playgrounds and endless sporting activities.

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