Travellers helpline: When should you call for an ambulance in Singapore?
Emergencies come at times we least expect. Knowing what to do and which appropriate channel to reach out to can sometimes be the difference between life and death. But what…Read More
Getting the best out of your Co-living experience
Moving into a shared living space can be a big step. However, with the right mindset and approach, it can be a life-changing experience. Continue reading our ultimate guide to…Read More
7 Co-living bonding ideas
Is your life getting a bit drab? Your early days of communal living were filled with outings every week and late hang sessions every other night with your housemates. But…Read More
7 HUGE Co-living no-nos!
There are many things that are generally accepted in a shared house. Playing music in the living room, cooking up a riot in the shared kitchen, having a couple of…Read More
11 Things you MUST avoid when choosing a Serviced Apartment
You see these great pictures on the website and your agent paints you a beautiful image. Every apartment looks ideal! But the reality is, that’s seldom the case. When going…Read More
9 Tips to Being a Better Co-Living Neighbour
We don't always get to choose who we live with. Some make too much noise, some don't talk at all. Some always leave the toilet seat up, while others never…Read More
Are serviced apartments in Singapore dead?
The number of business travellers scaling the globe has increased in recent years. As this number increases, so has the need to house these professionals. Traditional accommodation options usually feature…Read More
Singapore Vegan Festival 2019 – The only guide you’ll need
Broaden your palette and move past that boring salad. Veganism has been growing in popularity and it's obvious to see why. From just a vegan diet, it has transformed into…Read More
Millennial traveller’s cheat sheet to saving money in Singapore
Saving money when overseas is crucial especially during the first few years. Millennial travellers often find it tough having to acclimatize to new socio-economic environments. So why not take advantage…Read More
Co-living isn’t just a millennial game
The buzz word and accommodation model that has been gaining traction over recent years has been often associated with a single target audience. Co-living has become synonymous with the millennial…Read More
How to: Decide between a Singapore Tourist Pass and Ez-link
The Singapore public transport system is pretty decent if I do say so myself. What makes it easier is accessing a bus, MRT or LRT with the use of a…Read More
Living it up in Serangoon – The necessary guide
A rich collection of great eats, countless shopping options and welcoming ambience to greet you; Serangoon always offers a good time. So here’s the only guide you need to a…Read More
How to: Choose the right mobile plan in Singapore
But with the many options offered by the local telcos, where does one begin to choose the perfect mobile plan in Singapore? Well, it begins here with this guide. Telecommunication…Read More
Sake Festival Singapore 2019 – what you need to know
Want a great reason to drink ? This year’s edition of the Sake Festival Singapore is a great reason to knock back a few. With over 400 different labels and…Read More
Your Tiong Bahru essentials
Things you can find Chockablock with numerous places of interest, let’s take a look at some things you can find. Restaurants & Cafes Other popular services Shopping Mall Tiong Bahru…Read More
How to: Set-up a bank account in Singapore.
Here’s a quick guide on what you need to have when opening an account and the range of banking options out there. Things to consider What documents to prepare Expat-friendly…Read More
What $6 can get you at the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2019.
What’s this about? Once every year, the streets of Geylang Serai are lit by the life of vendors and craze of patrons flocking to the food maze that is the…Read More
Grab surge got you down? Buckle up for this alternative joyride.
Grab and Gojek prices are going up Explore scooters What is the pricing like? Remember to adhere to rules Grab and Gojek prices are going up.They were supposed to…Read More
An infinite stay in a little slice of heaven
So we have decided to help you out. We interviewed a fellow expat who has been living and working in Singapore for the past year. Being a father of two…Read More
Things to do in Orchard Road you never thought of.
Unknown to many, Orchard does hold home interesting spots which allow for a different but comfortably familiar outing in Singapore's central business district. Prepare to forget the department stores and…Read More