Singapore’s first-ever roving container hotel opens, with unique rooms at great prices

In about a couple of months time, holidays and the festive season is around the corner! It’s never too early to make plans for holidays, right?

SG Hotel On Wheels launches Singapore’s first-ever roving container hotel opens at Pasir Ris from 13 October onwards. You can choose among different themes of the rooms available.


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Guests can choose between the accommodation of either a 20-footer (up to 2 people) or a 40-footer container (up to 4 people).

Here are some of the different themes you can choose from!

Retro Mambo

Teleport back to the 80s with the Retro Mambo room. With the vibrant and popping colours of the room, nobody will believe that this is in Singapore!

Modern Country

When we leave for holidays or a staycation, some of us become homesick. This setting will make you feel no other than being in the comforts of your home!

Minimalist Classic

To most of us, simplicity is happiness. Living in a minimalistic setting may just be what some of us prefers.


Each room per night is priced at $188 for a 20-footer room and $248 for a 40-footer room.

It is inclusive of 2 Wild Wild Wet Tickets, using the BBQ pits and Bicycles.

Address: Downtown East @ Begonia Carpark, 60 Pasir Ris Drive 3, Singapore 519599
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Around The World at Changi Airport: Teleport to your favourite countries for FREE

Miss travelling to various places of interest around the world? Well, despite the current COVID-19 situation, you can actually still teleport to your places of desire! 

From now till 10 October, visit the Changi Airport exhibition, which brings you right to the destinations you want.

Some of the places that you can visit include Australia, Korea and even London!


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Say hello to Australia! Australia is well-known for its kangaroos and other native creatures like the koala bear. Hop along with the kangaroos at the mesmerising red sandstone.


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Annyeonghaseyo to anyone who is yearning to travel to Korea! Along the stretch, you will be able to find unique Korean landmarks such as the Hanok villages and the picturesque sceneries in Jeju Island.

London & Sweden 

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You can also find the beautiful city of London as you can stroll along the sidewalks and feel like you are right in the city!

There are a total of 6 countries at the exhibition with incredible photo spots that you should not miss out on! Admission is free for all.

These exhibitions are spread out across both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3.

Redeem FREE prizes at Brown Butter Cafe when you play the Squid Game Honeycomb challenge

Whether you are with your friends or colleagues, or even in the public, everyone is talking about Squid Game!

Although it may be nerve-racking to see how each of the characters struggle to survive during the game, how about taking part in it yourself?

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If you are up for the challenge, Brown Butter Cafe in Orchard is currently giving out a cup of free iced latte if you complete the Honeycomb challenge on time. There are other attractive prizes such as Brown Butter Cafe’s speciality cheesecake.

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The big question is– what if you do not complete it in time? Don’t worry, all you need to do is to post a photo of yourself and tag them on Instagram!

Here are the full rules:

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The challenge is valid from now till 24th October until 6 pm daily. Do note that safe distancing and COVID-19 measures still apply.

Do you have what it takes to conquer this challenge? If you are up for it, head down to B30own Butter Cafe today!

Address: 583 Orchard Rd, #01-18/19, Singapore 238884

A new cat cafe in Joo Chiat at just $12, with cute cuddly cats to make friends with

Are you one of those who has a soft spot for animals but is just not allowed to keep a pet at home? This may be just for you!

Other than the few cat cafes around in Singapore, here’s one called Paws Claws Petstore that has just newly opened!

What’s unique about this cafe is that it is home to 17 ragamuffins. Don’t worry if you are afraid of aggressive cats as the cats there are extremely friendly and docile.

Engage with the kittens through their favourite toys! You may also gently pet them but no carrying is allowed.

Entry tickets are priced at just $12 with a duration of 1 hour. You will also receive a complimentary Kitty Meringue Biscuit with each visit.

Currently, due to restrictions, no food and drinks are served. Once the situation eases, you can look forward to delightful and adorable desserts and drinks!

I am sure you can’t say no to visiting these soft and fluffy cats! Head down to Paws Claws Petstore to make some new friends.

Address: 331 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427587
Prior appointment is required before visiting

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NEW Instagram worthy Instant Noodle playground, with FREE goodie bag and vouchers

We’ve all heard of The Museum Of Ice Cream and The Bubble Tea Factory, but what about the new Instant Noodle Playground in Singapore? If you are thinking of where to go next weekend, this is just for you!

Everyone loves instant noodles right?

The newly opened playground has 13 creative installations that will keep you entertained.

Upon entry, you will see dangling instant noodles that looks very realistic! Just like how when you first take it out from the packet.

There are a couple of IG worthy displays that really struck me! My favourite ones were the Instaham and the giant cup noodles.

Previously, this display has yet to be revealed! It is supposedly Singapore’s favourite cup noodle brand. Now we know that many of us love the Tom Yam flavour!

Although this installation is taller than me, it is definitely IG worthy!

Of course, you may be thinking what’s a playground without some fun right?

Fret not, because you will surely enjoy yourselves in the Nissin Chu Qian Yi Ding slide and Ramen Pot Swing.

The fun doesn’t stop here as there are other interactive exhibitions and even arcade games for you to enjoy!

Try your luck as you can win prizes such as cup noodles and even Lazada vouchers!

Before you go, check out their merchandise store if you would love to pick up some gifts for your loved ones!

Each ticket is priced at $21 and it includes a goodie bag, arcade tokens and vouchers for Eatbox.

Bring your loved ones down to share the fun and joy together!


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 Address: 2 Serangoon Road, Tekka Place Annex Building, #01-51, Singapore 218227 (near Rochor MRT station)

Opening hours: 10 am to 10 pm daily

Garden By The Bay has cute Mid-Autumn Festival displays and FREE live performances

Looking for a place to celebrate the Mid-autumn festival other than Chinatown? Here’s a suggestion for you!

From now till the start of October, visit Gardens’ By The Bay to catch mesmerising displays and exciting performances!

Here are the main highlights of the festival. 

Lantern displays

Get up close and take your Instagram-worthy shots with these adorable lantern displays. 


First up, we have beautiful sky lanterns. Sky lanterns symbolise prosperity in Chinese. Many also believe that you can write a resolution on the sky lantern, set it free, and your wish will come true!


There is also the rabbits’ trail where you can see the rabbits in different cute poses. 

Painting displays

Rice Threshing

Catch a glimpse of the artworks of Korean traditional artists. Each painting has its own significant meaning behind it.

For example, this painting shows a group of workers harvesting rice tirelessly and a man lying on a mat. It shows how two different groups of people live together in society.

Cultural performances

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If you miss watching live performances, catch this huge range of performances ranging from Chinese Orchestra to Chinese opera.

You may have heard of organisations such as Ding Yi Music Company, Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre and Tang Renaissance. Be sure to show them some support this Mid-Autumn Festival!

All performances are free. However, pre-registration is required.

The fun begins at Gardens By The Bay this mid-autumn festival!

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Unleash your inner child with cute animal inflatable displays at Gardens By The Bay

Remember those times when you were young and bouncy castles were what makes us happy?

Now is the time to relive your childhood memories as Garden By The Bay introduces Art-Zoo, which features adorable giant inflatables!

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These Inflatables are Instagram-worthy and remind me of Art Zoo back in 2017. However, this time round we are not allowed to bounce on the inflatables.

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Despite so, there are activities and trials around. You can redeem a free sticker sheet when you complete the trial activities at the respective stations too! A little souvenir is better than nothing…

Admission to this event is free.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Opening Hours: 10 am–7 pm daily

You can now cycle on WATER with Waterbike without any cycling experience

Ever felt left out because you are the only person amongst your friends who doesn’t know how to cycle and swim? I know how you feel.

Here’s good news for you! From 2 October onwards, you can now cycle on the water with Waterbike Singapore. Don’t worry about not being able to balance on the pathways because it is safe and stable. You won’t get wet as well!


That’s not all, what if I told you that you can explore hidden parts of Singapore around the sea? Places which you could have never reached on the land.

In case you may be having safety concerns, fret not! Safety equipment like life vests and walkie talkies are given.

Here are the prices:
1 Hour – $30
2 Hours – $50
3 Hours – $60
4 Hours – $80
5 Hours – $100

It’s time to plan a waterbike outing with you and your friends and perhaps have a friendly competition with them!

Address: Space @ Tampines, #03-03 S528605

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Visit the Art Encounters exhibition and stand a chance to win prizes worth more than $150

Art Encounters returns in its fifth edition at Bugis. This year, the theme is The Petals Fall, Now and Then. It features a multi-sensorial installation by a London artist, Chloe Manasseh.

What’s impressive is that she completed the painting within 14 days!

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You will be greeted by the floral aroma of a home-grown fragrance brand in the installation as well.

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The vibrant colours of this exhibition will light up your Instagram feed and make a good photo spot as well!

The photos that you take can stand you a chance to win a Swing Spin Splash art workshop experience for two, worth more than $150.

Simply follow their Instagram @BugisJunctionxBugisPlus, tag them, upload your best photo and hashtag #BugisJunctionxBugisPlus.

The exhibition runs from now till 3 October 2021.

Address: Bugis+ Outdoor Plaza, 201 Victoria Street, Singapore 188067
Opening Hours: 11am–8pm daily

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Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations 2021 returns virtually, with fun activities awaiting you

Chinatown’s Mid Autumn Festival Celebration is back again! This year, it is special in view of the current Covid-19 situation.

From now onwards, you may visit the street light-up along New Bridge Road.

Chinatown is all decked out for the Mid-Autumn Festival, aglow with 900 lanterns and a towering centrepiece of Chang’e, the Chinese goddess of the moon, as seen in a photo taken on September 7, 2021.

Image from The Straits Times 

Despite reducing the scale of the event, there are other fun activities you can participate in virtually too!

Virtual Workshop: D.I.Y. Snowskin Mooncakes With Kele

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We all love snow skin mooncakes! Ever wondered how you can make your own?

Join in a guided step-by-step live interaction class and make your own pretty-looking Lychee Osmanthus Snowskin Mooncakes!

Each D.I.Y kit is retailing at just $14.90

360 Virtual Tour and Heritage Trail

Lanterns shaped like mooncakes and jade rabbits line the streets of Chinatown on September 7, 2021.

Image from The Straits Times 

Who says that tours have to be physical?

Introducing the virtual Heritage Trial, where the volunteers will bring you through the different places of interest in Chinatown! More information on this will be available soon.

Let this upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival be an unforgettable one!

Address for street light-up: Along New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street and South Bridge Road