Give a new lease of life to your unwanted goods and brighten up someone else’s day. Donating your pre-loved stuff is a great way to make a difference in the lives of the less privileged, while reducing the strain on the environment and even on your purse strings through clothing swaps. Our guide lists 14 places where you can donate your gently used clothes, shoes, books and even household appliances and furniture.
Food is one of the basic requirements of sustaining life. Then, isn’t it a tragedy that some have none and others have surplus that they think nothing of before wasting? Organisations like Food Bank Singapore work towards getting your surplus to those who need it. And this festive season, let’s think beyond just our surplus and help the less fortunate by gifting essentials like groceries. So pick a cause that resonates with you and give the gift of food.
With Diwali (or Deepavali) just around the corner, Indian sweets and special menus are a big draw. Indulgent and celebratory, these special Diwali menus and Diwali mithais leave no stone unturned to appease your taste buds. Here we pick out the healthier and fancier options, truly some of our favourites! So ditch the ordinary and celebrate the Festival of Lights this year with these Deepavali Delights – Diwali Menus and Diwali Sweets that are on offer around town in Singapore.
Be it shopping or eating, Orchard Road is full of gems that draws shopaholics and food-lovers alike. For the vegetarians and vegans too, there is ample to choose, here’s some of the best Vegetarian and Vegan Food on Orchard Road. From exclusively veg restaurants to mainstream ones, these places let you dine without inhibitions.
Listen up vegans; there is more to rejoice this year with not one but two vegan festivals scheduled to be held in Bali this year. This year marks the 4th edition of the Bali Vegan Festival at Ubud and the 1st edition of the Bali Vegan Festival at Canggu. Even if you aren’t vegan, this is a great chance to learn about the ethical, health andRead Now
A flavourful vegan journey into the street food of Thailand! At Long Chim, internationally acclaimed, award-winning chef David Thompson offers traditional Thai street food with contemporary flavours. For the occasion, the celebrity restaurant shall curate a special Vegetarian / Vegan Menu with Starters, Salad, Mains and Dessert. Wash down your food with a Thai Iced Tea, or choose to pair it with Vegan-friendly Wine. That’s not all! We’ll start theRead Now
Being vegan is no more a reason to stay away from buttery treats for Singapore now has a host of wonderfully rich options for Dairy-Free Butter Alternatives, Vegan Spreads and Nut Butters. About just as lip-smacking as the real deal, these are healthier and ethical too. Make shopping easier with this handy list of dairy-free and lactose-free butters, butter substitues, vegan spreads, available in Singapore.
Looking for kid-friendly restaurants that are also vegetarian-friendly? These 15 restaurants rise up to the challenge to prove that being kid-friendly and vegetarian-friendly can be mutually inclusive. So here are 15 Kid-friendly Restaurants in Singapore that are also Vegetarian-Friendly. Not only do these eateries have play grounds or play areas for the kids, they also have a good selection of vegetarian dishes on their menus. So, Eat, Play, Enjoy!
Açai! The wonder berries with a truckload of health benefits; a superfood that also tastes awesome! Also called purple gold, these delicious Açai berries that are are packed with antioxidants, fibre, omega-3 fatty acids and even calcium, have taken the health world by storm. Almost like an ice cream, served as a smoothie, or bowls of pureed açai, topped with the most delicious add-ons make it the go to choice of many fitness conscious people and also those who love to embrace the latest food trends. Dig into this wonder food with our pick of the Best Açai Bowls in Singapore.
Why limit yourself to a watering hole on the ground when you can have your pick of the most glitzy rooftop bars commanding gorgeous views of the city’s skyline? So here folks, is a list of over 20 of Singapore’s best Rooftop Bars (in no particular order). O yeah, and the tipples there are pretty awesome too!