With 19 ActiveSG gyms island-wide, it is easily accessible no matter where you live. To top the icing on the cake, when you sign up for a free ActiveSG membership, $100 in credit will be credited into your account upon verification. That equates to 40 free visits to the gym – isn’t this awesome? You … Continue reading At $2.50, ActiveSG is Singapore’s cheapest pay-per-use GYM!
Common Grill by Collins serves quality western food at relatively affordable prices. Situated at a coffee shop in Hougang, the stall even has its own cordoned off area just for the stall which makes you feel like you are eating at a restaurant. The menu is beautifully put together and the information is compiled nicely … Continue reading Quality Western Food by Common Grill @ Hougang
Image credit: Abang Gemuk Abang Gemuk opened on the 1st of October and when we visited it just 2 weeks after the opening, the coffee shop was packed with people waiting for their food! So many choices to choose from and at such an affordable price! After thinking for a long time we settled on … Continue reading Abang Gemuk serves yummy western food at Ang Mo Kio
Walking into Chinatown Complex, you will be greeted with a wide selection of hawker food. If you were already having a hard time choosing what to eat, it will still be a difficult choice to make even when you narrow it down to that specific dish. Take “Steam Fish Head” for instance, one of Chinatown … Continue reading Seng Kee 119 Steam Fish Head @ Chinatown
Hokkaido-ya is managed and owned by Japanese restaurant chain, Sushi Tei. The restaurant serves Hokkaido-inspired dishes mainly in three categories : donmono, noodles and salad. What makes this restaurant unique is the use of a kiosk to order and pay for food. While this method is not something new, it is not yet common in … Continue reading Hokkaido-ya @ Vivocity