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When was the last time you took in the sights and sounds of nature in Singapore? While we are probably familiar with all the shopping districts in Singapore and have probably fully seen everything from Orchard Road to Bugis, our island nation has amazing pockets of nature reserves that are waiting for you to explore.
Even though Singapore is a small country, there’s a big number of things to do over the weekend! Whether you’re a nature buff, adrenaline junkie or simply want to spend a day being a tourist and discovering iconic sights, we’ve got you covered!
For those with kids, don’t worry – we have identified some family-friendly activities that are not only going to be fun for you but your little ones as well.
Ready to fill your weekends with fun and adventure? Read on to explore Singapore’s treasure trove of activities!
We have all heard by now that global warming is a problem and is causing havoc even in Singapore. We are talking about flash floods and an increase in the daily temperature, causing us to rush indoors too cool off under the aircon!
Thankfully, going green doesn’t have to be inconvenient! While joining green initiatives such as beach cleanups are great, we can easily incorporate various green-conscious habits into our daily lives – going green the hassle-free way.
Here are 7 easy ways you can be green-conscious and contribute to a greener Singapore and a more sustainable world!
What happens to our plastic wrappers and paper bags once we throw them into the bin? What do we do with that broken laptop that’s just sitting in the corner?
In Singapore, over 7.2 million tonnes of solid waste was generated in 2019 and of that amount, 2.95 million tonnes couldn’t be recycled! That’s a lot of waste that has to be managed and disposed of carefully and efficiently.
While we all can’t wait to holiday overseas, a local staycation is a great alternative to fulfil your inner wanderlust while relaxing in a familiar environment!
As of 28th July, 139 local hotels have received approval from the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to welcome guests to stay for leisure purposes, with the necessary safeguards in place to ensure their utmost safety.
As we celebrate 55 years of independence this National Day, let’s take a moment to remember some key milestones in our history. After all, Singapore has thrived during uncertain times and come a long way since its founding as a colony!
Through some of Singapore’s landmarks, we can appreciate and treasure our heritage as well as learn more about the challenging times we have gone through.
With the rise of working from home arrangements, many of us are getting used to enjoying our homely comforts such as air conditioning, but are you ready to handle a jump in your electric bill?Finding ways to save on our energy consumption is getting more common and the first step is to understand the types of appliances in our homes we frequently use that are energy guzzlers!
Have you ever been shocked by an electric bill? If you’re like most people, you’d just acknowledge the number and pay it at the end of the month.
But it’s high time to get wiser and learn how to calculate your electric bill and understand more about which appliances are contributing to the bulk of your electricity payments.