McDonald’s Singapore Ramadan advertisement has been receiving kudos for depicting one of its delivery riders who is working and showing acts of kindness to customers and strangers on the road during the fasting month. The video, which was posted last week, shows the rider carrying out his meal deliveries and wearing a smile despite fatigue setting in as the day wears on.
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French sporting retailer Decathlon is set to open its largest store in Kallang after inking a collaboration with national sports agency Sports Singapore (SportSG).
Ice cream brand Island Creamery shut its original branch at Serene Centre yesterday (21 May) as it began moving the outlet to its new location in Holland Village. The home-grown ice cream parlour announced the news on their Facebook page on 15 May, writing: “Hi all, we will be relocating from Serene Centre to 19 Lorong Liput at Holland Village during the week of 21 May 2018. The outlet in Bukit Timah was one of the first ice cream parlours in Singapore to sell premium ice cream featuring local flavours such as Teh Tarik and Pineapple Tart.
This year’s Geylang Serai bazaar continues to offer a wide range of food items, from traditional foods such as tahu sumbat and beef kebab to the non-traditional items such as the rendang beef slider and handcrafted Swedish meatballs. Despite an overwhelming presence of hipster food stalls at Ramadan bazaars, there are still vendors selling traditional foods for those seeking nostalgic delights. Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore sussed out the nosh on offer, both the hip and the heritage.
American rock band Guns N’ Roses are set to embark on the Asian leg of their tour Not in This Lifetime this November but Singapore won’t be one of the stops. The band will perform in Indonesia (8 Nov), the Philippines (11 Nov), Malaysia (14 Nov), Taiwan (17 Nov), China (20-21 Nov) and United Arab Emirates (25 Nov), according to their announcement on social media on Saturday (May 19). In February last year, the band behind hits like Sweet Child O’ Mine, Patience and Paradise City played their first ever concert in Singapore in which fans slammed the concert’s promoter for its poor organisation.
Fast food chain KFC will introduce the Pockett Bandito Trio, a menu item compromising of three new Pockett Bandito flavours, available from Wednesday (23 May).
BTS debuted their new single Fake Love off their latest album Love Yourself: Tear at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday (20 May). The South Korean band also took home the Top Social Artist Award for the second year running, beating the likes of Ariana Grande and Shawn Mendes.
From spending the day with your family at the Padang, to enjoying animated films hailing from France, there is something for everyone this weekend.
CLEO Singapore magazine crowned 24-year-old marketing student Ng Zi Xuan the winner of CLEO Most Eligible Bachelors 2018 on Friday night (18 May).
A host of Malaysian celebrities will be making appearances at events in Singapore in celebration of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Take a look at who will be appearing at CelebFest Ramadhan held at Suntec Convention Centre Hall 401-402 (18-20 May, 10am to 10pm) and the grand opening of Our Tampines Hub’s Hari Raya Bazaar (19 May, 7.30pm) this weekend.
A cultural heritage race organised by Geylang Serai Community Club has drawn criticism from netizens days before the event on Sunday (20 May) over rules that were said to be overly stringent.
Tiong Bahru Bakery has started serving the Afternoon Three Sum, an East-West take on dim sum served in three tiers that incorporates both local and French flavours. French goodies can be found in the second tier, with popular delicacies such as a zesty lemon curd sprinkled with calamansi zest and a Valrhona dark chocolate tart set in a buttery crust filled with dulce de leche included. Tiong Bahru Bakery is one of the first French bakeries in Singapore and offers a range of pastries and artisanal bread.