The Singapore Zoo has revamped its elephant show to focus on exhibiting the animals’ natural behaviour instead of making them perform on command. Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS), which manages Singapore’s animal attractions, announced the new format on Friday (21 September), saying it was part of “continuing efforts to provide world class care for her animals through improved animal welfare”. The revised show will be launched on Saturday, which is Elephant Appreciation Day.
Prices of DHL Express shipments in Singapore will increase by 4.9 per cent on average in 2019, the delivery services giant announced on Friday (21 September).
The powerbanks' packaging had these words which seem to take a dig at Apple's new smartphones' battery capacity: "Here's a powerbank. You'll need it. Courtesy of Huawei."
Apple fans in Singapore finally got their hands on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max on Friday morning (21 September) at the flagship Apple Orchard Road store.
It seems that iPhone fans in Singapore are determined to get their hands on the latest iPhone models, despite the sky-high prices.
Fish & Co has regained its halal certification in Singapore after losing it in April this year, the restaurant chain said on Monday (17 September).
Here is Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s list of interesting activities happening this weekend, including a celebration of the craft beer movement in Singapore, a festival dedicated to tea lovers here, and a special farmer’s market.
Set in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan and South Korea respectively, each episode was filmed in the local language of the respective countries.
Singaporean actor Lawrence Wong has turned into a superstar in China with his role in the hugely popular period drama Story of Yanxi Palace as general Hai Lan Cha.
A 23-year-old actress-model has won the coveted title of Miss World Singapore 2018. Vanessa Peh emerged victorious against nine other finalists – as determined by judges’ scores and audience votes – in the beauty pageant held at Resorts World Theatre in Resorts World Sentosa on Friday (14 September).
The River Safari's giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia celebrated their birthdays on Friday (14 September) with bamboo cakes.
Here is Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s list of interesting activities happening this weekend including displays of eye-catching lanterns at Gardens by the Bay, a senior citizens festival, and a stand-up show by a duo of YouTube stars.
It appears that despite Taiwanese Mandopop star Jay Chou's recent holiday in Singapore, he's still not done sightseeing around our city – and he even managed to rope in fellow singer, Singaporean JJ Lin, as his tour guide too.
It's that time of year when Singapore's version of Japan's beautiful cherry blossoms are blooming again. Singaporeans are enjoying the pretty displays of the pink trumpet tree flowers, which are currently blooming all around the island on roadsides and in parks.
Visitors decked in cosplay attire arrived in resounding force at the Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC), which took place over the weekend (8 and 9 September) at the Marina Bay Sands Expo. Billed as the largest pop culture convention in Singapore, this year’s STGCC featured unique toy figures, comics from past and present, musical performances, and special guests which included Marvel comic artists David Finch and Mark Brooks. Malaysian pair Stefaan Fangman and Jonathan Goon, who were both dressed in the iconic Ghostbusters jumpsuits, said that they engage in cosplay mostly “for the people”.
Fast food chain KFC launched two Japanese-inspired menu items, the Tori Katsu Burger and Bonito Fries, on Monday (10 September).
This year's Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC) featured its first-ever Lego booth, which invited visitors to come together to build a 3m by 3m mosaic wall depicting a portrait of fictional boy wizard Harry Potter.
This year's Formula One Singapore Grand Prix will continue to feature Singapore Airlines (SIA) cabin crew as grid girls, despite the global race organiser saying the practice is outdated.
Organisers of a “sugar babies” themed party during the Singapore Grand Prix have pulled the event from a line-up of Formula One events due to the controversial nature of the sponsor Sugarbook, a dating platform catering to “sugar daddies”. Sugarbook’s party was originally part of the Singapore Tourism Board’s (STB’s) Grand Prix Season Singapore, a series of F1-themed events held outside of the race track during the Grand Prix period. The Malaysia-based sugar dating platform is one of the sponsors of the Sky Grande Prix, a five-night event at Grand Hyatt hotel organised by Singapore-based luxury lifestyle marketing agency and digital magazine Vanilla Luxury.
Zaibo has been hospitalised since Monday (3 September). Malaysian actor Zainal Ariffin Abdul Hamid, best known in Singapore for his work in popular local sitcom Under One Roof, has been diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer. The 62-year-old, who is also known as Zaibo, played Yusof, a mee rebus stall owner who is the husband of Rosnah, in the hit comedy series on Channel 5 which ran from 1995 to 2003.
Here is Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore’s list of some of the top activities this weekend. These include a celebration of pop culture, a Japanese sports and cultural event, and an escape room challenge.
Popular homegrown chain Qiu Lian Ban Mee has announced a line of instant noodle products, complete with soup base and sauces.
Actor Daren Tan (fourth from left) with his pregnant wife Nadia Lum (third from left) and family at their baby’s gender reveal party. Singaporean actor-singer Daren Tan and his wife, Malaysian doctor Nadia Lum, are having a baby girl. The couple announced the gender of their baby after they held a “bumblebee-themed” gender reveal party with their family members in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.
The Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention (STGCC) is set to return this weekend with unique toy figures, exciting games and cosplay plus special guest appearances.