McDonald’s Singapore is offering free delivery for three days next week for orders made through its app, it said on Friday (20 April).
Chefs Audra Morrice, Bjorn Shen and Damian D’Silva are set to judge the upcoming Singapore edition of TV cooking competition MasterChef, it was announced on Wednesday (18 April). Morrice, who was a finalist in MasterChef Australia in 2012 and now runs a catering business in Sydney, said she was “incredibly excited” about the culinary contest coming to Singapore.
The inaugural Asia Game Festival (AGF) to be held in Singapore on 9 and 10 June this year will offer gamers a multifaceted experience, with the programme including e-sports, cosplay and anime music concerts.
Fast food chain KFC has launched a spicy version of its chicken fillets in Singapore and is also releasing a limited-edition Twister-style party game to go along with your meal.
Veteran Singaporean actress Zoe Tay recently marked her 30th anniversary in show business – and she celebrated with a sweet treat.
Entertainment and lifestyle magazines 8 Days and i-Weekly will stop their print editions by the end of September and continue publishing through only their digital platforms, said their publisher Mediacorp on Thursday (12 April).
Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore brings bi-weekly collections of stylish looks from the streets of Singapore. More street styles here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/tagged/singapura-street-styleFollow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
This weekend, Singapore fans of Swedish auteur Ingmar Bergman can congregate this week for the third installation of the Swedish Film Festival. Tea lovers are in for a treat, too, with a masterclass in tea blending by tea maker Victor Koh. Party animals can strut down to Sands SkyPark’s mega event, or celebrate Peaches Club’s relaunch. Art lovers will want to check out a new exhibition featuring Zai Kuning.
Singapore Bruno Mars fans, brace yourselves – your favourite singer might not be aware that our country separated from Malaysia in 1965. According to the Bruno Mars 24K Magic World tour website managed by Atlantic Records, Singapore is part of Malaysia.
A restaurant in Singapore has come up with crispy chicken rendang amid the culinary storm whipped up last week by judges on cooking show MasterChef UK who dared to suggest the existence of such a dish.
This week, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore profiles DJ Kimberly Wang, who hosts the radio show Get Up with Gerald & Kim on weekdays from 6am to 10am on 987FM. Get to know her beauty secrets and find out how you can improve your daily skincare and make-up regime.
If you ever wondered about the woman whom Singapore’s national flower Vanda Miss Joaquim is named after, this book is for you. Published by local publishing house Epigram Books, Agnes and her Amazing Orchid: How Vanda Miss Joaquim Became Singapore’s National Flower will be officially launched on Saturday (7 April) at the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Botany Centre. The launch of the children’s book – co-written by Linda Locke and James Wolf, and illustrated by Muhd Noh – coincides with the 125th anniversary of the Vanda Miss Joaquim.
Your love life may not be as exciting as Anastasia Steele but your hair can definitely be. More and more folks from runway fashionistas to even K-Pop celebrities are embracing the #grannyhairtrend, which means grey hair is here to stay, at least for a long while. If you are thinking of embracing your natural grey or convinced that you should go over to the grey side, here are our favourite 50 shades of grey you can dye your hair by hairstylists in Singapore.
Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore presents bi-weekly collections of stylish looks from the streets of Singapore. This week’s edition features both monochrome outfits and bold prints, as well as bright red pieces paired with more neutral clothes.More street styles here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/tagged/singapura-street-styleFollow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
The long Easter weekend ahead promises excitement and fun, from partying to old school hits to enjoying French performances and photography. If you are in the mood for an Easter egg hunt, BooksActually offers a different take on this classic. If you are feeling up for some intellectual discourse, the Malay Heritage Centre’s talk this weekend could be right up your alley.
Singaporean singer-songwriter JJ Lin made the first stop of his world tour, "Sanctuary" on 17 and 18 March at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai. The 36-year-old Lin performed 30 songs, including ”A Thousand Years Later” and "Brave New World", all while battling the flu. Lin was joined on stage by Canadian music producer, David Foster, who is also the tour director. The duo performed ”I Will Always Love You”, a song which Foster produced for the 1992 film, “The Bodyguard”. " Foster praised Lin, saying, “He has been sick for a few days now, but he still performs so well. It’s really impressive.” The three-hour concert ended with the song “Little Big Us”, which he dedicated to the fans who helped him to become the singer that he is today. He also performed hit songs ”River South” and “Twilight” during the encore segment of the concert. Lin's next concert stop is on 31 March at Chengdu. Details of his concert in Singapore have yet to be revealed. For more information on other stops in the world tour, read more here: Mandopop singer JJ Lin announces new tour with 16 stops including Singapore . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
A duo representing American media brand BuzzFeed recently tried Singapore McDonald’s food and were very impressed by the Asian flair of the dishes.
This week, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore profiles DJ Sonia Chew, who hosts the radio show ‘The Shock Circuit’ on weekdays from 4 to 8pm on 987FM. Get to know her beauty secrets and find out how you can improve your daily skincare and make-up regime. 1. How did you start your career as a DJ?
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Japan-based JILL STUART Beauty is launching in Singapore on 29 March at SEPHORA ION Orchard. Founded in Japan in 2005, the brand is best known for their embellished silver packaging and blushes which were inspired by the make-up styles of Japanese women. Their philosophy is “all for girls to be ‘kawaii’ (cute)”, and fans of the brand are known as 'Jill Girls'. Featured in their products are ingredients such as lavender oil, rosehip oil, wild rose and rosemary extracts. The full range of items that will be sold in Singapore include best-sellers such as the Mix Blush Compact, the Lip Blossom lipstick, the Ribbon Couture Eyes eyeshadow quads, and its latest product, the Loose Blush. From New York-based fashion designer Jill Stuart and the KOSE Corporation, the brand's products are also sold in China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Sea lovers, take note. National Geographic’s Ocean Wonders at the S.E.A. Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa is on now until 20 May. Learn about the fastest, largest and heaviest marine species at the Ocean Record Breakers exhibition, and see the newest marine addition, the Sand tiger sharks. Also, visitors pick up some photography tips and submit their Instagram-worthy pictures to the Marine Photography Adventure competition. For the kids, there is also the National Geographic Ocean Exploration Workshop, at both the Aquarium and the Maritime Experiential Museum, where they can learn how to be great explorers and understand more about ocean conservation. Since the museum re-opened in late 2017, five new zones have been added, including ‘Pirate Encounter’, 'Maritime Coin History', 'Ports of Call', 'Singapore Maritime Legacy' and ‘Learning to ‘Navigate’. The museum Is open daily from 10am to 7pm. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
You may have spotted this popular heritage snack at Malay food stalls around Singapore. Called Roti Boyan (Bawean), they are either shaped into round or square pastries and deep fried till golden brown. The filling is made of potatoes, onions, celery, spring onions, pepper, salt and egg mixed well together.
Halal food festival KB Live Fest was held over the weekend from 9 to 11 March at the D'Marquee at Downtown East. There were Ramly burgers, kebabs, burgers, Roti Johns and various savoury snacks. Sweet treats such as donuts, pancakes and corn-based drinks were also available. In addition to shopping deals from Singapore fashion brands, local music acts also performed during the three-day event. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
From now till 29 April, step into a 'TrollsTopia' at Universal Studio Singapore. Sing, dance and play along with ’Trolls’ characters, Princess Poppy and Branch, from the 2016 DreamWorks Animation film. Bring out your inner Troll at the 'Trollify Yourself' experience with face paint, temporary tattoos and the Trolls' signature hair-raising wigs. Catch prizes flying in the air while dancing at a glitter-filled party, ‘Glitterpalooza’, or try the virtual reality (VR) games, “VR Troll Art” and “VR Beat Feat”. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
The late legendary singer Teresa Teng will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 11 August in the form of a hologram. Teng, who passed away in 1995, is widely considered as one of the most famous singers ever in Asia who had a huge fan base in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Southeast Asia. The singer will be brought back to life for her concert in Singapore through the use of lights, laser, projection and video as well as special effects.