Check out the Night Fest happening from 18 August to 26th!
And guess what, it’s all FREE!! Well, except for some venues it’s free but with one drink purchase cause it’s a bar of sorts. But mostly free! Lots of art performances and oh hey GrappleMax is having a show too! Ok, I’m biased, it’s cause it is FREE I want you all to watch because wow, ok I did go to their showcase before and it is entertaining (plus I also tried out their sessions).
You get more info here. Or just put it in your calendar that it’ll be on 24 Aug & 25 Aug, 7pm – 7.30pm, 9.15pm – 9.45pm at SMU, The Pit.
They’re entertaining and work hard to put up their performances so, catch a show.
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There are 13 episodes of VR Man. If you don’t know what or who VR Man is, he’s the first Singaporean Superhero on channel 5 premiering in 1998. This post isn’t going to be a listicle like everyone else trying to talk about. Bla bla ohohoh VR Man so funneee, ha ha hee hee ho ho.
This post is going to be a review of each episodes because I AM ABLE TO WATCH IT AND WELL, it’s actually not as bad as what everyone remembered or perceived it to be. If you ever want to watch this, go petition to Mediacorp or something. Go FB/Tweet/Email them to bring it back onto Toggle. Heck, I bet a lot of people will actually get onto Toggle and increase their KPIs or something.
I’m going to split each episode into 2 parts because oh man. It is so wild.
Not as wild as Singapore’s NDP but wild enough because you guys.Â You guys, I wish you could just watch it for yourselves to see. I’m not going to be a pirate and upload the episodes somewhere, so yeah, go ask Mediacorp.
I can’t fit all my comments and screenshots for one epi in one post but here we go. PART ONE.
Get on wifi. There’s gonna be a ton of pictures. The first episode is when they try to pack in all info of the characters since I watched the other episodes and it feels “faster”.
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Pesta Ubin 2017 was on 15 and 16 July and I wanted to go to it at least once since I kept putting it off for the previous years.
This year would be the year I woke up and actually headed there for the festival.
To head to Pulau Ubin, I went to Changi Point Ferry Terminal nearby Changi Village and pretty much got my money ready. It’s $3 per trip (from the time of my post) to get there so please haveÂ exact change.
If you guys are wanting to have an Ubin adventure, don’t forget to keep some cash since there’s no ATMs on the island (that I know of). And no, you don’t need a passport to get to Ubin. You just need 12 people to fill up the boat or if you’re impatient, pay the captain $36 all by yourself.
Once I reached there, I finally got to try the famous Ubin lontong. It’s just to the left of the boardwalk after you’ve reached Ubin.
I call this a success since I reached there around 10am andÂ yes, it is so rich (lemak) and the sambal was hot (pedas) but not overwhelming. Paired with justÂ teh, this was a good start of my Ubin adventure.
I wanted to geocache but realized I totally needed gloves for some of the places and there were too many people around so I hecked that and went on with the festivities for the day instead.
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