HOW WE'VE BEEN ENJOYING THE SMART LIFE
Planning a trip overseas is fun, but it can also get messy and even be a hassle. But it's possible to use free apps to neatly organise your travel plans. Here's a guide to how we planned a holiday using TripIt and Google MyMaps.
TripIt helps you conveniently plan your holiday itinerary, while Google MyMaps lets you set out your travel plans visually on a map. We review TripIt and Google MyMaps to show you how you can travel smarter!
Good and cheap Thai food at an accessible location? We tried the boat noodles (a small bowl costs $1.90!) and Bah Mee (crab meat noodles) at Gu Thai Noodle Cafe. You can even get 1-for-1 for a main course if you have the Entertainer app! Read our review of this great supper location.
Here's our gift to you, a creative gift idea that has a variable price for whatever budget you need! We created an "easy umami kit" for $15, consisting of delicious ready-to-eat components that taste even better combined!
Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory, famous for their ever-popular Salt & Camembert Cookies, have opened a branch in Singapore. We tried their signature Cow Cow Sundae, consisting of soft serve ice cream, a Salt & Camembert Cookie and a slice of Milk Cheesecake.
We review the Google Pixel 2, which we bought to use for at least 2 years, as ordinary people - who will use this as our only phone for a long period of time. Read on to see why we think it's the best Android (and possibly overall?) smart phone experience.
Bistro November is a unique, concept "pop up" restaurant that closes at the end of November 2017. We review their set menu brunch on 12 November 2017. The date is significant because they serve a different set meal everyday, according to the chef's fancy!
We ate Butter Beer and Butterscotch ice cream with charcoal waffles at FATCAT Ice cream bar, as well as a unique cold brew coffee that was steeped in strawberries and Valrhona chocolate. Read our review of their buttery delights!