“I was getting death threats, I felt unsafe, and there was absolutely nothing I could do because people were using the law as a justification to be cruel towards me.”
“People are realising that skating is not just delinquency and that it is a sport that actually requires skill. Skaters don't mean harm, they don't want to destroy anyone's property.”
The ban follows an increase in the number of accidents and riders caught using rides that do not comply with government regulations.
When they tell people they are farmers, their first reaction is usually “Oh, there are farms in Singapore?”
From getting lit at pre-drinks, cabbing to the club, and getting late-night food, we paired the trajectory of moods from a night out to alcohol types.
E-scooters are generally a yuppie or hipster thing in many parts of the world but in Singapore, it’s a high-speed subculture’s vehicle of choice.
New Study Says Singapore Is the ‘Smartest City’ in the World, but Ranks Other Southeast Asian Cities at the Bottom
The city-state leads in both reliable infrastructure and technology for residents.
The government started implementing the law today.
The Brass Lion Distillery aims to blend workshops, tastings and an all-around hands-on experience when it comes to their original gin.
Mustafa Centre is eight floors of practically everything, including cheap beauty products.
From mental health to LGBTQ Rights and racial discrimination, indie publications run by Singapore’s youth do not back down from talking about controversial issues.
Peranakan food comes from generations of mixing cultures, and the outcome is a delicious fusion of Asian palettes.