Lifestyle & Hobbies, Travel & Entertainment

These wallpapers, decals, and decors are perfect for peeps who miss travelling

Tres Tintas Paris

While borders are slowly reopening for business travellers and official travel, restrictions for leisure travel probably won’t be lifted so soon. If you’re an avid traveller, we feel you. For those who are dying to travel, these wallpapers and decals are a great visual reminder that the pandemic will be over one day. When that time arrives, we will be able to explore the world again! #1: Above The Clouds Price: S$95 / sqm Are you a window-, middle-, or

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Transport & Motoring, Travel & Entertainment

Malaysian Prime Minister hopes that Singapore and Malaysia would finalize arrangements regarding daily commuting

Singapore-Malaysia border

In a Facebook post on Thursday (Sep 3), Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said together with Singapore’s High Commissioner to Malaysia Vanu Gopala Menon, the two discussed the implementation of the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) and Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA) at the Singapore-Malaysia border, which began from Aug 17. Both have agreed that the execution of the two schemes have been generally smooth and effective. “We also reaffirmed the commitment to ensure movement of many people across our borders will

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Travel & Entertainment

Travel to Brunei: 5 top-rated Airbnb rentals from S$35 you can book for your upcoming trip

Homey bungalow for six persons

Unless you live in a cave or away from social media, it’s impossible to not know the updates to Singapore’s travel advisory. Yesterday (Aug 21), we wrote about how the current travel advisory to defer all travel abroad will be updated to allow general travel to Brunei and New Zealand. But a spokesman for New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade said on Saturday (Aug 22) that although it is aware of Singapore’s plans to ease travel restrictions for

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Travel update: Visitors from Brunei and New Zealand entering Singapore will not need to serve stay-home notice from Sep 1

Travellers in masks

Since Jun 18, travellers from Australia (excluding Victoria State), Brunei Darussalam, Macao, Mainland China, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam can serve their 14-day stay-home notice at their own place of residence upon entering Singapore. The Ministry of Health (MOH) updated today (Aug 21) that travellers coming to Singapore from Brunei and New Zealand from Sep 1 will not be required to serve a stay-home notice but will take a COVID-19 test upon arrival instead. “Amongst these low-risk

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Travel & Entertainment

5 must-watch movies showing in cinemas this week (from 13 July)

Movie Release July 2020

With a long wait of over three months, Singapore residents can finally step into their favourite theatres to catch a new release from 13 July (Monday). Cinemas are reopening! But of course, not without stringent measures. A maximum of only 50 people will be allowed into the cinema halls. There will also be a 1m safe-distancing seat configuration. If you’re visiting with a group of more than five persons, you may be able to sit together. But mask-wearing will still

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