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5 Places Still Offering Home Delivery for Cakes this Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day right upon us and Circuit Breaker measures in place, getting a cake to celebrate the great women in your life might be a little hard. But then, what’s a celebration without cake? That’s why we’ve scoured deep to bring you these 5 places that are still offering home delivery for cakes this Mother’s Day! 1. LeVeL33 Source: LeVeL33 Operating hours: Mon – Sun | 12 pm – 8 pm Price Range: $12 - $58 Delivery: Free for orders $80 and above (within 500m radius: Free | beyond 500m radius: $15) In addition to meals, groceries, and meal-kits, you can also get your cakes and desserts delivered from LeVeL33, an urban microbrewery located in the penthouse of the...

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(UPDATED) Singapore School Holidays 2020 | Public Holidays and Long Weekends

As parents, we often need to plan our work and leave around the children's schedule, so here's an easy-to-use list of School Holidays, Public Holidays and Long Weekends in 2020 to help create your next family memory! Now you know when the kids have no school, and when to take leave for maximum long weekends!  *Updated with Circuit Breaker changes + Polling Day, as at 23 June 2020.  Download the full PDF version here.  Click to jump straight to: School Holidays | Public Holidays | Long Weekends School Holidays The major travel period of every school going kid. Below is a summary of the dates for the Pri & Sec school holidays.  March School Hols: 14 Mar - 22 Mar 2020June School...

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One Day in Singapore | 3 Different Itineraries with the Best Things to Do

Source Singapore may be reputed to be small and expensive and if you agree with that then you still have much to explore in Singapore! 1. Recoup with All Things Nature MacRitchie Reservoir/Source Itinerary #1 Morning – Set off on the nature trails at MacRitchie Reservoir Afternoon – Lunch at Habitat Coffee Evening – Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park What better place to mingle with Mother Nature’s finest than at MacRitchie Reservoir. Don on a pair of comfortable shoes and set off on a scenic nature trail in the morning. While you’re there, make the best of your trip and hike up to the Tree Top Walk where a magnificent sight will greet you. It’s quite like the feeling of standing...

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Festivals Celebrated in Singapore | Apr – Jun

Living in a diverse city-state like Singapore, you get to celebrate and enjoy an array of festivals. While the festivities may be put on hold at the moment due to COVID-19, the significance of the celebrations do not disappear. So why not instead take this time to educate your little ones about the festivals celebrated in Singapore? Here are the festivals celebrated in Singapore from April to June to help you out! 1. Earth Day When: 22 Apr 2020 Source: PAP Community Foundation   Earth Day is celebrated annually on 22 Apr, not only in Singapore but around the world as well. It was first celebrated in 1970 in the United States to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Today, over...

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Entertaining the Kids with Coloring Mats in SG | What are they and where to get them?

Coloring is an excellent quiet activity for children, the other benefits include reducing anxiety, improving motor skills and focus. Reusable coloring mats allow you to do it again and again! Coloring mats are great items to use as a quiet activity for the kids. Maybe you need the kids to keep still at the restaurant, or be entertained while travelling, or just to keep them quiet at home.  The alternative might be to use paper but that means bringing along lots of paper while colouring mats are usually made by silicon and that allows it to be easily folded for bringing it out of the house and can be washed and re-use again (think of the trees too)! But what are the...

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