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7 Delectable Kids-friendly Halal Restaurants and Cafes in Singapore

Thankfully, it’s not that hard to find halal food in Singapore and what’s even better is that you can find a diverse range of Muslim-friendly cuisine, from tender steaks to flavorful Indian dishes, to indulge the foodie in you! Here’s our pick of 7 kids-friendly restaurants that are either halal-certified or Muslim-owned serving up some mouth-watering fares that you should check out!   1. Afterwit View this post on Instagram Get your hands full with some Mexican Inspired food during your foodie events. For enquiries contact us through email via ask@afterwit.sg #tbhgeats A post shared by Afterwit SG (@afterwitsg) on Aug 22, 2019 at 1:32am PDT Source: Afterwit/Instagram Taqueria refers to a restaurant specializing in tacos and tacos you can...

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Halloween 2019: A List of Kids-friendly Spooks & Parties Happening in Singapore

Fall is a time for taking a stroll along a stretch of picturesque trees in shades of red with a cup of spiced tea in your hand. If you’re anywhere else but in Singapore that is. However, since we’re not big on all that here, the next best thing to do in October has got to be enjoying Halloween! You don’t have to sit out on the fun if you have little ones because you’re worried it might be too intense for the tots, for there’s plenty of kids-friendly spooks happening around this little red dot! Here’s a list of all the fun and frightful Halloween parties around the island! Happy trick or treating to all monsters, little and big!...

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PSLE Marking Days 2019: 8 Unique Experiences in Singapore for the 4 Day Break!

PSLE Marketing Days 2019 is from 14 Oct to 17 Oct. Depending on your child's level, you may be preparing for the SA2 exam or if your child is in Primary 1 and 2, this is a 4 day break. Here's a good list of unique experiences in Singapore for everyone (because you will need a break from studying too)! This article is contributed by TripAdvisor, the worlds largest travel platform.  1. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve Attracting both locals and tourists alike, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve transports you out of the city and into the heart of nature. Explore the popular Bukit Timah Hill and make a detour to the lesser-known Hindhede Quarry, where you can lay out a picnic mat, some snacks...

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11 Best Support Groups In Singapore For First-Time Parents

This article was produced by Shopee (Credit: NeONBRAND / Unsplash) We understand that for many first-time parents, raising a child may be more challenging than expected and sometimes we just don’t know what to do or how to feel. When it comes to your baby, take no chances. Instead of Googling for misleading solutions, turn to support groups in Singapore for genuine advice! Many like-minded first-time parents share their experiences in online support groups in Singapore to help others who may be going through similar issues. These online support groups might just be what you need to tide you through new parenting woes! 1. Mother & Child Formed in 1994, Mother & Child is one of the most established support groups...

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7 Last Minute Gift Ideas to Impress Your Kids With this Children's Day

Tick Tock, Children’s Day is in just a few days! And if you left shopping for gifts till last minute and are now panicking because you've yet to actually get it done, panic no more, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s a list of easy and creative gifts for kids that you can assemble in a short time! 1. Craft Box Rather than just buying your little ones individual crayons and markers, you can put them together to create a fun craft box that they can experiment with. You can fill it with colorful crayons, markers, construction paper, glitter (if you’re going down this path, be prepared to see glitter everywhere, from your cups to your hair and ears!),...

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