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The Gym Pod: Singapore’s first 24 hour gym in a box opens

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Life is busy. Most of the time we can’t leave our desks because we’ve got so much work to complete.

Lunch break? Nah. We dabao our cai png to the office and eat with our eyes glued to the screen. Then we head home after a long day to sleep.

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That’s not really healthy. Where’re the three days of exercise per week Health Promotion Board recommends?

If it’s a matter of convenience, or you just feel embarrassed working out at a public gym, check this gym in a box out.

Photo Credits: The Gym Pod

The Gym Pod is Singapore’s first 24 hour automated container gym, located at Ayer Raja Crescent.

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This yellow metal box houses all the equipment you need to get that great workout. In it, you’ll find a treadmill, dumbbell rack and guided weight-plate-loaded bar (Smith Machine).

Photo Credits: The Gym Pod

You’ll be able to get your heart pumping and sweat flowing in the privacy of this little pod! No more worrying about hogging the machines or whether other gym goers are judging you (usually, no one is).

Even better, you can invite two friends along to maximise this workout space. The maximum capacity of the container is three people.

Photo Credits: The Gym Pod

All you’ve got to do is a book a slot on their website or mobile app (which will be launched soon). You’ll receive a unique passcode for the gym’s door, and you’re on your way to hopping on the gains train.

Photo Credits: The Gym Pod

It’s pretty affordable, with prices starting from $4.17 an hour. Check out their packages as well. We’re hoping this creative initiative takes off. We could all use a little more exercise.

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A chicken rice stall at Redhill is selling their chicken rice for $0.54 per plate for Singaporeans aged 54 & above

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This is the time of the year where all the National Day promotions start popping up everywhere.

We are sure that many people have been scarred by the one by Huawei (26 July, Friday) and we hope that this promotion will make things a little better for everyone.

On Saturday, 3 August 2019. OK Chicken Rice stall at Redhill will be selling their well-loved chicken rice for just $0.54 a plate in celebration of our nations 54th birthday.

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The catch here, similar to that of the Huawei promotion, is that you have to be a Singapore Citizen who is above the age of 54. But good news to everyone who isn’t above the age of 54: you still get to enjoy a 54% discount off all menu items.

Like every other promotion out there, this is available while stocks last and each customer is only entitled to one plate of chicken rice. So, we recommend that you head down early to snag yourselves a plate before it is all gone!

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OK Chicken Rice
Central Park Food Court, 3 Depot Close
TBC Building, #04-01
Singapore 109840
Opening Hours: 10am – 8pm
Nearest Station: Redhill

Photo credits: OK Chicken Rice

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Jollibee is finally open at Waterway Point and the queues are insane

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It is no secret that Singaporeans love their fried chicken, especially the ones from the famous Filipino fast-food chain, Jollibee.

When people heard that an outlet would be opening at Waterway Point on 18 July (Friday), you can bet that many people were pretty excited about the news.

And to show their enthusiasm, some people started queueing outside the store from as early as 7.30am.

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Jollibee snapped some pictures of the insane queues and shared them on Facebook to show everyone how well-loved their fried chicken is.

One reason for the long queues was that the first 100 people in the line were entitled to the very adorable Jollibee pillows. The lucky first 5 customers managed to walk away with the limited edition Jollibee Funko POP! Figurine.

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So, if you’re a fried chicken lover and you live near Waterway Point, you definitely need to check Jollibee’s new outlet out (maybe after the queues have died down)!

Address: 83 Punggol Central, Singapore 828763
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Punggol

Photo credits: Jollibee Singapore

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Famous Burger Joint Five Guys is opening an outlet in Singapore by end of 2019

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Queued 2 hours for Shake Shack but it didn’t quite make the cut? Fret not as you can look forward to sinking your teeth into another popular American burger joints burgers pretty soon.

Five Guys is slated to open an outlet at Plaza Singapura by the end of 2019 and they will most likely be situated near the main atrium at the ground level of the mall.

For those of you who have been living under a rock and do not know what Five Guys are, they essentially are a burger joint that specialises in outrageously juicy and lip-smackingly good burgers that are made from 100% freshly ground beef.

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The brand has 8 burgers on their menu which ranges from the classic Cheeseburger to the more sinful Bacon Cheeseburger.

One thing that makes Five Guys so popular is the fact that you are given the freedom to choose as many toppings as you please; from tangy relish to juicy grilled mushrooms, you’ll undoubtedly be spoilt for choice!

We are unsure if the Singapore menu will be the same as their American counterpart but we are sure that either way, it’ll taste amazing!

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