Ah, virtual reality; the technology that transports you to imaginative worlds with just a simple headset. With the advent of VR in recent years, more and more companies are embracing the technology to create new immersive platforms beyond mere gameplay. Just take HeadRock VR for instance, an all-new theme park that fully utilises the power of VR for a larger-than-life escapade unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

Set to be Singapore’s first and largest virtual reality theme park, this next-level digital attraction is the latest brainchild of Korean production house Mediafront and will be making its highly-anticipated debut on 17 November at Resorts World Sentosa. 

Adrenaline junkies are sure to get a kick out of the 11 thrilling rides available – from plunging into molten lava from a height of more than 1000 metres on the Flying Dive, to navigating extreme river rapids on the crowd-favourite Jungle Rafting. Or if you’re up for something more adventurous, hop on a dog sled as you brave through a snowy storm blizzard on the Storm Blizzard.

More reason to make a trip down to HeadRock VR? If you’re a fellow K-popper, you’d be surprised to know that BIGBANG’s Seungri serves as the franchise’s Creative Director and will also be in town to grace the official launch event. This marks the enterprising star’s first foray into the IT sector, having already owned several flourishing businesses under his belt including a rapidly-expanding Japanese ramen chain, a luxury lounge bar and an EDM music label.

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Attraction tickets priced from $35 to $65 are available for purchase on SISTIC. Early bird passes with a 15% discount are also up for grabs from 17 November to 16 December.

HeadRock VR is located at 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-38/39, opens daily from 10am to 8pm (last admission at 7pm).

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5 New Bubble Tea Stores To Get Your Boba Fix In Singapore

12 Nov 2018 by Chong Xin Yi

Over the years, we’ve seen bubble tea stores come and go – from the good ol’ days of Sweet Talk, to big-name chains like KOI, Gong Cha and LiHo taking over the BBT game. And it seems like the craze is here to stay, with plenty of up-and-coming brands springing up on our sunny island in recent months. If you’re looking to switch up your go-to order, here are five new alternatives to get your boba fix from.


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HEYTEA needs no introduction. Touted as the OG creator of cheese tea, the highly-raved Chinese tea connoisseur has finally made its way to Singapore and opened to much fanfare the past weekend. Aside from their specialty tea offerings, you can also get your hands on their Singapore-exclusive ice cream flavours such as Durian Ice Cream ($4.80) and Salted Egg Yolk Ice Cream ($4.80). Just be prepared to join in the queue – it’ll be worth it.

Address: ION Orchard Mall #B4-29, Singapore 238801
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon to Sun)


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If fruit teas are your cup of tea, look no further than TaiGai. Originating from Shenzhen, the novelty tea brand has recently set up their first ever overseas outlet in Singapore this September. Come for its exotic floral-scent teas, but stay for their signature Fruity Milky Kiss series – a refreshing combination of fresh blended fruits and milk cheese that are equal parts sweet, creamy and velvety. For starters, go for their best-selling Strawberry Pulpy Kiss ($6.80) which comes topped with a strawberry-blended milk cheese crown that will have you smitten at first sip.

Address: NEX Serangoon #B2-34, Singapore 556083
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon to Sun)

Bober Tea

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Located conveniently in the heartlands of Bishan, Bober Tea is an artisan bubble tea joint famed for its colourful array of Instagrammable concoctions. Not to be missed is the Brown Sugar Fresh Milk ($3.80), which is delightfully complemented by their 65 degrees brown sugar coated pearls. Oh, and did we mention how adorable their takeaway packaging is? You can walk away with these cute carriers, or get your drinks dabao-ed in their reusable Buber Bottles. Talk about saving the environment, one bottle at a time!

Address: 200 Bishan Road #01-01, Singapore 579827
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon to Sun)


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If you fancy a healthier option to your regular cheese tea, consider giving Muyoo a shot. The homegrown label offers a selection of fruit-based beverages that come topped with their iconic Cheese Cloud, which is said to be made from naturally derived milk powder instead of artificial creamer. At their newest concept store situated outside of Bedok Mall, it also incorporates a bakery serving up fresh breads and pastries in addition to their beverage offerings.

Address: Bedok Mall #01-94, Singapore 467360
Opening hours: 9am – 11pm (Mon to Sun)

Answer Tea

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Have a question you don’t have an answer for? Answer Tea may be able to help you out. Simply write your questions on the cup holder and you’ll get your answer printed (it’s edible ink – don’t worry!) on top of the froth of your drink of choice. If you’re here for the ‘gram, we highly recommend the Lemon Butterfly Milk Tea (from $4.20) which has a gorgeous blue hue derived from butterfly pea flowers.

Address: Dhoby Ghaut MRT #B2-06, Singapore 238889
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon to Sun)

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Have you tried any of these new bubble tea shops? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Heading for a vacay soon? You may want to make a trip down to the first-ever Travel Pawn Shop pop-up, happening from 16 to 18 November at Bugis+ Atrium.

With the holiday season just right around the corner, it’s hard not to be struck by the wanderlust bug, especially with all your friends spamming Instagram with their envy-inducing travel photos – whether it’s of them posing along the scenic streets of Tokyo, or discovering authentic Thai eats in Bangkok. And our good friends at Klook know exactly how important such experiences are to the Instagram generation of today, which is why they launched an entire Travel Pawn Shop to help you create memories of a lifetime.

So how does it work? Think of it as a traditional pawn shop – but instead of trading in items like expensive jewellery and luxury watches, you’re required to put up your old travel snaps on Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #klooktravelpawnshop in exchange for a pawn ticket, which allows you to redeem a mystery experience at any of these five destinations: Japan, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan and Hong Kong.



This means Klook can take you from a Go-kart experience down the streets of Akihabara in Tokyo, to exploring the bustling Jiufen district in Taipei. And these are just a portion of the 10,000 experiences you can expect to receive over the course of three days at the Klook pop-up. If the selected destinations are not in your travel bucket list, you can choose to opt for Klook credit which can be used for more than 250 destinations.

In addition, visitors can also look forward to hourly flash deals on high-demand activities such as Universal Studios Japan, Everland and Ocean Park over the weekend from 2pm to 6pm. Now it’s time for you to give your friends some serious travel envy!

Klook Travel Pawn Shop will be taking place from 16 to 18 November, 10am to 10pm at Bugis+ Atrium. RSVP here!

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Clear your calendars and get hyped for the diverse lineup of events happening this November. From international headlining acts to immersive cultural fests, there’s almost something to get excited for every week!



The annual Singapore Writers Festival returns for another 10 days of literary excitement with the theme of 界(jiè). Meant to reflect on the current world order and the universe we live in, join local and international authors to explore multiple possibilities of reading, writing and living through panel discussions, workshops, masterclasses and performances.

Tickets from $25, visit Singapore Writers Festival for more information.



Experience a unique and totally adorable Christmas with Disney Tsum Tsum at Gardens by the Bay. Meet Mickey Mouse and his Tsum Tsum pals as they prepare to celebrate the festive season in a field of poinsettias, conifers and winter blooms at the Flower Dome. Don’t forget to snap that mandatory photo in front of the special Disney Tsum Tsum-themed Christmas tree for your ‘gram!

Tickets from $12, visit Gardens by the Bay for more information.



Join K-pop outfit WINNER at their first ever solo concert in Singapore! Known for their infectious tropical house-inspired tunes such as ‘Really Really’, ‘Every Day’ and ‘Fool’, you’re in for a high-octane weekend ahead at their 2018 Everywhere Tour.

Tickets from $148, visit SISTIC for more information.



Mega pop diva Mariah Carey will be bringing her extensive catalog of number one hits to Singapore for a one-night only concert. With her distinct five-octave vocal range, get ready to spend an unforgettable night with the powerhouse legend.

Tickets from $88, visit Apactix for more information.



YG fam, where y’all at? The fun ain’t over yet – after belting your hearts out to WINNER tracks, leave it to iKON to get the party started as the seven-member group return to Singapore for their 2018 Continue Tour. Following their long-awaited comeback with ‘Goodbye Road’ as part of their latest EP New Kids: The Final this October, the boys are set to bring the house down as they take to the stage with hits like ‘Love Scenario’, ‘BLING BLING’ and more.

Tickets from $148, visit SISTIC for more information.



If you are an EDM fan, this is one concert you won’t want to miss. As part of the Asian leg of the Norwegian DJ’s Kids In Love tour, Kygo’s first headlining show is set to get the crowd jumping to dancefloor-ready bangers like ‘It Ain’t Me’, ‘Stranger Things’ and the titular track of his latest album, ‘Kids in Love’.

Tickets from $148, visit Sports Hub Tix for more information.



Having made waves in the music scene since 2016 with the release of his highly successful single ‘Location’, rising star Khalid will soon be visiting our sunny shores to charm us with his soulful blend of R&B and pop anthems including ‘Young Dumb & Broke’, ‘Love Lies’ and ‘Silence’.

Tickets from $108, visit SISTIC for more information.



Catch live performances from renowned musicians like Yuna and Peking Duk, dance to your heart’s content at Silent Disco Asia, or if you’re looking to get crafty, you can participate in the array of hands-on workshops available. With an incredible lineup of international and local acts to look forward to, this year’s installment of Neon Lights offers a little something for everyone.

Tickets from $99, visit Neon Lights for more information.



We all know that Charlie Puth is an incredibly talented musician, so there’s really no doubting his live prowess. Two years after his last show in Singapore as part of his Nine Track Mind Tour, the ‘See You Again’ singer will be back to delight fans once again with songs from his first entirely self-produced effort, Voicenotes.

Tickets from $88, visit Apactix for more information.



Promising to be yet another exciting event, this year’s SGIFF brings you over 103 films across different genres and presentations from 44 countries around the world. Festival-goers can expect a mix of favourite films celebrating their anniversary this year, as well as feature films that will be making their premiere. As an added bonus, several notable directors and cast will also be in attendance to present their works to the audience.

Tickets from $12, visit Singapore International Film Festival for more information.



Calling all anime fans: come celebrate 10 years of Japanese pop culture at C3 Anime Festival Asia Singapore! Catch your favourite anisong acts at I Love Anisong 2018 and see your beloved anime characters brought to life by notable star cosplayers. You will also get the chance to witness the preliminaries of The World Cosplay Summit 2019 Singapore, where our best cosplayers compete to win a chance to represent the country at the finals in Nagoya.

Tickets from $15, for festival access, visit C3 AFA for more information.

All psyched for November? Tell us which event are you most excited for in the comments below!

As any other Singaporean, we’re all too familiar with the feeling of going green with envy after checking out your friends’ wanderlust-inducing vacation pictures at cold-weather countries on Instagram. But hey, who says you can’t experience winter in sunny Singapore? You can now can get your winter fix amidst the icy surrounds of The Rink, right smack in the middle of JCube!

Now that the exams are done and dusted for most, what better way to reward yourself for all the hard work than an ice-skating sesh with your fellow classmates? Located at the heart of JCube, The Rink is the perfect place to beat the heat and enjoy a fun day on ice – all while burning off some serious calories. For those who have yet to check out The Rink, here are some fun facts to break the ice (pun intended).

#1 It’s Olympic-worthy

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You’ll feel like an Olympic athlete twirling on this expansive rink. Equipped with a 460-seat gallery spanning across two levels, The Rink is touted as Singapore’s first and only Olympic-sized ice skating rink. In numbers, it measures a whopping 1,800 square metres – which makes it the ideal location to host international tournaments for ice sports such as ice hockey, figure skating and ice curling. Don’t be surprised to see skating pros showing off their complex moves and dazzling routines every once in a while!

#2 Skating rink by day, disco by night

If you fancy adding a little more pizzazz to your ice skating experience, head down to The Rink at night – the real fun begins when the sun sets! On Fridays and Saturdays from 9.45pm to 11.45pm, watch as the space transforms into an all-out disco party. Cue in colourful flashing lights and dancefloor-ready tunes as you skate the night away.

#3 Better yet, host your own party here!

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Why go to overcrowded parties when you can book an entire function room to hold your very own private ice skating party? For those who are keen on hosting a birthday party, a weekend class gathering or an alumni reunion, The Rink offers a party package at $35 per pax (10 to 50 pax) for a two-hour slot, which comes with skating boots and even a party host. Drop the team an email at [email protected] to book your party!

This post was brought to you by JCube.

The Rink is located at JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1 #03-11, Singapore 609731. For more information, head over to www.therink.sg

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