“Singapore isn’t boring – you just aren’t looking in the right places.”
Have you ever thought Singapore is boring? Of course you have. Or are you, perhaps, guilty of picking holes in the lack of things to do in Singapore? It’s okay, you’re forgiven, because it’s going to be different from now on.
In fact, there is much to discover around Singapore: from hipster hole-in-the-wall cafés to indie events and gigs to major festivals, the city is a veritable melting pot of cultures, with a nascent but distinctive social fabric beginning to emerge. Step out of your bubble and experience Singapore for what it really is, and you will slowly but surely find yourself falling in love with the Lion City.
Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, just open Sugar to discover awesome places nearby. You may – literally – stumble upon something new!
Thanks to Sugar, you can now discover an exciting place at inviting prices.
Champagne for $3.20; concert tickets for $5 – all sweet incentives to check out new places!
See something you like? Skim it to reduce the price!
Share the item on Whatsapp or social media and get your friends to help you get it at an even sweeter price!
There is only one of each item available a day.
Good things tend to run out quickly. But don’t fret – if it’s sold out, try again tomorrow or visit the place anyway! Support our Sugarmakers with or without a voucher!
WHO WE ARE
Sugar is an interactive city guide that seeks to encourage a culture of exploration in Singapore, and in so doing, help local small businesses get discovered.
We believe that independent local businesses are the backbone of the economy, and that they add colour and diversity to the social fabric of Singapore. Here are just some of the awesome places you can find on Sugar.
Would you like to get in touch with us?
Drop us a note and we’ll try to get back to you within 24 hours. If we somehow fail, it’s because we’re working hard to find more awesome places to feature on Sugar – we will contact you as soon as we can!
P.S. We can’t help with relationship problems or predict the future, but you can read about how Sugar is benefiting merchants here.