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  • Where to chill in Singapore?

    Always find the humid hot weather in Singapore unbearable?

    In need of cool shady places in Singapore where you can chill and lepak with your friends?

    Here are some of the places you can head to with your friends:

    1) City Plaza

    In need of a shopping therapy over the weekend? Always found Bugis Street to be too hot for some shopping? Fret not, as we offer you another alternative. In case some of you all might not know, situated conveniently near Paya Lebar mrt station, City Plaza is another alternative to Bugis Street. Consisting of five floors in the shopping mall, it offers a wide range of cheap, affordable and stylish clothing to cater to different types of fashion. Furthermore, it is also air conditioned throughout the whole shopping mall, so you and your friends can shop comfortably despite the hot and humid weather in Singapore. There are also a few shady places around City Plaza where you and your friends can have a picnic session and chill under.

    2) Golden Mile Complex

    If you are a fond lover of Thai Culture, be sure to visit Golden Mile Complex as the shopping mall offers thai eateries, thai clothing stores and even a Thai supermarket (situated at Beach Road Mall). So if you are intending to try some thai dishes or try something different from the typical Singaporean food, be sure to head down to Golden Mile Complex where you get to experience a different experience from Singapore.

    3) Lucky Plaza

    Lucky Plaza is the place to go if you are a fan of Filipino cuisine as there are several eateries selling Filipino foods as well as the famous Jollibee which is situated in basement of Lucky Plaza. Hence, if you wish to have other international dishes besides Singaporean food, you can head down to Lucky Plaza and have a brand new experience. Furthermore, the clothes being sold there are also very affordable yet stylish so it is another plus point if you are thinking of heading towards Lucky Plaza

    4) Recreation Centres

    Migrant workers can head over to recreation centres such as Penjuru, Kaki Bukit, Jurong etc where they can hang out with friends, relax, engage in sports, be entertained and let their hair down during the weekends after a week of hard work. Recreation centres include basketball courts, cricket fields and multipurpose halls, in addition to other amenities to cater to more than 20,000 migrant workers living in dormitories. So if you are intending to sweat it out after a week of work, you can head over to the centres for a session of badminton etc.

    5) Little India

    As the name suggests, its ambience resembles akin to living in the streets of India where you can find lots of authentic Indian cuisine and other products. Furthermore, there is also Mustafa Shopping Complex where it is one of the biggest shopping complex in Singapore where a huge range of daily products and necessities can be bought there at affordable cheap prices. It is definitely a shopping haven if you have not been there. Swee Choon Tim Sum restaurant is also situated in Little India, so after a day of shopping, you can head there for a hearty meal of dim sum at the end of the day.

    So do visit these places over the weekend if you are free and leave a comment down below as to which one is your favourite. Or share with us your favourite hangout spot!

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    Actually the park opposite Toa Payoh Bus Interchange also provides a great deal of space and shade and a perfect area to hang out!