Think yoghurt and what comes to mind is usually Yami yoghurt, which has been around since the 1980s. Now, there is a new and local choice of yoghurt - Yoguru. The Singaporean company specialises in frozen yoghurt in two flavours and comes with a choice of more than 20 healthier toppings like fruits, cereal and nuts.

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I love museums

Singapore's looking to promote the arts and museum-going culture. I Love Museums is just that. Museum-going doesn't always have to be expensive, in fact, there are many exhibitions which have free-admonitions. Discover the fun with over 50 activities from 22 museums.

Highlights include

Pure Yoga

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While yoga studios tend to specialise in one or two types of yoga, Pure Yoga offers several at once - Anusara, Vinyasa, Hot Yoga and many more - as well as dance and yoga-hybrid classes such as Indo Hip Hop and Yoga Dance. Pre-natal yoga, yoga for kids and even yoga for family, rarely found in other yoga studios, can also be found at Pure Yoga.

With more than 320 classes between its two studios every week - several of the classes suited for beginners - and two convenient locations at Ngee Ann City and Raffles Place, the yoga chain is a good place to begin the battle of the bulge.

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Kitty Lab Singapore


Hello, Kitty!

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Vittles is situated along Sembawang Road after Kathib Camp. It's at the same building as the drive-through MacDonald's. This suburban dining serves pasta, burgers, and grills. The mains come with a wide choice of 10 side dishes, e.g. gratinated potato, coleslaw, cheese pasta salad and others. 

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