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#Joeyjios: I try a ballet-inspired workout despite my two left feet , Singapore News

Tendu, Arabesque and Grand Pliés?  This week on #Joeyjios, I found out that these are in fact, not edible food dishes, but dance moves in ballet.  I (semi-willingly) traded in my dumbbells and barbells and sacrificed my stiff body for this exercise — all the while praying that my two left feet don’t kill me.  Watch as former professional ballerinas and co-founders of BalletBody Lisha Chin, 27 and Alison Carroll, 31, take me through a snippet of their hour-long ballet-inspired workout while I try my best to keep up.  According to…

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#Joeyjios: Last chance to brave the crowds at Shilin Night Market – 3 things you shouldn’t miss , Singapore News

Shilin Night Market is probably the one place every first-time visitor to Taiwan checks off their must-visit list. It’s no wonder then, that last weekend’s Shilin-inspired pop-up event at The Grounds @ Kranji drew 60,000 visitors within the first three hours on the opening day (April 19). The Good Friday crowd seemed undaunted by the wet weather – throngs of people held umbrellas and swarmed F&B booths, with many on the lookout for the shortest queue to join. One of the most popular food items, the Devil’s Chicken Chop fried…

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#Joeyjios: Here’s how you can spend 24 hours at Jewel Changi Airport , Singapore News

Changi Airport’s sprawling new Jewel is home to over 280 retail and dining options spread out across a massive 10-storey building. Not just another cookie-cutter mall, every brand there has upped their ante, promising an experience that cannot be mirrored anywhere else on the island. Whether it’s offering localised, Jewel-exclusive items on the menu (Starbucks), making a grand comeback (A&W) or being the biggest store in Southeast Asia (Nike), it’s a mall unlike any other. With so much to see, eat and do, we reckon that even 24 hours at…

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#Joeyjios: I threw an axe at a colleague – and it’s $15 if you want to try , Singapore News

Need a space to rel-axe? Forget about spa or yoga retreats. These days, it’s all about unleashing your inner barbarian. Enter Axe Factor, a little-known gem housed within The Grandstand along Turf Club road with a novel de-stressing activity — throwing axes just for fun. Opened since August 2018, it is Singapore’s first and only indoor axe-throwing range. The place was founded by Samuel Tey, 27, who wants the world to know that axe-throwing is so much more than just therapy.  Samuel Tey, founder of Axe Factor. Photo: AsiaOne  To him…

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#Joeyjios: Over 800 Gudetama, My Melody and Hello Kitty inflatables invade Sentosa – but is it worth checking out? , Singapore News

The March holidays are just around the corner, and if you’re a parent, you’re probably already aware that the annual Sentosa FunFest is back for their fifth run. Complete with free admission for Singapore residents from March 16-24, this year’s event includes an “invasion” by over 800 Gudetama, My Melody and Hello Kitty inflatables. Yes, they’ll be perfect for your critters to jump on and those IG-worthy family pictures to show off on Facebook. But for those without a mini-me, is the inflatable-mania worth braving the heat and making a trip…

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