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HungryGoWhere Thanks Supporters Ahead Of Website Closure On 12 Jul Despite being self-professed foodies, some Singaporeans can be quite indecisive when it comes to choosing a place to eat. In such situations, food recommendation websites are a godsend. However, on Tuesday (7 Jun), HungryGoWhere – one of Singapore’s pioneer food sites – announced that they’d be stopping operations in about a month’s time. Their last day of service will reportedly be on 11 Jul 2021. HungryGoWhere to stop operations after 15 years Announcing the move, HungryGoWhere thanked Singaporeans for their support over the past 15 years. The food site said they were proud to have served the community and hoped that they have improved users’ dining experience. Moving forward, they expressed their wish for Singaporeans to continue supporting hawkers, restaurants, and other eateries. Reservations for dates before 12 Jul still valid Reservations made on the site for dates between now and 12 Jul will still be valid. However, customers whose reservation dates are on 12 Jul or after will have to re-confirm their booking with the respective restaurants. The HungryRewards Programme will also be discontinued on 30 Jun. Customers with Hungry$ cash credit can convert them to Dash cash credits by 30 Jun 2021. Unconverted credits will be voided after the date. Meanwhile, merchants who have partnered up with HungryGoWhwere will not be charged fees for the months of June and July. Customers and merchants can check out their respective FAQs via the links below: Customers Merchants One of Singapore’s first food websites Established in 2006, HungryGoWhere was one of Singapore’s first food websites. Besides providing reviews, the portal also allows users to enjoy exclusive deals and try new recipes. Owned by Singtel Digital Media, the site has since diversified its services to allow users to place orders online before collecting them physically. Besides Singapore, the site has also expanded to Malaysia, reports The Straits Times. Thanks for the memories HungryGoWhere It’s saddening to see one of Singapore’s OG food portals ceasing operations for good. We hope customers and partners affected by the cessation of operations will find alternative sites that will cater to their needs. For now, thanks for the memories and endless food recommendations, HungryGoWhere. You’ll certainly be missed. If you’d like to check out food recommendations and other makan-related content, visit our sister site, Eatbook, here.
https://mothership.sg/2020/07/g-shock-imm-closing/ The G-Shock store at IMM mall in Jurong will be closing down. According to staff in charge of the IMM outlet, selected items are on sale at up to 50 per cent off. A further 10 per cent discount will be applied for customers who purchase two sale items, and the discount is increased to 20 per cent for those who purchase three or more sale items. CASIO G-Shock announced on its Facebook page that the last day of operations for its IMM store would be on August 4, Saturday. The announcement directed customers to visit its other store in Jurong, located at Jem. Here's the announcement: time for me to get a new watch since mine broke
Carpark Opposite Cineleisure Orchard Will Close In February To Make Space For Flea Markets & Pop-Ups Source: https://mustsharenews.com/grange-road-carpark-close/ Carpark Opposite Cineleisure Orchard Will Stop Operations From Feb 2020 Singaporeans who frequent Cineleisure or Scape might be familiar with the iconic open-air carpark opposite Cineleisure Orchard. The carpark, located at Grange Road, will cease operations from Feb 2020, according to The Straits Times. It’s popular among drivers because it’s known to be one of the cheaper parking spaces in town, with rates from $1.30/ 30 mins. Unfortunately, the days of cheap parking in Somerset are coming to an end. Carpark to be converted into permanent event space The Grange Road carpark had been “trialed” as an event space in recent times, having hosted the BMW Fest just last month. Moving forward, it will be hosting the Great Christmas Village — part of Orchard Road’s Christmas light up this year. The Singapore Land Authority has said that we should expect to see more flea markets, pop-up attractions and food trucks after February next year. They added that on non-event days, space will be used as a public area with “greenery and interesting street furniture”. Netizens react to the Grange Road carpark closure When this change was released on CNA’s Facebook page, a myriad of netizen comments started trickling in as some of them were seemingly devastated by the news. Expectedly, netizens responded with dismay, with one expressing that he was “super sad” as the Grange Road carpark was the “only place” he parks at when visiting Orchard. Another netizen is concerned that they would soon have to park in a shopping mall that costs “a plate of wonton noodle” each hour. Time to look for alternatives If you are one of those who are affected by this change, it’s probably time to start looking for alternatives. Otherwise, like this netizen says, it’s time to take the MRT.
Any bros bought any travel packages from them? http://www.wanbao.com.sg/local/story20150523-55466#local 乐乐假期旅行社突停业 500旅客受影响 营业13年的乐乐假期旅行社，昨天突然关门，贴通告宣布停业，超过500旅客受影响，单本周末就有近300名学生和旅客受波及。 rough translate; Asia-euro holidays travel agency closed down suddenly yesterday, which has been in the travel-related business for years. Notices were put up on their shops at Chinatown Point and is believed that more than 500 customers were affected, including close to 300 students planning for trips this weekend.