Coronavirus or not, be it celebrating birthdays, commemorating an anniversary, or bringing your kids out, life goes on. The Yahoo Shopping team has tirelessly compiled a list of places to see, things to do, gifts to buy, and food to try so that you can save time and energy for things that matter. If you are looking for dating ideas, workshops, family and kid-friendly activities, you've come to the right place. Looking for relaxing spas and staycays? Scroll all the way to the end for irresistible beauty and hotel promotions!
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For couples who like to explore the unchartered territories
Love to explore unchartered territories or push yourself out of your comfort zone? Take a ghost walk, a brewery tour or unleash your rage and make it a date! You would probably like to keep the young ones out of this.
If you are all into fun, celebrities and entertainment
One of your favourite ways to spend time together is watching movies and indulging in drama marathons, especially over the weekends. Make a trip to Madame Tussauds at Sentosa where you can see movie, music, sports celebrities and famous politicians in the flesh (we mean wax!). The latest K-wave addition may just be what you have been waiting for! Or camp it up for the IG with a trip to the Trick Eye Museum!
Cruises seem to be the next best thing with the ever-changing travel restrictions. At least there is something different you can do for your anniversary, birthdays and other special occasions while staying in Singapore.
There's nothing like good food to put a smile on your date's face. Many of us didn't realise how much we enjoy the dine-in experience until last year's dine-in restrictions. Now that dine-in are allowed again, what are you waiting for?
You and your family adore the sun and nature. And there's nothing better than bringing Junior out to experience nature. Soak in the Vitamin D to your heart's content but don’t forget your shades and sunblock. Make hay while the sun shines!
Craft activities – Bond and grow stronger together
Love to create, especially when it comes to customized items? Make a date with your S.O or family to craft something unique together and foster a stronger bond. Who can resist gifts that are made with love?
Love singing but can’t get your karaoke fix with COVID-19 restrictions? Feed your passion by recording your very own record. Make it mushy and compile an album with all your favourite love songs! Or make it a family affair and sing to your hearts' content!
The sun's rays can be a dampener on outings. Stay cool by staying indoors, and you will never have to worry about body odour, streaked make-up, or sweat stains on your clothes. Check out nostalgic pop-ups in town or work up a sweat indoors together, away from the blazing sun.
The truck at the centre of a human-smuggling attempt that left 53 people dead had passed through an inland border checkpoint, a US official has revealed.The truck went through the checkpoint on Interstate 35, 42 kilometres northeast of the border city of Laredo, Texas.
Australia will fail on emissions reduction without changes to the carbon credit scheme that was set up to shrink industrial pollution, new research shows.Modelling prepared by research firm RepuTex Energy for the Carbon Market Institute examines what changes are needed for the so-called Safeguard Mechanism to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, or sooner.
With pandemic restrictions pretty much all but gone, NSW residents have been enjoying outdoor dining and the government is keen to keep businesses benefiting from the influx of diners.The hospitality industry can look forward to another 18 months of alfresco dining without the need to apply for special permits effectively cutting red tape.
The final report from a task force exploring how sexual assault survivors are treated by the Queensland criminal justice system will be released on Friday.The release of the Women's Safety and Justice Taskforce's report comes days after the findings of an inquest into the devastating murders of Hannah Clarke and her three children at the hands of her husband, Rowan Baxter.
The operating licence for Nyrtar's Port Pirie smelter has been renewed after an improvement in air lead emissions over the past 12 months.The Environment Protection Authority said the licence would be renewed for another year but with increased conditions, including a requirement for the company to update its environment improvement program and improve wastewater emissions.
NATO has invited Sweden and Finland to join the military alliance in one of the biggest shifts in European security in decades after Russia's invasion of Ukraine pushed officials in Helsinki and Stockholm to drop their tradition of neutrality.NATO's 30 members took the decision at their summit in Madrid and also agreed to formally treat Russia as the "most significant and direct threat to the allies' security", according to a summit statement.
Leaders at the Pacific Island Forum will focus acutely on regional issues and postpone the usual sideline meetings of superpowers.The July 12 to 14 forum to be held in Fiji would usually be an opportunity for leaders to meet with partner countries such as the US and China.
Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDHomeowners will face mortgage rates near 5.5% in a little over a year, according to a survey of 22 leading Australian economists. The Conversation’s 2022-23 forecasting survey predicts an increase in the Reserve Bank’s cash rate from its present 0.85% to a peak of 3.1% by next August. If fully passed on, the series of rate hikes would lift the cost of payments on a variable $500,000 mortgage by about $600 per month and the cost of payments on a $800,000 mor
Shutterstock“Stagflation” is an ugly word for an ugly situation – the unpleasant combination of economic stagnation and inflation. The last time the world experienced it was the early 1970s, when oil-exporting countries in the Middle East cut supplies to the United States and other supporters of Israel. The “supply shock” of a four-fold increase in the cost of oil drove up many prices and dampened economic activity globally. Stagflation was thought left behind. But now there is a real risk of it
Australia is a step closer to having COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged six months to five years, with Pfizer approved to submit an application with the medical regulator.The Therapeutic Goods Administration has granted a provisional determination to Pfizer, which would allow the pharmaceutical giant to apply to extend vaccine use to the younger cohort.
Terrorism fears have led Australia to upgrade its safety advice for those planning a trip to the UK.The federal government's SmartTraveller website said it had reviewed advice for travellers to Britain, urging them to "exercise a high degree of caution".
A Chinese spacecraft has acquired imagery data covering all of Mars, including visuals of its south pole, after circling the planet more than 1300 times since early last year, state media reports.China's Tianwen-1 successfully reached the Red Planet in February 2021 on the country's inaugural mission there.
Religious and ethnic leaders from across Afghanistan have discussed girls' education at a gathering organised by the country's Taliban rulers - but without any women taking part.It was the first such meeting since the hardline Islamist group took over Afghanistan last August as foreign forces withdrew, a change in power that raised international concern about a curtailment of women's rights.
US President Joe Biden says the United States will provide another $US800 million ($A1.2 billion) in weapons and military aid to Ukraine, hailing the courage of Ukrainians since Russia invaded in February.
Australia's bushfire season is a month longer than it was 40 years ago, and extreme fire weather days are up by more than 50 per cent, a new study has found.Scientists from the CSIRO have contributed to a new global analysis of how climate change has influenced fire weather and activity from 1979 to 2019.