A midnight rendezvous atop a rooftop bar overlooking some of the most breathtaking Asian skylines? YES, PLEASE! Who doesn’t love having a cocktail in hand and a beautiful view! Check out these gorgeous rooftop bars for your next night out abroad in these Asian countries.
It’s hard to believe all of this deliciousness even fits on such a tiny island.
India’s anti-sodomy law, which a court upheld yesterday, was first passed during British colonial rule — and they aren’t the only former colony to maintain the British-era bans.
“I am satisfied that the medical and scientific evidence has been for some time and remains to this day divided and inconclusive at best,” Judge Quentin Loh wrote of the cause of homosexuality.
These funny photos might just change how you view the iconic rock star.
Samaritans of Singapore created this series of print ads that use hidden messages to show the difficulties of living with depression.
“Lift Your Skirt” is maybe not the best choice of words for a public city poster.
The lawsuit to strike down the sodomy law was a central plank of LGBT advocacy in the Southeast Asian country. Judge says this is a question for the legislature to decide.
Plus a major Ryan Gosling anniversary, Alec Baldwin’s 10 best scenes ever, and something ABSOLUTELY INSANE from Singapore.
The newly opened Marine Life Park in Singapore has over 100,000 sea animals. These are just a few.
Pizza Hut Singapore has introduced a “Pizza In A Pizza.”
Most of us won’t experience another repeating date in our lifetimes, making it a very memorable day to tie the knot.
Or, at least, better lint roller ads.
Did you know that there are areas of Singapore that look like a magical land of candy and rainbows? I want to live in a world that looks like this.
A whole smorgasbord of menu items available at McDonald’s restaurants abroad that we in the United States can only salivate over from afar. Those creeps at McDonald’s International are holding out on us.
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They have drive-by knifings in Singapore.
Just 28 families live in Singapore’s only remaining traditional village. 90% of Singapore’s population has been moved into government housing in order to modernize and use land as efficiently as possible. The few people living in Kampong Buangkok are the last holdouts. And, as we know, they are surrounded by robots.
A viral video appears to be a snippet from a security cam tape showing the ghost of an old woman haunting a well-known office building in Singapore. The creepy video turns out to be a hoax developed by a Singapore advertising company.
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