Rain, Rain, (You Don’t Have To) Go Away

Pitter- patter, pitter- patter. The rain hitting against the window means it’s another gloomy day here in Singapore. But turn that frown upside down because there are so many things you can do with a rainy day in Singapore! Here’s 3 things that we are suggesting:

1. Be a tourist in your own city.
Singapore has lots to offer! Whether you want to take a step into history at the National Museum or jump into the future at ArtScience Museum, Singapore’s got it all. With new exhibitions every few months, there’s bound to be something you haven’t seen! Singaporean have free access to museums, except for the Art Science Museum which you can get it at a discounted price when you show your IC.

2. Have a personal spa day.
A rainy day is the perfect day to pamper yourself with a personal spa day! Set the mood by lighting candles, playing soft music, and maybe sipping a glass of wine. Get creative with your spa day: paint your nails, immerse in a bubble bath, and put on your favourite face mask. Our favourite face mask for a spa day is Klarity’s Oxymud Mask. The cocao mask melts onto your face and oxidizes, forming into a fun bubbly mask, perfect for a spa day.

3. Find “your” café
Whether you enjoy an espresso shot or a frothy tea latté, sip away at your local café on a rainy day. Nothing is more soothing than picking up a book while hearing the sound of rain outside and smelling the strong aromas of coffee beans that drift in the room. As cafe-hopping and instagram worthy food is in the trend, more cafes are opening just around you. They offer an amazing array of food and drinks for all coffee and non coffee drinkers.

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