Singapore, Singapore
Adrian, 31
Design Consultant
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What do you do and why do you do it?

I am a design consultant with an interior design firm right now and also a co-founder of a social initiative called The Morning Greeters. I am not sure whats next. The job has to be something exciting, really flexible to flair my creativity and free to explore new experiences

You’re broken hearted - what tracks does your heartbreak playlist consist of?

Here without you

What are the best TV shows of all time?


Name some spots in Singapore that are good for a Tinder date.

Joo Chiat Place, Botanic Gardens, One Altitude

Who’s your hero and where in Singapore would you take them out for a serious hang?

Club Street

What’s the thing you LOVE to do in your city that you never get to do?

Host a party wtih my friends right smack in the middle of any main road

Is there a hidden bar / hole in the wall in Singapore that you particularly like?

The Library

What restaurant in Singapore looks crap, but the food’s amazing?

It has to be in any hawker centres. Cheap and good food!

Where would you take your partner in Singapore if you wanted to really pamper them?

Morton's in Mandarin hotel or Mezza9 in Grand Hyatt hotel

Which snacks can you only get in your country, and which ones do you recommend?

Rojak, Rice dumplings, Nonya kuehs, just too many...

What’s the one place you think is overrated in Singapore?

Orchard Road, its just another shopping haven

What’s the one place you think is underrated in Singapore?

Pockets of neighbourhood heartland malls. These are places out of the real touristy space and at least 95% are locals to be sighted here.

What are the Singapore spots a first-time visitor can’t miss?

Little India

Tomorrow’s your last day in Singapore. How do you spend it?

I will go around to all my favourite food stalls to eat my favourite food.

What’s your favorite vacation city in the world and why?

India. Its byfar the most colourful and never get bored country.

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