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Pamper Yourself This International Women’s Day With Our List Of Treats In The CBD!

International Women’s Day is finally approaching! Have you figured out how you’re going to spend the day relaxing and unwinding?

Ladies, this one’s for you! When was the last time you took a break from all your responsibilities to treat yourself to a nice day out? With International Women’s Day coming around, we hope that’s good enough reason to convince you to finally pamper yourself.

From quaint cafes, relaxing spas, and vibrant restaurants, here’s our list places where you can pamper yourself this International Women’s Day!



Image from Sarnies’ Facebook Page

To start off, we have the Telok Ayer crowd favourite: Sarnies. Their go-to breakfast favourites just like the Bacon & Egg Sarnie (S$9.50) and Smashed Avocado on Toast (S$11.50) always have their regulars coming back for a quick brekkie.

At first glance, Sarnies is immediately resemblant of hipster cafes on the streets of Melbourne with their rustic wooden furniture and dimly lit interior.

While we can’t travel to Australia anytime soon, enjoying a nice black cold brew (S$6.50) or a simple cappuccino (S$5) by the al-fresco seating along the roadside is as close as you can get to visiting the Land Down Under (for now, at least).

Sarnies, 136 Telok Ayer Street. Dine-in and delivery are available.

Regular Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 10:30am

Saturday – Sunday: 8:30am – 4:00pm


The Marmalade Pantry

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Looking to indulge in a weekend afternoon tea soiree with your gal pals? Then, they have just the treat for you at The Marmalade Party.

Come in your Sunday best and enjoy their signature Afternoon Tea Set (S$48 for 2 persons) that comes with a selection of savoury sandwiches, buttermilk scones, petite signature cakes, and free-flow artisanal tea by Monogram in the most intimate and cosy ambience.

But beyond their desserts and high tea sets, The Marmalade Pantry also offers a wide range of mains like their crispy Maryland Crab Cakes (S$26++) and Brick-Pressed Chicken (S$30++), all of which are great for sharing with your possy.

The Marmalade Party, 100 Peck Seah Street. Dine-in and delivery are available.

Regular Opening Hours:

11:30am – 10:30pm daily


The Fullerton Spa

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To escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy some peace and quiet, what better place to go to than The Fullerton Spa?

Step into an oasis of calm marked by a grand and well-lit entrance that overlooks the Fullerton Hotel’s infinity pool and the stunning Marina Bay skyline.

Whether you want some alone time or want to tag your best friend along, the spa features single and two-couple suites that come with deluxe amenities and even an en suite shower.

With their wide array of restorative treatments including The Asian Heritage Signature (S$260/90 minutes) and the Inner Calm Massage (S$180/60 minutes), you’re certainly walking out of there refreshed and restored, and feeling like a brand new woman.

The Fullerton Spa, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178.

Regular Opening Hours:

12:00pm – 8:00pm daily


De La Belle Wellness

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If The Fullerton Spa might be quite a stretch for your budget, De La Belle Wellness also provides healing treatments and spa services that will not hurt your wallet as much.

It’s easy to feel the tension in our bodies when we’re working on our computers for extremely long hours. With the Deep Tissue and Javanese Style Full Body Massage (S$98), your blood circulation will improve tremendously and soothe all your body aches and pains.

If you think a facial is enough to do the trick for you, the Guasha and Bojin Facial Treatment (S$198) comes with a double cleanse, face massage and mask, and a complimentary tea as well.

With its strategic location, you’ll be able to find this full-service spa, which is just a stone’s throw within Tanjong Pagar MRT station. Say goodbye to searching high and low for the ultimate spa experience in the CBD!

De La Belle Wellness, 7 Wallich Street, #B2-13, Guoco Tower.

Regular Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday: 11:00am – 9:00pm

Saturday: 10:00am – 7:00pm


Spa Infinity

Image from Spa Infinity’s Facebook Page

Moving over to Raffles Place, Spa Infinity has a selection of treatments designed to complement the urban lifestyle that we thrive in.

Experience renewal and rejuvenation from head-to-toe with their Thai Massage (S$97.82), which uses acupressure and deep muscle compression to correct energy imbalances in the body, or the Myofascial Head/Neck Therapy (S$63.13) to relieve any tension in the neck area after a long day at work.

What makes Spa Infinity stand out is their personalised programmes for their customers. All you have to do is take a quick quiz to assess skin or body concerns, and their team will create a customised treatment just for you.

Spa Infinity, 20 Cecil Street, #06-07/08/09, PLUS.

Regular Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday: 11:00am – 9:00pm

Saturday – Sunday: 10:30am – 7:00pm


The Secret Mermaid

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Not that you’re all restored after a relaxing afternoon, it’s time to enjoy an awesome night out with friends! This hidden hangout spot in Collyer Quay is great for those who want to live it up but still keep it low key.

The Secret Mermaid offers a variety of craft beers and handcrafted cocktails using the best quality American spirits. To start off the evening with a refreshing cocktail, give their Passion Fruit Old Fashion Whiskey (S$24) a try and enjoy the notes of citrus from the passionfruit and sweetness of the rye whiskey.

While their drinks are definitely the star here, their food options are also worth mentioning. Pair your cold beer with the Pulled Duck Buckwheat Corn Dogs (S$9.50) or the Foie Gras Grilled Cheese Sandwich (S$19.90) that would just melt in your mouth.

The Secret Mermaid, 10 Collyer Quay, #B1-09, Ocean Financial Centre. Dine-in is available.

Regular Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday: 5:00pm – 11:00pm


Tippling Club

Image from Tippling Club’s Facebook Page

At first glance, this restaurant situated along the shophouses of Tanjong Pagar Road doesn’t look like much. But what you don’t know is that the Tippling Club spans three shophouse units and is an absolute gem to behold once you step inside.

Besides the inviting atmosphere and ambience, the Tippling Club even made it at number 27 in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2017.

Chef and Owner Ryan Clift continues to wow guests with his ever-evolving menu while retaining his signature staples such as the Pulled Iberico Pork Sandwich (S$21) and the Blue Swimmer Crab Cakes (S$19).

Tipping Club, 38 Tanjong Pagar Road. Dine-in is available.

Regular Opening Hours:

Monday – Tuesday, Thursday – Saturday: 12:00pm – 3:00pm, 6:00pm – late

Closed on Wednesday and Sunday

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