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ireworks Media’s flagship programme is EAT SHOP PLAY. The book set (2) Eat Shop Play presents OVER $35,000 WORTH OF SAVINGS VOUCHERS, DISCOUNT AND LOYALTY CARD DEALS at over 380 restaurants, retail stores and entertainment venues across Singapore over a 12 month period. Truly a MUST-HAVE for every individual who is serious about making the most of what Singapore has to offer. Whether you are an avid shopper, a frugal

mother or a habitual buyer of all things wonderful, you will find different deals that suit your needs in one place – the EAT SHOP PLAY book set. The Essentials book is jam packed with offers like 25% off, 50% off and 1 for 1 deals at your favorite outlets. The Indulgence book allows you to enjoy the finer things in life far more often with our exclusive ESP Card. The EAT SHOP PLAY book set is available at major bookstores like Kinokuniya, Prologue, Popular Bookstores, MPH Bookstores,


Times Bookstores and 7-Eleven. It can also be bought online at http://

Shop: Bella Lunar, E Link Sports, Crocodile, Zen Gifta, White Cottage.etc

Cost is $69.95

Play: Laguna Bintan Golf Club, Megazip Adventure Park, Sentosa, California Fitness, Blade club,etc

Eg of merchants: Eat: Keystone Restaurant, Café Mosaic, Sky Lounge,etc


NA I L B L I S S Sometimes, what a girl needs is a good manicure and pedicure to take the stress off recess week revision!

The 1-for-1 promotion at Cuba Libre appears to be a good deal on paper. A friend and I ordered the Pork Fajitas and a Cubano Club Burger - both of which cost $24 each - and ended up paying $12 each for dinner which was a decent price for a restaurant at Clarke Quay. Prices are also nett, which is another plus point.

Nail Bliss at One Raffles Place offers a $50 package, which includes a classic manicure and pedicure session. With a wide range of colours to choose from, the package is a perfect way to relax, unwind and come out with your nails looking fresh-off-therunway gorgeous! -----

reviewed by Isaac Wong

Tiong Bahru Bakery never disappoints our palates. Whether it is for olive bread, raisin buns or just a simple cuppa’ coffee, customers never leave the place dissatisfied. A 1-for-1 voucher only adds to the delight as customers simply have to purchase any item and get another item at around the same price or less than the first item for free! Vouchers worth getting! reviewed by Angeline Tan

Cheryl Ong used a voucher from Eat, Shop, Play and enjoyed a complimentary classic manicure (worth $20) from Nail Bliss with every purchase of a classic pedicure at $30.

The RIDGE - March 2013 Issue  
The RIDGE - March 2013 Issue  

March 2013 issue of THE RIDGE - the largest student-run magazine in the National University of Singapore