From laksa chips to ‘kopitiam’ shot glasses: 7 unique items Singaporeans will appreciate at your New Year’s Eve party
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From laksa chips to ‘kopitiam’ shot glasses: 7 unique items Singaporeans will appreciate at your New Year’s Eve party

Hosting a party may be tough, but planning for one is even tougher. From planning games to selecting the most electrifying playlist, there’s an endless list of things to do for a perfect party. If planning a New Year’s Eve party is giving you the jitters, you might want to double-check against this list of must-have, fail-proof items that will leave your guests wanting more. And the best part is, they’re all unique to and rooted in Singapore’s rich culture in one way or another. 1. Miniature food figurines What better door gift than cute little versions of satay, nasi lemak and all the dishes that we hold close to our hearts? Singaporean artist Jocelyn Teo, who goes by the Instagram username @aiclay , creates adorable miniature food items – such as satay and wanton noodles – with clay and sells them online to both local and overseas customers. She has nearly 70,000 followers on Instagram. Another artist who specialises in creating miniature food figurines is Malaysian artist Ling Hooi Yin, who is known by the Instagram handle @tinypinc. Many of her works – such as siu yuk (roasted meat) and nasi lemak – are inspired by Malaysian street […]

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