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Nothing like a good break from school, where students relax and unwind from the hectic schedules . If you think there’s nothing much to do during the break apart from PUBG, dramas and chilling with bubble tea, think again! Here are 5 things you and your friends can plan to do for term breaks.

1. Step up your gram game
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There’s more to photography than just posing with food. Level up your game by discovering cool and hidden gems in Singapore as your backdrop. Try visiting the contrasting shophouses of Joo Chiat, the famous dragon playround in Toa Payoh, or test your skills in the bustling streets of Chinatown. The best part is, cafes abound in these areas, where you can stop and get a good break from all the posing and walking!

2. Work off the calories with a view

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We get it, Singapore is all about the food, but we definitely want to work off those calories too (so we can eat more!). Come experience Singapore on the nature side. Gather your friends for a good hike to places such as the treetop walk at MacRitchie Resevoir, The Southern Ridges, and Bukit Timah Hill.

3. It’s combat time!

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Pick up some adrenaline rush when you join laser tag with a group of about 4-5 friends per team. Intense action and a test of reflexes in a span of 10minutes per game, laser tag is a popular choice to put your counter-strike skills in a real-life test. While it can get competitive, just remember that it’s more important to have a good time altogether.  

4. Take it slow and easy

Macintosh HD:Users:marketingimac2:Desktop:Screen Shot 2019-04-11 at 5.18.03 PM.pngIf you’re looking to relax with friends but cafes are so basic, head over to Marina Barrage and enjoy a good time of picnic and kite-flying. The Barrage has a beautiful beckdrop of the Central Business District (CBD) and Marina Bay Sands, sharing the spotlight with colourful kites flying in the sky. Alternatively, you can also check out Botanic Gardens for a good picnic spot. Surrounded by lush greenery and ravishing flowers, the idyllic setting  also provides good space to play some ball games and frisbee.

5. Sing, shout and let it all out!

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Just when you’re dreading the start of school, there’s always one last shot to fully utilize the term break, that is to sing the Monday blues away! We can’t promise Monday won’t come, but you might just feel better from letting it all out. Popular spots like Teo Heng and Manekineko are great for friends to sing through life together and more importantly, have a good time. Not much time left, so be sure to make full use of it!

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