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Rachael Wheeler
Works at Expat Living Publications
Attended Bournemouth University
Lives in Singapore
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101 people
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82 people
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Education
  • Bournemouth University
    Multimedia Journalism, 2005 - 2008
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Female
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Tagline
Online Editor, bounding around Singapore with a small dog, finding cool stuff to do
Introduction
Oh hi...*curtsies*... I'm Rachael and this is my dog Peggy. We live in Holland V and can mostly be seen eating noodles and legging it up and down the Green Corridor.
Bragging rights
I guess running a ruddy marathon is worth bragging about!
Work
Occupation
Online Editor
Skills
Digital publishing
Employment
  • Expat Living Publications
    Online Editor, 2013 - present
  • Trinity Mirror
    Deputy Editor, 3am, Mirror Online, 2009 - 2013
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Singapore
Previously
London, United Kingdom - Bath, United Kingdom
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Not much of a dinner spot, as pretty much everything is a ready meal, but at least I've finally found a place where I can pick up flavoursome microwave meals. Not sure what I'd do without their lasagne.
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reviewed in the last week
The guys behind the counter are like the cool pals you always wanted - super friendly, great vibes and they know what they're doing. Brilliant, speedy breakfast dishes (big selection) and cracking coffee. They accept Perx, Bitcoin and have free wifi. Gets busy in the morning, but to be expected.
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With a great view of the river and chilled atmosphere, this is a fab place to kick back with a beer in the afternoon, or to stop for dinner. Highlights: the spring rolls are light, crispy and tangy, and the passionfruit cocktails are never-ending.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
The perfect blend of city and countryside - a lovely stroll with stunning views come day or night. Tip: Satay by the Bay is a cool little hawker spot (and serves surprisingly good pizza).
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Amazing, speedy coffee and handmade muffins (I saw them being mixed before my very eyes). Great for a brekkie meeting. Tip: the carrot cake is delish.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
I'm not sure how I could live without The Parlour in Singapore - it's an amazing salon with American founder Jessi and British stylist Sarah at the helm. Jessi's cuts and colours are far better than I enjoyed in London, and they're affordable too. The Parlour is so cute and relaxed that I look forward to my visits and I'm almost sad when my cut, colour and occasional blowout is finished - oh yes, aside from talented, Jess is super speedy too. Seriously, if you're worried about your blonde highlights - get yourself here.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
While you pay a couple of extra dollars for the grub at Lau Pa Sat in Singapore, it's worth it for the busy atmosphere, central location and beautiful new layout. Not only is this a great place to bring guests who may not be ready for the 'full on hawker experience' (particularly on a Friday or Saturday evening, when Satay Street - glorious meat everywhere! - kicks in), but it's a cool starting spot for meeting friends ahead of a night out in town. Top stalls: Singaporean (in the middle), Japanese (at the back by Satay Street) and Dim Sum (in the middle).
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reviewed 3 weeks ago