So we’ve picked 30 guys in Singapore to be our Most Eligible Bachelor of 2017 and you might be thinking “Where can I meet these guys?” Well, besides making plans to head down to our upcoming events, you’ll be pleased to know these guys hang out all over Singapore. Here’s where to meet your faves:
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One of our busiest MRT stations, luckily if you like braving the crowds, you could meet not one, but two of our bachelors…
Jerial and Carter
Both of these guys like hanging around Orchard at some of the many cafes. Keep an eye out!
Quiet neighborhood stop? Think more like gateway to the East. At least that’s what this bachelor thinks…
Raiz likes to hang out in places like Changi Village or Simpang Bedok and can also be found cycling by the beach.
Part CBD, part hipster cool, there’s lots to see, eat and drink in this area.
And Hasli agrees! This Bachelor likes to chill at the Telok Ayer cafes, but he’s also a fan of Siglap and Arab Street just FYI.
Study much? This is the closest MRT station to NUS…
…and that works for Peter because he happens to spend a lot of time there!
This MRT Interchange is always busy. At least there’s lots of places to hang out there.
And that works for Richard since one of his favourite past times is people watching.
Esplanade has a cool vibe with the theatres and concert areas just outside.
Which suits Leon Markcus perfectly. He often hangs out at music studios but also likes to walk around town from Dhoby Ghaut to Raffles City to Esplanade and back to Orchard (so plenty of MRT stops to catch him at!).
Clarke Quay may be where most people go to party, but just a little way down and you’ll get a quieter kind of quay…
And that’s where Eddie likes to hang out. You can usually find him in one of the cafes or restaurants along Robertson Quay.
The bustling Somerset MRT is always a fun place to meet up with friends.
That’s why you might see Gary there with his friends. He’s also a big fan of Starbucks….and also tends to be at Block A or B seminar rooms at SIM (study study study).
It’s pretty far East but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a reason to hit up Tampines.
Especially when you might bump into Boris who likes to have breakfast at the kopitiam in the area.
Bugis is great for shopping, sightseeing and everything in between.
It’s also where Johan Sabri usually hangs out. He says it’s got everything he needs for the whole day. Can’t argue there.
Holland Village is probably one of the best places to chill in the west.
You can also look out for Lincoln who hangs out at the Coffee Bean there when he’s studying. If not there, try Zouk.