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Bubble Tea Fix During Circuit Breaker Period!

Bubble Tea Fix During Circuit Breaker Period!

Bubble Tea, otherwise known as 泡泡茶, is a popular beverage amongst Singaporeans. Currently, there are approximately 47 brands in Singapore that caters to our need for a sugary fix. However, these brands will now have to temporarily shut its doors due to the tightening of essential businesses during the circuit breaker period. As a result, long queues were seen at bubble tea stores across the island late into the night on 21 April as everyone rushed to get their last fix of sugar.

Being the typical “kan chiong spiders” that we are, we have failed to realise that there are bubble tea stores that are still in operation. So, fret not as we introduce them to you now.


Rejoice, lovers of Gongcha! There are currently two outlets that are still operating, one at Enabling Village in Redhill and one at Ang Mo Kio. You can now travel to either one of these two stores to purchase your daily fix of bubble tea. On the other hand, the brand offers an island-wide delivery for pre-orders (a day in advance) at its Enabling Village branch. Delivery charges are subjected to location with a minimum order of $30.

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Chicha Sanchen

Although there are no physical stores in operation, the brand is offering delivery via GrabFood for its islandwide outlets with the exception of its Fusionopolis branch that uses Foodpanda.

R&B Tea

A popular brand in the competitive bubble tea industry, you can find R&B at an outlet that is secluded within a Koufu foodcourt at Thomson Plaza. The outlet has been classified as a food court stall and thus, is permitted to continue operations. The brand is also offering delivery services via Foodpanda so that you can continue to enjoy it during this circuit breaker period.

Tiger Sugar

For addicts of Tiger Sugar, there is still an outlet in operation within food enclave Pasarbella at Suntec City. You can either make a trip down to get your fix or use GrabFood delivery service that is limited to a 3km radius. Furthermore, the brand is offering an island-wide delivery till May 5 with no minimum order required and delivery fees subjected to location.

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An astute brand, Liho is still available for purchase with a meal at partner restaurants under its parent company Royal T Group. These restaurants include Paik’s Bibim, Gong Yuan Ma La Tang, Woo Ricebox and Tino’s Pizza. Additionally, you can also get nine of your all-time favourites (Earl Grey Milk Tea, Brown Sugar Milk Tea, etc.) through GrabFood delivery or DIY your own Liho bubble tea by getting their bubble tea kit.


Fans of KOI, worry not! The brand has collaborated with homegrown food delivery startup Grain to sell its bubble tea concoctions. There are two options – purchasing it with a meal or a la carte at $2. Grain charges $4 for deliveries to the East and $12 for further destinations. Alternatively, KOI offers island-wide delivery via GrabFood.

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In this trying period, it is heartening to know that our bubble tea industry is still going strong through partnerships with restaurants and island-wide delivery options. Singaporeans, as usual, are spoiled for choice. If you have any bubble tea cravings, above are some of the ways you can get your sugar fix.

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Slow Businesses: A Devastating By-product Of COVID-19

Slow Businesses: A Devastating By-product Of COVID-19

Sudden Emergence

Covid-19 (or Coronavirus Disease) originated from Wuhan City, China with its first reported case on 17 November 2019. This novel virus subsequently arrived in Singapore on the 23 January 2020 through a Chinese national from Wuhan.

Current Situation

Top 10 Countries with highest number of COVID-19.

COVID-19 has infected more than 400,000 people in 198 countries and territories to date[1]. As of 25 March 2020, Singapore has 404 active cases[2] which is predicted to surge in the coming weeks with more Singaporeans returning from overseas[3]. The local DORSCON alert level is currently code ORANGE.

National Lockdown

This global epidemic has led to widespread fear and panic buying in many countries, including Singapore. In an attempt to curb COVID-19 transmission, the government of countries such as China and Italy among others[5], has lockdown their country. Other measures such as contact tracing, social distancing and cluster investigation have also been implemented.

Covid-19 rush

Photo by: TODAY/Raj Nadarajan
Taken from: CNA source[4]

Business Slump

Besides, its extensive impact also includes a slowing global economy with dampened consumer demands and slumped businesses[6]. With a travel restriction and stay-at-home advisory in place, Singapore no longer receives tourists and local residents are limiting their daily activities. Singapore’s GDP is mainly sustained by tourism and the F&B and retail industries are amongst the worst-affected. Business closures might soon be inevitable. Our economy have already shrunk a 2.2% in the first quarter of 2020[7].

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