With the latest Circuit Breaker measures, Singaporeans – except essential service providers – need to stay at home until at least 4 May.

If you are used to getting stuff done physically – like going to the supermarket to do your grocery shopping, or paying your bills at the AXS machine downstairs – there’s no need to worry. You can still get most of these done… online!

The Infocomm and Media Development Authority (IMDA) has a curated list of quick links under their Stay Healthy Go Digital page to get you started online quickly.

Grocery shop

Shop online via these links instead:

- Cold Storage

- Giant

- NTUC FairPrice

Full list here


Hungry. Food. Quick.

Get your meals delivered through one of these apps:

- Deliveroo

- Foodpanda

- Grab

Window shopping? Do ‘Browser window’ shopping instead


Online shop from one of these apps instead:

- Lazada

- Qoo10

- Shopee

Full list here.

Settle bills from your screen


Pay your bills directly from your mobile phone with these apps:

- DBS PayLah!

- OCBC Pay Anyone

- POSB digibank

- UOB Mighty


Full list
here

Great time to learn some new skills


Pick up a new skill from one of these online learning apps:

- Coursera Online Learning – free online courses, some may earn towards a certificate

- SkillsFuture – free online courses, including those by Microsoft and Salesforce

- Lynda Library (by NLB) – over 8,000 courses, from data science to leadership skills


Full list
here.

Lonely exercising alone? Exercise with your kakis


Video-call your kakis and get them to do these online workouts together with you:

- Active Health Senior Workout (by SportSG) – simple stretching workouts for seniors

- Come 'n Live (by Zaobao) – health and wellness programmes every weekday

- Get Fit with Me - Overcome Covid-19 (by MCI) – home workouts led by sports experts


Full list
here.

Missing concerts and performances?


Watch concerts from the comfort of your home:

- #DabaoSCO Digital Concerts – “digital concerts” by Singapore Chinese Orchestra

- Esplanade Offstage – visual arts, theatre, dance and more by Esplanade Theatres

- SSOPlayOn! – “live” and archived concerts by Singapore Symphony Orchestra


Full list
here.


Or, catch up on our Gov.sg variety shows and drama series!

Chinese Dialect Drama Series

• Jiak Ba Buay “Eat Already?” Season 1234 – Our original dialect drama series created specially for seniors, featuring everyday Singaporeans as the navigate the joys and challenges of life

• Ho Seh Bo – Brand new dialect drama series featuring a new cast (including Hong Kong actress Michelle Yim) that promises fun, laughter and tears

Chinese Dialect Variety Shows

• Happy Can Already Season 1234 – Dialect variety show, featuring Jack Neo and his team reprising their roles from Comedy Nite, bringing to seniors important Government messages

• Happy Go Lucky – Follow the cast of “Happy Street” as they discuss important issues concerning seniors and Government schemes to help them

Getai

• “e-Getai” – Catch Getai veterans belt out popular tunes from the comfort of your home! Specially put together for Singaporeans during the Circuit Breaker period

• “Getai Challenge" Season 2 – Second season of the popular reality singing competition where 20 Getai singers pit their vocal skills against each other

Malay Drama

• Gunting (Telemovie) – Gov.sg original telemovie featuring two childhood buddies (Taufik Batisah and Hisyam Hamid) who pursue to make their hairstyling dreams a reality

• Gunting The Series – Sequel to the popular telemovie, where the Salihin & Sons are back and in a new and bigger location

Malay Variety Show

• OK Syiok! – Our original Malay variety show with Suhaimi Yusof and Khairudin Samsudin as hosts, combining humour with useful Government messages

Share this with your friends and family (especially the seniors in your family) who will find this list useful.

Need more useful links or apps? Check out IMDA’s Stay Healthy Go Digital page for more.