Pau is an awesome steamed bun filled with all sorts of tasty stuff like chicken, pork, or veggies. In Singapore, it’s not just a snack, but a meal option that brings back childhood memories and reminds us of those special family get-togethers.
Hock Seng Pau has been the master of pau-making since way back in 1973! Their pau creations are like legendary icons in Singapore’s food culture, and doob is super stoked to team up with Hock Seng Pau for a print that celebrates the sheer beauty and deliciousness of their pau. It’s our mouthwatering tribute to their culinary heritage.
Double-layered with a removable cover and a durable inner bag, the plopsta’ is more durable, safer, and easier to clean. With an unusual shape for a bean bag, the plopsta’ is arguably the most comfortable and versatile bean bag you could possibly hope to have. One doob for chilling, reading, working from home, and cuddling – one doob to do them all!
plopsta’ Dragon Playground
The Dragon Playground in Toa Payoh is a beloved superstar in Singapore, capturing the hearts of kids, families, and even tourists. Built in 1979 during a period of rapid development, it symbolises Singapore’s optimism and progress, while also holding cherished memories for those who grew up playing there in the 80s and 90s, fostering friendships and a sense of independence.
Peranakan tiles are a symbol of Singapore’s cultural awesomeness, representing the fusion of Chinese and Malay traditions in the Peranakan community. They are a testament to the beauty and craftsmanship of Peranakan art and design.
Shophouses are a unique and important part of Singapore’s heritage. They are a blend of Chinese, Malay, and European architectural styles, and they reflect the rich cultural history of Singapore.
The plopsta’ is the discerning Singaporean’s bean bag of choice. More versatile than a Swiss Army Knife, and some say more comfortable too. Great for chilling, reading, working from home, and cuddling.