I always find it interesting to discover the differences between Singapore Standard English and American Standard English. It’s cool to discover and I’d thought I’d share these so that if you’re in Singapore for a visit, you won’t feel so lost. Just the other day I found a poor visitor to Singapore so traumatized by the cashier at a Fast Food place. She kept asking him loudly, “You eating here?” repeatedly. In the US I think you would say “To stay or to go?” Hope I got it right. Here we say, “Eat here or take-away”. Not too grammatical, but that’s how it goes.
What you call Sodas, we call Soft Drinks. They are called soft, as opposed to hard drinks which contain alcohol.
What you may call Juice Boxes, we call Packet Drinks.