Posts Tagged: Singapore

How to Indulge in a Guilt-free Brunch

Here’s the thing about Singapore – the humidity makes any attempt to work out and get some fresh air seem like a good idea for all of 10 minutes before you start wondering about how close people are getting to the invention of an air-conditioned

How to Indulge in a Guilt-free Brunch

Here’s the thing about Singapore – the humidity makes any attempt to work out and get some fresh air seem like a good idea for all of 10 minutes before you start wondering about how close people are getting to the invention of an air-conditioned

15 Unexpected Places to Get Yourself Lost In in Chinatown 

I think the smell of bak kwa is solely responsible for drawing half the people in Singapore to Chinatown during the CNY period. Though we did have an awesome time hanging out here last year, celebrating the CNY festivities mosh pit style probably might not appeal

15 Unexpected Places to Get Yourself Lost In in Chinatown 

I think the smell of bak kwa is solely responsible for drawing half the people in Singapore to Chinatown during the CNY period. Though we did have an awesome time hanging out here last year, celebrating the CNY festivities mosh pit style probably might not appeal

Kick-Ass Cheap Eats that Put Restaurants to Shame

  It’s funny how our minds trick us into overpaying for stuff all the time. The explosion of food options over the last few years has even the most insatiable Singaporean spoilt for choices. But for every mouth-watering Instagram-worthy dish,

Kick-Ass Cheap Eats that Put Restaurants to Shame

  It’s funny how our minds trick us into overpaying for stuff all the time. The explosion of food options over the last few years has even the most insatiable Singaporean spoilt for choices. But for every mouth-watering Instagram-worthy dish,

[Queenstown update!] Feasted from Dawn till Dusk at Queenstown

1. Overindulged on Japanese cuisine For a small heartland mall with a couple of outlet stores such as Billabong, Charles & Keith, Cotton On, TYPO, FOX, G2000 and Pedro, Anchorpoint is sure to blow you away with the wide range of Japanese food up

[Queenstown update!] Feasted from Dawn till Dusk at Queenstown

1. Overindulged on Japanese cuisine For a small heartland mall with a couple of outlet stores such as Billabong, Charles & Keith, Cotton On, TYPO, FOX, G2000 and Pedro, Anchorpoint is sure to blow you away with the wide range of Japanese food up

Home of a Peranakan Tycoon & 4 Other Places to Check Out at Tanjong Pagar

There’s probably no other place more synonymous with Mr Lee Kuan Yew than Tanjong Pagar, a constituency which has been under his charge for 60 years. Most of us would have passed by this place a hundred times but it often takes

Home of a Peranakan Tycoon & 4 Other Places to Check Out at Tanjong Pagar

There’s probably no other place more synonymous with Mr Lee Kuan Yew than Tanjong Pagar, a constituency which has been under his charge for 60 years. Most of us would have passed by this place a hundred times but it often takes

Gorgeous Street Art & 4 Other Things to Check Out at Kampong Glam

1. Ventured into the indie shopping scene Since the 1800s, Kampong Glam has traditionally been an area for the Malay community. Though some of that heritage is still evident today with the numerous Malay food stalls lining up along North

Gorgeous Street Art & 4 Other Things to Check Out at Kampong Glam

1. Ventured into the indie shopping scene Since the 1800s, Kampong Glam has traditionally been an area for the Malay community. Though some of that heritage is still evident today with the numerous Malay food stalls lining up along North

Singapore’s Last Kampong & 5 Other Places to Check Out on a Road Trip

It’s not every year that the stars line up to give us a break. And this February, not only does Valentine’s Day fall on a Saturday, it’s followed by a super long Chinese New Year weekend! For those of you

Singapore’s Last Kampong & 5 Other Places to Check Out on a Road Trip

It’s not every year that the stars line up to give us a break. And this February, not only does Valentine’s Day fall on a Saturday, it’s followed by a super long Chinese New Year weekend! For those of you