[JB EATS] Kedai Makanan Nasi Ayam Kee Chup- Nostalgia Spot for Halal Chicken Rice Near CIQ

“Nasi Ayam” is a Malay term and it refers to Chicken Rice, is a staple food for both Malaysia and Singapore. This dish is well-received by everyone and we have the Malay and Chinese version. And here I am at Nasi Ayam Kee Chup, the latest halal chicken rice spot in Johor Bahru. This place is already in operation for 3 months and it is known for their nostalgic space and of course their kee chup chicken rice. Continue reading [JB EATS] Kedai Makanan Nasi Ayam Kee Chup- Nostalgia Spot for Halal Chicken Rice Near CIQ

[SG EATS] Tiong Bahru Bakery Diner – All Day Dining At Funan & Raffles City Outlets

Tiong Bahru Bakery, Singapore proud local French bakery has recently launched Tiong Bahru Bakery Diner. It is an all-day extension at its Funan Mall and Raffles City outlets. With the new chef de cuisine, Paul Albert on board, the debut menu showcases his past and present culinary. Almost every element of the dishes is made from scratch and using wild fermentation techniques that span from days to months. Vegan and vegetarians have more options here as the menu comprises plant-based dishes. Continue reading [SG EATS] Tiong Bahru Bakery Diner – All Day Dining At Funan & Raffles City Outlets

[SG EATS] Happiness Seafood by Uncle Leong Signatures

Happiness Seafood by Uncle Leong Signatures is the sister restaurant of Uncle Leong Signatures. The local Singapore family-oriented restaurant offers seafood options and other zi-char dishes. And of course the signature crabs such as claypot crab beehoon, black pepper crab, chilli crab, mala crab and more. The menu here is 90% similar to Uncle Leong Signatures but they do have their selected signature dishes here like Mala Crab or Oreo Butter Crab. Continue reading [SG EATS] Happiness Seafood by Uncle Leong Signatures

[SG EATS] Ryan’s Grocery and Ryan’s Kitchen At Great World City – Singapore’s Premium Specialty Food Retailer

Ryan’s Grocery is a Singapore’s premium alternative gourmet,organic, gluten-, allergen-and preservative-free specialty foods store opens its second flagship outlet at newly revamped Great World City. Their second outlet includes Ryan’s Kitchen, its first café in Singapore. They also offer selection of Australian native tea from Roogenic, sustainably sourced wild-caught seafood from Noosa Seafood Market, as well as boutique handmade jams, relishes and condiments from Jamworks. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ryan’s Grocery and Ryan’s Kitchen At Great World City – Singapore’s Premium Specialty Food Retailer

[EXPLORE SG] A Visit to Chinatown Heritage Centre At 48 Pagoda Street

Apart from Singapore iconic tourist attraction places like Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Zoo and ArtScience Museum, Chinatown Heritage Centre located at 48 Pagoda Street is also one of the tourist spot to go to. I had the opportunity to visit the beautifully-restored shophouses turned centre and it was definitely a good exposure. I was quite impressed with the museum that literally transport back to 1950s. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] A Visit to Chinatown Heritage Centre At 48 Pagoda Street

[SG EATS] Yakiniku Like- A Speciality Fast Food Yakiniku Restaurant Starting From S$7.80 onwards At Paya Lebar Quarter

Yakiniku Like from Japan is a speciality fast food Yakiniku Restaurant opens its first outlet in Singapore. The restaurant is located at Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, accessible via Paya Lebar MRT Station. The speciality fast food restaurant from Japan has 30 branches in Asia and is brought in by Dining Innovation Group. It has a quick service concept that serves within three minutes upon submitting the order. Continue reading [SG EATS] Yakiniku Like- A Speciality Fast Food Yakiniku Restaurant Starting From S$7.80 onwards At Paya Lebar Quarter

[SG EATS] The Nomads At Telok Ayer – The Silk Road Gastronomic Experience

The Nomads located along Telok Ayer Street serves modern Central Asian dining concept. The restaurant name represents the road less travelled; a reimagination of The Silk Road’s gastronomic trail. It is established by Shawn Kishore of Five Ten Holdings and Olzhas Zhiyenkulov, a Kazakhstan native. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Nomads At Telok Ayer – The Silk Road Gastronomic Experience

[VIETNAM TRAVELS] Travel Guide to Mount Fansipan “Roof of Indochina”, Sapa- No Trekking

Mount Fansipan is known as the highest mountain in Indochina or referred as the “Roof of Indochina’. It is the highest peak located in Sapa, a town in the Lao Cai province in Northern Vietnam. Travellers/ Trekkers used to take at least 2 to 4 days to conquer the summit (including ascend and descend) but with the cable car services operating since February 2016, anyone can visit the peak easily. If climbing/ trekking is too challenging, you can follow this guide to reach to the peak of Mt. Fansipan. Continue reading [VIETNAM TRAVELS] Travel Guide to Mount Fansipan “Roof of Indochina”, Sapa- No Trekking

[TRAVEL GUIDE]A Solo Traveler’s Guide to Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

One destination that should be at the top of every traveler’s bucket list is Malaysia. The Southeast Asian country is not only well-regarded for its exceptional cuisine, but it is also filled with many superb landmarks you’re unlikely to forget, such as KL Tower and Batu Caves. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE]A Solo Traveler’s Guide to Malaysia

[EXPLORE SG] Future Together At Gardens By The Bay From 16 January – 31 March 2020

In collaboration with Gardens by the Bay, art collective teamLab is holding an ever-changing, immersive exhibition #futuretogether from 16 January to 31 March 2020. The exhibition is held in support of the Singapore Bicentennial, a year-long series of commemorative events to mark the 200th anniversary of the arrival of the British in Singapore. The exhibits are available across both indoor and outdoor spaces of Bayfront Plaza. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Future Together At Gardens By The Bay From 16 January – 31 March 2020

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