[M’SIA EATS] FANCY GORENG PISANG EXPERIENCE IN KUCHING | SARAWAK

During a trip to Kuching last month, I was impressed with the development of the state.My first impression on Kuching, Sarawak is a less developed state as compared with other states of Malaysia. But after I arrived,I was wrong and Kuching has more than 180 hotels cater to travellers from all over the world.Hotel deals are on various platform including HotelsCombined. No worries on the hotel accomodation here.
So,I accidentally came across this fancy rainbow goreng pisang through Instagram. This triggers my interest to give it a try.Apparently, rainbow goreng pisang has been selling in different states of Malaysia quite sometime. However, I have not come across this yet and I am excited to give the first try. If you are not familiar with goreng pisang, this is a deep-fried banana covered with batter and is known by locals in Malaysia, Singapore, Philippine and Brunei. Continue reading [M’SIA EATS] FANCY GORENG PISANG EXPERIENCE IN KUCHING | SARAWAK

[SG EVENT] CHINGAY 2016- LIGHTS OF LEGACY, BRIGHTER SINGAPORE

Chingay is the largest street performance and float parade that happens in Singapore every year. And Chingay 2016 is happening on 19 and 20 February at F1 Pit Building.I was there on Friday (19 February) with my friend. It was raining cats and dogs and I was almost wet. It was an experience watching Chingay under the rain. Thankfully, the organizer has arranged ponchos for audience. So, I am saved from drenched but my jeans and shoes are all wet though. Continue reading [SG EVENT] CHINGAY 2016- LIGHTS OF LEGACY, BRIGHTER SINGAPORE

[SG EATS] MELLBEN SIGNATURE AT TANJONG PAGAR HAS RELOCATED

Mellben Signature is known by the locals for their savoury chilli and butter crabs. But do you know that other than Mellben Signature located at Ang Mo Kio, you can find them at Tanjong Pagar? But do take note that they have change to a new location located at Tanjong Pagar Plaza. The previous location, Bestway Building is no longer operating. This new location is easily located and just few minutes walk away from Tanjong Pagar MRT station. Continue reading [SG EATS] MELLBEN SIGNATURE AT TANJONG PAGAR HAS RELOCATED

3D NAILS X VALENTINE NAILS ART | SINGAPORE

3D Nails Jurong-7
Yeah I am back with my beauty therapy post and this time I am posting my manicure from 3D Nails. I had my CNY nail art with them and back for my Valentine nail art.You can read my first post about 3D Nails here. As usual, appointment is strongly advised before heading down to the shop. I was there on last Sunday noon to get my nails fix. Continue reading 3D NAILS X VALENTINE NAILS ART | SINGAPORE

[SG EATS] THAT FIERY FIRE RAMEN AT SHIN-SAPPORO RAMEN ORCHARD GATEWAY

If you are craving for Japanese ramen, where do you usually go? Other than the famous Keisuke Ramen, Shin-Sapporo Ramen is also one of the ramen place in Singapore F&B market.The brand itself has recently introduced Fire Ramen. I was excited to witness the fire show the other day. I thought the only chance I can see fire ramen in Japan but it is in Singapore now. For those who are as curious as me, do check them out. Continue reading [SG EATS] THAT FIERY FIRE RAMEN AT SHIN-SAPPORO RAMEN ORCHARD GATEWAY

[EXPLORE SG]EXPERIENCE THE TRICK EYE MUSEUM AT RESORT WORLD SENTOSA

After so much of CNY feasting post, I am going to write about my experience at Singapore’s Trick Eye Museum that was hosted by TIN Influencer Network during December 2015.Trick Eye Museum originates in Korea in December 2010. And Singapore is the first stop of Trick Eye Museum’s foreign venture located on the island of Sentosa.
Trick Eye Museum is globally recognized for its art technique in transforming 2D paintings and sculptures into the effect of 3D optical illusion. So, visitors can take creative photographs on the masterpiece. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG]EXPERIENCE THE TRICK EYE MUSEUM AT RESORT WORLD SENTOSA

[M’SIA EATS] A STORY OF NOODLE DESCENDENTS [面家汤] (MIN JOO CAFÉ) KUCHING

I was in Kuching, Sarawak over the weekend last month. It is my first time visiting Kuching and all this started when my sister inviting me to join her to visit her bff. We booked through AirAsia and I began listing the foods that I want to try. One of them is from Noodle Descendents which was used to call Min Joo Café. Min Joo Café was located at Bishop Gate, a small lane off Carpenter Street, Kuching years back. And now, the shop has renamed to Noodle Descendants (面家汤) and shift to a shop house at Jalan Padungan. Continue reading [M’SIA EATS] A STORY OF NOODLE DESCENDENTS [面家汤] (MIN JOO CAFÉ) KUCHING

MOVIE REVIEW: MERMAID (美人鱼) BY STEPHEN CHOW

Mermaid By Stephen Chow
My second CNY movie after Let’s Eat is the Mermaid by Stephen Chow. I watched it two days ago with my sister. Stephen Chow is known with its best action comedies of all time. Just to name few of the movies such as Shaolin Soccer, Kung Fu Hustle. As for his latest Mermaid movie, he does it again with the special effects that create a fun and relaxing movie to watch. It is just perfect for this festive season. Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW: MERMAID (美人鱼) BY STEPHEN CHOW

[SG EATS] CELEBRATING VALENTINE DINNER WITH THE SONG OF INDIA

When comes to Valentine celebration, most couples will prefer to have Western cuisine as their choice of dinner date. How about trying something different this year? For Valentine this year, Chef Mural from Song of India has launched 1 day Valentine dinner on the date itself, 14 February 2016. And in case you are not aware, The Song of India is one of the best Indian restaurants in Singapore. The restaurant is a walking distance away from Newton MRT station and short distance away from orchard road. Continue reading [SG EATS] CELEBRATING VALENTINE DINNER WITH THE SONG OF INDIA

[SG EATS] EMPRESS @ ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM

Just few days before CNY, my foodie friends and I decided to arrange a CNY dinner. We decided on Empress which is located in the iconic Asian Civilisations Museum. It is just a walking distance away from Raffles Place MRT station. Empress is a contemporary Chinese restaurant under the Prive Group with indoor and alfresco dining space. And not forgetting the view from the Empress is the Singapore River. The fusion style restaurant also serves cocktail drinks with a centralized bar in the centre of the restaurant. Some of the diners will start off with couple of drinks before proceeding to their table for the dinner. Continue reading [SG EATS] EMPRESS @ ASIAN CIVILISATIONS MUSEUM

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