Laifabar has relocated to Prestige Centre at Bukit Batok Crescent recently. They used to be at The Scarlet Singapore, Ann Siang Hill. The name “Laifabar” is refer to “let’s prosper” in Mandarin words. The F&B was always full house and long queue whenever I passed by the previous location. They serve traditional old school wanton noodles and other delights with price starts from S$5.50 onwards. There are a mix of online reviews but mostly are positive so I was looking forward to it. Continue reading [SG EATS] Laifabar – “Bu Jian Tian” Char Siew Noodles At Prestige Centre | Bukit Batok Crescent
I enjoyed eating Malay-style chicken rice because of their chicken marination and chilli/ sambal. Chicken rice in Malay language called Nasi Ayam and I used to have it weekly during my days in Malaysia. So when I came across this Green Chilli Chicken Rice, I am interested to give it a try. Continue reading [SG EATS] Green Chilli Chicken Rice (Nasi Ayam Chili Hijau) At Sims Vista Market & Food Centre
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