We are just one month away from reaching the mid-year mark and has the year been crazy for you thus far? With the remarkably popular Artbox Singapore happening last month, Singaporeans might just be all frenzied.
It’s over now but May 2017 is no less happening. No matter your preference for the arts and culture, gastronomical food events or even thematic runs, there is so much to look forward to and celebrate in May.
Forget Artbox, Here Are 12 Events Happening In Singapore In May 2017.
With growing consumer demands and airlines offering competitive pricing for airplane tickets, it is not surprising that Singaporeans are jetting off for a short holiday every now and then.
Long weekends are the best for short trips to a neighbouring country and it is never too early to start planning! The release of 2018′s long weekends by the Ministry of Manpower had most Singaporeans groaning in dismay that there will only be four official long weekends next year.
In this guide, we share with you the best places to go during the four official long weekends in Singapore and how you can plan your off days to extend the number of long weekends in 2018. READ ON
Hoe Kee Chicken Rice is a popular destination for Malacca’s iconic chicken rice balls. Having been around since 1962, the chicken rice shop has been dishing out scrumptious chicken and other side dishes to their regular customers.
It is advisable to reach early or be prepared to wait in line for your turn. Hoe Kee Chicken Rice opens early in the morning and closes just before evening time or when ingredients run out.
If you are around Jonker Street, drop by Hoe Kee Chicken Rice for a delightful lunch. READ ON
Whenver someone talks about dining at Orchard Road (or anywhere else nearby), most people are quick to assume that it would be an extravagant wallet-damaging meal. While there are many fine dining restaurants in this vicinity, there is also a sheer number of budget-friendly eateries. Yes, you can find a bowl of noodles at S$5 and below if you search hard enough!
From Far East Shopping Centre, Golden Mile Complex to Orchard Towers, here are 8 Old Shopping Malls In Singapore where you can find lots of cheap food options.
More often that not, we would neglect our breakfast in the morning during weekdays because we need that extra few minutes in bed before preparing for work. Most of us simply grab a cuppa and go.
Therefore, having a nutritious and fulfilling lunch is very important to keep us going throughout the day. And where else better to go during lunch hour than the trendiest restaurants in town for their lunchtime set lunches?
These places are great for holding business lunch meetings with your clients, celebrating an occasion with your colleagues or even at times when you just feel like giving yourself a treat.
You will be spoilt for choice with these 11 Best Set Lunches in Singapore. Bon appétit!
Great news for coffee lovers, the famous Omotesando Koffee from Tokyo will be opening in Singapore in June at the new Downtown Gallery mall in Shenton Way.
Hotel buffets have always been a favourite past time of ours, simply because we know that every time we head over to one, we will be indulging in a quality buffet spread and having the time of our lives. Of course, as with every aspect of life, some are better than others but in general, the hotel buffets in Singapore are top notch and this includes buffets of different styles and cuisines.
That is the great thing about Singapore, being able to dig in to different types of cuisines easily. Dim Sum Buffets, Indian Curry Buffets and so much more. Buffets in general is an indulgence and people generally have in once in a while. Hence, every time you do go to a buffet, you want to ensure that it is a worthwhile and satisfying experience.
Here is The Ultimate Guide to Hotel Buffets in Singapore – 33 Places to Eat to Your Heart’s Content. Rest assured that you will find a buffet that suits your needs an preferences from this extensive list.
One of the most popular cafes in Malacca, The Daily Fix welcomes many visitors on a daily basis. There are a few factors we can think of that attributed to the cafe’s overwhelming success—its location and charming vintage interior.
The Daily Fix is hidden behind a souvenir store at Jonker Street. The only way you will notice any signs of the cafe is if you look out for a sign displayed outside. Mysterious vibes? Checked.
Serving a menu featuring fusion mains and desserts, this is one cafe you cannot skip when in Malacca city. READ ON