Just a short 3-minute walk from City Square Mall in Johor Bahru, Kam Long Curry Fish Head is a top choice of many locals and Singaporeans who frequent the eatery for its affordable and delicious Curry Fish Head.
Whether you are visiting on a weekday or weekend, there is always a snaking queue here. The reason is simple—the curry fish head is unique and pocket-friendly! At just S$7 for a small portion (good for 2 to 4 people), you get a bang for your buck for this huge and delicious bowl of curry packed with incredible flavours!
You need to add this to your itinerary the next time you visit Johor Bahru. Kam Long Curry Fish Head is truly a gem!
Established in 2006, Quaich Bar is the first whisky bar in Singapore which houses more than 500 whiskies, of which 95% are sourced from boutique distilleries in Scotland.
It is quintessentially a heaven on earth for all whisky lovers. Many of the whiskies are also exclusive to Quaich Bary and they cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
The owners of Quaich Bar take pride in sourcing for the best whiskies from around the world. These one-of-a-kind whiskies should be enough for you to pay this sleek bar at South Beach Avenue a visit!
Strolling around the Myeong-dong district in Seoul, South Korea, you will find that Korean Fried Chicken joints are aplenty. However, one spot that was highly recommended to us was Noo Na Hol Dak. They have several outlets in Seoul but we visited the one right in the heart of Myeong-dong.
Upon stepping in, we found out for ourselves just how popular they are with both locals and tourists alike. The restaurant is spacious, making it a great place for communal gatherings and casual hangs with friends or colleagues. Beer is the beverage of choice to complement fried chicken—but of course.
The menu was pretty simple, focusing on what they do best: Korean-style chicken. Since Noo Na Hol Dak is well-known for their oven-baked chicken, we opted for the basic Crispy Baked Boneless Chicken (W16,900) and pints of Cass beer to enjoy.
Let us get this straight: there is no such thing as Singapore Noodles.
If you are a frequent traveler, you might have chanced upon restaurant menus overseas, especially in the Western states, that has ‘Singapore Noodles’ on the menu.
Often, these servings of Singapore Noodles consists of stir-fried or wok-fried curried vermicelli noodles with vegetables, fried eggs and meat. Sliced chicken, pork, beef or even de-shelled shrimps are very commonly used in the mix. Although all of this sounds delicious, Singaporeans will vehemently scoff at it. Because Singapore Noodles just doesn’t exist in Singapore!
Instead, we have many more amazing noodle options.
Being blessed and content living in a multi-racial society such as Singapore is a privilege that many people overlook. This diversity is what brings our little nation together, fusing people from all backgrounds and cultures into one big and happy family.
With this, it brings us the opportunity to explore these races and their specific cultures in a more in-depth setting—with various monuments, religious buildings, heritage centers and more that are available to us at any time and are generally free to visit.
As a local, you can always take a day off or use a day of your weekend to take a breather and immerse yourself in Singapore’s heritage. If you are visiting from overseas, this will be your definitive guide to do all these things in a span of a day. Here is How to Explore Singapore’s Heritage in A Day For Free.
How many calories are there in the food that you eat every day? There is always a negative connotation when it comes to calories. You might not know exactly what it is but you do know that too much of it is not good.
A calorie is actually a unit of energy and it basically means your energy consumption through eating, drinking, and energy usage through any physical activities. So calories are extremely important in our everyday lives—but in the right amounts. Unhealthy food such as deep-fried or processed food have an unhealthy amount of calories and your regular everyday activities are not enough to burn it all away.
Do you actually know how many calories there are in your favourite sinful foods that you binge-eat when no one is looking? Here’s just how unhealthy they are! You are welcome.
As an avid dessert lover, nothing beats the sugar rush of savouring a gorgeous slice of chocolate cake or digging into a refreshing fruit sorbet. For all the dessert fans out there with an incurable sweet tooth, just know that you are not alone.
We get it, desserts are like a taste of heaven. To us, having a bite of a perfectly made dessert is like falling in love; adrenaline, satisfaction, sheer happiness and all.
Before we get too excited, there are definitely “downfalls” of being a self-declared dessert enthusiast. Here are 8 Problems Only Dessert Lovers Understand – Must. Have. Cake.
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Singapore is actually a whole lot more fun if you are adventurous. There are tons of exhilarating sports and outdoor activities to take part in and they aren’t necessarily your everyday sports.
Besides the usual surfing and skating, think water-propelled jet packs that “flies” you up and even yoga on a stand-up paddle board in the sea.
Whether you are feeling stressed from work, or you just need some quick unwinding over the weekend, here are 10 Fun & Adventurous Outdoor Activities to Do in Singapore.
Time to get out of your comfort zone, guys.