Milk & Madu is a popular local Berawa family cafe in Canggu, Bali visited by many visitors for their hearty breakfast, well-cooked lunch and signature revolver coffees. For those of you who are familiar with Bali’s cafe scene, Milk & Madu is owned by the same team behind Watercress Cafe in Seminyak.
We are glad to share that the cafe did not disappoint with the overall dining experience. On top of that, diners can also get nutritious grub from Nalu Bowls—Bali’s first smoothie bowl shack—which is famous for their colourful smoothie bowls.
Just mention the word ‘fat’ and it is enough to turn many of us off. The health-conscious junkies or those who are on a diet would know that high-fat food is bad for health and add inches onto our waistlines.
But strictly speaking, not ALL types of food rich in fat are bad for us. There are good fats found in avocado, cheese and even chocolate! Yes, ladies. You can still have your chocolates when you crave for them.
Many of them contain nutrients that your body needs and they keep you from feeling hungry. Here are 8 Fatty Food That Is Actually Good For Your Health. READ ON
Finding the right travel partner is one of the most important decisions you can make when planning for your holiday trip. Due to lifestyle differences, there are many things you will have to compromise with one another so that the trip will be more smooth sailing.
Who else better to travel with than your best friend? After all, we are talking about someone you probably have known your entire life. This person understands you more than anyone in the world, so travelling together should not be much of an issue right?
The reality is that travelling with someone—no matter how much you love that person—does not always turn out to be how we expect it to be. There will be times when you get exasperated and annoyed, especially when your opinions are not the same.
Here, we share the Expectations vs. Reality When You Travel With Your Best Friend. READ ON
Delicious as the food may be, many Korean restaurants in Singapore are not exactly affordable for students or even working adults who are on a budget. A meal at an established Korean restaurant can easily set us back at S$25 or more per person.
We then set forth with a mission in search of affordable, no-frills Korean eateries in Singapore where we can satisfy our Korean food cravings without breaking the bank. In this guide, you will find a list of Korean eateries featuring mains that are mostly below S$10.
A cafe by day and bistro by night, SHINISE is where you can get hearty food, live music, coffee, beer and baked goods all at one destination. The vintage cafe is housed in a pre-war heritage building centrally located in George Town, Penang.
Their food menu is inspired by Western eats but the creative minds behind the team at SHINISE has incorporated local influences in certain dishes to turn it up a notch. As such, visitors can expect to see fusion creations on their dining table that are mostly priced below RM30/ S$10.
Bird’s nest is a valuable Chinese tonic that is said to provide plenty of health benefits and improve your body’s immune system. This is the reason why it is highly sought after by the Chinese who use it to enhance their health.
We came across 92 Armenian, an upscale vintage cafe in Penang offering various types of bird’s nest delicacies such as their signature Bird Nest Egg Tart and other desserts. While some may think that is excessive, we are rather impressed with the team’s creativity and how they reshape the way we think of this traditional Chinese tonic.
Heading to Bali for a break away from the hustle and bustle of city life? One place you have to include your Bali itinerary is The Lawn in Canggu, Bali
There is nothing not to love about the beach club—its outdoor pool deck overlooking scenic views of Batubolong Beach, comfortable lounge beds and a comprehensive menu consisting of light bites and mains.
Imagine sipping on coconuts and other signature cocktails at The Lawn while admiring the beautiful sunset… What a life! READ ON
Quince is a beautiful lifestyle cafe in Canggu, Bali that is major #interiorgoals.
Offering mostly organic food made from both local and imported ingredients, one can expect to see Asian and Mediterranean cuisines on the menu. Look forward to a range of nutritious vegetarian delights that will keep you coming back for more.
What keeps people coming back though, is the warm hospitality and homey vibes at Quince. The owners Armen and Michelle are known to enjoy mingling around with guests and you are likely to see them taking orders as well. READ ON