Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market in Seoul needs no further introduction. The popular fish market has appeared in many Korean variety shows and is now one of the top tourist destination in Seoul.
What makes Noryangjin Fish Market so well-received among both locals and travelers is the wide selection of fresh seafood on offer. Some head there to buy seafood back home but many more choose to have them steamed and cooked in various ways at the restaurants nearby.
Having a seafood feast at Noryangjin Fish Market is an eye-opening experience no one should miss out on, but it may be intimidating for first timers and those who are not able to speak Korean. Follow our tips in this guide and you will be able to conquer Noryangjin Fish Market like a pro!
We have also included a rough estimate of the prices of fresh seafood as well as cooking services at the restaurants in Noryangjin Fish Market. READ ON
Most people regard one-north as the CBD of the west, but little did we know that this part of Singapore also happens to be a budding little dining enclave, filled with hearty eateries and stunning cafes.
We all know how important a good cuppa is to get us through a work day, so here are 8 cafes in one-north that you should definitely pay a visit to for great, revitalising coffee. The best part is that they are all within walking distance from one another.
Nothing perks us up on a hectic work day than a top-notch cup of properly brewed coffee. Here are 8 cafes in one-north for you to get your caffeine fix.
Jatujak Green—or commonly known as JJ Green Market—is one of our favourite night markets in Bangkok. Situated near to the popular Chatuchak Market, JJ Green Market is where you will find both locals and tourists indulging in Thailand’s best street food, haggling prices with retail stall owners and chilling the night away with a beer or two.
The crowd starts coming in after 5pm and the place is most happening from Thursday to Sunday nights. If you are not planning to take a cab because of the peak hour jam, you can take a slow walk from Mo Chit BTS Station.
Not sure what to do or eat there? Take a look at our guide to JJ Green Market.
If you like a good drink from time to time but constantly find yourself on a tight budget, then this guide is for you.
There is no better way to wind down after a long work-week than to share a round (or more) of drinks and good laughs among friends. Yet, it is often easier said than done to make it in time to snag those happy hour promotions. In the end, we just settle for expensive drinks, only to regret how much we actually spent the following morning.
Everyone deserves a solid night out every once in a while and a great night should not come at a high price. Here is a list of bars in Singapore that offer unbelievably affordable drinks, both during and after happy hour. Yes, drinks under S$10; we are in.
October is approaching us slowly but surely, and soon before you know it, we would already be celebrating Christmas! Although it may be a slow month for you at work, there is no need to fret as there are various events, concerts and sporting activities taking place in Singapore this October that you can fill up your calendar with.
And October will be the month where we will be treated to concerts by the worldwide pop sensation Backstreet Boys and K-pop star Tae Yang, and with the arrival of the Mid-Autumn Festival, it is time to get fat and stuff yourself silly with plenty of mooncakes!
If you are a little lost as to what we are talking about, or if you feel that your schedule for October looks a little empty, here are 24 Events In Singapore In October 2017 to check out with your squad.
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Junction 8 is a popular heartland shopping mall located in the centre of Bishan. It houses a cinema, countless retail stores and a wide array of food outlets which make it a really happening hang-out spot for people and especially students from nearby schools.
From food kiosks to proper sit-down restaurants, Junction 8 features an array of more than 50 F&B outlets. You will never run out of food options here but to make life just a little bit simpler, here is our Junction 8 Food Directory to help you better decide on your next meal.
The annual Mid-Autumn Festival is one Chinese festival in Singapore that we always look forward to. Falling on the 15th of the eighth lunar month, it is often celebrated at night when there is a bright full moon and is usually accompanied by the soft glow of paper lanterns, Chinese tea and mooncakes.
Without a doubt, mooncakes are the main highlight of the Mid-Autumn Festival and with each year that passes by, we are spoiled with even more innovative mooncake varieties. This year, you can expect some pretty strange yet tantalising mooncake flavours from tom yum to American Ginseng—boozy ones are also available for the grown-ups. And for those of you who prefer the traditional white lotus mooncake with egg yolk, we’ve also included a list of our favourite places.
From traditional to contemporary mooncakes, here is our guide to 9 places to buy the best mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival this 2017.
With the high price tag on most seafood dishes, it is not surprising that most would turn to satisfying their seafood cravings at buffets instead of regular seafood dining establishments.
But the problem arises when we do not find ourselves craving the entire spread of seafood but just some freshly shucked oysters. Where then do we turn to for affordable oysters when the hunger arises?
Here are 12 Places In Singapore For Oysters Under S$3++. It is time to take advantage of these amazing oyster happy hour deals in Singapore whilst saving your wallet some pain.