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.
There is just something so inviting about a hot bowl of rich and nourishing ramen and it is one of our go-to comfort foods whenever we need a perk me up especially on wet gloomy days in Singapore. But it is hard to find a sumptuous bowl of ramen that comes at a reasonable figure and this is why Ramen Hitoyoshi should be your next dining destination.
Ramen Hitoyoshi is a 2-month old restaurant in Harbourfront Centre that all ramen lovers need to know. Brought to you by a partnership between local chefs Ray and Tan who have a breadth of experience in various dining establishments including Keisuke Ramen, Ramen Hitoyoshi’s menu features a selection of affordable yet tasty ramen options starting from S$10.90, and diners also have the opportunity to customise their own ramen.
The capital of Taiwan is a short flight away from Singapore and the one-way journey takes only 4 hours and 40 minutes. Taipei might not be as geographically near as its neighbours i.e. Bangkok and Hong Kong, but the Asian city’s cultural attractions are worth a special trip.
From eating fresh seafood from Addiction Aquatic Development, marvelling at award-winning National Palace Museum’s vast collection of artefacts to visiting the grand Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, here are 10 Touristy But Interesting Taipei Attractions That You Should Visit.
While planning a trip to Melbourne, most holidaymakers seem to forget about one important issue: Airport transfer. For those who have never visited Melbourne before, here is something you need to know—there are no trains located at Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport, hence getting to the city centre is not as simple for first-timers to the world’s most liveable city.
There are several modes of airport transfers available, but one should always consider a number of factors—such as budget, flight timing and the number of travellers with you etc— before picking your ideal mode of airport transfer. From renting a car, taking a taxi to using sky bus, here are 6 Ways To Get From Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport To The City.
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.
As sinful as suppers may be, not many can resist the temptation of slurping down a delicious bowl of bak chor mee when the late night hunger pangs strike. Who cares about diet when food can give you the ultimate satisfaction in life?
If you are bored of the usual supper places in Singapore, it is time to head over to Johor Bahru. The Malaysian state is home to many late night casual eateries and restaurants offering scrumptious Malaysian delicacies that will satisfy your tummy.
Here are 12 Supper Spots In Johor Bahru Worth Crossing The Border For. READ ON
Desserts. We eat them whenever we are angry, bored, happy or sad.
It is true that they make us feel better, even if it is just a temporary relief. But living in the world’s most expensive city means we often have to fork out ridiculous amounts just for a pretty dessert. Well, the good news is – that’s not always the case, as long as you look hard enough. Or know where to look.
Our team has expanded our waistlines just to curate this guide of affordable and delicious sweet treats in Singapore that everyone can seek comfort from without breaking the bank. You are welcome.
We present to you The Ultimate Guide To 30 Awesome Desserts Under S$8 In Singapore.