For as long as adulthood and monthly bills started becoming a concern to us, nothing has helped alleviate that miserable feeling better than an ice-cold beer or a punchy cocktail at the end of a stress-filled workday. Yet, necessary as they are, alcoholic drinks do not come cheap in Singapore.
But did you know that besides the bar-laden enclave of Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay and Boat Quay, there lies a number of excellent bars in town with some unbelievable happy hour deals?
Forget idling around in your mundane office clicking on random icons on your computer to make yourself seem busy. Just get your work done and countdown to Happy Hour! Here are 10 Sensational Happy Hour Spots On Orchard Road That You Need To Know About.
Cheese is a comfort food for some, and an essential for many. Whether it is a pizza featuring a mixture of cheeses, a simple macaroni and cheese overflowing with luscious cheese or even roti prata with a slice of cheese in it, one fact still remains—we absolutely love it.
This gooey, salty and luxurious treat is one of the most versatile ingredients around that goes with pretty much anything, but for hardcore foodies and cheese lovers like us, we all know that the best way to truly appreciate cheese in its full glory is to have it as it is—paired with perhaps a robust wine or dried fruit.
Well, the good news is that there are many gourmet stores and cheesemongers in Singapore, allowing us better access to fine cheeses from around the world.
Serving up an impressive variety of imported artisanal cheeses from mild cheddar to the funkier taleggio, here are 10 speciality cheese stores in Singapore you can depend on for your next cheese and wine get-together.
Wu Pao Chun Bakery—Taiwan’s famous bakery—is opening in Singapore. Established in Kaohsiung in November 2010, Wu Pao Chun Bakery is best known for its award-winning Taiwan longan with red wine bread and Taiwan Litchi Rose Champion Bread.
Breadtalk Group will be entering into a joint venture agreement with Wu Pao Chun to open the bakery in Singapore.
Chicago is the third largest city in the United States of America and is interestingly home to the only river in the world that flows backwards. The Windy City is famous for inventing the very first Ferris Wheel, gorgeous skyline, Chicago-style deep-dish pizza and much more.
From historically rich Art Institute of Chicago to the visually striking masterpiece Cloud Gate, here are 6 Must-Visit Attractions in Chicago that you must include in your itinerary.
Sushi is a very big part of Japanese food culture and in Singapore, we are blessed with many great Japanese restaurants that are able to satisfy our sushi cravings. These Japanese restaurants range from affordable to mid-tier and right up to the fanciest restaurants that will cost you an arm and a leg when you dine there.
We have heard of sushi dishes that come with exorbitant price tags but not all of us are able to afford that kind of luxury on a daily basis. Then again, who says that good sushi has to be expensive?
If you are looking for good sushi bars in Singapore serving sushi at wallet-friendly prices, carry on reading this guide to find out more. READ ON
Tsui Wah—Hong Kong’s famous cha chaan teng—is finally opening in Singapore on 15 June 2018! Locals and tourists alike flock to Tsui Wah Restaurant for their signature Hainanese chicken rice, fishball noodles, and Bo Luo Bao.
Jumbo Group will be partnering Tsui Wah to bring the Hong Kong-style Cha Chaan Teng to Singapore.
Ssamziegil is an art and cultural building in Insadong, Seoul.
As a cultural complex, Ssamziegil’s role is to retain the nostalgia of Insadong’s old streets and alleys that are filled with antique shops that reflect a piece of old Seoul. Since 2004, the place has been receiving tourists and locals who are interested in traditional artwork, visiting folk art galleries and attending craft workshops.
With so many interesting exhibitions to see and things to do, you have to pop by Ssamziegil the next time you are in Insadong. READ ON
Beyond anything else, Penang is known to be a food paradise with some of the best street food in Southeast Asia (we may be biased). Even tourists would have heard of the famous Hokkien Mee, Penang Char Koay Teow and Curry Mee.
So much has been said and written about Penang’s amazing street food but what most people may not be aware of, are the different local desserts they can find in Penang as well. Aside from the well-known Cendol, there is still an array of sweet treats to try when you are there.
For all you sweet tooths out there who are visiting Penang soon, here are 9 Local Desserts In Penang You Must Try. READ ON