China Square Central is a dining establishment located in Singapore’s Central Business District. Featuring Chinese architecture, the modern shopping mall has artfully preserved and modified several traditional shophouses from the 60′s into cafes and restaurants.
While most people tend to associate China Square Central with its grand office tower, there is more to this place than meets the eye. There are not one, but three distinct blocks that make up China Square Central—18 Cross Street, 20 Cross Street and 22 Cross Street. Yes, that means dining options are aplenty!
From Korean BBQ to Thai favourites and coffee houses, here are 9 Restaurants, Cafes & Eateries In China Square Central You Must Dine At.
You probably did not know that you could enjoy the luxury of a private personal villa at just less than S$150 a night in Ubud, Bali.
It typically costs over a thousand dollars a night to stay in a 5-star world-class villa. But thanks to the rise of AirBnb, a wide variety of affordable luxurious holiday homes have been made available to those who are on a budget.
Read on to find out the 15 villas in Ubud, Bali that you can stay at for less than S$150 a night.
Singaporeans are blessed with a strong cafe scene in this little red dot we call home. Almost every region in the city has a good handful of cafes for you to explore – all the way from Pasir Ris to Jurong. Yes, even the west!
Although the west may sound like a far away land to many of you who do not reside there, we would gladly make our way there for a good cup of coffee or simply to appreciate the unique cafe interior design. We like to think of it as taking a day trip there with our friends in search of hidden gems in Singapore.
In this guide, we share with you our updated list of 29 Cafes in the West of Singapore You Must Visit. READ ON
Phuket is a luxurious tropical beachside destination and is one of the most visited places in Thailand for its various wonders. For one, they may be touristy, but apart from Patong Beach, they have really stunning and well-maintained beaches.
We would like to think of Phuket as a destination for a quiet, self-pampering and luxurious retreat – where we’d do nothing but laze in our villas, enjoy every sunrise, take a dip in our private pool, treat ourselves to a spa session, indulge in good meals, and take a stroll by the sea of blues.
Imagine doing all these in mansion-sized villas; waking up to a breathtaking ocean view is not a just a dream in Phuket. Because Phuket is home to some of the best villas in the world. Here is our take on the 12 Luxurious Villas in Phuket That You Must Stay At Before You Die.
Conquered the TreeTop Walk in MacRitchie Reservoir Park and itching to traverse through other tropical forest canopies? Well, look no further. Our overseas neighbour, Malaysia, is home to several awesome canopy walks. The next time you visit Malaysia, do make it a point to check out these suspended bridges – surrounded by lush greenery – for a scenic healthy hike.
From Penang National Park Canopy Walk, Sungai Sedim Canopy Walk to KL Forest Eco Park’s Canopy Walk, here are 7 Canopy Walks in Malaysia To Visit.
If you believe that Seoul is the only city of interest in South Korea, you obviously haven’t been to Busan. Located in the Southern regions, Busan has recently been gaining traction and now sees a steady flow of tourists.
Busan is a seaside town and is the second largest city in South Korea. It boasts a plethora of beaches, seaports, hot springs and more. You could say that the city is a more chilled out, relaxed version of the populated Seoul, and also holds treasures aplenty just waiting to be explored.
Have not got a clue where to start? These are the 14 Amazing Things To See & Do In Busan, South Korea.
Osaka is the second largest city in Japan after Tokyo, and has made its way to almost every traveller’s bucket list. It is also affectionately known as the Kitchen of Japan.
You have seen many guides and lists on things to do when in Tokyo, but what about Osaka? If you have yet to visit Osaka or need a reason to, this will help you out and convince you to visit the wondrous Japanese city.
Here is your definitive guide to 13 Things Every First-Timer Should Do While In Osaka.
Wedding cakes are the centrepieces of every wedding banquet. All eyes will be on the intricate design of the magnificent tiered cake (and the lovely couple, of course), so it is vital to engage a good cake designer who can deliver.
Fortunately, Singapore does not fall short of talented bakers. Each one boasts a portfolio of their own unique, distinctive styles that will suit any wedding theme that you are going for—be it classy and simple, or loud and vibrant.
Here is a list of The 8 Most Creative Independent Wedding Cake Bakers In Singapore for you to choose from.