Most travellers have a misconception that Southeast Asia is not a destination for surfing, but they are absolutely wrong.
While our waters might not be of Surfers Paradise’s standards, we are actually still blessed with many beautiful beaches that are ideal for surfing and other water sports. Good news is that these scenic destinations are not too far away from Singapore either.
From Nha Trang’s Bai Dai Beach to Lombok Island’s Desert Point, here is our guide to 8 Best Surfing Spots in Southeast Asia. These listed places are inexpensive and boast great waves.
In a fast-paced and highly stressful society where Singaporeans are only getting an average of 6 hours 32 minutes of sleep every night, it is little wonder that most people would require that morning dose of caffeine to get through the day.
For those who spend a majority of their time toiling away in the Central Business District (CBD), searching for that flavourful cuppa may be a daunting task.
But fret not, for here are 10 coffee places in Tanjong Pagar where you can get coffee that will help you to stay awake.
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.
Coffee Amo is a popular cafe in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, or otherwise more commonly known as Petaling Street. With its centralised location, many come to this cafe to rest their weary feet after shopping or to enjoy afternoon tea with their friends.
“Amo” translates to love in Italian and that is exactly what the baristas put into brewing your coffee—lots of love. Their speciality coffee which comes with 3D coffee art has been making rounds on Instagram, attracting both locals and tourists into the cafe.
If you are around the area, why not drop by and have a cuppa or two? READ ON
Situated along East Coast Road, Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique is a delightful ice cream paradise that is highly popular on social media for its extremely photogenic interior and of course, its amazing ice cream.
A prominent face in the vibrant Katong food scene, you will find signature flavours of ice cream inspired by natural botanical elements in this humble parlour.
The annual Cherry Blossoms at Gardens by The Bay’s Flower Dome is back from now until 24 March 2017. This year, there will be more trees spread out around the conservatory, as well as new varieties that will be on show for the first time.
Japanese rice bowls are all the rage and we are happy that the trend is here to stay. Besides Kuro Maguro which just opened earlier this year, we have discovered another gem in Tanjong Pagar that offers affordable donburi.
Salmon Samurai in 100AM Mall mainly features S$9.90 customisable salmon donburi sets. Of a mere 10-minute walk from Tanjong Pagar Station, the Japanese eatery’s prime location and hospitable service make it a popular dining location for those who are working in the vicinity.
Ready for this quick and affordable salmon don fix? READ ON