Kampong Glam – Visit This Vibrant Neighbourhood With Rich Heritage

Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam is a neighbourhood in Singapore that is so rich with heritage and culture. Located in the vicinity of Bugis and just beside popular areas such as Arab Street and Haji Lane, Kampong Glam houses one of the most iconic structures in Singapore—the Sultan Mosque.

However, Kampong Glam is so much more. Exuding the charm of old heritage and marrying it with modernisation; that’s what Kampong Glam is today.

The entire area is now a very trendy place where bars and cool cafes have been popping up, juxtaposing traditional shop houses selling textiles, antiques and more. It is one neighbourhood in Singapore you must visit if it is your first time to the sunny island. And for locals with no plans this weekend, #BeATouristInYourOwnCity.

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8 Street Food To Try At Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur – Dim Sum, Fried Durian, Lok Lok & More

Jalan Alor

Besides the famous Petaling Street, one other well-known food street in Kuala Lumpur is Jalan Alor. Located right in the heart of the city, Jalan Alor comes to life after 6pm. This is when you will see many vendors setting up their food stall and seafood restaurants at the side filling up.

The lively food street has plenty of options for you to choose from—be it light street snacks to local favourites and even Chinese-style zi char dishes. No matter what you are craving for, Jalan Alor has it all!

So for those who are heading to Kuala Lumpur, here are 8 Street Food You Should Try At Jalan Alor. READ ON

Penang Buffet With Unlimited Freshly Shucked Oysters and Boston Lobsters

Pan Pacific Orchard Penang Buffet

Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore has been among Singaporeans’ favourites when it comes to a resplendent buffet spread at very, almost astoundingly, affordable prices.

You might recall its resoundingly successful Pearl of The Orient Penang Fiesta from last year with an unbelievable buffet line-up featuring Penang dishes and oysters.

Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore has brought back this sell-out buffet, where you not only get to enjoy Chef’s Andy Penang classics but also freshly shucked oysters and lobsters. Yes, all FREE FLOW.

Quote ‘ladyironchef’ to enjoy a Pearl Of Orient Penang Fiesta Dinner buffet at S$98++ for 2 persons. This is one buffet you MUST go for.

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Korean Bingsu – How Long Will The Trend Last?

Bing Su Trend

When bingsu first hit the shores of Singapore, that few pioneering outlets saw snaking queues every day for months.

For the uninitiated, bingsu is a Korean shaved ice dessert. It often comes in a sharing bowl; the shaved ice may or may not be flavoured, and piled with toppings on top such as fruits and nuts.

Perhaps this was because Singaporeans have a tendency to follow where the crowd goes or maybe it was just that innate willingness to queue for food. After all, “if there is a queue, it must be good,” right?

However, would you go out of the way to satisfy your craving for a sweet ice treat or really, do you still have a craving for bingsu? Is the Korean bingsu trend still alive and how long will it last?

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10 Morning Rituals That Successful People Swear By

Morning Ritual

It has been proven that successful leaders are usually awake at the crack of dawn to get their days started while the rest of us are still battling with the snooze button.

These individuals usually possess more rigour in their daily lives by following through a ritual (or rituals) in the morning that would aid them in accomplishing their daily goals. It may be tiring to get up bright and early every day, but the payoff is often huge.

Here, we reveal 10 Morning Rituals That Successful People Swear By.

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Katanashi – Japanese Tapas Bar Offering S$12 Nett Sashimi Donburi Sets

Katanashi Boat Quay

Japanese donburi sets for only S$12 nett? Yes, you got that right!

Katanashi is a Japanese tapas bar along Boat Quay that offers reasonably priced set lunch meals on weekdays, catering mostly to working professionals whose offices are nearby.

For those who are not familiar with the area, Katanashi is a less-than-ten-minutes walking distance from Raffles Place MRT station. We are giving the Japanese bar bonus points for easy accessibility, but is their food really value-for-money?  READ ON

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