London is home to some of the best cafes in the world.
The diverse city that houses people of different cultures brings about a myriad of ideas and inspirations, and this has translated into the exhaustive array of thematic cafes, coffee-making techniques and culinary impressions, and architectural wows.
Good cafes are sprawled all over the British city. From residential neighbourhoods to CBD to the bustling city centre, good cafes are everywhere.
It is an endless quest and we are constantly being awed by new joints with every visit. It took us several years to visit numerous cafes in the city and here’s our picks on London’s best cafes and coffee shops.
Strategically situated right in between the bustling Bugis neighbourhood and City Hall area, Purvis Street is pretty much the centre of it all. In the vicinity of places such as the huge National Library and the iconic Raffles Hotel, Purvis Street is visited by both locals and tourists alike.
For us, Purvis Street has it all—both old and new. Filled with swanky European restaurants amidst honest and humble old school eateries serving local cuisines, the eclectic mix of a plethora of different restaurants is something anyone can appreciate.
If you are not familiar, here is a guide to Purvis Street’s Restaurants & Cafes. It is time to start planning a trip down for some good food!
For some reason or another, Mother’s Day always gets more attention than Father’s Day which is a shame because dads deserve to be celebrated as well! As Father’s Day is coming around the corner, how are you choosing to show your appreciation and love for the main guy in your family?
We understand that not all dads are the same—some prefer being outdoors, basking in the sunlight while others enjoy their quiet time indoors. If you are unable to make up your mind, we made things simple with a list of 9 Family Activities To Do On Father’s Day In Singapore. READ ON
When it comes to travelling, money matters. For instance, backpackers would have to consider their overall travel expenses, including several crucial factors such as transportation costs and the availability of hostels etc. Several expensive first-world cities are automatically rendered unsuitable for backpackers in this case but a few Asian cities are actually exceptionally ideal.
Here is our guide to the 7 Best Cities in Asia To Travel To For Backpackers in terms of affordability and accessibility. These vibrant destinations boast a multitude of iconic attractions and exciting activities at wallet-friendly prices, where backpackers can have a great time without breaking the bank.
Singapore’s food scene is extremely globalised and diverse and we see many international food brands opening franchises here on our sunny island. However, there are still brands which we wished were more easily accessible.
Most of us do not have the luxury to travel very often to our favourite places to savour the food unique to the country/ city. These famous food brands would make our lives so much better if they had outposts here in Singapore.
From Dominque Ansel Bakery to Ichiran Ramen, here are 23 Famous Food Brands We Wish Were In Singapore!
Fans of tempura rice bowls should check out Kogane Yama—the newest tendon restaurant in Singapore.
Started by the folks behind Chir Chir, Kogane Yama at Bugis Junction officially opens its doors to the public on 04 June 2017. This tempura speciality restaurant offers customisable tendon—choose your tendon toppings, base and the spiciness level.
No matter where you are intending to go, taking an aeroplane ride with young children might seem like one of the most dreadful moments of a holiday. This is especially true if your family is taking a long-haul flight.
While you may have done your homework and prepared all the necessary to ensure a smooth flight, it still helps to know what some of the benefits airlines offer are when you fly out of Singapore.
From complimentary baby kits to in-flight entertainment and toddler meals, here are 6 Kids-friendly Airlines From Singapore And The Benefits They Offer. READ ON
The Dragon Chamber is the first speakeasy restaurant in Singapore. A new dining concept by TungLok Group, The Dragon Chamber is hidden within Lokkee at Plaza Singapura.
For the uninitiated, a speakeasy usually refers to a bar which is hidden from plain sight; with that, part of the fun is in digging out its whereabouts. Go through a secret entrance in Lokkee and enter a different world. The Dragon Chamber is effortlessly hip and cool without trying too hard.
Do be warned that this new concept is not a space for political correctness. Only individuals aged 16 and above are permitted to enter. Contrasting Lokkee’s familiar, lovable Chinese-American recipes, The Dragon Chamber pushes boundaries by adopting experimental techniques and working with unconventional animal parts—think grilled pig’s tail and crocodile foot—to create a myriad of exotic dishes.
Whoever said dining in Singapore is getting boring most definitely need to know about The Dragon Chamber. Now, we promise you an experience unlike any other. READ ON