Internet Cafés in Singapore might not have very good reputations. Most of the time, they are just boring rented units equipped with computers, a working Wi-Fi connection, and perhaps some snacks and drinks to keep you satiated.
The Japanese, however, take their Internet Cafés very seriously. They are often associated with Manga Kissa (or Manga Cafés). @Bagus Gran Cyber Café in Shinjuku, Tokyo, is one such place, and a single visit there has completely changed our opinions of Internet Cafés.
The place is hygienic, comfortable, and they even provide private cubicles for napping! Here are a couple of reasons Why You Should Visit @Bagus Gran Cyber Café In Shinjuku Tokyo At Least Once In Your Life.
Plaza Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Beach Road wows us again in 2017 with their signature Ultimate Crab Feast. With an extensive spread of crab delights exquisitely curated by Executive Chef Ken Ang and his team, this year’s run sees new flavours (again) and will be bigger than before.
A total of seven different main crab dishes will be available in the buffet line-up. Chef Ken vows to ensure that every crab flavour that he puts on the table is of remarkable quality and stellar flavours that will please the crowd, so it is a game of quality over quantity.
Eating crabs a la carte is no fun. Limited by the portion before you, it is not unusual to find yourself wishing you had more to dig into. That’s why crab buffets are always an indulgence.
Make your way down to the Plaza Brasserie from 09 April 2017 until 28 June 2017 and feast on your favourite crabs at a reasonable price of S$68++ per adult and S$41++ per child, only available during dinner from Sundays to Wednesdays.
Some days we just thank the universe for giving us this integral part of our daily lives—instant noodles. Instant noodles have been a saviour of many, from late nights in the office to sustenance during your dreary student days.
Did you know that instant noodles (or instant ramen) were first invented by Momofuku Ando in Osaka? Nissin Foods was the first company to create and distribute it to the masses.
To celebrate this amazing creation that many around the world are thankful for, the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum was born in 2011 and is open to the public to come forth and understand the history and significance of this iconic food.
Best part here? You can D.I.Y your perfect instant ramen bowl! Here is what you can expect from this mind-blowing museum.
Everybody has different opinions and impressions when it comes to hotel preferences. Some would focus on the room size and interior decor, while others would look at the location and amenities. But there’s one thing (almost) everyone would love to do under the warm equatorial sun in Singapore—swim!
Hotel swimming pools have evolved leaps and bounds over the years. Going beyond its basic functions, modern pools incorporate aesthetically pleasing fixtures and features based on carefully crafted concepts, exuding charm and atmospheric appeal for hotel guests who might end up snapping rather than swim.
Follow us on a short journey as we explore 17 Unbelievably Gorgeous Swimming Pools In Singapore That Will Blow Your Mind!
Changi City Point is recognised for the sweet discounts offered at its factory outlets and for its vast selection of restaurants and eateries.
From 10 to 16 April 2017, the Chocoffee Fiesta happening at Changi City Point will give you (more) reasons to visit if you haven’t already.
It will be a weekend of gourmet chocolate and good coffee, and our team will be there to join in the fun and participate in the food demonstrations on 15 April 2017 from 12pm to 3pm.
Read on to find out more about the event, in-mall promotions in April and even an Instagram contest where three winners stand to win a S$100 Changi City Point gift card.
We will see you there!
You probably go to enough buffets in Singapore and have seen the best and the worst of people. Admit it, when it comes to free-flow food, many unleash the inner beast in them.
Dining etiquette almost always never applies when it comes to buffets, not even in the most prestigious of hotels. Although we diss those who conduct themselves poorly in buffets, we might also be guilty of some of these acts. Hogging the sashimi counter? Camping at the lobster grill? They are all relatable.
Find out what kind of person you are at a buffet and what are the other people you might meet there.
Photo Credit: The Straits Times
Sungei Road Thieves Market—which first started out in the 1930s and has been around for around eight decades—will officially close on 10 July 2017.
The popular flea market will be dearly missed by Singaporeans when it is due for closure in order to make way for construction of the Sungei Road MRT station.
Known as the “Thieves Market” because of its notorious reputation in dealing with stolen items, it is now a popular marketplace for tourists and locals who are looking for affordable household or vintage items.
Let’s take a walk down memory lane today and revisit some of the fondest memories many of us have forged there. Here are 6 Reasons Why We Will Miss Sungei Road Thieves Market. READ ON
Food is a luxury in itself but with an increasing demand for opulent food, more and more cafes and restaurants are stepping up their game. Dishing out and creating dishes laced with caviar, white truffle, edible gold and other top-of-the-line food items are just some of the ways to stand out.
But how far is too far when it comes to luxurious dishes? In our research, we chanced upon a singular meal that costs US$12,000! Is it really worth it? Have people taken “treat yourself” to a whole new out-of-this-world level?
Here are 10 Outrageously Luxurious Food In The World With The Most Ridiculous Price Tags. Brace yourselves.