8 Food Halls in New York City That You Must Include In Your Itinerary

NYC Food Halls

Move aside, Michelin-star restaurants and other fancy dining destinations; because food halls in New York City are all the rage right now.

From industrial-looking warehouses to contemporary modern establishments, The Empire State’s food halls are as diverse as its demographics. Food halls are where you can sample a myriad of cuisines at relatively affordable prices.

The success of food halls is a win-win situation for all parties involved. A sense of community is restored, cooks get to showcase their products at a lower cost and patrons can relish in gourmet satisfaction at slashed prices. From Chelsea Market, Gotham West Market to The Plaza Food Hall, here are 8 Food Halls in New Yock City that you must include in your itinerary.

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J65 – 5 New Themed Dinner Buffets (Seafood, Lobster, BBQ)

J65 Themed Buffet

J65 at Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore has done it again.

Already established as one of the best places in Singapore for affordable hotel buffet spreads, the team at J65 has curated a lineup of 5 new thematic dinner buffets which include Live Barbecue, Lobster, International, Seafood and the best of Asian flavours. Lots to delight and indulge every night of the week, we’d say.

From now until 25th May 2017, quote ’ladyironchef’ upon making your reservation to indulge in an incredible spread of buffet dishes at S$79++ for two (U.P. S$55++ per pax) on Sundays to Tuesdays and S$99++ for two (U.P. S$65++ per pax) on Wednesdays to Saturdays. Yes, in case you are still calculating, IT IS A STEAL.

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How To Travel To Penang For A 3D2N Trip With S$250 (All-Inclusive)

penang-street-art

Gone are the days where travelling leisurely is reserved for the wealthy. Vacations need not be extravagant and Singapore’s closeness to other Southeast Asian cities have equipped us with the privilege to frequent weekend travels. Why stay at home when you can venture out? Furthermore, Malaysian state Penang is only an 85-minute flight away from Singapore!

After spending a week in Georgetown, Penang, it dawned upon us that a getaway at this UNESCO World Heritage City is really a lot more affordable than what most people think – especially when you would be travelling without having to compromise on comfort. Starving yourselves is absolutely unnecessary and it helps that Penang’s street food is incredibly cheap.

From exploring Ernest Zacharevic’s street art, sampling Penang’s famous assam laksa to riding a trishaw, here is How You Can Travel To Penang For A 3D2N Trip With S$250 (All-Inclusive).

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Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore – Oyster And Lobster Occasions Buffet At S$98++ For Two

Pan Pacific Orchard Oyster Buffet

Fans of 10 at Claymore will be pleased to know that the restaurant’s much anticipated and highly raved Oyster Occasions buffet is back! This time with a scrumptious addition of succulently fresh lobsters to boot!

From 01 April 2017 to 30 June 2017, indulge in premium oysters sourced from five different parts of the world, before sinking your teeth into a bed of succulent lobsters on ice. If cooked oysters are your thing—10 at Claymore at Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore has added a marvellous spread of lobsters cooked in a variety of styles for your dining pleasure. What more can shellfish enthusiasts and buffet goers ask for!

10 At Claymore Oysters

Now here’s the best part – quote ‘ladyironchef’ to enjoy the Oyster and Lobster Occasions feast at S$98++ for two pax (dinner only).

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Izumi Japanese Fish Market – Cheap Donburi That Starts From S$5.50

Izumi Bara Chirashi Don

Bara Chirashi Don is a rice bowl topped with a variety of diced and marinated sashimi, and its popularity is unparalleled. But they don’t usually come cheap.

A hidden gem along New Upper Changi Road, Izumi Japanese Fish Market has successfully packaged affordability together with quality in their Bara Chirashi Don (S$11.80).

Other than the Bara Chirashi Don, it also has other donburi on the menu—the cheapest donburi on the menu is only S$5.50!

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12 Hotels in Seoul Under S$200 Per Night That Will Not Break Your Bank

Hotels Seoul

The seasons don’t matter because Seoul is ever popular, and the world loves this Korean city for many reasons. Apart from all the K-pop stars and Korean dramas that the world is crazy about, Seoul offers a good mix of shopping, food, arts and culture, and history.

Of course, traveling to a city with such a booming tourism industry often means that a trip there can get pretty heavy on our wallets. We understand the pain of having to pay for exorbitantly-priced hotels.

We have sussed out 12 Hotels in Seoul under S$200 a night that you can consider for your next trip. You are welcome.

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8 Places Around The World Where You Can Unexpectedly Find Cherry Blossoms

Cherry Blossoms

More than just a pretty view, the cherry blossom is a fragile flower that only blooms during Springtime and holds historical significance in Japanese culture about the precariousness and beauty of life.

During the World War II, these blooms were also used to encourage the Japanese, with aims of promoting nationalism and to uplift the spirit of militarism across the nation.

Today, the cherry blossom enjoys immense popularity by everyone in the world. Captivated by the beauty of the cherry blossoms, thousands fly to Japan every Spring to enjoy these ephemeral flowers.

However, the cherry blossoms are not just unique to Japan. Here are 8 places around the world where you can unexpectedly find cherry blossoms that you can visit, to chase that cherry blossom dream.

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