Seoul is one of our favourite destinations in Asia and the city is known for its many distinct and lively districts where you will never get bored of the endless shopping, delicious local food and exciting things to do.
Ask any local where you should go when you are in Seoul and many will tell you that Hongdae is a neighbourhood you must not miss. It is not difficult to guess why Hongdae is one of the top choices—there is just so much going on!
From indulging in spicy Korean Army Stews and getting a tipple with your friends in a bar to street shopping and catching street performances, here are 12 Things To See, Do & Eat When You Are In Hongdae. READ ON
Breakfast is undoubtedly the most important meal of the day. Give us a choice, and we would love to be fumbling around the kitchen, whipping up the most fluffy and delicious scrambled eggs whilst preparing a nice warm cuppa. Sadly, we often succumb to the temptation of snoozing in bed instead—only to have just enough time to wash up and rush out of the house.
We all love the sight of a scrumptious feast in the morning—all laid out on the dining table waiting for us to dig in. However, we are often caught with a time constraint which limits our options when it comes to breakfast.
If you have always wanted to prepare a wholesome breakfast that does not take much time to prepare, here are 7 Easy Breakfast Recipes To Try At Home. Now, you can indulge in both extra sleep and a hearty breakfast at the same time.
The capital city of Malaysia is replete with eateries that will delight even the most sophisticated of gourmands. On the other end of the spectrum, Kuala Lumpur is also perfect for sampling local street food steeped in rich culture—this offers you a wholly novel experience from simply dining at regular indoor food joints.
A visit to Kuala Lumpur is no doubt incomplete without visiting one of these ubiquitous “pasar malams” that reflects the Southeast Asian lifestyle. From a plethora of unique delicacies, super cheap clothing, household knick-knacks to funky accessories and souvenirs, the night bazaars here are absolutely happening (and worth tackling). Do remember that bargain is de rigueur.
Are you ready to discover and appreciate the melting pot of Kuala Lumpur? Select a day, brace through the lively night markets and pamper your taste buds while you are at it.
Here Are 8 Night Markets In Kuala Lumpur To Feast Your Eyes On. READ ON
You’ve knocked off and you’re looking to unwind over drinks. Or maybe you need a spot for an intimate date night that will impress. If gin and tonic (G&T) puts you in high spirits or if you are just a curious tippler who’s clueless about gin, head over to Cin Cin for a taste of their collection of boutique gins and gin-inspired cocktails.
Find them nestled on the ground floor of Oasia Hotel at Tanjong Pagar and be greeted by sleek, refined sage green and emerald furnishing with accents of gold for glamour.
Behind their marble counter is a collection of almost 100 different gins ready to be mixed with a variety of tonic waters. If you’re feeling experimental, build your own G&T with some help from the bartenders. Whatever the creation, Cin Cin is has has a wondrous diversity of flavours to help you make the world feel a little more bearable.
Joining in on the soufflé pancake trend is Fluff Stack that sits on the basement of the newly renovated F&B section of Suntec City. Pretty in pink with gold accents, the decor of the cafe is as pretty as the pancakes.
But one thing that definitely sets Fluff Stack apart from other soufflé pancake cafés has got to be the price point. While soufflé pancakes tend to be priced at a premium, we love that the ones here start from S$8.80 which is pretty affordable!
Singapore is known to be a food haven with abundant options such that we always find ourselves spoilt for choice when it comes to making a decision on what to have for our next meal. However, within Singapore itself, there are several enclaves where foodies will find themselves at during the next outing with their mates. Needless to say, Tanjong Pagar is one of them.
Many would think of just Korean restaurants when Tanjong Pagar comes to mind, but beyond that, Tanjong Pagar is home to a slew of cafés, restaurants and eateries. Whether it is Western food or Chinese fare you are looking for, cheap-eats or posh, elegant restaurants to bring your date, Tanjong Pagar has it all.
Here we have sussed out 27 eateries, cafés and restaurants in Tanjong Pagar for you to check out!
Being a parent is hard in so many ways.
Bringing kids out for a meal can be extremely difficult, especially if there is no entertainment to keep them occupied. However, nothing beats having the time to bond with your loved ones over a hearty meal and to see the goofy smiles on your kids’ faces. Kids are fickle creatures and probably have the same attention span as a puppy. That said, having kid-friendly elements such as a playground or a kids menu would help family meals a lot less chaotic.
From cafes with a soft-fall playground to a mini buffet catered to kids and a dedicated reading corner to the little ones, here is our guide to 13 kid-friendly restaurants in Singapore.
There’s nothing quite as thrilling as discovering something that is hidden—be it intentionally or not. Just the feeling of exclusiveness, being part of a special few to actually know of a hidden gem’s existence gives us a sense of gratification.
In our case, we simply love it whenever we discover hidden food gems. Some tucked away in some of Singapore’s lesser-known shopping malls and even some that find themselves nestled within industrial parks.
Some may say that secrets are meant to be kept, but as far as good food is concerned, sharing is caring—and we care. So here is our list of 11 secret eateries hidden in ulu places.