Nyonya kueh is a true favourite among Singaporeans and Malaysians. From the rainbow-hued Lapis Sagu to the gula melaka-filled Ondeh Ondeh, these are the desserts you ate as a kid before the onset of cafes and ondeh-ondeh soft-serves.
Here’s a list of kueh you should know about! To those aspiring to get more connected with your Peranakan roots or even those who just simply love kueh, you will enjoy this list.
In the super fast-paced rat race in Singapore, it’s getting increasingly difficult to have more alone-time. It’s super hard just to get a few hours to ourselves, yet even then, we might have other priorities outside of work, school and all.
Here’s a list of cafes you can visit if you want to take a short breather from life. They’re quiet and perfect for being alone while sipping on a hot drink, watching as life passes you by even just for an hour or two.
Dreary work days, long hours without a proper break… life sure gives us lemons. A lot of them.
But we make desserts out of them! Don’t you love a bright, citrusy lemon dessert?
With this list off 13 dessert places in Singapore that made good use of Life’s lemons in their desserts, you’re sure to perk up in the days to come! Positive vibes and lemon desserts only, please!
If there’s one food fad that will never run out of style, it’s got to be Matcha. There’s just something about that bright green colour and earthy rich flavour that keeps everyone coming back for more each time. It’s definitely one of our favourite drinks of all time, too!
Here’s a curated list of some must-try matcha drinks in Singapore – meant for hardcore matcha fans and even the newest addition to the matcha-lovers’ family. Whether it’s to warm you up on a chilly, rainy afternoon or to refresh you in Singapore’s heat, this list for matcha drinks has got you covered.
Cafe hopping in Seoul can take a toll, especially on your wallet. Despite having a plethora of cafes to patronize, Seoul is also home to several traditional markets that provide an abundance of tantalizing dishes well-loved by locals – and possibly you, once you try them too!
It may be a little confusing to navigate through traditional market food because dish names are all in Korean and sometimes, menus may not have English in them. Don’t worry though, because we’ve got your back with this list of 10 Traditional Market Foods to Try On Your Next Trip to Korea.
With Kampung Admiralty, gone are the days of kampungs where the first thing that comes to mind are run-down houses made out of concrete and faded paint.
Once again, Singapore has earned another badge of honour – the Building of The Year Award 2018 at the World Architecture Festival last December – with their newest modern retirement village, Kampung Admiralty.
Kampung Admiralty, located just beside Admiralty station, is a mixed-use retirement estate that melds housing for the elderly, childcare centres, medical services and an array of food options. Here’s a guide to show you around Singapore’s newest architectural wonder.
Souffle Pancakes – a term for one of the hottest desserts in Singapore right now. These wiggly-jiggly stacks of cloud-like pancakes have taken the country by storm with more and more souffle pancakes appearing on menus in every restaurant!
If you haven’t hopped on the latest trend in Singapore, or have lost track of what’s good in Singapore, check out this list of the fluffiest souffle pancakes in Singapore! These are the places you can grab some fluffy stacks of your own.
Singapore’s known all around the world for food, shopping and how lush our greenery is but to locals, sometimes it gets a little boring once we run out of things to do. Other than the occasional Art Box, Night Markets and Carnivals, what else is there to do?
Well, perhaps you can embark on a wall crawl to find some hidden murals scattered around Singapore. Here are some of artist Yip Yew Chong’s works depicting Singapore’s golden years. Discover a whole new side of Singapore in paint!