Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar begins welcoming in the crowd from 03 May to 05 June 2019.
Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2018 was widely criticised for offering mostly hipster food rather than traditional Malay snacks that are usually found at the annual Ramadan event. The organiser has taken the feedback and 60 per cent of food stalls at Geylang Serai Bazaar this year will be offering traditional Malay food, while the remaining may offer “contemporary” or “hipster” options.
In addition, the stalls at the bazaar are also required to be either Muslim-owned, certified halal by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) or fulfill a halal criteria set by consultants engaged by the bazaar organisers.
Prepare lots of change and tissues but before you head down, read on to know what to expect. In the labyrinth of the bazaar, here are some foods you deserve for braving the heat and jostling crowd at Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar 2019.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the city is Oasis Steak & Grill, aptly named due to its location at Oasis Terraces. Situated on the first floor of Oasis Terraces, it was away from most of the crowd and stores in the mall.
Oasis Steak & Grill is known for their wallet-friendly prices of grilled meats, along with their fusion of local flavours and Western-style dishes. They also offer a selection of beers and wines at affordable prices, as well as an al fresco dining area and a small bar for you to unwind.
At 2am when most of us are fast asleep, Jurong Fishery port gets alive and bustling. While we are preparing for the next working/schooling day ahead, others are getting ready to head out and grab the freshest of seafood at fishery ports.
As the root of the industry, fishery ports like these import fresh seafood for the mongers in Singapore before distributing them out to wet markets and restaurant suppliers. Here we explore Jurong Fishery Port, Singapore’s largest fishery port that comes alive in the wee hours in the morning.
Cheap clothes, countless night markets and tuk-tuk rides through the streets of Bangkok definitely sounds like a good idea for a short trip away from our little red dot.
But picturesque views, clear waters and magnificent historical buildings await us in many other cities that Thailand is home to. While Bangkok is a go-to destination for plenty of good reasons, there is so much more to explore in Thailand—beach destinations, hiking trails and even rural provinces are just a few to name.
Here are 5 alternative destinations to explore on your next trip to Thailand if you’ve had enough of endless shopping and eating in Bangkok!
Our latest mission to up your Instagram game brought us to the Joo Chiat neighbourhood where we uncovered colourful shophouses, a vertical playground, creative murals, and architecture.
Nailing an Instagram-worthy photo can be a tricky thing but always keep an eye out for even the most unlikely of places. Remember, don’t just do this for the gram. Have fun and explore all the ways you can frame your shots because that creative challenge is a huge reason why avid photographers can keep revisiting the same ol’ place.
Find your own ways up the ante but here’s our guide to how you can start!
You’ve got your luggage packed for your staycation and you’re ready for that well-deserved break. Trouble is, you’ve got to drop your fur-kid off with a dog sitter or at a pet hotel while you’re away.
Sometimes, that means more than just a hassle to the start of your holiday. There’s separation anxiety and that nagging worry about whether the doggo’s getting as good a treatment as you would give.
To help, here’s our list of dog-friendly hotels so your little BFF can join you for breakfast-in-bed and get a getaway too. Go ahead. It’s time to pamper yourself with your furry friend by your side.
It is truly amazing how our country made it to what it is today. From a third-world country to this bustling metropolis we call home, the journey certainly hadn’t been easy but here we are many decades later—still a little red dot but making an impact on the world.
We really have our forefathers to thank for everything we have today; they toiled hard and contributed greatly to our country. In the past, there were careers that are unheard of by the younger generations today—such as the Samsui women and letter writers.
Today, there are still a few old trades that can be found in Singapore that are worth learning more about. With no successors, these old trades face the threat of extinction and along with them, the culture and skills as well.
Before they vanish for good, here are 9 Old Trades In Singapore You Should Explore Before They Vanish With Time. READ ON
Tucked away at Kallang Wave Mall is Omoomodon, serving Halal Korean fusion rice and noodle bowls with a unique twist. Omoomodon is pronounced as ‘Omo-Omo-Don’. ‘Omo-omo’ is derived from the popular Korean slang “Oh My!”, while ‘don’ is translated to bowl in Japanese. The Korean expression in the name is used to depict pleasant surprise when their diners tuck into tasty customisable fusion bowls.
The wallet-friendly prices mean you will not have to break the bank. With the option to customise your meal exactly how you want—from your own rice bowl to a warm bowl of ramen or a delicious plate of steak—there are endless possibilities to what you can choose at Omoomodon.