Blogging has given me the chance to try many new things – from travelling to different cities, to meeting many amazing people. Albeit one of the things that I’ve always wanted to do, but never had the chance is to bring people on a food tour.
When I was in Resorts World Genting in April, I discussed it with the folks in charge. They were quite excited about the idea of bringing my readers to try the best restaurants in Genting, but it was only when they confirmed the news a month ago – then it struck me that the food tour was finally happening.
Last month, I brought a group of 33 people to Genting for the food tour and I am happy to report that it was a very fruitful trip. Genting, to me, is my second home, and I was really excited to show everyone around. Read more to find out what we did!
Also, we might be doing a second food marathon to Genting in September. For those of you who are keen to join me, please leave a comment (using a valid email address) at the end of the post so that I can contact you when we have more details.
I love travelling. I think it is the best thing you can do for yourself. But at the end of the day, Singapore will always be my home. Today is our nation’s birthday, and on this special occasion, I would like to share with you why I love Singapore.
Wow. I don’t know what to say. I’ve only started using instagram back in March, and now there are 11,000 followers. Thank you for your support.
On instagram, you get to see the latest restaurants that I visit, as well as photos from my wanderlust adventures. So if you haven’t, follow me there (user: ladyironchef).
This guide on weekend getaways from Singapore was last updated on 1 July 2014.
One of the best things about being in Singapore is that it’s just a few hours away from many amazing cities in the region. If you are planning for a short weekend getaway, here are the Top 10 travel destinations where you can go for cheap shopping, good food, or a relaxed beach holiday.
Words by Priscilla Nu (Digital product designer & strategist. Co-founder of UNNU).
As smartphone penetration grows, mobile subscription and usage increases, and percentage of Internet user reaches an all-time high. If you have a business, you should have a website. Even if your product cannot be transacted online, many consumers now search for information online before making a purchase or a visit. Your website may be your first chance to create a positive impression.
In part one, we go through the basic considerations when starting a website. In part two, we will talk about ways to create an online presence without breaking the bank.
Let me begin with a confession about me being a scaredy-cat. I hated outdoor adventures, I hated horror movies, I hated roller coasters, I hated anything that was (then deemed as) too scary. But that was a few years ago, and I have since changed to someone who is now open-minded and receptive towards embracing new phases and challenges.
So, when Scoot and Destination NSW arranged for us to attempt skydiving (OMG!!!) during our ‘Scoot off to Sydney trip‘, I knew it was something that I had to try at least once in my life despite my innate fear.
I literally took a leap of faith, and jumped out of the plane. To say that skydiving is amazing, would be an understatement. Trust me, it is one of the best things you can do in your life – I am so glad that I’ve tried it.
If you’ve always wanted to try skydiving, read on to find out about my experience. After finishing this post, make sure you book a ticket on Scoot and go to Sydney for your first jump.
Wow. We have finally crossed the one million mark (pageviews) in June! Folks, thank you for all the love. I will continue to work hard to make you hungry.
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Chef Marco Pierre White is a legend in the food & beverage industry. He is the godfather of British haute cuisine, and many chefs have trained under him, including Gordon Ramsay. He was also the youngest chef ever to have been awarded three Michelin stars.
Besides his restaurant empire, he is also the brand ambassador for Knorr (by Unilever Food Solutions), which is known for its stock cubes.
Chef Marco Pierre White was in town for a series of Knorr-related culinary activities, and I had the chance to catch up with him. Here’s an extract from the interview: