Oktoberfest is a German beer festival that has been around since 1810. The popularity of this boozy event has grown so tremendously that even non-German cities all over the world celebrate it on an annual basis.
Needless to say, Singapore too celebrates this joyous occasion! Beer never gets old, right?
Here are 7 Places in Singapore Where You Can Celebrate Oktoberfest.
There are so many criteria to picking the right venue. For one, it must be able to accommodate your desired number of guests. Some venues are suitable for a small-scale wedding; some have ballrooms that are so huge they can sit your entire clan.
For most weddings in Singapore, they are held in the ballrooms of hotels. This is mostly to accommodate bigger groups. The ambience of hotel ballrooms plays a big part in creating the mood for such a grand event too.
We picked The Fullerton Hotel Singapore for many reasons, with the primary reason being its rich history. Being patriotic Singaporeans ourselves, we had wanted something iconic of Singapore to hold our wedding at, and The Fullerton Hotel couldn’t have been a better choice.
Singapore may be just a tiny little red dot on the world map, but it is one of the best first-world cities and one of the most desirable city to live in.
We are so lucky to be Singaporeans, to hold the red passport that the world covets, and to have stability like no other – easy access to water and electricity, crime-free streets, great education systems, lots of good food…
As our nation is celebrating her birthday soon, here’s Why You Should Feel Proud To Be A Singaporean.
Award-winning Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant’s exquisite rice dumplings are making a glorious comeback and this year, four mouthwatering variations of handcrafted zong zis await in conjunction with Dumpling Festival 2016 aka Duan Wu Jie.
These dumplings are pretty different from your regular flavours, made with handpicked premium and nutrients-packed ingredients such as French morel mushrooms, black truffle, dried scallops, king oyster mushroom and more. but minus any artificial seasoning. Luxurious and divine, they are everything to love. We’ve already tried all four and you bet we love them!
Enjoy 20% off Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant’s Rice Dumpling (min. 2 pieces) when you quote “Ladyironchef. Note that pre-order is required.
Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory is every child’s dreamland. And we might just have a chance to experience the fantasy. Well, close enough.
There is this chocolate factory themed restaurant – a new dining concept to be unveiled in Universal Studios Orlando called The Toothsome Chocolate Factory – that is modelled after the one in Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, making our hearts melt as we reminisce the days where all we ever wanted was to win a golden ticket.
While an official date is not set in stone, Universal Studios Orlando has mentioned that their latest dining concept will open later this year in 2016. Here is what you can expect from the upcoming The Toothsome Chocolate Factory that will be situated along the Universal CityWalk.
Korean Bingsu is all the rage in Singapore right now, but it is not cheap – a bowl of Bingsu is easily S$15 and above. To beat the sweltering heat in Singapore, try this watermelon dessert bowl from Xue Hua Fei Cold & Hot Drinks in Bedok Interchange Food Centre. The humble and honest stall is a real find amidst the hundreds of stalls in the hawker centre.
Cold Brew Coffee is a rising trend in town and we sure are embracing it.
You might have seen food journals, magazines, blogs and your social media feeds bursting with pictures or reviews of Cold Brew coffees. It is for sure, the new it coffee at the moment.
Why do people levitate towards Cold Brew Coffees? There are a couple of reasons. And the ones who truly appreciate their coffee will taste the robust and concentrated flavours in cold brews, while still enjoying the taste of the coffee itself as opposed to downing it like an espresso.
If you are still confused, here’s a simple read on What You Need To Know About Cold Brew Coffee.
It is official – residents of Punggol and Sengkang have a town of their own. Everything is there now with the opening of Waterway Point.
Many of us have been anticipating the opening of Waterway Point at Punggol; that huge mall in the heart of one of Singapore’s recent most popular neighbourhood is totally what all residents need and are excited about.
The mall will officially open by the second quarter of 2016, but as of now, approximately 75% of shops are already open.
The mall is split into two wings – East and West – with an open-air communal connecting area. The building overlooks the stunning Punggol Waterway where many use for cycling, jogging and casual strolls. Situated directly beside Punggol MRT station, Waterway Point is extremely convenient for anyone who’s taking the public transport.