We all know that Singapore is undisputedly one of the safest and cleanest countries in the world—home to the best airport in the world as well as cheap yet amazing hawker food, our Little Red Dot is indeed a country that easily piques one’s interest.
Yes, many of us agree that the temperatures here can drop by 10 degrees or so, but there are so many reasons to love Singapore that we endure our all-year-long summer. Besides being famous for the banning of chewing gum and our seemingly animated colloquial slang, Singlish, there are plenty of reasons for us to be oh-so-proud Singaporeans.
Here are 13 Homegrown Brands That Will Make All Singaporeans Proud of Our Little Red Dot—we bet you didn’t know that half of these are homegrown brands! #majulahsingapura
So there’s a running joke that Asians have bubble tea running through their veins than blood, and there’s no denying that we do absolutely love our bubble tea.
From regular milk tea to cheese tea to fruit tea, with a variety of pearls, we love them all, and yet we still can’t seem to get enough, if it wasn’t already evident enough from the magnitude of bubble tea shops popping up all over the place.
Here some people have gone the extra mile to plate up bubble tea in ways we’ve never considered before. Genius or insane? We find out.
Wu Pao Chun Bakery—Taiwan’s famous bakery—is opening in Singapore. Established in Kaohsiung in November 2010, Wu Pao Chun Bakery is best known for its award-winning Taiwan longan with red wine bread and Taiwan Litchi Rose Champion Bread.
Breadtalk Group will be entering into a joint venture agreement with Wu Pao Chun to open the bakery in Singapore.
The BreadTalk International Headquarters (IHQ) sits in the midst of the Tai Seng area. You might not know, but it is actually a comprehensive lifestyle mall that has all your favourite BreadTalk brands, dessert parlours, beauty services, personal care store, optometrist and more under one roof.
Spanning across 7,000 square metres of land and 10 storeys, the spectacular infrastructure is located along Tai Seng Street and just opposite of Tai Seng MRT Station.
BreadTalk IHQ will also be celebrating their third anniversary this month, with freebies and contests for all. Simply upload a photo taken within BreadTalk IHQ Mall with the hashtag #BreadTalkIHQ in October, and the 30 most creative entries will win attractive food vouchers.
If you haven’t been, here are 7 Places At BreadTalk IHQ To Dine At. Yes, all your favourite brands are under one roof. And there is free kopi for the month of October! You have to read on to find out more.