The festive yuletide is soon upon us and we’re all gearing up for a solid month of celebration and activities. There are many events in store and each presents a unique and magical experience. The absence of snow may be a bummer for many but year after year, Singapore has proven that you don’t need snow to properly soak up the feeling and vibes of Christmas.
Here, we have come up with a list of 12 places and things to do in Singapore during this festive season—from a life-sized replica of Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade, to a slew of fun activities for your little ones—to fully immerse yourselves in the jolly spirit of Christmas.
We have dined at Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road many times but they always manage to get us excited for our next trip back. When looking for an affordable buffet place that suits the dynamics of a multi-generational family or a diverse group of friends, Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road will, without doubt, be on top of our list.
Drawing inspiration from Singapore’s culturally-rich enclaves with many dishes being heavily influenced by Asian flavours and helmed by their new Executive Chef Vincent Aw, expect a wide range of new, exciting dishes that are perfect for your Christmas feasting.
From 1st December 2018 to 1st January 2019, a sumptuous Christmas feast certainly awaits you here at Ginger, so put your diets on hold and get ready for the season of feasting! What’s more, our readers can quote ‘ladyironchef‘ upon making reservation to enjoy this lavish buffet spread at 25% discount from 1st December 2018 to 1st January 2019 (exclude blackout dates), and 15% discount on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
With so many festive lights adorning the streets of Orchard Road and Christmas carols being played all across town, there is no denying that the holiday we have all been waiting for is finally here. That’s right, it means that it is time to shop without restraint and more importantly, feast like there’s no tomorrow.
This Yuletide season, prepare to embark on a gastronomic adventure with the endless array of tasty offerings by highly renowned buffet restaurants such as Royale at Mercure Singapore Bugis, Edge at Pan Pacific and the unbeatable 10 at Claymore at Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore. From roast lamb to a gorgeously carved Christmas turkey as well as an array of delectable local and international dishes and desserts, this is perhaps something worthy of your year-end holiday plans this year.
If the thought of whipping up a Christmas feast at home frightens you, why not head out for a merry buffet instead? It takes the hassle away from all that tedious prep and all you have to do is literally sit back and stuff yourself silly. Here are 5 Christmas buffets in Singapore this year that you and your loved ones can indulge in this Christmas—just be sure to make your bookings early!
Our readers get to enjoy exclusive promotions to these Christmas buffets in Singapore. ‘Tis the season to eat, drink and be merry. READ ON
Christmas is less than twenty sleeps away and we are all psyched for a festive Yuletide with our loved ones over a good buffet dinner. Whenever we want something that suits the dynamics of a family with three generations, one of our favourite spots is PARKROYAL on Beach Road’s all-day-dining restaurant, Ginger.
Drawing inspiration from Singapore’s diverse cuisines and cultural influences, what diners can look forward to at Ginger this festive month is a value-for-money buffet spread that comprises both local delights and traditional festive roasts—few of which are given a lick of Asian flavours for that special kick.
Helmed by our friend Executive Chef Low Hoe Kiat, Ginger will showcase thematic dishes such as Oven-Roasted Goose infused with Five Spice and Onion Marmalade, Turkey with Chestnut Stuffing, Seafood Paella as well as his signature slow-braised Pumpkin Crab in Claypot.
Whether you’re a devoted crab lover or just someone looking to stuff yourself silly, this buffet spread will please both the young and old in the family. Simply quote ‘ladyironchef x Christmas’ upon making your reservation to enjoy Ginger’s dinner buffet at S$58.50++ per adult. This promotion is valid from Mondays to Thursdays from 09 December 2017 to 29 December 2017, and it is not available on the eve of and public holidays.
In Sunny Singapore, you might not get snow or reindeers (not real ones anyway), but Christmas in Singapore is as big as any other celebration during the year and it is one that foodies like us look forward to the most.
With the multitude of Christmas spreads and Yuletide menus popping up at restaurants or even at house gatherings across the island, there is no doubt that turkey and honey-baked ham will be among the top of many people’s list. But let’s face it, a feast would still be a feast even without the fancy centerpieces and pimped-up wines.
At its heart, Christmas is still a time for reunion and indulgence, and in multi-cultural Singapore, there are many local delights that you can include in your dinner spread for that Asian-style Christmas dinner.
In this day and age, we are accustomed to believing that Christmas dinners have to be over the top, or at the very least, presentable for the guests. However, those who understand the true meaning of this festive season would know that it is simply just a dinner that brings your loved ones together. Yes, Christmas dinners do not have to be extravagant.
Living in Singapore is not exactly a cheap affair and most of us have other financial responsibilities to bear. Going for a fancy dinner on a festive occasion may be out of the budget for some of us but that does not mean we cannot have a delightful Christmas party at home!
In this guide, we share with you 6 Tips On How To Host A Great Christmas Dinner Without Breaking The Bank. READ ON