Singapore and Food: Made for each other!!
2014.07.23 — Did you know that Singapore has a food culture that is deep-rooted in all of its denizens? Well, even if you didn’t know, it will not take long for you to figure that out once you arrive in Singapore as you will see this frenzied food culture e ...
Cheapest And Yummiest Places To Dine Out In Singapore For $10 A Day
When in Singapore, you will quickly realize that travelling here on the cheap is not that easy. It’s not Thailand or Cambodia where you can spend $1-$3 on your accommodation and dine out for $3 (including alcoholic drinks). No wonder, why Singa ...
Singapore River Cruise: Get a different perspective
2014.07.21 — Singapore might be a bustling and busy business empire of the world, but even in this happening metropolis, you can get an old world colonial charm and at a much more leisurely pace. Surprised? Well, you will not be surprised anymore when you climb o ...
5 Budget Things to Do In Singapore
2014.07.20 — Despite the common belief that Singapore is an extremely expensive city, it is a paradise for budget travellers. Here is a list of things every budget traveller must do in Singapore. Visit Botanic gardens Singapore botanic gardens are perfect place t ...
A mini guide to Singapore’s street food
2014.07.20 — Today I’d like to introduce you to Drew, aka the Hungry Partier, who is travelling around the world in search of the tastiest food and the livelist nightlife. He’s??the author Continue Reading → The post A mini guide to Singapore ...
Singapore – A local’s point of view
Singapore could well be the the greatest city in South East Asia which possess not only the best urban landscape but also a rich heritage. Singapore has not only the best infrastructure but also preserves its tradition at places like Little India and ...
Hotel Clover the Arts – Singapore’s First True Art Hotel
2014.07.16 — Hotel Clover The Arts is a new concept boutique hotel just a stone’s throw away from the key areas of Clarke Quay, Chinatown and Singapore’s CBD. It is the newest addition to the rapidly expanding chain of Hotel Clover branded properties ...
The Colours of Singapore
Last week I shared some of my highlights from Singapore, but perhaps the thing that surprised me most was how colourful the city is. I had expected the metallic greys of cityscape but instead found a warren of charming colour. Here are some of my ph ...
Marina Bay Sands Hotel And Casino – Singapore’s Cathedral Of Luxury
The Marina Bay Sands Hotel is Singapore’s luxurious temple to the future. A stay at the Marina Bay Sands refreshes the mind, rejuvenates the body, and restores the soul. The hotel’s architecture is awe inspiring with three modernistic tow ...
Prawn Fishing in Singapore
In my travels, I’ve done a bit of fishing and have eaten a bit of seafood. I’m no Robson Green, but I’ve done things like eating the fish that tastes like chicken??and??the giant shrimp, gone fishing for Yellowfin Tuna, and seen the ...
Why you don’t like Singapore (it’s not what you think)
Why you don’t like Singapore (it’s not what you think) When people tell me that they don’t like Singapore, I have one response for them: That’s because you didn’t see Singapore with me. I take you to the histori ...
Traveling to Europe on Singapore Airlines Suites Class
2014.07.10 — Singapore Airlines is recognized as one of the world’s best airlines and their premium cabin products are also widely recognized as some of the best around. They categorize their Suites Class, which is only offered on their Airbus A380 aircraft ...
Tokyo 2014: Day 8 (Narita-Singapore-Penang with SQ)
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2014.07.09 — Some pictures during our return flight from Tokyo.Done with counter check-in at Narita airport, we had breakfast at landside Tully's Coffee before heading to immigration and security clearance. The nice SQ check-in agent reminded us to proceed early ...
From Singapore to Seoul: Ways to Maximize Your Cash When You DIY (Flight)
2014.07.09 — Traveling to Seoul can be either a costly or time consuming affair: direct flights from Singapore to Seoul (e.g. Singapore Airlines, Asiana, and Korean Air) cost about S$900-1200++ per person and will get you there in about 6 hours or so, while budge ...
The surprising charms of Singapore
I didn’t expect to like Singapore. My mind had filed it somewhere alongside Dubai as nothing more than a business metropolis with strict laws and uncomfortable segregation. When I won a flight there, if I’m honest, my mind was more focuse ...
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2014.07.07 — ?????? Rendezvous Hotel Singapore Exterior ?????? Rendezvous Hotel Singapore Hotel Entrance Located within the cultural distinct of Bras Basah, Rendezvous Hotel Singapore has managed to infuse the arts into the hotel stay experience: throughout ...
From Bangkok back to Singapore on Tiger Airways
2014.07.04 — Homeward bound... destination Singapore On our last day, with our (much) heavier luggage, we opted to take a taxi from Centara Watergate Pavillion Hotel Bangkok to the Suvarnabhumi Airport. It was an excellent choice too as the weather that day was ...
4 Reasons to Visit Singapore
Travel Experta - Specializing in Unique International Family Travel - Helping Families Get the Most of Their International Travels with Kids Singapore is a great country to visit because of the cool mixture of the old cultures of the region and the p ...
A Peek at Shangri-la Singapore’s Presidential Suite
2014.07.02 — Occupying a spacious 346 square meters, the luxurious Shangri-la Suite (also known as the Presidential Suite) in the Valley Wing of the Shangri-la Singapore Hotel is probably one of the largest hotel rooms one can find in the city state. For over two ...