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[26 Mar 2013 | 2 Comments | 286 views]
Outram Park Fried Kway Teow

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Outram Park Fried Kway Teow
Last weekend, we were in Singapore thanks to the invitation from Singapore Tourism Board (STB). We were there for three days two nights with gastronomy adventure, entertainment and visiting Singapore’s latest places of interest.

While venturing for good food near my hotel on Pickering Street, we found Hong Lim Market and Food Centre. It didn’t take us long to spot the best hawker stall in the food centre as we saw a long queue on the Outram Park Fried Kway Teow stall.

We ordered a plate of Outram …

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[23 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 192 views]
Weekend with YourSingapore Live

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Weekend with YourSingapore Live
We will be away for another vacation again this weekend. This time, we will be traveling down south to Singapore and we are participating the YourSingapore Live for our short holiday. We will be traveling around the island for food, entertainment, art and attractions. You can check out the full details at www.yoursingapore.com and create your own Singapore holiday!

 
We have not been traveling in Singapore since 2011 and we are looking forward for the new attractions, entertainment, dining places and places of interest in the Lion City.
We won’t be …

Food, Headline, MALAYSIA, Malaysia - Food, SINGAPORE, Singapore Food »

[17 Feb 2013 | 5 Comments | 1,066 views]
The Origins of Yee Sang

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The Origins of Yee Sang
The Chinese New Year is one of the most celebrated holidays in Asia. It is celebrated in many countries with significant Chinese population like Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Chinatown elsewhere. The tradition is inherited by generations since the migrations of their ancestors from different parts of China.

In Malaysia and Singapore, Chinese New Year is celebrated with a unique raw fish salad named “Yee Sang” or Prosperity Toss. The salad of shredded vegetables with sweet sauce, condiments and topped with strips of raw fish and …

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[14 May 2012 | No Comment | 1,312 views]
Ng Ah Sio Bakuteh at Raspura Masters, Marina Bay Sands

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Ng Ah Sio Bakuteh at Raspura Masters, Marina Bay Sands
I remember I wrote about my experience having Ng Ah Sio, Singapore’s Best Bakuteh in Rangoon Road last year. That was in Rangoon Road and little did I know that they have another outlet in Marina Bay Sands.
What is bakuteh?
As long as I can recall, bakuteh is originated from Malaysia. The real term of bakuteh is “pork ribs tea” in Chinese Hokkien dialect. Bakuteh is best to be taken in the morning so you have enough energy for the day. …

Places, SINGAPORE »

[3 Dec 2011 | 6 Comments | 1,554 views]
Transformers The Ride 3D Opens at Universal Studio Singapore 3rd December 2011

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Transformers The Ride 3D Opens at Universal Studio Singapore 3rd December 2011

Transformers The Ride 3D opens today at Universal Studio Singapore. It is one of the most exciting and transforming rides in 3D and it starts today at Universal Studio Singapore. I bet the queue will be massive.
Unfortunately, we are not there today. Rachel was there two weeks ago and she spotted the Transformers The Ride 3D Coming Soon Poster.
As we thought it could be just another ride until we saw the introduction video of the Transformers The Ride 3D …

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[2 Dec 2011 | 2 Comments | 1,806 views]
5 Reasons to stay in Singapore with Roomorama.com

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5 Reasons to stay in Singapore with Roomorama.com
We travelled to Singapore twice this year, and three times last year. We have been staying different places every time we went down. Some are sponsored stay and some are on our own. We been looking at options for a better stay in Singapore and we found Roomorama.com

Roomorama was founded on the principle that there is more to travel than visiting a checklist of tourist attractions. It is more than renting a hotel room as it is more like a home stay. Like …

Food, Headline, SINGAPORE, Singapore Food »

[25 Nov 2011 | 7 Comments | 1,446 views]
Macarons SweetSpot Marina Bay Sands

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Macarons SweetSpot Marina Bay Sands
Do you it is really hard to find delicious macarons? My mom always complained about the sweetness of macarons, she bought in Malaysia. However, she stopped complaining when I brought her a box of macarons from SweetSpot of Marina Bay Sands Singapore. It was heavenly.
In one of our trips to the luxurious Marina Bay Sands Singapore, a dessert café caught our attention.

It was the SweetSpot and the shop is located at the atrium of Tower 3.

On top of their beautiful cakes, their macarons were the ones …

Headline, Places, SINGAPORE, Temples / Mosques / Churches »

[20 Nov 2011 | 3 Comments | 1,502 views]
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Chinatown Singapore

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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Chinatown Singapore
For the first time this year, Rachel travelled to Singapore alone and she had a little adventure of her own. We were supposed to travel together however due to work, Rachel had to travel solo.
She went there for a wedding and also for a small travel assignment for our blog. We are humbled and grateful for our sponsor Roomorama.com for our stay in this trip. We will blog about the experience there for our readers.

While Rachel was wondering around Chinatown, she spotted a …

Places, SINGAPORE »

[4 Nov 2011 | 3 Comments | 2,278 views]
Hop On Hop Off Funvee Singapore City Tours Sightseeing Bus

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Hop On Hop Off Funvee Singapore City Tours Sightseeing Bus
We all know Singapore has one of the “most complete” transportation systems in South East Asia. Light Railway Transit (LRT), Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and public busses are all interconnected covering throughout the island. As tourists, traveling in Singapore never could have been easier.
However, to go each and almost every tourist destinations, the best way is the Funvee Singapore City Tours Sightseeing buses. Let’s not go details on how we planned our city tour via MRT. Traveling up and down via …

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[12 Oct 2011 | 2 Comments | 1,513 views]
Bacon Hotdog at Superdog, Vivo City Singapore

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Bacon Hotdog at Superdog, Vivo City Singapore
In on our recent trip to Singapore, we went to Vivo City we visited Sentosa Island with Sentosa Day Pass with 13 attractions. We took almost the whole day venturing Sentosa with the pass. You can read the review on the day pass HERE.
After a long day, we were looking for a snack in Vivo City. We tried the Food Republic before so we wanted to try out something different. That’s how we spotted the Superdog.

At first, we hesitated to try out their hot …

Headline, Places, SINGAPORE »

[25 Aug 2011 | No Comment | 1,826 views]
The Captain Explorer DUKW (Duck) Tour Experience

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The Captain Explorer DUKW (Duck) Tour Experience
I still remember clearly the first time I saw the“duck tour” vehicle in Sydney 10 years ago with Rachel and my cousin Sherry, I was like what was that? Then during my stay in Australia, I never tried the “duck tour”. That was a mistake but I won’t repeat it again.
Hence, my recent trip to Singapore I decided to try out their version of “duck tour”, the Captain Explorer DUKW tour with Rachel.
Why is it called the “duck tour”? This layman term means the …

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[16 Aug 2011 | No Comment | 1,244 views]
Pink Dolphins at Underwater World Singapore

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Pink Dolphins at Underwater World Singapore
We have blogged about the 13 Sentosa Attractions with Sentosa Play Pass and also Sentosa 4D Magix. There is also one of the top attractions in Singapore shall not be missed in Sentosa, the Underwater World Singapore. Opened since 1991, Underwater World Singapore has more than 2,500 marine animals of 250 species from different regions of the world.
Personally, I have visited a number of oceanariums which include Underwater World Langkawi, Aquaria KLCC, Melbourne Aquarium, Buengchawark Underwater Sea Paradise and Phuket Aquarium. To be frank, each …

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