@ Singapore Food Trail, Singapore Flyer (30 Raffles Avenue, #01-09/12 Singapore Flyer, 039803)
The hawker centre at the Singapore Flyer is known as the Singapore Food Trail. It's one of few places in the city area to get hawker food (the others are Newton Circus Food Centre, Makansutra Gluttons Bay next to
Here are some tips to help you save while on a trip here.
1. Save on getting around
Singapore's got a great well-connected transportation system so you can get to almost anywhere by the MRT (subway) or public buses. If you are travelling round the island extensively, you can get a 1,
So we went around quaint, rustic Tiong Bahru. Elyn had half her body stuck out of the car through the sunroof to film. :D Jess was pretty excited to go back there for a visit because it's a place which brings back memories having lived there with her grandparents when
Chinatown is a must-visit when you are in Singapore during the CNY period. Some of the roads will be closed and makeshift stalls are set up to create a night market for vendors to sell CNY wares such as snacks and decorative items. The roads in the area are
@River Safari (80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826). How to get there: Take the MRT and alight at Choa Chu Kang station on the red line, and take bus# 927.
River Safari's the fourth and latest animal park in Singapore. The others are The Singapore Zoological Gardens, Night Safari and the
Okay, so you could get this street ice-cream $1 two years ago. Although it's $1.20-$1.50 now, it's still known as 'the $1 ice-cream'. You got to have this if you're in Singapore. There are definitely at least 2 stalls along Orchard Road and 1 at the river bridge in Clarke
Singapore might be tiny but it's chock-full of fun! Let's GO!
1. Shop at a pasar malam, aka night market
These are occasionally held large green spaces near housing areas, usually next to the MRT stations so you got to keep a look out for them. The makeshift stalls comprise of usually
@ KF1 Karting Circuit: 1 Turf Club Ave, Singapore 738078 (closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)
Nearest MRT station: Kranji
The unique thing about this karting circuit is that is lies just metres above the train track. Passengers on the train can catch a glimpse of the karting action while the MRT travels
Bright lights, huge decorative displays of toy soldiers and reindeers outside malls, imagining the almost-daily raindrops to be snow, giving, spending shopping, cool weather, the random appearance of Santa in malls, shopping crowds, hearing Christmas songs EVERYWHERE, gatherings, eating and more eating - that's the feel of Christmas in Singapore. There's a lot
One of the best ways to understand the way of life in Singapore is to spend half a day in a housing estate. Housing estates are self-contained each with a wet market, minimart, hair salon, coffee shops, a hawker centre, hardware stores, clinics, schools, police post - you name it!
Jess: So, it was my birthday and I made a request to my BFFs to visit the Trick Eye Museum. After seeing too many Facebook posts of friends visiting the museum, I decided I just had to go experience it for myself. I mean, who doesn’t like to look like
We started off at the river taxi stand just outside the Esplanade - where there is an uninterrupted view of the many skyscrapers making up the Central Business District (CBD) across the water body. The river taxi takes you along the Singapore River and alights you at different stops at
You can hang out for an entire day just around the Marina Bay area. There are lots of places for you to just relax and chill. There are also a number of icons to stop by! Fasten your shoelaces for a good walk!
So, we'll start off with the top right
Bugis Street is the largest street market in Singapore! There are hundreds of stores selling mainly clothes and accessories. The best way to get there is to take the MRT and alight at Bugis MRT station. Take Exit C and follow the crowd you see crossing the road at a
If you want to get something for your family and friends after your vacation in Singapore well, there are more options other than keychains and fridge magnets!
This is a pretty sweet bread or cracker spread and it’s used in the famous Kaya Butter Toast. This simple breakfast food emerged from