According to the 2014 Worldwide Cost of Living Survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Singapore is currently the world’s most expensive city to live in, beating Paris, Oslo, Zurich, … Read More
Haw Par Villa (also known as Tiger Balm Shrine) is a park in Singapore that I had always wanted to visit, and finally went there during my vacation in the … Read More
Boat Quay and Clarke Quay are on opposite sides of the New Bridge Road along the Singapore River but they are connected via two underpasses, one of which is painted … Read More
Chinatown in Singapore is only “China town” to foreigners. To other Chinese people, it’s just like any other predominately Chinese areas in Singapore, except that maybe this is more commercialised. … Read More
The Ten Courts of Hell is part of the attraction at Haw Par Villa, the theme park in Singapore.
One of the things I love doing while travelling is to strike up a conversation with strangers. An introvert I may be, but when I spot something interesting, I don’t … Read More
Located within the grounds of Singapore General Hospital is a museum, named SGH Museum. The hospital and museum are just across the road from Hotel Re! Use the pedestrian bridge … Read More
While in Singapore on vacation in January, I was invited to visit the head office of migme. I’d be honest and say that I have never heard of migme before, … Read More
I don’t have much information about this Housemen’s Canteen but from its name, I guess it was initially a regular hospital canteen for housemen.
Tiong Bahru Bakery by Gontran Cherrier & Spa Esprit Group came highly recommended by a couple of friends when they learnt that I was on a cafe-hopping quest.