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SGH Museum, Singapore

Aug 2, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

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 from Outram Park MRT Station, then walk to your right past the morgue. *Shudders* Housed in the Bowyer Block, it was officially opened by the then ... continue reading »

Migme Singapore

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, until a friend told me about it two weeks before my trip. Migme is a social entertainment platform, sort of like a cross between Instagram and ... continue reading »


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. Since the operations of this eatery was taken over by Kopitiam, it is now open to the public. But then again, who in his right mind would dine here if he has ... continue reading »

Tiong Bahru Bakery Singapore

Tiong Bahru Bakery by Gontran Cherrier & Spa Esprit Group came highly recommended by a couple of friends when they learnt that I was one a cafe-hopping quest. This one at the corner of Eng Hoon Street in the up-and-coming expats enclave of Tiong Bahru, is one of three outlets in the chain. The other two ... continue reading »

Colbar Eating House

Colbar in short, for Colonial Bar, but also known as Café Colbar and Colbar Eating House, seems to be very popular in Singapore. It came highly recommended by my friend, Malcolm, who told me it is a "rustic, colonial eatery". Upon our arrival, I asked him, "Where is the colonial building?" In my mind, I had ... continue reading »

Hoopla Coffee Kitchen Singapore

With the hippie name of Hoopla, which depicts a sense of buzz and celebration, founder-cum-owner Natalie Ang hopes to excite her customers with her menu and ambience. Celebrating its second anniversary this coming Feb 8, Hoopla Coffee & Kitchen, located on the ground floor of Infinite Studios, has certainly created quite an impression on café-hopping lovers. Hoopla ... continue reading »

Art in Transit North East Line MRT Singapore

The North East Line (purple) was the first MRT route that was adopted by the Singapore government to launch Art in Transit, the city-state's largest public art programme to celebrate local artistic talent. The second one was the Circle Line (yellow), and then there's a new programme at Downtown Line (blue), although the programme along Downntown ... continue reading »

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