Need a Coffee Fix? Check Out These Cool Tiong Bahru Cafes

It’s not a secret that the hip Tiong Bahru neighbourhood will easily win your heart. First of all, it ticks everything from charming streets to unique architecture to a bohemian vibe – and it also teems with loads of awesome cafes that will keep you caffeinated just the way you like it. Ready for a coffee fix? Check…

Lovely Staycation at Crowne Plaza Hotel Changi

Whenever you are in Terminal 3 of Singapore Changi Airport, you cannot miss passing by this pitch-dark passageway to Crowne Plaza Hotel and it sure looks quite intriguing from the outside. We only had the chance to stay at this ultra modern hotel during our 14th wedding anniversary last November 2015. Me and my husband had a staycation and we truly enjoyed our stay. The…

Congratulations #GetawaytoBatam Contest Winners!

Congratulations to all the winners of #GetawaytoBatam Contest! (1) Ajeek Syasya (2) Jemry Ong (3) Seline Chen You win a Pampering Package for Two at Familia Spa Batam inclusive of the following: *Enjoy 90 Minutes of Traditional Indonesian Massage at the Villa *Complimentary use of SPA facilities: hot and cold pool, sauna and steam rooms…

Win a Pampering Treat from Familia Spa Batam

  Are you ready to go on a quick getaway to Batam? Do you want  some relaxing time in a spa? A soothing massage? Maybe a dip in a warm pool? Or perhaps have some drinks in a bar and cozy up with your loved one? Here is your chance for a wonderful time at Batam courtesy of Family Spa & Cafe Batam.  Three (3)…

Getaway to Batam, Indonesia

Batam is a major city in the Riau Islands of Indonesia which boasts of lovely beaches, duty free shopping and zappy night life. Reaching the island is just about an hour of ferry ride from Singapore. It is no wonder that Batam is among the favourite holiday and shopping destination of many Singaporeans and some foreigners living…

Fried Carrot Cake, Anyone?

Have you tried a fried carrot cake? No, I am not talking about the sweet sponge cake in cafes with fancy carrot toppers but the Chinese carrot cake otherwise known as chai tow kueh. I know it does sound weird why call it such when in fact it is fried not baked, and it gets all the more…

Chinatown Trip on Chinese New Year

There are 74.2% Chinese people living in Singapore, and with that big chunk in population, the local culture is definitely in many ways Chinese. You will surely know that it’s the season for celebration when you see beautifully decorated red lanterns in every street corner, mandarin orange or kumquat trees displayed in shopping malls, and…