Food was a big highlight when I was in Singapore, so much so that I had to separate it from the rest of my post about Singapore. Though it may be hard to believe, I did in fact spend my time on non-eating activities! Hanging out with Tessa’s family members I got a glimpse into … More Singapore – Old and New
With a large and growing generation of young people in Singapore comes an entertainment district to cater to their partying needs! Clark Quay occupies about 2 blocks with 2 walkways that intersect at the middle of the whole complex. It is covered by these large umbrella/mushroom structures that allow partyers to continue on rain or … More A Quick Guide to Partying in Singapore
Food was a big highlight when I visited Singapore. So much so that I couldn’t fit it all into my first post on Singaporean food! Here are a few other food items that are not to be missed: Hainanese Chicken Rice Typically, this is a lightly flavoured chicken dish served on a bed of aromatic … More Singapore – Time to Eat MORE!
Within an hour of landing in Singapore, we are greeted by an army of Tessa’s family members and whisked off to a hawker center for a late night snack. Our 2 weeks in Singapore is filled with every delicacy imaginable, from Chinese to Singaporean and every degree of fusion in between. Here are a few … More Singapore – Its Time to Eat
You’re almost ready! You have your big flight booked and you have researched the areas that you want to hit up! One final and quite important step is to come up with a rough itinerary. If you are going on a long term trip for months at a time, you have the freedom to do … More The Prep – Part III (Itinerary)