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Things to do in Singapore

The Warehouse Club by NTUC FairPrice @ Joo Koon Circle

Three weeks ago, NTUC FairPrice opened its Warehouse Club which is Singapore’s first membership-based retail warehouse for fresh & frozen food, groceries, household products and general merchandise. The mega warehouse occupies Levels 2 & 3 of the FairPrice Hub and spans over 80,000 square feet with an impressive product range of more than 4,000 items. It is […]

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Ultimate Hawker Fest 2014 – Celebrating The Very Best of Singapore’s Hawker Heritage

Singapore’s Ultimate Hawker Fest [终极街头美食节] is back for the third year! It’s all about celebrating Singapore’s unique hawker heritage, as part of Singapore’s Jubilee (SG50) celebrations while raising funds for the needy and disadvantaged. All profits from the event will go to more than 32,000 beneficiaries of Touch Community Services, regardless of race and religion. Fellow food bloggers Maureen (misstamchiak), Derrick […]

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A Walk in the Chinese Garden & Japanese Garden (Part 2 of 2)

Continued from A Walk in the Chinese Garden & Japanese Garden (Part 1 of 2). Something new in the Chinese Garden is this 2CG Jurong which is a community garden project launched in November 2013. It aims to engage senior citizens to stay physically, mentally and socially active and healthy through gardening. This garden comprises of 4 […]

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A Walk in the Chinese Garden & Japanese Garden (Part 1 of 2)

I remembered when I was a little girl growing up in the 80s, my family and I would visit the Chinese Garden (裕华园) on Mid-Autumn Festival to see the many majestic lanterns on display. Huge ones of mythical characters and dainty ones of Chinese folklore. Spectacular colourful lights that looked magical at night. It wasn’t just about taking […]

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Jurong Eco-Garden – A Place to Disconnect from our Daily Routine and Reconnect with Nature

The Jurong Eco-Garden (JEG) is Singapore’s first freshwater swamp forest located within an industrial park. It opened in June this year and provided the much needed lush greenery for those working and/or living in the area to come by for bird-watching, spot wildlife, take a leisurely stroll and just enjoy nature’s own glory. Those who […]

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Alive Museum @ Suntec City – Where Dreams and Fantasies Come to Life

– Sponsored Review – South Korea’s first and original 3D illusionary entertainment attraction is now in Singapore! If you’re looking for something new and fun to see or do on weekends, this is definitely the place to explore with family or friends 🙂 Just make sure you come with your camera and/or phone all fully charged up as you’d be snapping […]

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Labrador Park & Nature Reserve – An Oasis of Tranquility

The first time I came to Labrador was back in 2007 when I was running a social event for an international congress at Villa Seafood Galleria on Labrador Villa Road. I remembered Labrador was such an inaccessible area as there wasn’t any MRT then and it was also a place that was quite unheard of in Singapore. […]

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Yoshimaru Ramen Challenge 2014

The night before the challenge… Me: Are you sure you want to do this? Husband: LP, I can do it! Me: But it will be too hot for you! Husband: (very confidently) I can do it! I can finish it in 5 minutes! So on Sunday, we headed down to Yoshimaru Ramen Bar at Holland […]

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Singapore Botanic Gardens – A Walk to Remember

It had been a good 5 years since the husband and I visited the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It just felt invigorating to take a walk through nature that is quite untouched, as opposed to the Gardens by the Bay which is more man-made and commercialised (not that we dislike it but both gardens are way different and impressive in their own individual style). […]

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Sugalight @ The Rail Mall – Sugar Free & Low Fat Ice Cream!

Following lunch at Sunny Choice (read my earlier blog post here), we continued down The Rail Mall and spotted this ice cream parlour mid-way that serves up guilt-free ice cream. Exactly what we needed. How could we give this a miss? We tried a few flavours and decided on Salted Gula Melaka (bottom scoop, hidden) and Very […]

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A walk around the Gardens by the Bay

Having a garden in the city is not just about getting closer to nature but it really offers a welcoming respite from the hustle and bustle of urban life as well as a cool reprieve from the sultry heat of our year-round summer. I love walking. I think it’s one of the most therapeutic exercises […]

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River Safari Singapore – Free Admission on your Birthday!

The husband planned a day out on my birthday two weeks ago and we started off with an outing to the River Safari in the morning which I was really excited about as I hadn’t been there since its soft opening in April 2013. And it was really a good time to visit the park […]

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Chinatown Chinese New Year 2014 Festive Street Bazaar

I always frequent Chinatown for its good food but the only time when I feel Chinatown truly comes alive is during the pre-Chinese New Year period. Normally, I try to avoid crowded places but over the weekend, my husband and I decided to venture to Chinatown to bask in the festive mood and revel in […]

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PasarBella – Singapore’s First Indoor Farmers’ Market

The husband and I specifically made a trip down to The Grandstand (former Turf City) as I wanted to visit Singapore’s first farmers’ market, PasarBella. It is always interesting to explore somewhere new especially when Singapore is so small, sometimes we’d rather chill out at home than be out as we have nowhere else to […]

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Children Little Museum @ Bussorah Street

Recently, there have been quite a number of local TV programmes depicting Singapore in its early days, things that we grew up with and food/snacks that we used to eat when we were little kids. These certainly brought back some nostalgic childhood memories for me. And so happened I was walking around the Arab Quarter […]

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A Walk along Chemperai Trail & Lornie Trail at MacRitchie Reservoir

Finally bought a new pair of trainers from Nike Factory Outlet at West Coast Plaza. Excited to try out my new shoes, my husband and I decided to do an impromptu walk at MacRitchie Reservoir. And we even brought along a loaf of white bread to see if we might get a chance to feed […]

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