When I found out that Chinatown is one of the must-see places in Singapore, the first thought that came to my mind was, Chinatown in Singapore? Really? Why? My notion of Chinatown was a place where you can buy cheap products at cheap prices. What else was there to see? And then I found out... Continue Reading →

Chicken Rice for the Soul

You can ask any Singaporean, whether in their high-rise office, on the streets or in their kitchen whipping up a batch of fresh cookies, and they will tell you that the dish which best represents their country and their people is none other than the chicken rice. I was unfamiliar with chicken rice before I... Continue Reading →

Coney Island on a Holiday

Singapore is a tiny city-state and admittedly there isn’t much to explore, especially if you are someone who has been living in the city for more than four years. However, I am a person who tries to see things with a new pair of eyes. There is still so much to see if you are... Continue Reading →

Rediscovering Singapore

What do you do when you are stuck in the city of Singapore during the Chinese New Year holidays with limited funds (hint, payday is still at the end of the month)? Well you can mope in your room and watch movies or you can do what I did, head out, have fun and rediscover... Continue Reading →

Free Places to Visit in Singapore

When Singapore is mentioned, the word expensive comes to mind. The city, after all, has just been awarded the not so coveted title of “most expensive city in the world to live in”. Fortunately, there are still places in the tiny city-state where you can gaze at amazing landscapes; learn about the country’s history and... Continue Reading →

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