Tag: Food

Malaysian Food Street at Resort World Sentosa

Sentosa Staycation Itinerary Overview (October 2015) There are Michelin star restaurants, fast food outlets and some popular food chains around Resorts World Sentosa (“RWS”). To get some affordable real food in RWS, we decided that the “local” hawker food at Malaysian Food Street (“Street”) was…

Perth Fremantle – Food (no. 2/2): Hot Chocolate & Churros

Australia (Perth & Melbourne) Itinerary Overview (2013). ▲ Useful Tourist Information | ▲ Fremantle Fremantle, Perth’s seaport, is a highly recommended place to visit if you drop by Perth. It is also known for its good food and drink. It has also built a strong reputation for its…

Perth Fremantle – Food Reviews (No. 1/2)

Australia (Perth & Melbourne) Itinerary Overview (2013). ▲ Useful Tourist Information | ▲ Fremantle Fremantle, Perth’s sea port, is a highly recommended place to visit if you drop by Perth. It is known for its good food and drink. It has also built a strong reputation for its…

7 Tea Rooms in Singapore (English / Chinese tea)

[Updated 14 Feb 2017] Are you searching for tea rooms in Singapore? Recently a reader asked me the following question: … Could you share nice spot for tea? Going to Asia for tea trip. For tea appreciation in Asia, I would think of Maokong in Taipei…

Bangkok April 2015 (Day 4) | Soi 38 Street Food & Terminal 21 Mall

Bangkok Itinerary Overview (2015). p.s. Read about our post of how to get from BKK airport to downtown. Soi 38 Bangkok Street food  If you are one who likes to find authentic local taste by eating street food, you should not miss this 40-year old iconic place at…

Bangkok April 2015 (Day 4) | Platinum Fashion Mall & Soi 19 Wanton Mee

Bangkok Itinerary Overview (2015). p.s. Read about our post of how to get from BKK airport to downtown. Shopping at Platinum Mall Quick Facts of the Mall Platinum Fashion Mall is purportedly Thailand’s largest wholesale and retail shopping mall. The fashion mall has 2 wings. Wing 1 (Zones…

Bangkok April 2015 (Day 3) | Victory Monument

Bangkok Itinerary Overview (2015). p.s. Read about our post of how to get from BKK airport to downtown. Victory Monument in Bangkok Thailand is a large military monument that stands in the middle of a major traffic roundabout. The monument was erected in June 1941 to commemorate the Thai victory in…

Bangkok April 2015 (Day 3) | Chatuchak Weekend Market

Bangkok Itinerary Overview (2015). p.s. Read about our post of how to get from BKK airport to downtown. About Chatuchak Chatuchak Weekend Market is hugeeeeee! The market has more than 15,000 booths, selling almost anything that you can think of. Yes, literally anything, even animals! The goods at…

Bangkok April 2015 (Day 2) | Asiatique the Riverfront

Bangkok Itinerary Overview (2015). p.s. Read about our post of how to get from BKK airport to downtown. About Asiatique  Asiatique is located at a former pier which belonged to East Asiatic Company (owned by a Danish). Many of the original buildings have been refurbished and the…

Bangkok April 2015 (Day 2) | Siam Square

  Bangkok Itinerary Overview (2015). p.s. Read about our post of how to get from BKK airport to downtown. MBK (Mah Boon Krong) National Stadium MRT or Siam BTS You can find all sorts of goods here, such as clothings, electronics, jewellry and gold. MBK stuff is generally cheaper than the other…

Bangkok April 2015 (Day 1)

Bangkok Itinerary Overview (2015). p.s. Read about our post of how to get from BKK airport to downtown. We flew by TigerAir into Bangkok (BKK Survanbhumi) airport on a Thursday afternoon. I don’t really recommend Scoot to Bangkok, because they only fly to Don Mueang airport, which is relatively inconvenient.…

Hidden Gems in Yishun Suburban

▲ Useful Tourist Information This article was written for a contest to win a cruise trip for two. Thus, it was first published at stcommunities.sg. I was looking forward to review this cruise trip, but the winner went to another article. I am not a sore…