Last updated on August 16th, 2017
Attending a Local Football Match in Singapore
There are some good football fixtures to be watched in Singapore. The real kind of football, at a real stadium,Read more.
Our Favourite Hawker Centres in Singapore
Hawker centres are open air food courts where family operated stalls offer a variety of local dishes at local (inexpensive)Read more.
Traditional Markets in Singapore
Kampong Glam is filled with interesting and picturesque stores lining Arab, Muscat, Bussorah, Baghdad and Kandahar Streets. Most of themRead more.
A Guide to Shopping Malls in Singapore
Shopping madness, shopping fever, shopping as a national pastime, shopping as a sport, shopping as a delusion... all hold trueRead more.
Multicultural City Walk in Singapore
You don't want to be zipping by some cute shophouse-lined street or pocket-sized temple. Nor do you want to rushRead more.
Kampong Glam Walk in Singapore
Kampong Glam means "Glam Village" in Malay, and the name comes from "Gelam, a variety of Eucalyptus that used toRead more.
Party Hotspots in Singapore
Singapore is a good place to party. Yuppy folks in their severe work gear hit the many bars, pubs andRead more.
Nature Hotspots in Singapore
Reservoirs and public gardens account for 42% of Singapore's land use, while more than half is built up. At theRead more.
Arab Street and Kampong Glam forever!
I keep coming back to the area around Sultan Mosque, also known as Kampong Glam or Arab Street, in Singapore.Read more.
What are Singapore’s “Park Connectors”?
See, people do use Singapore park connectors: take granny for the evening stroll, let baby try his first steps inRead more.