Chicken rice is so popular in Singapore, you won’t have to look for it. It’ll come looking for you! The rice soaked in the juices of the chicken is the best. It’s on the oily side, nothing like fried foods, but you won’t need lip balm after your meal.
Get pampered in Siem Reap, fruit baskets and champagne included. Mid-range spas offer massage, body and facial treatments rivaling some of the higher end hotels, but at a fraction of the cost.
The Malay Heritage Centre, located in Kampong Glam, showcases the rich culture of Singaporean Malay heritage. Whether you’re fond of priceless antiques or like interacting with people (or screens), the Malay Heritage Centre has plenty to entertain the less than jaded visitor.
Cute cafés abound around Arab Street and Kampong Glam. Pick from one of our favourites to chit chat, read the daily papers or just watch the world go by.
Follow our Romantic Angkor Top 5 spots and let the magic of Angkor make you fall in love, encore. Old stones, a forest backdrop and a zest of adventure, that's romance, Angkor style.
Could do with a gentle rub of aching muscles? You don’t need to spend a fortune to enjoy soothing body treatments and traditional massages in Siem Reap!
Tired feet after clambering up the temples of Angkor? How about treating yourself to a facial and a Khmer traditional 4 hand massage at a spa in Siem Reap?
Singapore's Kampong Glam has plenty of historical sights. And that includes traditional restaurants that serve heartwarming dishes in casual settings.
The Royal Palace is one of Phnom Penh’s main attractions. Spend the day exploring the historical pavilions and admiring the King's Regalia. Take your pick from the Throne Hall, the Moonlight Pavilion, the Silver Pagoda or the Pavillion Napoléon III.
Cars in Singapore are very expensive. For $100,000, you can barely get an average run of the mill Toyota, nowhere near a German luxury sedan! What makes cars so expensive in Singapore?