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Category Archives: Singapore Diary
A ten minute boat ride can transport you to another time – probably the 1960s. Pulau Ubin – where time seems to have paused – is a true relic from the past as compared to its rich sister Singapore. Consciously … Continue reading
Last week I posted the part 3 of this series – that focused on how to set up your home in Singapore. Further to that, this part is dedicated to how you can make your life more convenient in Singapore … Continue reading
It has been a while I have updated this series that I started sometime ago. In the first part, I listed down the things to be taken into account while preparing to come and stay in Singapore, while the second … Continue reading
I am not a big fan of laksa. Actually I was eating laksa at the wrong places in Singapore or maybe the not so good ones. However, ‘I am not a big fan of laksa’ statement became a thing of … Continue reading
Last week I went for Korean army stew dinner. I know what’s stew of course, but army stew? I was curious and researched a bit to find out what it is about. The legend Korean Army stew is a dish … Continue reading
Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay is one of the newest additions to the island city’s attractions. Located in the Downtown area, the garden is built on reclaimed land. It’s best known for the super tree grove and the two cooled … Continue reading
A lot of people know that you cannot bring in chewing gum to Singapore and there is a hefty fine for littering. But there are other nuances about Singapore that you might not know! Here are just a few of … Continue reading