This has truly been one of my favourite places to eat at this year; when we first discovered this place, my friends and I were practically there every single week, sometimes more than once. Located on the NUS campus in the West of Singapore, I admit, it is not the most accessible eatery, but I…… Continue reading This Place is Really Waa Cow!
Bali is one of my favourite places to head to for a chill out weekend or, even better, week, and it really doesn’t get more chill than sleeping in and heading out to a nice little cafe for brunch. One such little cafe that I fell in love with on my last trip to Bali…… Continue reading Exploring Bali – Cute Cafe Sea Circus
These cupcakes not only look sweet, they taste sweet too, but that’s bandung in a nutshell. Most of us Singaporeans grew up drinking bandung, a drink made up of rose syrup and milk. Sweet and creamy, it appeals to every kid in us and when mixed with ice, perfect for our hot, humid weather. For…… Continue reading Singapore Flavours – Sweet Creamy Bandung Cupcakes
To be perfectly honest, I’m not the biggest fan of Penang food. I like it, but I’m not gaga over it. So when friends suggested going for a Penang buffet at York Hotel, I didn’t have much expectations, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I actually liked the food by the end of the night.…… Continue reading Eating Penang…in Singapore
I live in Singapore, I need sunscreen every day. Alas, I came to the conclusion a little too late to prevent all the sunspots on my face and arms. I suppose, with my skin this fair, purposely putting on suntan oil and baking on beaches didn’t really help either. The follies of youth. It’s the…… Continue reading Natural Sunscreen – Thinkbaby SPF 50+
What is better than a private villa? A private villa with a pool. On a short getaway with the girlfriends, we booked a villa at Sandi Kala Villas, which is located at the end of Seminyak, Bali. It is a little isolated and you have to get a cab everywhere, but the villa itself and…… Continue reading Why Stay in a Private Villa in Bali?
Cendol is one of the most often eaten local dessert in Singapore. It’s a simple dessert consisting of a lot of shaved ice, coconut milk, red beans, cendol (green, jelly-like thing) and gula melaka (palm sugar). When I decided to make cendol cupcakes, I decided to go with a coconut cupcake with red beans and…… Continue reading Singapore Flavours – Cendol Cupcakes