High tea at The Courtyard at The Fullerton Hotel is worth every dollar spent.
My weekend in KL after I attended a friend's wedding.
My weekend in Subang when I attended a friend's wedding.
Sundown Soiree or a letdown and sorry?
A little bit of every nonya goodness can be found here!
One of the last havens for authentic Guangzhou-style roast meat.
If you are wondering what there is to eat along Downtown Line, drop off at Fort Canning and pop into Liang Court for a taste of the famous Handmade Fishball Noodle.
Type "Must Eat in Boston" and the first on the list is Lobster Roll. With Singaporeans so familiar with seafood, will the Lobster Roll in Boston meet the Lion City's expectations?
Cafe-hopping, the chill way.
Auckland gives the vibes of a working city. When I was walking around the city centre, all I saw were stern-faced workers shuffling along the streets. And unlike most major cities, Auckland has yet to have a metro system (construction was underway and I read that it would be ready in a few years' time). Therefore, the best way to get around the city centre was on foot, and thankfully, most sights we're within reach.