Posts Tagged ‘Singapore’

Chatterbox @ Mandarin Orchard, Singapore – Chicken Rice

July 18th, 2010 27 Commented

"Taste the legend" occurs at Chatterbox when you savor their price rocking chicken rice and Lobster Laksa. Their tender chicken meat is cushioned on a bed of lettuce and light sauce in a white shallow bowl, garnished by a pair of baby tomatoes and two slices of Japanese cucumber placed on the side. Simply irresistible!

Thai Express @ Sun Plaza, Singapore

July 5th, 2010 28 Commented

Thai Express, the affordable Thai food maestro has welcomed its doors to the residents of Sembawang! It is the world's largest chain of modern Thai restaurants.

Singapore 1960 @ National Museum of Singapore

June 5th, 2010 14 Commented

National Museum of Singapore presents to you, Singapore 1960. Take a step into the past to understand Singapore in the year 1960. In this exhibition, you’ll learn more about the evolution of cultures, fashions, literatures, arts, and etc.

Sushi Tei @ Paragon, Singapore

May 11th, 2010 8 Commented

Each Sushi Tei restaurant bears the classy, elegant and modish look punctuated subtly with different themes and concepts unique to each locale. To celebrate Mother’s day, we patronize Sushi Tei at Paragon...

Cherry Garden @ Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

April 19th, 2010 15 Commented

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, formerly The Oriental, offers the award winning Cherry Garden restaurant in Singapore featuring Cantonese cuisine. I was glad to celebrate my birthday in the restaurant…

Mellben Seafood @ Ang Mo Kio, Singapore

April 3rd, 2010 7 Commented

Mellben Seafood - The highly raved crab bee-hoon (vermicelli) in town. Recently, I was fortunate enough to be introduced to this hidden gem situated in a developed neighborhood. The tantalizing and sweet flavor of the crab soup pulled me back for the second time.

Plaza Market Café @ Fairmont, Singapore – International Buffet

March 6th, 2010 15 Commented

Plaza Market Café, a restaurant of Fairmont Singaopre, serves a variety of food for its buffet dinner. Photos of the various food served are available in the post. Enjoy!

Quest For Immortality: The World Of Ancient Egypt @ National Museum of Singapore

February 24th, 2010 14 Commented

The ancient Egyptians believed that a human being was composed of several elements essential to survival. These comprise the shadow and the name, and the non physical in this post. It covers the Quest for Immortality in great details. You can learn more about the exhibition if you've not visited it.

Fort Canning Park, Singapore

January 31st, 2010 12 Commented

Fort Canning, a small hill about 60 meters high, found in the Central Area of Singapore. It is a place rich in history, full of luscious greenery and sort of a hidden gem because not many locals and foreigners explore the premises fully.

Armenian Church, Singapore

January 27th, 2010 7 Commented

The Armenian Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator is Singapore's oldest church, located in Hill Street. It was built in 1835 and designed by an Irish architect, George D. Coleman. The church is dedicated to St Gregory the Illuminator, the first Armenian monk. It is now a national monument, gazetted in 1973 by the National Preservation board.