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  • Here Are 10 Best Cycling Trails In Singapore You Should Not Miss!

    Cycling is indeed a popular activity that Singaporeans enjoy together with their family and friends. There are many reasons why people choose to cycle; cycling for health purposes, to spend time with their family and friends, or to go for an adventure. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic where people are encouraged to stay at home to prevent the risk of contagion for the virus, cycling for leisure or health reasons had to be put to a halt temporarily.  As domestic travel is expected to recover first, we believe that cycling will begin to pick up once again for Singaporeans. This is because cycling is a convenient way to travel around Singapore and spend time with your family and friends, as well as a perfect activity for all of you who are fearless and love exploring new places in Singapore.  Singapore is a beautiful city that offers many interesting and scenic places that are perfect and exciting for cyclists to explore. Calling all the cycling enthusiasts, we have searched for some interesting places for you to explore on your bikes.  Here are the 10 best cycling trails in Singapore!  via GIPHY  1. Rower’s Bay Park  Image Credit: Rower's Bay Park by NParks on Facebook Hop on your bicycle and challenge yourself through the new 60-kilometre Rower’s Bay. It is part of the first phase of the Round Island Route, a continuous 150-kilometre park connector that circles the island (and bound to be ready in 2035). Rower’s Bay connects Yishun to Punggol. During the day, you could enjoy nature by being at the lookout pavilion. For our late-night cyclists, you could be at the boardwalk where you could see the city’s night view (wow!). For those of you who love admiring the beautiful skies, this park provides one of the best spots to watch the sunrise or sunset in Singapore. Along the way to Seletar Aerospace Park, there are also shelters with charging points and vending machines selling bike equipment which could be helpful if you face some bike issues given that it is a long trail.  We definitely recommend this cycling trail as it is perfect for you to spend time with your family or friends while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. 2. Coast-to-Coast Trail Image Credit: Coast-to-Coast Trail by NParks on Facebook Take a break from work or usual mundane activities to have a nature trail over at Coast-to-Coast trail. The trail has loads of beautiful flora and fauna that will get you breathless and awed.  Stay connected as the trail is complemented by the C2C mobile application, which makes use of interactive augmented reality (AR) elements to provide users with a curated walking experience, as well as an online trail guide (hello technology!). Alternatively, you can view and download the Coast-to-Coast Trail guide that NParks has prepared, here.  Here is a chance for you to explore many areas in Singapore as Coast-to-Coast trail connects many different areas like Jurong Lake Gardens in the West to Coney Island in the Northeast. Get your gears ready as you would be on a 36km trail so prepare your towel, water bottles, and necessary gears as you are in for the cycling experience of your lifetime!  For more information on the trail, visit the NParks website here. 3. Civic District  Image Credit: Civic District on Urban Development Authority  If you're not really a nature lover, don't worry! You could always head over to the Civic District for a cycling expedition. You could bask in the modern Singapore with views of colonial-style buildings like the National Gallery, Victoria Concert Hall And Theatre, and Asian Civilisations Museum. Indulge in nostalgia as you cycle along these iconic buildings. You could bask in the hot sun and look at iconic buildings that make Singapore the bustling city she is well-known for.  The best part is that when you are on your break, you could snap some pictures with your family or friends at some of these iconic landmarks!  4. Kranji Marshes Image Credit: Kranji Marshes on NParks If you are someone who loves the peace and quiet, Kranji Marshes would be a beautiful serene place for you to cycle at. In the beautiful silence, you could hear birds chirping and the quiet rippling of water. We would also recommend you to cycle here with a special someone as the scenic views will help your love to bloom evermore. Perhaps a cycling date at Kranji Marshes?  On top of that, you could also drop by the Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve for an educational trip about the flora and fauna in Singapore (keep a lookout for the monitor lizard as it tends to be on the pavements). This is where nature comes alive!  5. Bukit Batok Nature Park  Image Credit: Bukit Batok Nature Park on NParks Bukit Batok Nature Park was developed on an abandoned quarry in 1988. Stunning views await you at the quarry. For a bit of history, head over to the WWII memorial nearby where you can have a quiet time to reflect and learn more about Singapore's history and the significance of this location.  For those of you who are feeling adventurous, you could move through the Western Adventure Loop connecting eight parks in the West. The wild side of Singapore is said to be at the Western Adventure Loop. You could get your adrenaline rush when you get on the rugged terrain at Zhenghua Park and Dairy Farm. Cycling with your friends and family over at this trail is recommended for you as you could learn more about Singapore's history as well as appreciate nature and the stunning views that come with it.  6. Jalan Mashhor Image credit: Jalan Mashhor on The Long and Winding Road  Interesting places in Singapore are always hidden in areas where you least expect them. For the fearless, if you are looking to explore parts of Singapore that are hidden, this is the chance for you to cycle your way over at this trail.  We discovered a beautiful area near the Omar Salmah Mosque, a village-style-mosque. Along the long winding road, you would meet the quaint mosque followed by a horse stable which houses pretty horses. During dusk, you could take a breather and watch the sky turn a pretty shade of colour. Take a pause, unwind. Just reflect on all the good things in life. For the fearless, this is the time for you to fully appreciate the wonderful, serene places that are away from the bustling city life, that Singapore has got to offer.  On top of that, you could cycle along Thomson Road to head over to MacRitchie Reservoir and get on the MacRitchie Trail (beware of monkeys!).  7. Chestnut Nature Park  Image Credit: Chestnut Nature Park on NParks If you're into challenging routes for your cycling adventures, then you should head over to Chestnut Nature Park. Chestnut Nature Park is located on the Eastern end of Chestnut Avenue. Feast your eyes on loads of greeneries while being on this trail. There are two areas to Chestnut Nature Park – Chestnut Nature Park (South) and Chestnut Nature Park (North). Chestnut Nature Park (North) is about 64 hectares. Together with the Southern portion, Chestnut Nature Park now totals 81 hectares, which makes it Singapore’s largest nature park to date (get ready for the muscle aches!). 8. Ketam Mountain Bike Park Image Credit: Ketam Mountain Bike Park on NParks Travel nearby to Pulau Ubin where you would be away from loads of traffic. Upon alighting the boat, turn left, then navigate your way through the bike hire shops and restaurants in the main village and head over to Ketam Mountain Bike Park. This park offers a 10-kilometre mountain-bike trail and it is suitable for riders of all levels as the trail ranges from easy to hardest biking expertise. For those of you who are currently planning on where to travel next with your friends after Covid-19, we recommend having this trail on your list. Let's see if you are up for this challenge with your friends!  9. Kent Ridge Park Image Credit: Kent Ridge Park on NParks Nature lovers would definitely love cycling along Kent Ridge Park as the park features natural vegetation and high biodiversity of wildlife. On top of that, there is a pond teeming with turtles and fishes! Exciting isn't it?  You could cycle along the Canopy Walk, which is an elevated boardwalk measuring 280-metres long linking HortPark to Kent Ridge Park. Immerse in the biodiversity of wildlife and nature which this trail features. A refreshing experience, we feel!  Additionally, for all of you who love learning more about the history of Singapore, Kent Ridge Park is a historical park; one of the final battles for Singapore was fought here during WWII. This is the chance to relive the history of Singapore and appreciate our rich history.  An all-in-one park suitable for families who appreciate nature and history, cycling at Kent Ridge Park is highly recommended!  10. Funan Mall Image Credit: Funan Mall on The Straits Times Have you ever heard of people cycling in a mall? Well, why not experience it yourself? Head over to the reopened Funan mall where you could ride your bike while you shop (how unique!). The revamped mall features a 200m indoor cycling path that runs through and around it. The indoor cycling path is an extension of the outdoor shared cycling and walking path along North Bridge Road.  If you need a break to perform Salah, you could easily go along the North Bridge Road to head over to Sultan Mosque or Malabar Mosque. For more information on the usage of the cycling path, click here. Also Read: Here Is What Travel Will Look Like After Covid-19 There you have it, 10 best cycling trails in Singapore for you to check out! As a beautiful city, Singapore offers many interesting spots with scenic views that are perfect and exciting for cyclists to explore. Be it cycling with your family or friends to spend time with them or cycling to unknown places to satisfy the fearless nature in you, we hope that this article will be a useful guide for you to plan your next cycling adventure after Covid-19!  via GIPHY...

  • Goshin Ramen - New Halal Japanese Restaurant In Changi Airport Singapore!

    Don’t know about you but Japanese cuisine is just something we can’t get enough of! It could be because each dish is meant to remain true to its roots and so most Japanese restaurants maintain a high quality in their cooking. We‘re so excited to share with you about the new Halal Restaurant in town – Goshin Ramen. We were so thankful to have been able to get our hands on some of their popular dishes. via GIPHY Note! Goshin Ramen is known to serve big bowls of servings so bring your friends along when you’re here! Located in Changi Airport’s Terminal 4, Goshin Ramen is Halal-Certified and serves authentic Japanese cuisine. On top of that, Goshin Ramen also experiments with fusion dishes like their Nasi Lemak Donburi with an aim to create a dish familiar to the older generation of the Malay community in Singapore. The Nasi Lemak Donburi came as a surprise to us since the Nasi Lemak (rice that is cooked with coconut milk) was not as fragrant as the traditional Nasi Lemak. It turns out that they wanted to replace the heavy taste of coconut milk with something lighter so that it does not overpower the entire dish. After rounds of research and development, they found that Virgin Coconut Oil was the best alternative to replace the coconut milk.  To be completely honest, we were not expecting the Nasi Lemak to be very different from the traditional Nasi Lemak. However, after tasting the dish, we then understood how the absence of that strong coconut flavor gave the rest of the ingredients a chance to stand out. The dish is topped off with their very own egg tamago (Japanese omelet) in replacement of sunny side up eggs in the traditional Nasi Lemak, turmeric flavored fried chicken, tempura bits, shredded seaweed and lastly the classic sambal (chili), an essential in any Nasi Lemak dish.  Their Wagyu Karubi Ramen (SGD$18.80) is a must-try when you’re here. The broth in this dish is extremely light but still flavorful. Different from different Japanese restaurants, you might find that their broth could be on the salty side since the flavor of the broth tends to overpower the dish. However, something about this broth makes it really light but still complements the main ingredient of the dish which is their wagyu. The Wagyu Karubi Ramen uses parts of the Wagyu beef ribs air-flown from Japan.  If you’re a fan of huge prawns, the Daikairo Ramen (SGD$16.80) is something you want to get your hands on. Just like their Wagyu Karubi Ramen, the Daikairo Ramen is cooked with a broth that is extremely light and easy to savor. Personally, we’re not fans of thick and salty broths so this one is right up our alley. The Daikairo Ramen uses a seafood broth that has a little spice in it to overcome the jelak-ness (when one gets sick of a certain taste) but is completely safe for kids. In this dish, you’ll be served with Big Tiger Prawns right at the top of this dish.  Goshin Ramen also serves an array of dry ramen such as their Ramen Rebus (SGD$14.80, another twist to the traditional Mee Rebus), Mala Ramen (SGD$16.80), Tori Katsu Kare Ramen (SGD$14.80) and their very own Toryufu Ramen (SGD16.80). The Toryufu Ramen is a truffle flavored ramen topped off with sauteed mixed mushroom. Some of the mushrooms include oyster and enoki mushroom. Then, break into their Ajitsuke Tamago and watch the golden egg yolk ooze out of it! The egg is then topped off with some fish roe to complete the dish.  If the sashimi is something you’d look for in a Japanese restaurant, you bet there is. Goshi Ramen serves an extensive menu of sashimi and sushi. Some of their signatures include their Sashimi Platter (SGD$18), Kani Tempura (SGD$2.60) and their Tamago Zensai (SGD$3.20). On our next visit to Goshin Ramen, we’ll definitely try some of their Nadare Moriawase (Avalanche Sushi Roll) and their Aburi Sushi. We’re really eyeing their Spicy Shake Nadare (SGD$12.80, fresh salmon trout avalanche with special homemade spicy mayonnaise), their Aburi Shake Chizu (SGD$ 3.40, seared salmon sushi with cheese) and their Aburi Wagyu (SGD$12, seared Wagyu sushi). Lastly, presenting our favorite dish, one that we’ll definitely come back for more. Drum roll please! The Saba-Shioooo~~~~ Something about this dish tastes just so good. The Saba-shio (SGD$12) is a grilled mackerel served on a grill with heated charcoal to maintain the heat and the freshness of the grilled mackerel. Goshin Ramen had originally served the grilled mackerel on an ordinary plate when they first opened. However, they soon realized that customers value an extravagant presentation. Thankfully they decided to keep the grill because it definitely elevated the dish and keeps it fresh thanks for the charcoal. The Saba-shio is definitely something we’d recommend to anyone who’s going to Goshin Ramen. Love! Drinks! We tried their Goshin Sunburst and their Summer Peach Soda. While the Summer Peach Soda gives a great presentation with an orange purple ombre when you stir the drink (an illustration of the sunset), we love the Goshin Sunburst. The Goshin Sunburst, in a nutshell, is a peach syrup that is being mixed with soda. However, what we love most about the drink are the bobas. These little bobas are the type that bursts into a liquid when you squeeze it in your mouth. It definitely made the refreshing drink a lot more interesting! Address: Level 2M Public Area, 10 Airport Blvd, Singapore Changi Airport, Terminal 4, 819665 Opening Hours: 10:30AM to 11PM (Everyday) Facebook | Instagram...

  • Halal Foodie's Guide to Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) Mall

    The new Paya Lebar Quarter has recently opened and will satisfy your shopping and dining experiences. Located conveniently next to the Paya Lebar MRT station, Paya Lebar Quarter sets to be the next business and lifestyle hub. Adding up to the food eateries available in any other malls in Paya Lebar, I am sure there will be more options to dine in. Take your pick and let's explore the Halal food eateries in the new Paya Lebar Quarter Mall.  Also Read: Here's Our Top 7 Halal Food Recommendations You Need To Try At Least Once At Paya Lebar Square & SingPost 1. Cafe Red Ginger Image Credit: Cafe Red Ginger started its first branch in IMM Jurong in 2000, serving a variety of Nasi Padang dishes. Opening its second branch in Paya Lebar Quarter mall, East siders wouldn't need to travel that far to try the food. If you're not a fan of Nasi Padang, you can also try their signature dishes like Kampung Fried Rice or Claypot Beef Hor Fun.Location: #B2-31Website | Facebook 2. Hanis Cafe & Bakery Image Credit: Hanis Cafe & Bakery Singapore on Facebook Hanis Cafe & Bakery is the sister company of Hans Cafe and Cakehouse, and they are Halal! Offering you a range of meals from western to desserts such as pastries and cakes, having breakfast or tea time here is never a waste.Location: #B2-18Website | Facebook 3. Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen Image Credit: Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen on Facebook Being the first Halal Hokkaido Ramen in Singapore, its first store is located at Suntec City. Serving you with authentic flavors of Hokkaido, you can find not only Ramen but a variety of Donburi and sides. Not only will you satisfy your palette with authentic food, but with Ramen bowl starts at SGD9.90, it is worth it!Location: #B1-15 / 16Website | Facebook | Instagram 4. KFC Image Credit: KFC on Facebook KFC is no longer a foreign fast-food chain that serves us finger lickin' good chicken! The nearest KFC will be at Kinex Mall and not in the surrounding malls. So, if you are craving for some fried chicken, and something affordable, here's your pick!Location: #B1-14Website | Facebook | Instagram 5. Pizza Hut Image Credit: Pizza Hut on Facebook Pizza Hut is a great place to get together with family and friends over affordable pizza and meals. There are also other menus like baked rice and pasta to choose from. Do check them out as they have promotions from time to time.Location: #04-10Website | Facebook | Instagram 6. Kopitime Kopitime is a food court that is located at level 4 of Paya Lebar Quarter Mall. Like any other food courts in other malls, they have Halal stores for you to check out. The rave of Kopitime is the library-inspired setting and also a stall that sells Bingsu at an affordable price.Location: #04-11 7. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Image Credit: Krispy Kreme Singapore on Facebook Whether you're looking for a place to unwind or wanna get something for tea time, there is Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. Its signature Original Glazed Doughnut has always been my favorite. There are always other doughnuts flavors available that may suit your liking and enjoy them with a cuppa hot coffee or tea.Location: #B2-K6Website | Facebook  8. Old Chang Kee Image Credit: Old Chang Kee There's always enough time to get finger food and snacks! Old Chang Kee is no longer an odd food outlet serving local snacks like curry puffs and spring roll. Even if you are in a hurry or just casually walking around, there's always Old Chang Kee to fulfill the hunger.Location: #B2-32Website | Facebook  9. FairPrice Finest With the new grab and go food section in FairPrice, 7 11 isn't the only place you can grab a quick lunch. The ready-to-eat sections housed several meals that are Halal. If you're in a hurry, then this is the right option for you. Once you're done with the payment, you can request your meal to be heated up at the counter too!Location: #B2-09 10. Boost Juice Bar Image Credit: Boost Juice Bars Quench your thirst from walking and exploring by getting a drink at Boost. A healthy option for you to recharge your energy, Boost offers smoothies, juices, and crushes with no added sugar and artificial colorings.Location: #B2-K10Website | Facebook | Instagram...

  • 5 Salon Hijab-friendly di Singapura, Penyelamat Krisis Rambut

    Hai, Hijabers! Sedang butuh gaya rambut yang baik atau perawatan rambut di tempat yang rileks? Saya juga merasakannya, dan memang sulit untuk menemukan rekomendasi salon yang Hijab-friendly. Hijab–friendly bagiku artinya memiliki ruang privasi dan lingkungan yang khusus untuk wanita berhijab agar kita bebas untuk menggerai rambut. via GIPHY Poin tambahannya, termasuk bahan-bahan produk yang digunakan semua halal, begitupun produk untuk perawatan rambut. Sehingga, kita benar-benar merasakan pengalaman yang terjamin Halal yang dibutuhkan untuk perawatan rambut kita. Kabar baik! Baca lebih lanjut tentang Hijab-Friendly Salon yang melayani berbagai budget. 1. Pearlista Kredit Foto: Pearlista di Facebook “Like a Pearl in a Shell” adalah tagline untuk Salon kecantikan lokal ini yang secara masif menjadi popular sebagai Salon Muslimah di Singapura. Ditemukan oleh influencer, Nura J (anda bisa cek di instagram), mereka memiliki 3 outlet yang lebih nyaman bagimu untuk janjian bersama sahabat. Outlet-outletnya berada di kawasan yang strategis yaitu di Eunos, Clementi, dan Orchard. Pilihlah berbagai perawatan rambut, dari gaya standar dan perawatan Blow hingga perawatan Deep silk moisture. Harga berkisar dari $28 untuk Dry cut hingga $200 untuk Rebounding. Perawatan rambutnya kompetitif berkisar antara $45-70. Mereka bahkan menawarkan paket kombo, sehingga lebih hemat dengan Paket Potong+Colouring+Perawatan Argan dari harga $120! Pertama, lakukan reservasi di websitenya dan kamu siap untuk menjadi “Like a Pearl in a Shell” di Salon Pearlista! Pearlista@EunosAlamat: Icon@Changi, B1-02                228 Changi Roadl, Singapura 419741                (Di sebelah bangunan PKMS)Telepon: 64431435 Pearlista@ClementiAlamat: City Vibe Clementi, #02-08                3151 Commonwealth Ave West, Singapura 129581                (Di sebelah Clementi Mall)Telepon: 62531422 Pearlista@OrchardAlamat: Far East Plaza, #03-76C                14 Scotts Road, Singapura 228213Telepon: 62354465 Situs Web | Facebook | Instagram 2. KARVA Kredit Foto: KARVA di Facebook Salon lokal yang juga cukup terkenal yaitu Karva, didirikan oleh Rozza Ramli, berkembang di Singapore dan Malaysia yang dimiliki oleh Artis Nora Danish! Salon ini dikhususkan untuk wanita dengan pelayanan rambut yang lebih beragam termasuk perawatan rambut dari ketombe hingga perawatan kuku (Hello, Manicure dan Pedicure!). Anda akan dilayani selayaknya ratu di sini oleh staf yang ramah dan professional dan yang anda perlukan hanyalah rileks! Harganya berkisar dari $20 untuk potong rambut dan dari $80 untuk perawatan rambut berketombe. Untuk Manicure dan Pedicure, harganya cukup terjangkau dari $15 untuk perawatan ekspres! Catat untuk Pelajar : Salon ini juga menawarkan harga spesial untuk Pelajar dari Selasa hingga kamis! CentralAlamat: 73A Bussorah Street, Singapura 199486Jam Buka: 11am-8pm (Senin - Sabtu) | 11am-5pm (Minggu)​Telepon: 62911205 EastAlamat: East Village                430 Upper Changi Road #01-95, Singapura 487048Jam Buka: 11am-8pm (Senin - Sabtu) | 11am-5pm (Minggu)Telepon: 63847311 WestAlamat: JCube                2 Jurong East Central 1 #B1-16A, Singapura 609731Jam Buka: 11am – 8pm (Senin - Minggu)Telepon: 62622217Situs Web | Facebook | Instagram 3. Jason Sally Kredit Foto: Jason Sally di Facebook Berlokasi di Basement Our Tampines Hub, Jason Sally merupakan salon rambut yang cocok untuk muslimah! Menawarkan ruang privasi untuk pelanggan Muslim, benar-benar inklusif! Tak hanya itu, Jason Sally mempromosikan pelayanan pilihan Manicure dan Pedicure juga yang cocok untuk wanita muslim. Harga untuk potongan rambut dari $20 (tergantung panjang rambut) dan juga memiliki harga diskon spesial untuk siswa! JasonSally @ Festive Mall, Our Tampines HubAlamat: 1 Tampines Walk #B1-33/34                Singapura 528523Jam Buka: 10am – 10pm (Senin - Jumat)                    10am – 8pm (Sabtu & Minggu)Telepon: +65 63868393                  +65 63868332 Situs Web | Facebook | Instagram 3. SWEE SALON Foto Kredit: Swee di Facebook Dalam komunitas multi-budaya dan multi-agama di Singapore, maka selalu menyenangkan ketika bisnis-bisnis dilakukan secara inklusif dan mengakomodasi kebutuhan berbagai jenis gaya hidup. SWEE menawarkan program Muslimah Mondays, dimana para pelanggan wanita dapat mengatur jadwal untuk perawatan rambut. Brand lokal ini memberi kita kebebasan untuk memilih hairdo yang diinginkan sesuai dengan ajaran islam. Lokasinya pun strategis di pusat Singapore dekat dengan banyak Makanan Halal dan Café-café! Hanya melalui reservasi. Alamat: 751 North Bridge Road,                Jalan Kledek, #02-02                Singapura 198719Telepon: 8414 9163Situs Web | Facebook 4. Efen Reyes Hair & Beauty Salon Kredit Foto: Efen Reyes Hair & Beauty Salon di Facebook Efen Reyes Hair & Beauty Salon Tepat di pertengahan Pasir Ris, Efen Reyes adalah tempat faforit bagi masyarakat setempat yang berada dekat dengan jantung Mall Loyang Point. Salon yang ramah ini menawarkan ruangan terpisah khusus untuk Muslimah. Tempat khusus Pria di salon ini disebut Boyz To Men, jadi sempurna untuk pasangan untuk potong rambut di tempat yang sama! Terbaiknya adalah biaya pelayanannya terjangkau, potong rambut untuk wanita hanya seharga $15. Alamat: Pasir Ris Street 21                 Singapura 510258Telepon: 6583 4768Facebook BONUS: Winn's Home Salon Foto Kredit: Winn's Home Salon Salon ini merupakan tempat faforit bagi yang sudah kenal, WINN terkenal sebagai Salon Rumah yang Ramah di daerah Tampines sejak 2007. Dengan harga yang sangat kompetitif (potong rambut hanya dari $9), WINN menawarkan pengalaman yang privasi untuk perawatan rambut. Salon rumah ini lengkap peralatannya, selayaknya Salon Super Profesional. Alamat: Blk 245 Tampines Street 21,                Singapura 521245Telepon: 8121 8066 (WhatsApp/SMS)Situs Web | Alamat Email   Antusias tentang hal-hal kecil dalam hidup.  ...

  • 5 Tempat Mendapatkan Bingsu Yang Ramah Muslim di Singapura

    Pernah mendengar tentang Bingsu? Yakni kudapan yang setara dengan es krim Korea yang populer, terbuat dari serutan es dan berbagai bahan seperti susu kental manis, sirup buah, buah-buahan, potongan kue beras, jelly kenyal, dan serpihan sereal. Biasanya diatasnya diberi es krim atau yoghurt beku. Menjadi negara tropis, suguhan ini bisa dinikmati di Singapura sepanjang tahun, baik sebagai camilan atau sebagai hidangan penutup. Karena sebagian besar terbuat dari es, menjadikan suguhan ini favorit anak-anak juga! via GIPHY Jadi, di mana kita bisa menemukan Bingsu yang Ramah Muslim di Singapura? Banyak kafe bersertifikasi Halal & milik Muslim di Singapura melayani Bingsu yang ramah-Muslim untuk dinikmati para pelancong Muslim. Berikut adalah 5 kafe dan restoran di sekitar Singapura yang berspesialisasi dalam seni Bingsu. 1. Oriental Ice Bistro Kredit Foto: Oriental Ice Bistro di Facebook Bistro multi-masakan ini menyajikan makan siang, makan malam, minuman, makanan penutup, dan kopi. Dan tentu saja, salah satu pilihan hidangan penutup adalah jajaran Bingsu. Sementara bistro ini masih dalam proses memperoleh sertifikasi halal, semua bahan yang digunakan diperoleh dari pemasok bersertifikat halal. Bistro ini memiliki tempat duduk di luar ruangan, tempat bagi pelanggan ber kelompok dan anak-anak, melayani pesanan yang dibungkus, dan juga menerima pemesanan. Alamat: 89 Rangoon Road # 01-02Jam Buka: Senin hingga Rabu & Jumat 01:00 - 22:30                  Sabtu & Minggu 12:30 PM - 11:00 PM                  *Tutup pada hari Kamis Facebook 2. Nunsaram Korean Dessert CAFÉ Kredit Foto: Nunsaram Korean Dessert CAFE di Facebook Terletak di surganya belanja Orchard Road, kafe ini berspesialisasi dalam kepingan salju Bingsu gaya Korea. Meskipun tidak bersertifikat halal, mereka banyak menggunakan bahan utama sayuran, buah-buahan dan susu di Bingsu mereka. Dengan suasana yang tenang dan kondusif, banyak siswa dan kelompok yang menjadikan lokasi ini sebagai tempat nongkrong yang nyaman. Pelanggan mengklaim harga di kafe ini wajar dibandingkan dengan kafe lain. CATATAN: Karena beberapa varietas Bingsu yang lebih eksotis di kafe dapat menggunakan bahan-bahan lain, sebagai tindakan pencegahan, saya menyarankan agar pelancong Muslim bertanya kepada staf di kafe mengenai status halal pada bahan apa pun yang tidak mereka yakini. Alamat: 181 Orchard Road, # 05-51 / 52 Orchard CentralJam Buka: Setiap hari11: 00 AM - 10:00 PM Facebook 3. O'ma Spoon - The Dessert Café Kredit Foto:O'ma spoon Korean Dessert Cafe di Facebook The O'ma Spoon adalah waralaba kafe pencuci mulut Korea kontemporer pertama di Singapura. Kafe yang dimiliki dan dioperasikan oleh warga negara Korea ini memiliki dua outlet. Mereka berupaya menyajikan Bingsu asli dari bahan-bahan asli Korea. Meskipun tidak bersertifikat halal, mayoritas bahan yang digunakan telah disetujui sebagai makanan halal, dan hanya beberapa bahan impor dari Korea yang belum bersertifikat halal. Jadi, kunjungi tempat itu, dan coba Bingsu yang Ramah Muslim. CATATAN: Hanya untuk memastikan sampai mereka mendapatkan sertifikasi halal, periksa ulang status halal bahan dalam rasa apa pun dari Bingsu yang kamu sukai! Alamat: Marina Square # 04-102 (di sebelah food court) 313 Orchard Rd 313 @ Somerset 04-20 / 32Jam Buka: Setiap Hari11: 15 AM - 10:30 PM Facebook 4. One Ice Café Foto Kredit: One Ice Cafe di Facebook   One Ice Café berspesialisasi dalam semua hal Bingsu. Mereka memiliki berbagai pilihan Bingsu yang mengikuti resep tradisional Korea. Meskipun tidak bersertifikat Halal, staf memastikan bahwa mereka tidak menggunakan produk-produk berbasis lemak babi atau menyajikan daging babi. Jika Anda berada di area Jurong, kunjungi kafe ini dan berikan komentar Anda. CATATAN: Sebagai tindakan pencegahan, saya menyarankan agar pelancong Muslim berhati-hati tentang bahan-bahan di Bingsu yang dipilih sebelum memesan. Alamat: 2 Jurong East Central 1, # 02-67, JCube, Singapura 609731Jam Buka: Setiap Hari12: 30 PM - 09:30 PM Facebook 5. Jinjja Chicken Kredit Foto: Jinjja Chickendi Facebook Tempat makan halal di Singapura ini memiliki dua outlet dan menyajikan makanan cepat saji Korea yang disiapkan untuk meniru resep asli dan metode penyajian, menghilangkan bahan pengawet, bahan tambahan dan bahan olahan yang terlalu banyak diproses. Menu mereka menawarkan kepada pelanggan tiga jenis Halal Bingsu - Patbingsu, Oreo dan Strawberry Cheesecake. ALAMAT OUTLET BUGIS 249 Victoria Street (Desa Bugis, di seberang Bugis Junction)Jam Buka: Minggu hingga Kamis 11:00 - 22:00 | Jumat hingga Sabtu 11:00 - 23:30 ALAMAT OUTLET NORTHPOINT 930 Yishun Avenue 2, # 01-45 Northpoint CityJam Buka: Minggu hingga Kamis 11:00 - 22:00 | Jumat hingga Sabtu 11:00 - 23:30 ALAMAT OUTLET CLEMENTI 3155 Commonwealth Ave W, B1-28 / 29, The Clementi MallJam buka: Setiap hari 11:00 - 21:00 Situs Web via GIPHY   Jadi, ketika kamu liburan ramah Muslim di Singapura, nikmati keajaiban Bingsu sebagai hidangan penutup, atau sebagai camilan saat beristirahat dari jalan-jalan dan berbelanja....