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  • 8 Things to do in Singapore this August

    August has always been filled with events year in year out. With National Day around the corner, August has always been known to be filled with events and the colors of the flag (red and white everywhere). Here are some things you can do in August 2020 where you can not only have fun but might even learn more about the little red dot. via GIPHY   National Day Parade One very obvious thing to do this August is to follow the events of the National Day Parade, with the parade being significantly different this year as compared to the previous years, it might be a new and interesting experience.  You can check out what NDP has to offer in more detail on our blog here. Image Source: Photo by Tomas Vyšniauskas on Unsplash   Bras Basah Light up Until the 30th of August 2020, the National landmarks in the Bras Basah Precinct and Civic District will be lit up in the colors of Singapore as part of the National Day Celebrations. With 60 original designs submitted by local artists, it makes for a very scenic and refreshing look to the all so familiar monuments. Lighting up over 10 national monuments and arts and culture institutions, it aims to show solidarity and celebration of the nation’s 55th birthday. Here is the list of monuments that will be lit up: National Museum of Singapore Cathedral of Good Sheperd CHIJMES The Armenian Church Central Fire Station National Gallery of Singapore The Arts House Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall Asian Civilisation Museum Esplanade Visit the National Heritage Board’s website for more details. Image Source: Image by 8days.sg   National Gallery National Gallery is currently offering a free 1-year insider membership which will give you unlimited and priority access to all the exhibitions. In addition, members also enjoy a 15% discount on shopping and dining. Do take note however that there are no halal food options found there.  Membership usually costs $30 for Locals and $60 for Standard so this is a great opportunity if you are interested in everything that is art or if you are just starting to dip your feet into the art scene. If you choose not to get the membership, the National Gallery will also be offering Free Admissions to all their exhibitions for the month of August. Visit the National Gallery’s website for more details. Image Source: image by Trip.com   Asian Civilisations Museum The Asian Civilisations Museum is having a number of events for the whole month of June. Ranging from online events where you and your family can learn more about different cross-cultural art. With this month’s focus on the Islamic Art Gallery: Bird Calligram by Yusuf Chen Jinhui, a Chinese Muslim Calligrapher. Visit the Asian Civilisation Museum’s website for more details. Image Source: Image by Joyce Fong from The Straits Times   Art Science Museum Discover what the future might look like at the Art Science Museum with 2219: Futures Imagines and Future World: Where Art meets Science exhibitions now showing at the museum. In addition to those, learn more about the Global Plastic Pollutions an exhibition by National Geographic. Visit the Art Science Museum’s website for more details. Image Source: Image by lifestyleasia.com   Zoom into History If you would rather stay home, why not learn more about the history of Singapore through talking artifacts on zoom (Yes, talking artifacts). This series, which will run all the way till National Day on 9th August, will take you through history through the lens of the artifacts. Visit the National Museum of Singapore’s website for more details.   Image Source: Image by National Museum of Singapore   Run for Singapore Runners get ready your running shoes, here’s a great way to relive those running events pre-COVID. To celebrate Singapore’s 55th Birthday, Asia Online Run is holding an online Running Challenge where participants can clock their distances with the help of running apps and pedometers. All in the hopes of achieving an accumulated distance of 55,000KM this year. Registrations close on 10th August. Visit spacebib for more details on the event. Image Source: Image by Spacebib on Facebook   Star Wars Virtual Run Southeast Asia Another virtual running event happening now till September is the Star Wars Virtual Run event. Similar to Run for Singapore, participants can clock in their distance with the help of running apps and pedometers. With a choice of 5.4KM and 40.0KM, finishers will be awarded a medal based on the distance and the side they choose to run for. Visit Star Wars Virtual Run website for more details. Image Source: Image by justrunlah.com Whether you choose to enjoy August online or offline, there are more things for you to do, especially since it is National Day month. You could even go Island-Hopping on the Southern Islands or go international with Virtual Tours from the different museums around the world. Just remember to always abide and practice the safety measures during this pandemic. Ensure adequate social distancing and always wear a mask when you are outside. Have fun! via GIPHY...

  • NDP 2020: 5 Things To Look Out For This National Day Parade

    Cover Image Source: Photo by Rogan Yeoh on Unsplash No live shows at the Padang this year? Well, they bring the parade to you! 9 August marks the 55th year Singapore gained independence. With the current virus situation, this year’s National Day Parade will especially be different than in previous years. With safety measures in place for COVID-19 and no tickets to the parade at the Padang, you won't be missing much of the festivities as there are plenty of things happening around the island. You can even catch them live in the comfort and safety of your home as most or all of the events will be broadcasted live on television and on Youtube as well. The theme for this year’s NDP is centered around bringing the crowd favorites such as the Mobile Columns, Flag Flypast, Jets, the Red Lions parachuting down, and of course the fireworks closer to the people. Most, if not all, the events are focused on paying tribute and showing gratitude to the healthcare and frontline workers who have continually put their lives on the line to keep others safe during these hard times. (Thank you all!) With all the things that are different in this year’s edition, it can be very easy to get confused with what to expect on the actual day itself. Luckily for us, the NDP committee has just recently released the schedule and locations to the public. Here’s what’s different about this coming NDP. via GIPHY   Mobile Column Happening at 10 AM to 1 PM islandwide This year’s mobile columns will cover the longest distance ever for any mobile column traveling into the heartlands. Covering all four corners of the island. A noteworthy point about this is that the mobile column will be going past several hospitals to salute the healthcare and frontline workers. Image Source: NDP 2020   Flag Flypast & Roar of Unity Happening at 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM Another exciting change to the parade that is going to be a first this year will be the route taken by the Chinook, Apaches, and F-15SGs for the Flag Flypast and Jet flyovers, or as they call it the “Roar of Unity”. They will not only just fly over the Padang, but they will also make their way around Singapore as well. You’ll definitely hear them coming your way, so make sure to look out your windows to catch a glimpse of them flying by! Image Source: NDP 2020   Maritime Sailpast Happening at 11:00 AM To commemorate the country’s 55th birthday, a unique sail past with vessels from the Navy, Coast Guard, Civil Defence, and Maritime and Port Authority will be sailing past off the coast of Marina Bay. Image Source: NDP 2020   Red Lions Happening at 11:10 AM Get ready to “Ooooo”, the ever so popular Red Lions will be jumping off the planes and parachuting down into the heartlands at Sengkang and Jurong East. They will be landing near the Sengkang General Hospital and Ng Teng Fong Hospital as a sign of tribute to the healthcare workers and frontline workers. Image Source: NDP 2020   Fireworks Happening at 8:20 PM If you are like us, then the definite highlight of every National Day Parade will be the fireworks display, every single year. Whether you choose to see it live or even on the television, it serves as a great conclusion to the whole parade and celebrations itself. This year will be especially different as it has been announced that it will be set off in 10 different locations right in the heartlands. Even if it will be harder for us to get to see it in person (to get that great shot for Instagram), changing the norm might not be such a bad thing. Imagine seeing the fireworks right in the comfort and safety of your homes. The main point is, safety is still the top priority. The exact locations have been released by the NDP committee recently, here are 10 spots where the fireworks will be set off, which will mean that you can see the fireworks from around the vicinity - The fireworks are scheduled to go off at 8.20 PM islandwide. The locations of the fireworks as released by the NDP Committee are: Jurong Lake Garden Yew Tee Buona Vista Bishan Woodlands Sembawang Marina Barrage Ang Mo Kio Punggol Tampines Even if you do not live in these areas, these fireworks have been described as “High Level” Fireworks where they should be easily visible from afar. Image Source: NDP 2020   Safety is Still a Priority We cannot stress enough how important it is to remember to abide and follow the safety measures against COVID-19. If you are going out to see the different NDP events listed earlier, remember to practice adequate Social Distancing measures between one another and always wear a mask. You can also stay at home and watch it on television or over on Youtube, where all the events will be broadcasted live so you won’t be missing out on the festivities. Those are only some of the events that you will see during the National Day Parade on 9th August, with all that is happening for the parade, it will surely be a very different experience to the parades we normally see on National Day. Happy 55th Birthday Singapore! via GIPHY...

  • 6 Singaporean Island Getaways without a Passport

    Itching for a getaway or a day trip over the long weekend? With Phase 2 in effect, you can island-hop without a passport right here in Singapore! Did you know that Singapore has 63 islands, including natural and man-made islands? These gorgeous islands have plenty of activities and attractions that you can enjoy while still maintaining safe distancing. Fun fact: Did you know that Singapore used to own Christmas Island that we now know belongs to Australia? We have more places to explore in Singapore than we think! Why not be a tourist in your own country during this period to satisfy your wanderlust? Here are 5 offshore islands you can visit over the weekends without a passport. via GIPHY   Lazarus Island and Pulau Seringat Image Source: Singapore Island Cruise and Ferry Services Looking to have a serene and romantic beach getaway on an island that is NOT Sentosa? Lazarus Island is exactly what you are looking for. Known as Singapore’s best island escape, Lazarus Island overlooks a beautiful lagoon with white sands that are perfect for an unforgettable day out. You can take a romantic stroll and dip your toes in the sand or swim in the glittering turquoise waters. This 800-meter stretch of beach is perfect for a picnic with your loved ones and to celebrate any special occasions. Plus, you can be assured that you are safe distancing at this beach as the island is usually not plagued by crowds. To get to Lazarus Island and Pulau Seringat, take an $18 round-trip ferry from Marina South Pier to St John’s Island. Upon disembarkation at St John’s Island, turn left to walk across the causeway connecting these islands.   St John’s Island Image Source: Singapore Press Holdings If you are planning to visit Lazarus Island, you might as well explore St John’s Island as the ferry will disembark here. This island has a very interesting history that history buffs would appreciate. St John’s Island was once a quarantine station for cholera patients, lepers, and unwell immigrants that were headed to Singapore during a period where cholera was spreading throughout the archipelago. Visiting the island during this period of Phase 2 would perhaps make you think a bit more about how Singapore has grappled with diseases over the years. Don’t let its history put a damper on your mood – St John’s Island now offers a nice slice of nature with one of the cleanest lagoons for swimming out of all the other offshore islands. You can take a relaxing dip around the shores or go snorkeling to explore the marine life with its colorful corals. You can also go on a trekking route where you can catch a breath-taking skyline view of our mainland. You will find even more amenities on this island than Lazarus Islands such as chalets or bungalows that you can rent to stay overnight. These chalets come with a kitchen and the campsites come with basic cooking amenities that are perfect if you want to have a barbeque party. To get to St John’s Island, take an $18 round-trip ferry ride from Marina South Pier to the island. For children, the round-trip ferry ticket will cost $12.   Coney Island Image Source: Sim Ding En at Wonderwall.sg Did you know that Punggol has its little island called Coney Island? Coney Island is located beside the Punggol Waterway and it was launched as part of the up and coming Watertown Punggol. It was planned to be developed into a commercial and residential area with a beach facing the Johor Strait. Fortunately for us, Coney Island has not been developed to be an urban jungle and still sports a remote and rustic ambiance. You can rent a bicycle from Punggol Jetty or Punggol Point and cycle your way from Punggol Waterway to Coney Island. Admire the scenic waterside view as you cycle on the promenade, you might even catch a glimpse of a wild otter if you are lucky. Birdwatchers, rejoice! There are plenty of brightly colored birds to admire at the natural forested walkways as you make your way to Coney Island. Once you reach the island, explore its hidden beach and the Lorong Halus wetland! Aside from cycling there, you can take Bus 84 from Punggol Interchange and alight at the northern end of Punggol Road. You can also take a taxi or drive to this northern end. From the northern end, walk across the walkway from Punggol Promenade Nature Walk to Coney Island. Opening Hours: Open daily; 7 am – 7 pm (Daily)   Pulau Ubin Image Source: NParks The most popular offshore island aside from Sentosa is Pulau Ubin. Pulau Ubin, which is Malay for “Granite Island” pays tribute to its history where granite quarries used to operate there back then. Here, you will be rewarded with a rustic version of Singapore where you will be surrounded by the lush greenery, mangrove swamps, a tranquil sea, and one of the last remaining kampungs in Singapore. Rent a bicycle and cycle to Chek Jawa Wetlands to admire the rural floral and fauna which includes a beach, mangroves, and the forest. Climb up the seven-story high Jejawi Tower to admire the jungle from above. If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of hornbills and other wild animals. You can try out various biking trails such as the Ketam Mountain Bike Park, Free Ride Skills Park, and Dirt Skills Park, or try hiking at Pulau Ubin’s Puaka Hill. If you are headed to the island over the weekend, make sure to try out Maleh Café, a Muslim-owned establishment, near the Pulau Ubin jetty which is only available over the weekends! To get to Pulau Ubin, take a $6 round-trip bumboat ride from Changi Point Ferry Terminal to the island.    Kusu Island Image Source: lifeguide.sg Also known as Tortoise Island, Kusu Island is a popular site of pilgrimage as it housed the famous Da Ba Gong temple and three keramats (gravesite of saints). Two major pilgrimages are made to these sites every year. Did you know about the old legend of Kusu Island? The legend goes that there was a giant tortoise that miraculously turned into an island to save a Malay and Chinese men who were shipwrecked. To show their gratitude, it was said that these men built a temple and a shrine in honor of the tortoise. You will also find tons of tortoise statues around the island. Make sure to visit the tortoise sanctuary where you can watch these reptiles in action! There is also a beach and lagoons that you can dip your feet or swim in. Kusu Island is a place where multiple cultures and religions meet, making it a rich heritage site that you should visit at least once! To get to Kusu Island, take an $18 round-trip ferry from Marina South Pier to Kusu Island. The ferry will have a stopover at St John’s island first before it heads to Kusu Island. Image Source: Singapore Island Cruise and Ferry Services Who says you can't travel and satisfy your wanderlust in Singapore? There is more to Singapore than our busy cityscape and the glitzy Sentosa Island! Have an enjoyable getaway or a day trip at one of these offshore islands and experience the many tranquil beaches, glittering lagoons, rich culture and heritage that they have to offer! But make sure to always wear a mask when you are out and about, and remember to practice safe distancing! If you are planning to explore these islands, use this Singapore travel guide to island-hop without a passport! So switch your busy office for the beach instead over the long weekend! via GIPHY...

  • 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...