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Suhanah is always traveling to find inspiration and tranquility. She works on shift based, writes during her free time and loves art.

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Beef brisket noodle from Ma's Restaurant in Kowloon, Hong Kong. A must try when you're in Kowloon!

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  • I Used To Think Tanjong Pagar Was Boring But I Was Wrong

    When we mention Tanjong Pagar, what crosses your mind is probably the boring old Central Business District (CBD). If you think that there is nothing to explore here, then you are wrong! Apart from the rich history behind this area, there's plenty of things one could do here. We are also here to include...

  • Southern Ridges: Walking the Green Hills to the Henderson Waves

    Looking for a hiking trail and something to do over the weekends? Forget about MacRitchie and make the Southern Ridges your next destination to hike. The Southern Ridges stretches from Kent Ridge all the way to Mount Faber. Its trail covers several parks like Telok Blagah Hill Park and HortPark. Located...

  • Top 10 Cycling Vacation Routes to Try in 2021

    If you are looking to embark on a new adventure in 2021, how about planning a cycling vacation? What other best ways to explore a city than on two wheels? We all dream of a relaxing and laid-back trip, away from all the stressful life. One could easily enjoy what life has to offer, cycling through the...

  • What is in Sentosa Cove, Singapore?

    Sentosa must have been an island that went through a lot of changes throughout the years. Back in the 90s, one would simply remember the ferry trip you need to take or the cable car to reach Sentosa Island. Unlike now, you could easily hop on the Sentosa Express, take the bus, or even walk to get to...

  • A Walk Through Time: 8 National Monuments In Singapore

    Can you name the historic buildings here in Singapore? You might be unaware of it, but you may have passed by or even visited these buildings before. The National Heritage Board has gazetted 73 buildings around the city. These buildings have their own stories and traditional values that are being preserved....

  • A Day At The Projector Singapore

    Calling all film buffs, critically-acclaimed-film lovers, or individuals looking for unique and fun things to do in Singapore. An afternoon outing to The Projector will promise you an unforgettable experience! Movies screened in The Projector are usually critically acclaimed ones, most of them making...

  • Wok Hey, Mak's Place and More: 10 Best Halal Chinese Food In Singapore

    One of the best things in Singapore when it comes to food is the availability of all kinds of cuisines. You name it – Chinese, Malay, Indian, Thai, Japanese, and even Korean cuisines are widely available islandwide. If you feel like savoring Chinese cuisine today, then you've come to the right place....

  • Bollywood Veggies: Singapore's Eccentric & Refreshing Paradise On Earth

    You need not travel far to visit a vegetable farm in Singapore. If you’re unaware, there is an eccentric and refreshing organic farm called Bollywood Veggies right here on our tiny island! If thoughts of visiting this farm are already making you excited, we’re here to break it down for you. Bollywood...

  • A Beginner's Guide to Toa Payoh: Food, Fun & Little Known Facts

    Toa Payoh is one of the oldest neighborhoods here in Singapore. It was the first self-sufficient satellite town to be built by HDB. This means that residents need not travel out of town to shop, attend school or even source for entertainment. This is true even to this day – you can find almost everything...

  • 8 Glamping Providers in Singapore For an Adventurous Staycation [Updated 18 November]

    As Singapore is still in Phase 2, the international borders have yet to open fully. As for now, we could only dream about traveling to another country. But this doesn't mean that there isn't anything that we can do in Singapore. Hotels are slowly reopening and accepting visitors. In fact, the government...

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