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Your guide to the Wet Markets in Singapore

Fish for sale at the wet markets at Bedok, Singapore

All you need to know about the Wet Markets in Singapore Morning markets or wet markets are where locals shop for fresh groceries and produce. Anything from meat, spices, fruits, and fish, you’ll get at almost all wet markets. Even with the ubiquity of supermarkets nowadays, wet markets have retained their relevance by guaranteeing freshness […]

Your itinerary guide in Singapore

Entrance to the Singapore Botanic Gardens

The best itinerary guide in Singapore The city of Singapore has more to offer than just the standard tourist attractions and Orchard Road shopping. For those willing to explore and experience, you will definitely see a different side to the city. Here are some guides to aid in making the most out of your stay […]

Your guide to Night Life in Singapore

The best guide to Night Life in Singapore In recent years, Singapore, to her credit, has been rejuvenated to become a city “that never sleeps”. The occasional pub or watering hole has given way to trendy all-night clubs and pubs, with distinctive precincts that cater to those looking to let loose. Better yet, the nightlife […]

Dining at Hawker Centres in Singapore

Dining at Hawker Centres in Singapore Hawker centres or kopitiams (coffeeshops) are uniquely Singaporean and found just about anywhere around the island. These places are open-air, so be prepared for a hot and noisy affair, considering that some house hundreds of hawker stalls and are thronged with locals. Meal standards do not differ much from place to […]

Clarke Quay & Riverside Guide

All you need to know about Clarke Quay & Riverside Clarke Quay brings in arguably the largest crowds on weekend evenings. Consisting of five restored warehouses, bars and restaurants now dominate the scene, perfect for bar-hopping under one plastic, jelly-looking roof. Visiting Clarke Quay on weekends, you’ll notice almost every inch of space along the […]

Boat Quay Guide

All you need to know about Boat Quay This portion of the riverside can stake its claim to be the most photographed area of Singapore. A row of carefully conserved shophouses fronts a backdrop of towering skyscrapers. Today, these shophouses have been converted to sports bars, pubs, seafood restaurants and other alfresco joints. Boat Quay […]

Robertson Quay Guide

All you need to know about Robertson Quay The quiet cousin of Clarke and Boat Quay, Robertson Quay is a laid back, tree-lined stretch perfect for those who simply want a break from the loud music and crowds. Compared to Clarke Quay, the greenery extends to even within alfresco areas, with lamps on tree branches […]

Dempsey Hill Guide

All you need to know about Dempsey Hill This former British Army Barracks in the colonial era has been rejuvenated and magnificently transformed into an enclave of bars and restaurants. Today, those observant enough can still make out the original parade square and the old Central Manpower Base Office. Before 1989, all 18-year-old males reported […]

Club Street & Far East Square Guide

All you need to know about Club Street & Far East Square Club Street, which links Cross Street with Ann Siang Hill is located within the Chinatown vicinity. This place is also known for its array of restaurants and nightclubs that occupy the rows of neatly conserved shop-houses along the street. The nightlife joints here […]

Esplanade Waterfront Guide

All you need to know about Esplanade Waterfront The Esplanade – Theatres On the Bay is Singapore’s premier performing arts venue. The unique architecture of the buildings resembling durians, a tropical fruit, is an attraction in itself. For an arts venue, the Esplanade has a surprisingly wide variety of dining opportunities. There is a palate […]