Any local will tell you Singapore is all about the street food (and they’re likely to have an opinion on where the best street food can be found). I’ve already devoted a post to my experience of the street food in Singapore but I also wanted to cover the other places I ate. There comes
Singapore had always been a stopover for me and never the actual destination until my recent holiday there. Maybe I had put off a trip because of Singapore’s reputation for being at times boring but happily the Singapore I uncovered during a four day holiday there with Meat-and-Three Veg was anything but staid. Admittedly it
I don’t see much point in travelling to a new country and then staying in a big chain hotel that could be anywhere in the world. A great holiday can often come down to staying at a small, independent hotel which gives you a taste of life in the country before you even set food
I spent most of my time in Singapore eating cheaply at the excellent hawker markets (more to come on those in another post). But Meat-and-Three-Veg and me decided to splash out for one budget breaking meal. After a little bit of research I settled on Restaurant André which was just ranked 38th in the 50
Why doesn’t every hotel have an unlimited lollie, snack and ice-cream bar? It’s a question I found myself asking after staying at the Naumi Liora hotel right in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown. It was so nice to come back to this beautiful boutique hotel after sightseeing and get a snack or decent coffee.
Sometimes the last day of a holiday can be a bit of a drag. I often start remembering the big pile of things to do that will have mounted up back at work and that holiday feeling all too quickly evaporates even before you’ve hopped on the plane home.