Tuesday, December 15, 2020
Here are 20 cafes in the far west of Singapore that you probably have never heard of. And we mean the extreme west, like Pioneer to Dover so cafes in Holland Village and Bukit Timah are not covered in this listicle. The independent cafes featured are not part of any chains and are not located in shopping malls. If you're planning a cafe-hopping trip to the west side, our little list might be of help!
Sunday, December 13, 2020
When Singaporeans head to Seoul, they usually consider visiting Busan or/and Jeju as well. I've been to Korea multiple times and this was my first time in Busan. My family took a train from Seoul to this popular tourist destination that's best known for Haeundae Beach and Jagalchi Market. For our accommodation, we chose Arban Hotel which is centrally located. It's surrounded by shops and convenience stores, so that's a bonus.
Thursday, December 10, 2020
on level 33(of course) of MBFC, LeVeL 33 is the world's highest
microbrewery. Setting up of this place was a real tough job because the
giant tanks required for the brewing of the beer couldn't fit into the
elevators. Imagine the amount of work needed to lift numerous tanks up
by cranes to the 33rd floor! Talk about dedication! Apart from brewing
their own beer, the brewery does pretty solid food, and might possibly
be best known for its spectacular view of the Marina bay area, where
crowds most often gather for fireworks display come New Year's Eve or
National Day. LeVeL33 is also known for their value-for-money Executive Set Lunch which runs from Monday to Friday.