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Singapore at a glance

Visitors have the impression that this city state is small in size. While it is true, it does not capture the reality that there are as much things to do and places to see here compared with larger countries. 584 more words


Food Review: Ellenborough Market Café | Refreshed interior and Peranakan buffet at Swissotel Merchant Court Hotel

The Place After closing for a four months renovation works, Ellenborough Market Café has reopened lately to a fresh new look. For one, it has ditched the previous dated and slightly sleepy ambience for a bolder and contemporary look, while retaining bits of Peranakan heritage around corners. 373 more words


The Return of Ellenborough Market Cafe at Swissotel Merchant Court

Swissotel Merchant Court is a landmark located along the Singapore River, and its flagship buffet restaurant Ellenborough Market Cafe is famous for its Peranakan cuisine. The restaurant is now back after a hiatus to showcase its selection of Straits Chinese cuisine and international buffet spread, such as a Lamian station, roast beef, cincalok egg and signature durian pengat. 103 more words


Clarke Quay, Singapore: Life by the River That Never Sleeps

FROM BEING THE QUIET business park when the sun was still up, Clarke Quay begins to put on some make up, changes her mood as the sun goes down, while the Singapore River turns busy for another night of playing host to thousands of visitors. 857 more words


Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay Wedding Banquet Review

Another good choice of a centralised and affordable hotel banquet location! Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay offers 2 newly furnished ballrooms for choice which are away from the hotel’s crowds. 758 more words

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Hill City Cafe 山城, Paya Lebar Square: Ipoh Food Classics in a Cafe

Hill City Cafe 山城, which serves Ipoh food, has several branches, one at The Central at Clarke Quay, and the other at… 284 more words


[SG] Jekyll & Hyde, 49 Tras St

Following the series of cocktail reviews I have been doing lately, I made it a point to try a recommendation by friends. Jekyll & Hyde is minimalist bar and a hidden gem along Tras Street in the central business district. 495 more words

Foodie Vs Singapore