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SG Bak Kwa Fries Trending now

Kim Tee (金池) Bak Kwa Fries

Kim Tee, a Traditional bak kwa maker with over 40 years of history,  recently created their own Bak Kwa Fries.

Using their signature recipe, they reinvent ba kwa that are also made thicker and juicier into fries form. 


Frozen Packaging

If you wish to keep the Bak Kwa Fries till CNY period, Kim Tee is also selling them in frozen packaging to retain the freshness so that you can cook them at your own time and convenience.

It is available at $12 for 250g pack.



It is only available at their outlets in Serangoon Garden and Chinatown, while stocks last.

40-year-old traditional recipe

Kim Tee’s bak kwa isn’t just for looks too, their recipe has been passed down for decades and till today, they are still reproducing this exclusive flavour of freshly made bak kwa using charcoal ovens and stoves.

Their bak kwa products are also 100% handmade and contain no preservatives, meat tenderisers or artificial colouring.

Can try hor.

You can find Kim Tee shops at these locations in Singapore:

  • Kim Tee@ Serangoon Garden
    22 Maju Avenue (Flagship store)
  • Kim Tee@ Chinatown
    22 Sago Street
  • New Eastern Kim Tee @ Toa Payoh
    210 Toa Payoh Lorong 8 #01-69
  • New Eastern Kim Tee @ Old Airport Road
    51 Old Airport Road #01-112
  • New Eastern Kim Tee @ Potong Pasir
    147 Potong Pasir Avenue 1 #01-85

Don’t forget that the fries products are only available at Serangoon Garden and Chinatown outlets.

SG Dream Cruises offering 2-Night Cruise from S per pax with FREE Balcony Upgrade till Jan 31

SG Dream Cruises offering 2-Night Cruise from S$99 per pax with FREE Balcony Upgrade till Jan 31

Going on a cruise to nowhere just might be the best way to satisfy your wanderlust during this ongoing pandemic, especially now with the latest Dream Cruises festive sale.

Dream Cruises CNY Festive Sale

Available for booking from 19 – 31 January this month, customers will be able to book 2 – 3 night escape onboard the World Dream from prices as low as $99 per person.

Free Balcony Upgrade Perk

What’s more, they are even including a free upgrade to Balcony Stateroom.

Things to do on World Dream

Tons of activities onboard the World Dream include a wide variety of dining options including enjoying hotpot on an outdoor deck.

Thrill seekers can head to the Waterslide Park and speed down slippery slides that tower high above the ocean.

Or immerse yourself in Virtual Reality (VR) rollercoaster rides at the Esc Experience Lab.

Relax and pamper your on the seas with spa facilities including the largest ocean-going reflexology spa on World Dream.

You can even shop from of the world’s top luxury brands and designer goods at sea.

Still worried about COVID-19? Health and safety of the guests and crew is their utmost priority. They even made a video highlighting the safety measurements onboard the cruise ship.

COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test

Do note, however, all guests will be subjected to a mandatory COVID-19 test before embarking on World Dream. The test is arranged by Dream Cruises and is free of charge for all guests.

In view of the global uncertainties, guests will also be able to cancel their bookings at least 48 hours prior to sailing and receive 100% future cruise credit that will be valid till 30 September this year.

Customers can also contact Dream Cruises at 6808 2288 or email [email protected] for more information.

Use your  SingapoRediscovers Vouchers in Fullerton Hotel staycation and enjoy up to 50% off with S0 dining credit & free breakfast for 2

Use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers in Fullerton Hotel staycation and enjoy up to 50% off with S$120 dining credit & free breakfast for 2

Up to 50% off Fullerton Hotel staycation

The Fullerton Hotel has an exclusive deal on Klook with close to 50 per cent discount on a one-night staycation.

Spending a night at their Premier Courtyard Room or Heritage Room starts from S$368 (U.P. S$700).

Premier Courtyard Room
Heritage room


Package comes with free breakfast for two as well as S$120 F&B dining credit per room per stay.

The dining credit can be spent on all except the following promotions:

    • Afternoon tea at The Courtyard and The Landing Point
    • Jade Dim Sum Lunch on weekends
    • Jade Set Lunch Menu and Jade Chinese New Year Menu
    • All special festive menus

Adding on to the dining credit, you can enjoy 15 per cent discount off Spa Treatment & Massage, as well as complimentary parking for one vehicle.

You can use your S$100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on this staycation.

That means the final price of this staycation package at the Fullerton Hotel could possibly be reduced to S$268.

Use the promo code: REDISCOVERSG to enjoy  additional 10% off. Only for new Klook user.
Visit the link here to enjoy the discount!
Japan Super Nintendo World opens on February 4th 2021 with AR Mario Kart rollercoaster

Japan Super Nintendo World opens on February 4th 2021 with AR Mario Kart rollercoaster

Universal Studios Japan in Osaka has announced the opening for it’s long-awaited Nintendo-themed area on February 4th, 2021.

That’s actually a little earlier than expected — last month Nintendo said that the project would open in spring. A themed cafe and merchandise store have already opened in the larger Universal Studios Japan park.

The flagship attractions, the Mario Kart-themed rollercoaster is housed inside a reconstructed Bowser’s castle and makes use of AR and projection mapping technology, with riders donning AR headsets shaped like Mario’s cap:


The new park is set to be further expanded with a Donkey Kong-themed area:

The cars do have steering wheels, and you can race alongside each other, but seems like the ride itself is on rails. There’s also an element of throwing power-ups from item boxes, and the experience will be different each time you ride, according to USJ.

The park says it’s working with health administration officials to ensure a safe environment for visitors and staff, and is currently operating at 50-percent capacity. COVID-19 cases have been rising in Osaka recently, with a record count of 490 positive tests reached on one day last week. Japan has largely avoided strict lockdown measures to date, however, relying on contact tracing and near-universal mask-wearing to mitigate the pandemic’s impact.

Let’s hope we can do there soon.
SingapoRediscovers Vouchers: What To Do With Your 0 Including Hotels, Attractions & Tours!

SingapoRediscovers Vouchers: What To Do With Your $100 Including Hotels, Attractions & Tours!

It’s time to become a tourist at your own country and start asking direction from tourist. On 16 September, every Singaporean can look forward to $100 worth of SingapoRediscovers Vouchers come 1 December 2020!

These vouchers can be used at 178 hotels, 91 local tours and 39 attractions.

Here’s some ideas on how you can spend it.

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You can use your $100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on staycations, attractions, and tours that are approved by the Singapore Tourism Board.
Plus, use the promo code: REDISCOVERSG to enjoy 10% off Klook activities in Singapore. Only for new user. (Just use another email and register as new user la)

Who will get the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

All Singapore citizens 18 years old and above as of 2020 will each get $100 of these digital vouchers, which can be used for hotelsattractions, and tours. Those who qualify can start to redeem through an authorised booking partner like Klook, and more with the use of SingPass starting 1 December 2020 till 30 June 2021.
Those under 18 will unfortunately not receive the $100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers. But the good news is, if you have at least one family member below 18 years old, you will be eligible to enjoy $10 subsidy for up to six child/youth tickets.

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Children and youth will enjoy $10 off at attractions and tours as part of the SingapoRediscover Vouchers scheme.

How to redeem your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers Online with Klook

You can use your $100 digital vouchers in full or in denominations of $10 to book hotels, attractions, and tours approved by the STB. There are more than 200 merchants where you can use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers at. Scroll down to find out who they are!
Redeem your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on Klook with the following steps:
  • Step 1: Have your SingPass ready
  • Step 2: Browse for your favourite activities on Klook. Eligible activities are marked with the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers icon
  • Step 3: Add the activity you want to the shopping cart
  • Step 4: When you are ready to pay, click on ‘Use SingapoRediscovers Vouchers’ at the checkout page
  • Step 5: Login using SingPass to choose the amount of SingapoRediscovers Vouchers you want to redeem
  • Step 6: Declare details of family member(s) aged below 18 to receive $10 subsidies for up to six child/youth tickets (if you are purchasing child/youth tickets)
  • Step 7: Copy the generated SingapoRediscovers Voucher code and paste it on the checkout page
  • Step 8: Complete the checkout process within 10 minutes and enjoy your SingapoRediscovers experience

Physically at Counters Islandwide 

A total of 69 physical counters will be set up islandwide for those who require assistance in redeeming their SingapoRediscovers Vouchers. There will be at least one redemption point in each public housing town, including at some 40 Community Centres (CCs).
Klook will also be setting up physical booths at 16 CCs islandwide in partnership with UOB Travel Planners. Cash payment will also be made available for bookings made at these physical locations.
The 16 CCs are Bukit Batok CC, Bukit Panjang CC, Changi Simei CC, Choa Chu Kang CC, Gek Poh Ville CC, Kaki Bukit CC, Kim Seng CC, Pasir Ris East CC, Rivervale CC, Tampines East CC, Tampines West CC, Tiong Bahru CC, Toa Payoh West CC, Ulu Pandan CC, Whampoa CC, and Zhenghua CC.

Hotels you can use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers for

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Who is in for a well-deserved staycation, with dining benefits and even unique workshops?
From – boutique hotels to glam your ‘gram, kids facilities to keep the family entertained, a luxurious bathtub or amazing pool to soak your worries away, or even one that comes packaged with amazing food options and bespoke workshops.

You will be able to redeem your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers at over 170 hotels across the island.

The SingapoRediscovers vouchers cannot be combined with another individual to purchase a product.

This means that we can’t combine our vouchers with our family members and book a CRAZY $1,000 stay at a Presidential Suite…

There are still various affordable options for a quick escape from the 2020 madness.


Warehouse Hotel

(Updated list of hotels as of Dec 2020. More updates to come!)

Attractions you can use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers for

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We’ve got the Top Attraction Checklist for you to make weekend and even holiday plans right now. After buffet, feeling guilty and wanna bungee jump? We got your cover with AJ Hackett right at Sentosa. You also don’t have to fly to Tokyo to visit a teamLAB exhibition when we’ve got one at the ArtScience Museum in the heart of Marina Bay.
You can look forward to redeeming your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on Klook for the following attractions:


(List of attractions accurate as of 17 November 2020. More updates to come!)

Tours you can use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers for

SG Pulau Ubin Pulau Ubin & Kelong Private Boat Tour
Relive those Sec School Excursion by going on a tour and having a professional guide share fresh insights. From riding around the heritage lanes of Haji Lane in a Vespa Sidecar to exploring the waters around Pulau Ubin in your own private boat, some of these new local tours will certainly surprise you on what we thought we already knew of the Singapore we call home!
You’ll be able to redeem your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on Klook for these unique tours that we bet you’ll love:

Singapore Vespa Sidecar Heritage Tours

(List of tours accurate as of 17 November 2020. More updates to come!)

Exclusive Hotel promotion

Get a free $50 Klook Voucher for your next hotel booking when you use at least $50 of your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on a hotel stay on Klook!

Heres a cheat sheet to plan your leave around major holidays in Singapore 2021 to get super long weekend!


FAQs on SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

  • Who will get the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers?
All Singapore Citizens aged 18 and above only. 
  • How much SingapoRediscovers Vouchers will I get?
All eligible Singaporeans will receive $100 worth in $10 denominations.
  • How will I get these SingapoRediscovers Vouchers? Is it a physical voucher?
You can redeem your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers through an authorised booking partner like Klook, with the use of SingPass.
  • I don’t have a SingPass account. Do I still get the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers?
All Singaporeans are encouraged to sign up for a SingPass account to redeem their SingapoRediscovers Vouchers. You can sign up here.
  • When can I start using these SingapoRediscovers Vouchers?
You can start using them starting from 1 December 2020 once they are issued. The vouchers are valid till 30 June 2021 to cover the school holidays. 
  • Where can I use these SingapoRediscovers Vouchers at?
They can be used on Klook to book hotels, attractions, and tours from hundreds of eligible merchants.
  • What about my kids? Will they get SingapoRediscovers Vouchers too?
Those under 18 will not receive the $100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers. Fret not. Those with at least one family member below 18 years old will be eligible to enjoy $10 subsidy for up to six child/youth tickets.
  • Does this mean I have to use my own SingapoRediscovers Vouchers to buy tickets for my kids?
This additional $10 subsidy for child/youth tickets is on top of the $100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers that will be issued to you. 
  • Can I use all $100 at the same place? 
Yes, you can use the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers in denominations of $10, up to $100 per transaction.
  • Can I use them on Klook?
Yes, you may use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on Klook to book any of the eligible activities.
  • Can I combine my SingapoRediscovers Vouchers with others to make a purchase?
The SingapoRediscovers Vouchers cannot be stacked or combined with the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers of another individual to buy the same product.


Klook Promo Codes 2020 to use with your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

Klook Promo Codes 2020 to use with your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

Start planning your preferred dates to visit various attraction around Singapore before the rush on 1st Dec 2020 when everyone else starts to use their SingapoRediscovers Vouchers. Here’s a list of promo codes to make those free money work harder.

10% off All Experiences in Singapore

Code: REDISCOVERSG | Min spend $50 | New Klook users only


8% off All Experiences in Singapore

Code: KLKEXPLORER | Min spend $50 | Existing Klook User only


12% off Local quick bites

Code: 12MAKAN | cap at $10, min spend $5 | Valid for 1 time use


10% off Local quick bites

Code: LOCALMAKAN | cap at $30, min spend $20 | Valid for 1 time use

Changi Jewel has 16-metre Christmas Tree, Magical Snowfall & Xmas Pikachu Plushies from Nov 19

Changi Jewel has 16-metre Christmas Tree, Magical Snowfall & Xmas Pikachu Plushies from Nov 19

Get yer Jingle move on to Jewel Changi Airport this holiday season and enjoy exclusive promotions and activities.

Giant Christmas Tree

Head over to Shiseido Forest Valley where the Rain Vortex is located and be greeted by an enormous 16-meter tall Christmas tree and magical snowfall available daily starting from 6.30pm till 10.30pm every hour.



Spend to enter

Do note, however, you will need to spend at Jewel Changi Airport to enter the Shisheido Forest Valley during this promotion period. Every $30 nett spend admits 2 persons on the same day. Admission is free for children below the age of 3. So time to train your kid their sense of direction.

Xmas-themed Pokemon Keychain & Plushies

Besides marvelling at the Christmas decorations at Jewel Changi Airport, shoppers can also redeem Pokemon plush toys with minimum spend S$60 at any participating outlet or S$120 at the supermarket.

There’s also a special Pikachu Christmas Plush to collect.






Take note that the minimum spending must be made in a single receipt on the same day to qualify for the redemption. Shoppers must present their receipts at B1 redemption booths outside ZARA or UNIQLO from 11am to 10pm daily.

Zipline Into Godzilla’s Mouth in Japan latest tourist Attraction

Zipline Into Godzilla’s Mouth in Japan latest tourist Attraction

A life-sized Godzilla attraction will open this weekend at the Nijigen no More amusement park on Japan’s Awaji Island.

What makes the 390-foot-long attraction so unique isn’t that it’s just a one-to-one scale Godzilla head, but visitors can zipline into the kaiju’s mouth.


“As far as we know, this is the only life-size Godzilla statue ever built,” a spokesperson for Pasona Group, the recruitment company operating the theme park, told The BBC. “We would like Godzilla fans, including those abroad, to come and appreciate the massiveness of the monster they only know of through movie screens.”

This Godzilla is 75 feet tall, 82 feet wide and about 180 feet long, according to The Japan Times.

Visitors will be able to view figurines and dioramas in a Godzilla museum, located near the attraction. The museum will also offer themed food like a “Godzilla curry,” made using the signature onions of Awaji Island, and a Godzilla ice cream puff with strawberries.

The attraction was scheduled to open during the summer but the opening was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Admission Ticket Naruto Theme Park in Awaji-shima

The park also has four main attractions—each requiring different admission tickets. There is a park dedicated to the Naruto franchise called Naruto and Boruto Shinobi-zato, Crayon Shin-chan Adventure Park (geared towards kids), a nighttime multimedia experience called Fire bird, and a Godzilla-themed attraction called Operation Godzilla Intercept.

Entrance to the park is about $36 for those aged 12 and older (¥3,800), $20 for children aged five to 11 (¥2,200), and free for children younger than four.

Top 10 Hidden Restaurant in SG even your hipster friend don’t know 2020

Top 10 Hidden Restaurant in SG that make your hipster friend go “sia la” 2020

Escape the crowds, make your hipster friend go “Sia la” or a unique first date? Here’s Singapore’s coolest hidden restaurants, from an izakaya concealed behind a nondescript wall in a faded mall, to an innovative contemporary western restaurant in a residential neighbourhood, you never know they exist until now!

1.The Dragon Chamber: Secret Restaurant Hidden Behind A Kopitiam Fridge At Boat Quay

The Dragon Chamber - Fridge

With an entrance masked as a fridge door at a wanton mee stall, The Dragon Chamber is a new restaurant for (secret) gatherings. It is formerly housed in Plaza Singapura, has relocated to the back of a coffee shop along Circular Road. 

The Dragon Chamber - Interior (Copy)

Enter The Dragon Chamber (for cocktails and grub) - SPIRITED/SG

This 45-seater chinese restaurant is armed with a menu full of exotic meats such as braised crocodile feet and roasted pig’s tail. The coffee shop front, also managed by the group behind The Dragon Chamber, doubles as a wanton mee stall in the morning and a bar at night.

The Dragon Chamber: Secret Restaurant Hidden Behind A Kopitiam Fridge At Boat Quay - - New Singapore Restaurant and Street Food Ideas & Recommendations

Address: 2 Circular Rd, Singapore 049358 | Email: [email protected]  

Website: Dragon Chamber




During the day, Hua Bee is like a regular Kopitiam that serves traditional kaya toasts and their famous mee pok noodles. But by night, the 70-year-old coffee shop transform to Bincho, a modern Japanese yakitori joint. This  unique hide out is only accessible after 6pm by the backdoor where diners are invited to an industrial-styled chamber of copper and dim lights. The open yakitori bar is manned by chef Asai Masashi who offers some unique takes on grills such as chicken breast with raclette cheese and chicken wings stuffed with mentaiko.

A quick tip: head to the carpark at the back of the coffee shop, the door to Bincho is surrounded by aircon vents.

Bincho by Loh Lik Peng - INDESIGNLIVE SINGAPORE | Daily Connection to Architecture and Design


3. Flying Squirrel

Flying Squirrel | Singapore Restaurants - Lonely Planet

Blink and you may miss The Flying Squirrel.

Look out for TFS signboard when you’re walking along Amoy Street. You may simply miss the entrance which is in the left fork.

The hip sushi joint with a concrete-meets-brick interior has its entrance tucked away in a narrow alley off Amoy Street. The half-a-shophouse space is narrow but cosy. Reservations certainly required as they only sit about 30 diners max. The bar seats didn’t look that comfortable and I saw no place for precious bags to be placed. The good thing is that you’d get to see your sushi being prepared behind the counter. 

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Savour Japanese fusion food here, especially its chirashi dons (sashimi rice bowls).

Nearest MRT station: Telok Ayer

Address: 92 Amoy Street #01-02, Singapore

Contact: [email protected] +65 6226 2203

Website: The Flying Squirrel


4. Burger Joint

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Originated from  New York, this Burger Joint operates with an unassuming front, with the front entrance located in the back alley  of a shophouse in Amoy Street. The cult burger restaurant  can only be identified by a neon sign and a small ‘Welcome’ sticker stuck on the heavy bunker doors.

15 Best Burgers In Singapore So Good, You Won't Stop At Just BunPush pass the doors and thick velvet curtains will reveal a relatively well-lit restaurant with graffiti scattered all over the walls.

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There are several cheeseburgers to pick from the menu (scribbled down on cardboard). Go for the ‘full works’ — lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, mustard, and ketchup — with your burger. The bar here is stocked with 18 craft beers and a great selection of whiskey and bourbon. Their milkshakes is pretty good too. Gym tomorrow la.

Nearest MRT station: Telok Ayer

Address: 115 Amoy St, #01-03, Singapore 069935

Contact: 6221 8648

Website: Burger Joint


5. Kabuke

Restaurant Review: Drop By Kabuke, The Newest Sake Gastrobar In Town - Weekender.Com.Sg

Climb up a narrow flight of stairs in a heritage shophouse along Telok Ayer Street, this Japanese gastrobar is well known from the working crowd around.

Drawing inspiration from the classical Japanese performance of kabuki, each dish is matched with the bar’s range of Sake pours to create a memorable dining experience. Guests can also design their own sake flight ($24) – which consists of a selection of three sake pours to your choosing.

Kabuke Salmon Bruschetta

The food is delicious with lots of premium sake choices. For those who want to get into sake, this is the place to be.

Nearest MRT station: Telok Ayer

Address: 200A Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068638

Contact: ​8822 5525 [email protected]

Website: Kabuke

6.Woody Family Cafe, Sembawang

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Woody Family Cafe is a well-hidden secret among those who don’t stay on the edge of the island. Tucked in a residential area near Sembawang Park, every last inch of the family-owned and -operated eatery is decked out with eye-catching decor and vintage paraphernalia.

Woody Family Cafe: For An Escape Moment and A Dose of Nostalgia | TheBestSingapore

Woody has an extensive menu offering authentic Peranakan fare, mod-fusion desserts like ondeh ondeh cakes, and everything else both local and Western in between. You can definitely find something for everyone’s taste bud.

Nearest MRT station: Canberra MRT Station

Address: 12F Andrews Ave, Singapore 759930

Contact: ​[email protected]

Website: Woody Family Cafe

7. The coconut Club

PinkyPiggu: The Coconut Club @ Ann Siang Hill ~ Atas $12.80 Nasi Lemak That's Totally Worth The Money & Calories!

Coconut Club  specialize in one thing: nasi lemak, a platter of fluffy coconut rice topped with a fried egg, fried chicken, and a heaping portion of fried peanuts and anchovies. Using special type of rice and a unique strain of coconuts that they milk in-house, the have level up this common dish into something Oh la la.

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The restaurant feels a little old-timey in a cool way, like a grandpa at a craps table, and is walk-in only, so try not to go with too many people or just split your group into teams.

Food Review: The Coconut Club at Ann Siang Hill | Would you pay S$12.80 for Nasi Lemak? – The Ranting Panda

Nearest MRT station: Telok Ayer MRT Station

Address: 28 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069708

Contact: ​6635 2999 | [email protected]

Website: The Coconut Club

7. The Wildseed Cafe & Bar

The Summerhouse and Wildseed Cafe

Wildseed Cafe and Bar, a hidden surprise located within a colonial-style heritage houses at Seletar Aerospace Park, is one place that is hard to assess if you are not driving. The area is scenic and spacious, with a few other restaurants within the area.

Wildseed Cafe: Nice Outdoor Lunch in Seletar Aerospace Park | Review

Wildseed Cafe & Bar itself sits in the same building as the SummerHouse, with The Summerhouse located on the upper floor of this charming bungalow. Wildseed Cafe & Bar is both a brunch spot and a laid-back patisserie that serves coffee and cakes. It turns into a bistro bar in the evenings, offering garden-inspired cocktails and meats fresh off the grill.


Nearest MRT station: Drive or GoJek Bro, no Mrt around.

Address: Level 1, 3 Park Lane, Seletar Aerospace Dr, Park, 798387

Contact: 8126 7524 | [email protected]

Website: Wild Seed Cafe

8. Hush20

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Hush20 is a pop-up restaurants that is set in a shophouse on Bukit Pasoh Road, taking up the back half of another restaurant bar (which shall remain unnamed, you go see la?).

Presenting a new menu each month that’ll run for just 20 days straight with the capacity to seat 20 people a night, this intimate restaurant is good to bring your date for a romantic evening.

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Nearest MRT station: Outram Park Mrt

Address: 14 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Duxton Park Entrance, Singapore 089828

Contact: WA +65 8127 2728

Website: Hush20


9. The Coastal Settlement 

Coastal Settlement - a restaurant like no other in Singapore | The Ordinary  Patrons

The Coastal Settlement

Hidden in the outskirts of Changi is The Coastal Settlement.

The Coastal Settlement Interior

To describe this place as eclectic would be an understatement. Quirky might be more accurate – but in a nice way.

At this cosy little spot, you’ll find tonnes of vintage knick-knacks and quirky decor on display. Food-wise, expect honest comfort food, including burgers and pizzas, as well as local favourites like curry chicken and nasi lemak.

Nearest MRT station: Gojek Bro, no Mrt around

Address: 200 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508529

Contact: 6475 0200 | [email protected]

Website: The Coastal Settlement


10. Tamarind Hill

Thai & Shan Cuisine | A Gastronomic Escape Away From The City | Tamarind  Hill Singapore

Located at the peak of Labrador Nature Reserve, Tamarind Hill Singapore has been around for a long time dishing out authentic Thai food. Part of the Samadhi Retreats group, Tamarind Hill is the only restaurant in Singapore, with another four restaurants in Kuala Lumpur.

Thai & Shan Cuisine | A Gastronomic Escape Away From The City | Tamarind  Hill Singapore

This fine dining Thai restaurant serves up authentic Thai cuisine with choices even for vegetarians. It is divided into sections – appetizers, salads, soups, curries, seafood and crustacean, poultry, meat and game, beef and lamb, vegetables, rice, vegetarian menu and dessert.  Take note, spray some insect repellent since the area is prone to mosquitoes. 

Nearest MRT station: Labrador Park Mrt

Address: 30 Labrador Villa Rd, Singapore 119189

Contact: 6278 6364 | [email protected]

Website: Tamarind Hill

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2020 Best Playground in SG, Admiralty Park Playground: 26 Slides for Kids of all Ages

Admiralty park playground

Admiralty Park Playground is a fantastic free playground for big and small kids alike. With a flying fox, nets to climb and 26 different slides, it’s a big hit!

Admiralty Park Playground is situated within the urban park section of Admiralty Park beside Republic Polytechnic, a 15-minute walk away from Woodlands MRT.

It caters to different age groups with exciting play equipment that makes use of the park’s slopes and hillocks.

An unmissable feature of Admiralty Park Playground is its slides. In fact, there are 26 (yes, 26!) slides at the children’s playground, making it the park with the most number of slides in Singapore.

Junior Play – Family Bonding Through Play

Junior Play at Admiralty Park Playground

The first children’s play area, Junior Play is located closest to the junction of Woodlands Avenue 5 and Riverside Road. It is best suited for younger children between two to five years old, plenty to tired your kids out.

Admiralty Park Playground's Junior Play Area

Multiple slides run down the slopes of two facing hillocks. Enclosed, green tube slides lead down from the highest point of the hill to an intermediate terrace where metallic open slides take over to bring kids down to the base of the slope.

Cargo nets strung between bright blue tubes provide a fun way for kids to make their way back to the top and do it all over again.

Alternatively, kids can hike up the slopes with the help of a series of footholds and climbing poles embedded into the slopes.

Junior Play area, Admiralty Park Playground

In between the two hillocks at the Junior Play Area is a low mound with a sand play area. Tube tunnels burrow underneath while brown-and-beige poles pop-up from the mound like the roots of a mangrove tree.

Family Slide

A highlight at the Junior Play area is Singapore’s first family slide. It is designed to be wide enough to accommodate up to a family of four sliding down together its gentle gradient at the same time.

Inclusive Playground

You can also find an Inclusive Playground at the Junior Play area with a swing for wheelchair users and inclusive merry-go-round.

Family Terracing Play Area

Family Terracing Play

Older children, between five to 12 years old, have plenty to be excited about with some more exciting rides in Admiralty Park Playground’s Family Terracing Play area.

Double barrel slides

A highlight here is a pair of long, metallic tube slides that start from the top tier of the terraced slopes.

This Double Barrel Slides provide tons of gravity-driven fun. It is approximately 23 metres long and 9 metres tall. This makes it the longest and tallest tube slide in a public park in Singapore.

Kids will have awesome fun going head-to-head racing each other to the bottom on these side-by-side slides.

Climbing up the terraces

Waterfall Climber

The Waterfall Climber consists of red-and-yellow cargo nets stretched across a wavy blue frame appended to the hillside. Here, kids can practise their climbing skills as they scale these nets up the hillock.

Suspension Bridge at Admiralty Park Playground

Bright yellow suspension bridges connect these two sections of the Family Terracing Play area at Admiralty Park Playground.

Adventure Play

Adventure Play, Admiralty Park Playground

The Adventure Play section of Admiralty Park Playground consists of two sets of roller slides. Designed for mixed age group play, there is a 32-metre long High Adventure Roller Slide with LED lights and a Curved Roller Slide.

Curved roller slide at Admiralty Park Playground

At 34 metres long with gentle curves, the Curved Roller Slide is the longest outdoor slide in a public park.

Admiralty Park children’s playground also has two sets of swings with a mangrove-motif frame.

Expression swing

Among these is an Expression Swing at the Junior Play area. It is first in Singapore that allows parents and toddlers to experience the swinging sensation together. It consists of a bucket seat and regular seat on the same swing – so that parents can see their kids’ “expressions”!