Cafe, Coffee, Diary of a Foodster, Food

Ronin Cafe @ 17 Hong Kong Street

We discovered an interesting cafe today nearby Clark Quay. Located at 17 Hong Kong Street, you could easily miss this cafe by name of “Ronin” as it has no signboard. It is literally hidden at a corner of this quiet street. Continue reading “Ronin Cafe @ 17 Hong Kong Street”

Growing Up, iSnap - The Selfie Place, Kids Activities, Photography

Love to Take Selfie? Check out iSNAP “The Selfie Place”

Hi all, I have a great place of bonding and laughter to share with U!

Do you know there is a LARGEST selfie studio in Singapore called iSnap – The Selfie Place?

It provides you with a professional photography studio without burning a big hole in your pocket. Continue reading “Love to Take Selfie? Check out iSNAP “The Selfie Place””

Diary of a Foodster, Food, Growing Up, Kaohsiung, Kids Activities, Taiwan, The Icon Hotel Kaohsiung, Travel, Vacation

The Icon of Kaohsiung City – The Icon Hotel

高雄艾卡設計旅店 The Icon Hotel Kaohsiung is featured as one of the best boutique hotels in Taiwan with room rates starting from just SGD $71. Yeah, it’s true before you start to rub your eyes. Three words literally sums up this hotel  – Centralized, Convenience and Contemporary. Continue reading “The Icon of Kaohsiung City – The Icon Hotel”

Air Force Museum, Growing Up, Kids Activities

Safeguarding Our Skies, Defending Our Future






The Air Force Museum was first established at Changi Air Base on 1 Sep 1988. It later moved to its current location next to Paya Lebar Air Base, and was declared open by then CDF, LG Lim Chuan Poh, on 22 March 2001. Twenty-seven years later after it was first launched, the indoor gallery of the Air Force Museum was revamped. Continue reading “Safeguarding Our Skies, Defending Our Future”

Food, Growing Up, Kids Activities, Sentosa, Travel

Don’t Miss These Fun-Filled Family Activities at Sentosa this Christmas!

Get ready for a bright Christmas at Sentosa this December holiday! The State of Fun is hosting a huge variety of activities throughout the festive period. Activities to keep not just the kids, but the whole family, entertained. Continue reading “Don’t Miss These Fun-Filled Family Activities at Sentosa this Christmas!”

Coffee, Diary of a Foodster, Food, Growing Up, Hotel, Kids Activities, Sponsored Review, Taipei, Taiwan, Travel, Vacation, Via Hotel

There’s just something about Via Hotel Ximen @ Taipei

Nestled in the heart of 西門町 Ximending, the ‘Harajuku and Shibuya of Taipei”, is a rather unassuming boutique hotel that has much to offer her guests. Every traveller will know it is a big-must to visit 西門町 Ximending if you are travelling to Taipei. It is the source of Taiwan’s fashion, subculture, and Japanese culture. On top of it, it is also the most important consumer district in the Western District of Taipei.

Our family adventure took place over the school holidays, where our whole family was hosted by Via Hotel Ximen. We were totally blessed throughout the stay. We had such a wonderful time in 西門町 Ximending and Via Hotel Ximen played a big part in making our stay so memorable that Big and Small M keep singing praises of it till today.

Continue reading “There’s just something about Via Hotel Ximen @ Taipei”

Growing Up, Kids Activities, KidZania Singapore, Travel

KidZania Singapore will officially open its door in April 2016

Mark your calendar. Get ready for a better world. Yes, it’s confirmed! Since my last blog post on KidZania Singapore, it has announced it will officially open its City doors to welcome local and international guests in April 2016. Continue reading “KidZania Singapore will officially open its door in April 2016”

East Coast Park, Growing Up, Katong, Kids Activities, Review, Travel

Imagination Playground @ Big Splash – Kaboodle Kids

Do you know there is an “imagination playground” over at Big Splash where children can play freely and let their imagination run wild?

Kaboodle Kids is a venue where it encourages playfulness, thoughtfulness and even silliness to help physical, emotional, social and cognitive growth. Yup, there are no rules nor right or wrong. Every kid can be their own master of creativity. Foam blocks in different shapes and sizes can be used to make anything you can possibly think of.

Let’s go and check it out. Continue reading “Imagination Playground @ Big Splash – Kaboodle Kids”