Tempting foodies with its mixture of 台湾小吃, Taiwan’s night markets have won over fans. We have seen many Taiwanese franchise stores popping up in Singapore but we know very well nothing beats tasting the real deal in the home country. In this blog, we bring you the 10 street food you must check out in Taiwan! Continue reading “Taiwan Travelogue: 10 Street Foods You Must Try in Taiwan”
Nan Xiang chicken rice at Tanjong Katong Road would not be unfamiliar to many people. Many a time, I passed by Nan Xiang during the evenings and often saw crowds spilling outside the coffeeshop waiting for their turns to make orders. Continue reading “Tanjong Katong Road: Nan Xiang Chicken Rice”
Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique doesn’t fail to impress. This newly-opened gelato boutique seems to draw a constant stream of customers in the little space of 20 mins we were there. Perhaps it is due to its strategic location (right under the overhead bridge linking between The Red House and Roxy Square). Curious onlookers would step into the boutique and ended up purchasing their favourite gelatos. Continue reading “The Red House Katong: Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique”
Planning a trip to Taiwan and travelling with kids? There are many kids friendly activities you can do over in Taiwan. Here, we pick out 5 amusement parks that can make your family trips with little ones extra enjoyable. Continue reading “Taiwan Travelogue: 6 Kids-Friendly Amusement Parks in Your Itinerary”
2Six Café is pleased to announce the official opening of their outlet, conveniently located besides I12 Katong Mall, at Katong Square on 7 August 2016!
Why 2Six? Simply put, this is a café where two to six or even more persons can get together. The new 2Six Café unveils a no frills dining concept where diners can chill out and connect with each other. Continue reading “2Six Cafe @ Katong Square”
Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy’s latest National Day promotion would certainly strike a chord with food-lovers. The Wave Cafe is dishing out Singaporean delicacies at $5.10 per set as we celebrate Singapore’s 51st birthday.
That’s right, it’s just $5.10 and it’s limited from 5th to 9th August. Let’s take a look on the menu for each day. Customers may choose to top up additional $2.00 for a Popsicle and $1.50 for a canned Soft Drink or Coffee/Tea. All prices unless stated as nett are subject to service charge and prevailling government taxes. Continue reading “Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy: Wave Cafe $5.10 National Day Special!”