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Eatbook.sg – Your Singapore Food Guide

You are feeling hungry and not sure where to go. Wouldn’t it be good to delve into a food site to discover the latest food places whipping out delectable dishes at affordable prices? A brainchild of local cooks, Eatbook.sg is a brand new food site which curate and create the best food hunts in Singapore with videos and honest reviews. Continue reading “Eatbook.sg – Your Singapore Food Guide”

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Choosing Our Favourite Flavours from Emicakes this Christmas {Log Cakes Giveaway!}

Christmas is just around the corner and while everyone has their favourite ways of celebrating the occasion, what we can’t do without is to treat ourselves to the signature flavours of Christmas cakes from Emicakes. Continue reading “Choosing Our Favourite Flavours from Emicakes this Christmas {Log Cakes Giveaway!}”

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Emicakes: Celebrating the True Spirit of Christmas with You {Log Cakes Giveaway!}

There are no excuses not to celebrate festive occasions especially when it comes to Christmas. What better way to celebrate Christmas than indulging in sweet bites on beautifully crafted log cakes?

This year, Emicakes has pulled out all the stops to bring you a range of delightful selections which include D24 Cheer, Double Chocolate Oreo Cheesecake, Mini Rainbow Log Cake Sampler, Rainbow Cheese (Eggless!), Rainbow Choc (Eggless!) and Truffle Sparkle. That leaves us clueless which flavors to choose! Continue reading “Emicakes: Celebrating the True Spirit of Christmas with You {Log Cakes Giveaway!}”

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3D2N Ho Chi Minh City Travelogue – (Part 4): Day 2 @ Vincom Centre, Street Food Market, Chinatown Cholon, Saigon Square 3, Diamond Plaza and Book Street

Come day 2 and we woke up to the sight of slight drizzle in Ben Thanh. As you can see, the night market has disappeared and replaced by the scene of daily routine. Continue reading “3D2N Ho Chi Minh City Travelogue – (Part 4): Day 2 @ Vincom Centre, Street Food Market, Chinatown Cholon, Saigon Square 3, Diamond Plaza and Book Street”

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East Coast Road: 227 Katong Durian

It’s the peak season for durian again. If you are not aware, the typical season for durian feasting occurs between June to August. The supply of durians this year seem to be better than last year. Over in social media, we saw Kampung durians selling for as cheap as $2 each over in Chong Pang market. How I wish there is such a sale over in Katong! Well, it doesn’t make any economic sense to travel from the far east to the north just to taste the $2 durians. We will make do over here at 227 Katong Durian located at East Coast Road. Continue reading “East Coast Road: 227 Katong Durian”

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The Emicakes Story: Mother’s Day Special Design Cakes {Giveaway!}

Good news Additional 5% discount for YOU! If you are doing online purchase, the usual discount is 15% OFF but Katong Kids Inc’s readers who use coupon code

“KATONG KIDS INC”, they will be entitled to 20% OFF!

(Yes, there will be a field in both cart and checkout pages for the customer to indicate the coupon code.) Continue reading “The Emicakes Story: Mother’s Day Special Design Cakes {Giveaway!}”

Pulau Ubin

A Visit to Pulau Ubin

We made an impromptu trip to Pulau Ubin on a Sunday a couple of weeks ago. Pulau Ubin is an island off eastern Singapore and often considered the last ‘kampung’ (village) in Singapore. A stroll through Ubin takes you back to Singapore in the 1960’s with the simpler pleasures of life. The slow lane starts as soon as you join the queue for the bumboat at Changi. It was actually raining cats and dogs on that morning. When we arrived there, it was still drizzling. Continue reading “A Visit to Pulau Ubin”