We love the cliff – for so many reasons. When we started dating in 2004, this was one of the first places we went to. Set in Sentosa within the The Sentosa Resort and Spa hotel, this gem is hidden away tucked within a vast amount of greenery and overlooking the South China Sea. Continue reading
In a funny turn of events, our neighbour A, which whom we are good friends with, happened to do a stop over in Singapore on his way to dive in Indonesia. He came to our wedding and so knew some of my cousins and we all decided to go out for dinner. One of my cousins is Muslim and so we went to Bali Thai – a fusion of Balinese-Thai food – halal too!. The restaurant is OK – nothing out of the ordinary – basically nothing that would blow your head off – I did like the starter and the dessert but the Thai Curry was not to my liking, too tame in my opinion. Here are some pictures I took; Continue reading
The better half had meetings all day an so I thought i would meet him in town for lunch. We ended up at Din Tai Fung – a specialty chinese restaurant that churns out little parcels of luscious pork dumplings. Here’s what the restaurant says;
Michelin star awarded and ranked as one of the world’s Top Ten Best Restaurants by The New York Times, Din Tai Fung has its roots dating back to Taiwan 40 years ago.
With its famous signature xiao long baos (steamed pork dumplings) and heart-warming steamed chicken soup, this authentic Taiwanese restaurant has been making waves with branches throughout the world, including Singapore, Thailand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, and USA.
Ive been here before so I knew what to expect – the better half loved it when he tried it, so I was really happy. Its really cheap for what it is as well – I would definitely recommend this restaurant to everyone visiting Singapore. Here’s some of the pictures I took: Continue reading
The giraffe legged sister recently got herself a lovely job over at the kind people of HP – and to give us a treat, she decided to bring us out to a buffet at the best hotel in Singapore (in my own opinion). It is where I wanted to get married at – but they didn’t have the ballroom available on that day I wanted. The gorgeous Raffles Hotel, with its colonial roots and hacienda style layout is a sight to behold – large open spaces and plenty of flowers everywhere. Its home to 103 rooms – of various sizes. In all its glory of 125 years, it has remained a legend in its own class and I would highly recommend coming here, even if its for a quick Singapore Sling in the Long Bar (where this drink was born) Upon entering, you are welcomed by Sikh doormen who usher guests through an ornate lobby that seems unaltered from the turn of the century – everything here seems old school but new in a strange way. Its like walking through time that’s been polished up a little. No trip to Singapore is complete without a visit to The Raffles Hotel. Continue reading
Right – I am back to normal with the timezones. Thursday was a write off – our sleeping patterns were all over the place, we didn’t know if it was Wednesday or weetabix! But I am back now, and ready to properly start my holiday!
Today we are going to meet up with some friends who used to rent our flat back in London – they have been posted back to Singapore now which is a shame as we got on famously! We have a reservation for 730pm at the Intercontinental Hotel’s Man Fu Yuan restaurant – Cantonese fine dining. I was uber excited! Continue reading