Category Archives: Singapore

A Rainy Day in Tiong Bahru

This is a good day. It’s my last day in Singapore, and I want to fit in one more new neighborhood before I head home. The trendy Tiong Bahru seems like an obvious choice, since I know a café there that

A Rainy Day in Tiong Bahru

This is a good day. It’s my last day in Singapore, and I want to fit in one more new neighborhood before I head home. The trendy Tiong Bahru seems like an obvious choice, since I know a café there that

Breakfast in Singapore

Breakfast in Singapore is a somewhat loose concept. Pretty much anything served in the morning can be called breakfast, and you shouldn’t expect weird looks even if you have a big bowl of noodles and prawns for your first meal.

Breakfast in Singapore

Breakfast in Singapore is a somewhat loose concept. Pretty much anything served in the morning can be called breakfast, and you shouldn’t expect weird looks even if you have a big bowl of noodles and prawns for your first meal.

Singapore’s Lively Little India

Singapore’s Little India is one of the most energetic and colorful of all the ethnic neighborhoods in this multicultural city-state. There are surprising new sights, sounds and scents on every corner, making sure visitors get at least a small piece of

Singapore’s Lively Little India

Singapore’s Little India is one of the most energetic and colorful of all the ethnic neighborhoods in this multicultural city-state. There are surprising new sights, sounds and scents on every corner, making sure visitors get at least a small piece of

Tropical Nights in Singapore

Those tropical nights in Singapore can be suffocatingly hot. For some reason the air seems even hotter and more humid after sunset, enveloping around your skin and squeezing until you sweat more than should be humanly possible. The air literally slaps

Tropical Nights in Singapore

Those tropical nights in Singapore can be suffocatingly hot. For some reason the air seems even hotter and more humid after sunset, enveloping around your skin and squeezing until you sweat more than should be humanly possible. The air literally slaps

Singapore’s Charming Chinatown

Singapore’s beautiful and charming Chinatown is one of my favorite spots in the entire city. I often hear people complaining about the “grey and dull” Singapore, where every last bit of history and authenticity has been bulldozed and replaced with

Singapore’s Charming Chinatown

Singapore’s beautiful and charming Chinatown is one of my favorite spots in the entire city. I often hear people complaining about the “grey and dull” Singapore, where every last bit of history and authenticity has been bulldozed and replaced with

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is one of Singapore’s biggest attractions, located in Chinatown. The temple was built to house a tooth of the historical Buddha. This tooth is on display on an upper floor of the temple, but it’s

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is one of Singapore’s biggest attractions, located in Chinatown. The temple was built to house a tooth of the historical Buddha. This tooth is on display on an upper floor of the temple, but it’s