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2017-05-20 16:40
Bedsheets! Sound like a small thing right? No it isn’t. Firstly it actually cost a bomb. You are talking about 2 sets of bedsheets at least, and they can cost as much as $200~300… Read More
Renovation 101: Flooring
2017-05-16 13:23
The first big decision you have to make when starting renovation will be the flooring. Especially if you’ve not opt in for the HDB tiles. Below is a list of flooring options that we&rs&hell…Read More
2017-05-14 12:12
You can’t disagree that furnishing is the best part of a new home. It’s like playing Sims, except you can’t use cheat for unlimited money and you don’t have the luxur… Read More
2017-05-13 12:36
Night market is a must no matter where you go in Thailand. It’s inherently a part of the culture in Thailand and is what most tourist look forward to when visiting Thailand. While Huah… Read More
2017-05-10 16:01
Huahin railway station tend to pop up from time to time as you are doing research on your trip to Huahin. While it’s truly an iconic landmark,  it’s not one that r… Read More
2017-03-22 15:02
Disclaimer: If you haven’t already read our first post about Ikkousha – check it out here. It’s been quite a while since we last visited Ikkousha. You have to understand th… Read More
2017-02-21 14:00
  A quick search on top cafe to visit in Seoul and it’s likely Hongdae is going to show up. Being a university area it’s filled with interesting concept cafes. And VERS… Read More
2017-02-19 14:46
Pyeongchang Trout Festival is an annual event that takes place every winter. Visitors to the festival can enjoy a variety of programs including ice and lure fishing for trout, snow programs… Read More
2016-12-17 16:20
Pizza buffet? Skeptical when our friends decided to go for one. How much pizza can you eat in one sitting? Buffet was SGD $15++ and by the look of the menu, all seem decent until realit… Read More
2016-11-28 13:48
One thing about living in Singapore is you will always be amazed at how the tiny island could transform into. The old zinc roof and the concrete audience stands. One could hardly expect… Read More
2016-11-19 12:54
After buying all the other stuff like toilet and kitchen fittings, the last thing you’ll need to do is lighting. Usually lighting comes last because it plays a pivotal role in the… Read More
2016-11-13 05:55
Bali is known for it’s beach and it’s top-class beach clubs. With names like Potato Head and Ku De Ta often popping up in conversations, one really has to visit when in Bali… Read More
2016-10-01 09:45
1. Romantic beachfront seafood dinner at Jimbaran Bay   Watch the stars as you dine on the beach with your loved ones. A candlelight dinner on the Beverly Hills of Bali doesn’t ha… Read More
2016-10-01 09:45
1. Romantic beachfront seafood dinner at Jimbaran Bay   Watch the stars as you dine on the beach with your loved ones. A candlelight dinner on the Beverly Hills of Bali doesn’t ha… Read More
2016-09-29 06:21
2 nights at the hotel might not be the most conclusive but it should give a rough idea. Room stayed: Pool access Ambience First impression, the hotel looks pretty nice. Lots of trees and flo… Read More
2016-09-13 00:41
We’ve eaten from so many different Menya Musashi outlets but we’ve never fancied any of them. From the first Singapore outlet at Raffles City (noodles too thick and soup not rich… Read More
The Buffet @ M Hotel
2016-08-30 01:28
Definitely one of the more affordable hotel buffets around but not without trade-offs. The buffet spread is rather limited for a start and the disparity in quality amongst dishes is rather s… Read More
Chong Pang Nasi Lemak
2016-08-16 02:47
Nestled far north in the Singapore heartlands lies a culinary gem. A masterpiece of pandan, coconut, chicken wings and Otah (Spicy fish cake wrapped in banana leaves). At least these are my… Read More
Putien @ Kitchener Road (Michelin One Star)
2016-08-07 12:14
Most of you should have heard by now the recently announced Michelin Guide Singapore. Awarding 29 establishments in Singapore with the glorious Michelin Star. One such establishment is Putie… Read More
Daessiksin Korean BBQ @ Waterway Point
2016-07-28 02:19
Annyeong Hasaeyoh Korean foodies! We’ve written about Bibimbaps and Fried Chicken (even the not so nice one). Today we’ll introduce another all time classic! Korean BBQ! Daessiki… Read More
Paik’s Bibim. Fast-food Style Bibimbap.
2016-07-12 01:08
Needless to explain what the Korean mixed rice dish Bibimbap is. Traditionally it’s made and served in a hot stone bowl, topped with veggies and sometimes a raw egg. Problem […]… Read More
Pokemon Go In Asia
2016-07-10 01:37
Adulthood doesn’t mean abandoning things you love as a kid. At least looking at Pokemon Go so far, it seems pretty acceptable to see a fully grown man catching Pokemons […] The… Read More
2016-07-04 13:14
McDonald’s Salted Egg Yolk Chicken Burger! Riding on the salted egg yolk craze in Singapore. MCD decided to launch their version of Liu Sha Bao. Except it’s Liu Sha Ham […… Read More
2016-07-04 13:14
McDonald’s Salted Egg Yolk Chicken Burger! Riding on the salted egg yolk craze in Singapore. MCD decided to launch their version of Liu Sha Bao. Except it’s Liu Sha Ham […… Read More
2016-06-28 01:04
The great falls and temples of Nachi-Kumano. Seen this iconic sight? That’s the Seiganto-ji and the famed Nachi-falls. Found in almost all the Japan / Wakayama / Spiritual tours you [… Read More
2016-06-23 16:00
Takayama is an amazing town. Despite it’s relatively small footprint, it’s bustling with life – although most of it hidden somewhere around the corner. The good thing… Read More
2016-06-19 16:00
Along the theme of Japan.. P.S: I have been spamming lots of Japan post and kind of left out the other places that I’ve visited earlier in the year. So playing catch up, here’s t… Read More
2016-06-17 12:21
You just know it when you have go back to the same place again. It’s must be such a memorable experience that you have to revisit. Such is the Owl Cafe. It wasn’t in our original… Read More
2016-06-16 00:51
This is not like your typical “fish market” in Singapore. It’s where the fishermen come in every morning to lay out their catch for auction. The market we visited in Nachik… Read More
2016-06-10 11:43
The beautiful castle went through a hell lot in its lifetime. First it was being demolished by the government when Japan was becoming a modern state but saved at the very last minute due to… Read More
2016-06-05 02:20
Ide Shoten, the best ramen in Japan The Holy Grail of Ramen. The most delicious Ramen in Japan. The best Ramen of Japan. Ide Shoten is a place with many names. It all began when it was voted… Read More
2016-05-31 13:08
Kuriya Japanese Market @ Waterway Point Recently we have been going to Waterway point pretty often as we needed to check on our new house over weekends. And one of the shops that really caug… Read More
2016-05-23 08:36
Somehow logo reminds me of Time Zone arcade but that’s another story for another time.. Recently they decided to open an outlet at Buangkok MRT, right next to Chicken Up. Direct compet… Read More
2016-05-17 15:33
Tim Ho Wan It’s about time we wrote about the Michelin Dim Sum establishment. There was a huge buzz when they first started in Singapore and everyone was busy queuing up to get a taste… Read More
2016-05-15 16:27
We have always wanted to visit since its opening but never had the chance – actually we were just procrastinating. Anyway we finally went today. It was huge.. At first when we heard ot… Read More
2016-05-15 16:27
We have always wanted to visit since its opening but never had the chance – actually we were just procrastinating. Anyway we finally went today. It was huge.. At first when we heard ot… Read More
2016-05-13 12:00
Chop chop! For a moment I thought the shop was selling Kalipok (Currypuffs). As kids we always have this odd lingo Chop Chop Kalipok. Chop Chop just mean to get things done fast. Perhaps the… Read More
2016-05-10 16:00
Mookata! Yet another one of my favourtes. (I’m losing track because I’ve quite a number of favourite now).    So one of my colleagues was staying nearby and she mention… Read More
2016-05-09 16:01
Bayview Hotel Buffet? Horrible. First and foremost. This is a not so great review about the buffet I recently had. Prices were slightly higher due to Mother’s Day so you might want to… Read More
2016-05-07 16:00
Situated along the stretch of gourmet paradise in Balestier. It’s hard to survive there if you ain’t got substance. A strong competitor with Boon Tong Kee. Loy Kee is more afford… Read More
2016-05-05 16:00
It’s not that I like to boast about the good food in Sengkang – more so when it’s just a few blocks from where I stay. But this is another gem in the bird-no-lay-egg north… Read More
2016-05-03 16:00
Mixed feelings. It was great food! But then there are other factors as well.    We usually rate our food based on 4 criteria – taste, price, portion and service. (Service is… Read More
2016-05-01 16:10
Recently we have been busy researching for our new home. We bought hob & hoods and then sinks, now we are venturing into ceiling fans.      THINGS TO CONSIDER: 1. Do you n… Read More
2016-04-30 05:12
The Bedok 85 bak chor mee showdown. For those that went before will know that there’s more than 1 stall. In fact there’s 2 stalls side by side. So here’s my personal take… Read More
2016-04-21 16:00
In this article, we’ll go through some of the things to look out for when buying kitchen sink. Note: we are not professionals. These are just what we learnt from sales, IDs, contractor… Read More
2016-04-21 16:00
In this article, we’ll go through some of the things to look out for when buying kitchen sink. Note: we are not professionals. These are just what we learnt from sales, IDs, contractor… Read More
2016-04-20 15:58
In this article, we’ll go through some of the things to look out for when buying hood and hobs. Note: we are not professionals. These are just what we learnt from sales, IDs, cont… Read More
2016-04-20 15:58
In this article, we’ll go through some of the things to look out for when buying hood and hobs. Note: we are not professionals. These are just what we learnt from sales, IDs, cont… Read More
2016-04-18 15:04
This was the first time that I’ve ever had boat noodles and ever since then I’m kind of in love with it. It’s a little like the Chinese Kway Tiao soup but with a very stron… Read More
2016-04-10 16:00
Hida Folk Village is an open air museum with over 30 traditional houses from the Hida region – a the mountainous area in Takayama. The houses were built brought in from other area… Read More
2016-04-05 16:00
If you haven’t heard of Shirakawa by now… go google it first. It’s an amazing place. It’s one of those triangle shape houses that you see on lots of Japan holid… Read More
2016-04-03 16:00
This was the best tempura we had in our entire trip. Firstly it’s pretty unexpected to find this at a relatively quiet town. Takayama is known for it’s Hida Beef but besides that… Read More
2016-03-29 16:00
One of the things that you must do when visiting Japan is to try stay at a Ryokan – a traditional Japanese inn. Ryokan can be found throughout the country, especially in hot sprin… Read More
2016-03-27 16:00
The idea of customisable pizza is not new but in recent years, there has been an increasing trend in ‘Subway style’ pizzerias – literally. The Pizza Collective at Bugis Plu… Read More
2016-03-23 16:32
What’s a weekend getaway? I was surfing around to find places for a weekend getaway and by weekend I really meant weekend. 3d2n. A bunch of sites showed up with titles like XX easy bea… Read More
2016-03-20 16:00
Ok. I’m pretty sure it not pronounced as FUR kicks – as in the fluffy fur coat. But we still got stuck with that name. It’s so much easier to pronounce! Anyway af… Read More
2016-03-17 13:25
Takumen, the name literally translates to “Home Ramen”, started off as an online ramen store delivering over 100 varieties to homes in Japan. It was a pretty unique concept and s… Read More
2016-03-13 16:00
So recently I was on a business trip to KL and happen to stay at St Giles The Gardens Hotel. Although it’s situated at Mid Valley, not really in downtown KL but you can kind of conside… Read More
2016-03-10 16:00
One of the reason why we came to this part of Japan was to try explore and experience the old merchant routes of Japan. Before bigger roads were carved out, merchant used to travel alon… Read More
2016-03-05 13:18
So many twist and turns, so many trapdoors. As expected from a NINJA TEMPLE!   Myouryuji Ninja Temple It’s not really a ninja temple because there’s lots of ninjas in t… Read More
2016-02-28 16:00
#1 RAMEN A trip to Japan is never completed without Ramens. There’s so many types of it from the popular Tonkotsu (Pork Broth), to Shoyu (Soya sauce), to Shio (Salt) and Miso! Some are… Read More
2016-02-16 16:00
It so happen that our trip clashed with local holidays so most of the hotels in Osaka are pretty much sold out. Luckily just a few weeks before our trip we managed to find a room at&nbs&hell…Read More
2016-02-11 16:00
Ever seen the amazing photos of temples with endless Toriis lined up one after another? Yup. This is the place. Yet another icon of Kyoto! Fushimi Inari Shrine Although the Shrine … Read More

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