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Singapore, Singapore
1.3521° N, 103.8198° E
Changi International Airport
GMT +8:00
Singapore Dollar
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Chye Seng Huat Hardware (CSHH) Coffee Bar

Close to City Square Mall, Chye Seng Huat Hardware (CSHH) Coffee Bar located is located at Trywhitt Road, Singapore. This coffee shop flaunts antique Chinese architecture combined with modern interior design with wooden furnishings. Utilizing its own roaster, CSHH offers choices of interesting coffee flavours to suit a diverse crowd of coffee enthusiasts. One can also try a variety of Asian and Western cuisines, as well as the wonderful desserts.

Chan Hon Meng’s Hawker Food

Topping the things to do in Singapore is eating, especially the flavourful selections of “hawker” food in Singapore. This particular hawker is perhaps the only street food that is awarded a one-star Michelin Star: Chan Hon Meng. Located at the centre of Singapore’s Chinatown Complex, you can get a plate of the award-winning delicious Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle for just S$2. But do wake up early as the queue can take up to several hours if you’re late!

The Monocle Cafe

When you visit Holland Village, make time to dine at The Monocle Cafe. Starting off a lifestyle magazine, Monocle has expanded the business to F&B. If you’re a fan of the magazine, you can enjoy reading it at the library of Monocle magazines while sipping your all-press coffee that’s available daily from 11 am until 10 pm. You can also purchase unique souvenirs at shop’s second level. Even though the place is quite off the grid, it’s definitely worth finding!


Derived from a local and Italian namesake, PasarBella a.k.a. Beautiful Market is inspired by the rustic interiors of Covent Garden, London and the rich aromatic scents from Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market. Opening at The Grand Stand and Suntec City, PasarBella offers visitors a concept unlike any other place. In this market, expect to find restaurant, fresh vegetables, pastries, collectables, and many more. Spending a full day here is always a good idea.

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Engulfed in elegant colours red and black, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon offers a different kind of dining experience. From just a counter away, you can witness the chefs in action, preparing and cooking the best ingredients. The two-time winner of Best Dining Experience by the Singapore Experience Award, you can savour the flavours of Japanese cuisine in a laidback ambience you’d normally find in Spanish tapas bars. Dining here, at one of the best restaurants in Singapore, will be an unforgettable experience!

Wee Nam Kee

Want to try something local? Look for Wee Nam Kee outlets across Singapore and you can taste the authentic flavour from the island nation. Starting from S$4.80, you can try the savoury chicken rice with a combination of chili sauce, ginger paste, and dark soy sauce. You might want to reserve a seat for lunch, as it is usually full house at lunchtime.

Katong Laksa

Katong Laksa is one of Singapore’s hawker foods popular among locals and tourists alike. Katong is the name of a famous place in Singapore where the Singaporean Laksa is said to be originated from. There are several food stalls that serve Katong Laksa, such as the 238 Katong Laksa at East Coast Rd, The Queensway Shopping Centre, and many more. The thick and spicy chicken noodle soup served with fresh prawn is so delicious, you won’t get bored eating it every day.

Saigon Alley

Swing by to Novena Gardens and discover an array of Vietnamese dishes at Saigon Alley. The cozy and friendly atmosphere at Saigon Alley makes it a great weekend spot to chill and spend your evening with friends. Try out the Vietnamese favourites such as Crab Spring Rolls, Saigon Prawns in Coconut, Saigon Alley Banh Mi, and many more.
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