จองที่พักกับ Traveloka (V Hotel Lavender Singapore)

ภาพบน – อาหารเช้า ดิฉันเตรียมกาแฟดริปไปเองสิคะ กินกับกะหรี่ปั๊ปที่อร่อยมากมายที่ซื้อมาเย็นวันแรก ตัดปัญหาการต้องไปเบียดกับแขกกินอาหารเช้าไป อ่านรีวิวการจองตั๋วเครื่องบินกับ Traveloka ได้ที่นี่ โรงแรม V Hotel Lavender ที่สถานีรถไฟ Lavender...

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Where to Eat in Singapore (#2) | รวมร้านอร่อยสิงคโปร์ #2

This is the part 2 of what/where to eat in Singapore. orders not arranged by preferences. Hokkian-style congee at tian ji porridge at maxwell food centre Tian Ji Porridge is run by a husband-and-wife team, and in my view they serves the BEST porridges I had ever eaten (second only to my own haha). The local foodie guru who told us about this place explained that Hokkian porridge is thicker, grainier than Cantonese style congee. And more fragrant, too, thanks to the toasted lard drizzled on top. I use to think that Cantonese style congee is the epitome of the congees, but after two bowls (only because they ran out so fast!!) of Tian Ji porridge...

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Where to Eat in Singapore (#1) | รวมร้านอร่อยสิงคโปร์ #1

During our one week in Singapore, we experienced deliciousness in great magnitude. And still, we missed out on so many. This is the first post in our Singapore series. These are the most scrumptious foods of Singapore that we would very much like to recommend. And with this post, we thank our good friends over there. You know who you are 😀 orders not arranged by preferences.  Hokkian-style Prawn Mee at Tekka Food Centre This long-standing Hokkian-style prawn noodle is set right in the middle of Little India. Eat this and you can walk around to digest it. A great health plan. Even now that the third generation is taking over when we were...

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Penang and Phuket Peranakan Culture | พี่น้องเพอรานากัน ปีนัง ภูเก็ต

   (⬇︎ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ ⬇︎) was an interview on the run, as we were hurried from one place to another. But somehow our exuberant source managed to put together a concept for us to draw a clear picture of Penang in relation to Phuket and perhaps making our next trips (or eating trip in most cases) to both cities much more fun. In 2015, Phuket was listed by UNESCO to be a City of Gastronomy and doing a story on the delicious foods there led me to this trip to the 30th International Baba Ngonya Convention with the Thai Peranakan Association that took place in Penang in November...

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