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Top 3 desserts to try at Sweet Fusion 殿糖级 Singapore !

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Your trip to Singapore is not complete, if you haven’t had a great food trip. This vibrant country has a lot to offer from great savory food and local delicacies to pastries and desserts. And recently, a new addition to the bustling food scene has made its way to Singapore‘s shores: Sweet Fusion 殿糖级.

Hong Kong’s famous dessert cafe, Sweet Fusion 殿糖级, has finally opened its oh-so-sweet doors in Chinatown, Singapore. True to its name, the cafe boasts a wide range of delectable desserts made from the fusion of rich ingredients from all over the world and sophisticated styles by renowned dessert chefs and gurus.

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Sweet Fusion 殿糖级 is now in Singapore

Their Chinatown location is the first (of many, we hope!) branch in Singapore, and its bringing both familiar and new creations on the table. Without emptying your pockets, you can experience a five-star quality dessert, each element guaranteed to be made out of the most flavorful and quality ingredients.

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Home of Sweet Fusion 殿糖级: Chinatown Point

We listed the top 3 dessert experience of Sweet Fusion 殿糖级 you need to try:

Devil’s and Angel’s Chocolate Ball

Ever experienced a hot dessert? Say no more. The Devil’s and Angel’s Chocolate Ball will truly blow your mind and taste buds.

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The Devil’s Chocolate Ball

Carefully topped with a chocolate sphere, this dessert takes it to the next level by pouring hot chocolate on the DEVIL or alcohol on fire on the ANGEL, melting the shell, and eventually revealing the sweet surprise inside.

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Lit alcohol poured on the shell of Angel’s Chocolate ball.

Dig into the sweet mix of ice cream, chocolate mousse, butter biscuit, marshmallow, and many more.

Egg Pudding

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Egg Pudding served in real eggshells

Sweet Fusion 殿糖级 is also know for its creative and novel presentation styles. The light and sweet pudding is served in real eggshell, taking its name “egg pudding” all to literal. The main ingredient is Hokkaido Milk 3.6, a premium milk brand with a 3.6% butterfat content that is produced in Japan. This helps make the pudding have that smooth and creamy, rich texture. Real vanilla beans are also used, instead of artificial ones, to achieve that fresh vanilla flavor.

Durian Lava Cake

The King of Fruits now made into a dessert fit for a king!

Sweet Fusion 殿糖级 ‘s Durian Lava Cake is the ultimate dessert experience, with its elements made from fresh durian. Even though the fruit is known for its pungent smell, the dish is very fragrant and has the right amount of sweetness without loosing the durian flavor. Watch how the warm durian filling just oozes when you slice into the fluffy durian cake:

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Warm and rich durian filling.

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Get the most out of your visit at Sweet Fusion 殿糖级 as they also offer a special value set for two:

  • Mille Crape Cakes and Egg Pudding + Drinks
  • Traditional Chinese Dessert and Egg Pudding + Drinks
  • Shaved Ice Dessert and Egg Pudding + Drinks!

Whether you’re young or old, whatever you’re in the mood for, Sweet Fusion 殿糖级, has a five-star quality dessert specially crafted for you. Visit their branch now and make your travel to Singapore a memorable one.

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Sweet Fusion 殿糖级

133 New Bridge Road, #02-41/42 Chinatown Point, Singapore (059413)

Close to metro: Chinatown (exit from subway E)

Business hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:30 am to 9:30 pm

Tel: +65 6592 0089





Sweet Fusion is now closed.


The 7 famous attractions of Resorts World Sentosa


A trip to Singapore is never complete without a visit to one of its famous attractions: the Resorts World Sentosa.

This resort is the ultimate lifestyle destination located on Singapore‘s resort island of Sentosa. Named as the “Best Integrated Resort” since 2011 for six consecutive years by the TTG Travel Awards, this 49-hectare resort, is home to 7 world-famous attractions, including Michelin star restaurantshotels, and  convention centres.

Here are Resort World Sentosa‘s  7 world-class attractions:

Universal Studios Singapore®

The Ancient Egypt attraction in Universal Studios Singapore
The Ancient Egypt attraction in Universal Studios Singapore®

Get to experience your favorite movie by going to Universal Studios Singapore® and riding its movie-themed rides and attractions. Divided into 7 zones, step into different movie worlds and Ride The Movies® that you’ve seen on the big screen: Hollywood, Ancient Egypt, New York, Sci-Fi City, the Lost World, Far Far Away, and Madagascar.

S.E.A. Aquarium™

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The beautiful marine environment at the S.E.A. Aquarium™

Experience the beauty of the world’s waters at the majestic S.E.A. Aquarium™ that’s home to more than 100,000 maritime animals of over 800 species. Explore 49 habitats, including the Strait of Karimata & Java Sea, which features a shipwreck that has evolved into a thriving marine habitat.

Adventure Cove Waterpark™

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Adventure Cove Waterpark™ (c) Resorts World Sentosa

Get your swimsuits out and take a plunge at the Resorts World Sentosa‘s Adventure Cove Waterpark™. Enjoy all kinds of intense water slides like the Dueling Racer, Pipeline Plunge, and the Riptide Rocket. Not only does it offer water parks, you could also snorkel and have an up-close encounter with marine life.

Trick Eye Museum

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Trick Eye Museum (c) Resorts World Sentosa

Want to know what it looks and feels like inside a painting? Visit Trick Eye Museum and let your imagination fly with its original 3D artworks and optical illusions. Don’t be afraid to touch the art, because these two-dimensional paintings are meant to be enjoyed and interacted with. The Trick Eye Museum lets you create your own story, leaving you with your minds blown and definitely great pictures.

Dolphin Island™

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Dolphin Island™ (c) Resorts World Sentosa

Want to learn more about the one of the most gentle creatures of the ocean? Dolphin Island™ is one of Resort World Sentosa‘s famous attractions where, you can meet these cute bottlenose dolphins up-close. With its range of programmes and the help of marine mammal experts, you’ll get a chance to experience marine life and discover more about dolphins and their habitats.

The Maritime Experiential Museum™

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The Maritime Experiential Museum (c) Resorts World Sentosa

Take a trip down memory lane and experience Singapore‘s rich maritime history. The Maritime Experiential Museum is an multi-sensorial museum with interactive exhibits that lets you interact and recreate Singapore’s past as a trading port. Artifacts, galleries, and a multimedia Typhoon Theater where visitors get to experience what it’s like under a treacherous storm, can all be found and experienced at The Maritime Experiential Museum.

K-Live Sentosa

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K-Live (c) Resorts World Sentosa

You don’t need to fly to Korea just to catch your favorite K-Pop band’s concert. You can do it at Resorts World Sentosa!

The K-Pop Hologram Theatre is a unique concert experience where you can join your favorite K-POP stars on stage using a high-tech hologram technology. Joint the stage with G-Dragon, Wonder Girls, 2PM and and other famous K-Pop stars and have the ultimate K-Pop experience.

Attractions only Resorts World Sentosa could to offer

Drop by Resorts World Sentosa and have the time of your life with its world-class attractions and entertainment. Get their latest offers here.

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Shopping Guide: Where to Shop in Singapore


Shopping is a must every time you’re on a trip. Whether it’s for you, your friends, or your family, you always find time to bring home something special from your trip.

Singapore is one of the best shopping destinations in the world. Whatever you’re looking for, whatever your mood is; markets, malls, boutiques, stalls, this bustling city has something to offer.

We rounded up the top 5 best places to shop in Singapore:

Orchard Road

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The famous Orchard Road at night during Christmas (c) Orchard Road

Considered as the shopping hub of Singapore, Orchard Road is a 2.2 kilometer stretch, that houses the country’s most famous shopping malls like ION Orchard, Paragon Shopping Centre, and Far East Plaza. Not only it is home to shops, bargain and luxury alike, you can also find fine restaurants and bars along the stretch, proving to be the ultimate Singapore shopping destination.


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(c) VivoCity

This modern shopping center was designed by internationally acclaimed Japanese architect Toyo Ito. VivoCity is known for its open spaces and design, which is inspired by waves from the sea. This shopping mecca is home to many branded shops and restaurants, an open-air playground, and an amphitheater.

VivoCity also houses the biggest cinema multiplex in Singapore, featuring 15 screens and 2,172 seats.

Travel Tip: Spot and take pictures of the many art installations made by international artists around VivoCity

Little India (Serangoon Road)

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The colorful facade of one of the famous buildings in Little India

Bask in the colorful and lively ambiance of Little India, Singapore, the cultural center of the Indian community. Along the main commercial thoroughfare, Serangoon Road, are some of its famous shopping centers like the Tekka Centre, the Tekka Mall, the Little India Arcade, Serangoon Plaza, and the Mustafa Centre. You can find many items to take home; from spices, sari fabrics,  and flowers to jewelry, brassware, and silverware.

Travel Tip: Try visiting Little India during Deepavali (also known as Diwali) or the Festival of Lights held every October.


One of the top places to visit in Singapore, the Buddha Toothe Relic Temple in Chinatown
Buddha Toothe Relic Temple in Chinatown, Singapore

One of the most-visited landmarks in Singapore is Chinatown. Even though surrounded by modern buildings, this energetic precinct still preserves its old era charm with its worship temples, pre-war, shop houses, markets, and tea houses.

The best time to visit Chinatown is during the Lunar New Year (or Chinese New year), one of the most celebrated holidays in Singapore. Usually celebrated in January or February, Chinatown comes alive with bright, decorative lanterns, ornaments, and bustling shops.

Travel Tip: You could also visit Chinatown during the Mid-Autumn Festival held in September. Don’t forget to buy your Mooncake!

Haji Lane

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The colorful buildings of Haji Lane

Want to do some shopping and appreciate art at the same time? Head on over to Haji Lane in Kampong Glam and enjoy unique boutiques and vintage stores, decked with colorful wall murals. This narrow road is also filled with hip drinking spots, hole-in-the-wall cafés, and more. For sure, Haji Lane is the coolest place to do your shopping, also taking home some Instagram-worthy photos too.

Shopping in Singapore: Shop till you drop!

Whether you’re looking for branded, vintage, or bargain items, Singapore has a place for every shopaholic’s need. Tell us what you think of other shopping havens in Singapore at the comments below!

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The sexiest fashion sales this month in Singapore


Upcoming slumber party? Planning ahead of Valentine’s? Then you mustn’t miss the Lingerie Fair sales ongoing at Takashimaya department store, Orchard Singapore!

Lingerie Fair at Takashimaya department store.
Lingerie Fair at Takashimaya department store.

Enjoy up to 70% OFF lingerie including lacy crimson sets, cute and comfy loungewear, colourful value packed innerwear, and many more. Be sure to look out for attractive promotions from the following participating brands daily: Hush Puppies, Jockey, Pierre Cardin, Sorella, Young Hearts, and French Kiss Colour Concept!

Event details:

Date: 5-17 January, 2017

Location: B1, Talking Hall, Takashimaya department store

Also at Takashimaya department store: Creme Simon promotion.
Also at Takashimaya department store: Creme Simon promotion.

The fair also hosts award-winning French skin care brand Creme Simon from Paris, whose exceptional alcohol, silicone & paraben-free products with Activ-Fleur Complex promises to brighten, regenerate, and protect even the most delicate of skins. The first 30 customers every day will receive a 5ml deluxe sample, while stocks last!

For more information on the Lingerie Fair at Takashimaya department store, click here.

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Hotel Guide: Where to stay in Marina Bay area

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This majestic bay area is home to Singapore‘s most beautiful and iconic hotels. Marina Bay is located at the heart of all the action and near major districts in Singapore, like the Central Business District, the Civic District, and Clarke Quay. If you decided to stay by the bay, Marina Bay offers many hotel choices, each one providing a unique experience to fit your needs, whether you’re a solo or travelling in group.

We rounded up the top 3 hotels that could help you start with your search.

Marina Bay Sands

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Marina Bay Sands

One of the most famous hotels in Singapore, Marina Bay Sands stands tall at the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District. This five-star hotel offers a magnificent view of Singapore in any angle: its glittering city skyline, the colorful Gardens by the Bay, or the sunset by the bay.

Beside from a hotel, Marina Bay Sands is also home to major attractions in Singapore, like the Skypark, Gardens by the Bay, The ArtScience Museum, and many more.

Book your stay at the Marina Bay Sands and get their latest offers here.

The Ritz-Carlton

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View from above (c) The Ritz-Carlton

You can get this great unobstructed view of the Marina Bay at The Ritz-Carlton. It is the perfect destination for both business and leisure, providing five-star accommodations, along with numerous authentic experiences in dining, art, events, and celebrations.

The hotel is also located just minutes away from major attractions and landmarks in Marina Bay area:

  • Singapore Flyer (5-minute walk)
  • Esplanade Theatres (8-minute walk)
  • Raffles City (8-minute walk)
  • Chinatown Heritage Center (24-minute walk)
  • Asian Civilisations Museum (12-minute walk)

Get the latest deals and offers at The Ritz-Carlton here.

Mandarin Oriental

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(c) Mandarin Oriental

This five-star luxury hotel is the perfect place for your urban retreat. Also found in the Marina Bay area, Mandarin Oriental offers easy access to Singapore‘s central business district and an array of activity choices for you to enjoy.

Be the first and get the latest on what Mandarin Oriental has to offer here.

Start your hotel hunt now!


3 ways to get the most out of your Singapore Flyer experience


As one of the most iconic high-rises at Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore Flyer provides a rotating, 360-degree view of the Lion City’s impressive skyline. The world’s largest observation wheel outside the United States offers far more than its luxurious vantage points, however. Here are 3 ways to jazz up your moving experience at the ‘eye’ of Singapore’s every turn:

The Singapore Flyer, night view.
The Singapore Flyer, night view.

1. Singapore Sling Flight: The bona fide taste of Singapore from mid-air

Traveling alone? You’ve got more time to savor the sight and sound of this City in a Garden, then. Pair your flight with the city-state’s best-known cocktail – the Singapore Sling. Chilled and hand-shaken from the authentic recipe concocted more than a century ago in 1915, indulge yourself with the bona fide taste of Singapore from mid-air as time transcends.

Individual Flight Privilege includes:

·         1 glass of the original Singapore Sling

·         1 rotation (approximately 30 minutes)

·         Express boarding

·         VIP-themed capsule (subject to availability)

·         Free journey to the Singapore Flyer’s Journey of Dreams interactive gallery

Daily flights: 2.30pm; 4:30pm; 6.30pm; 7.30pm; 8.30pm & 9.30pm

Book now:

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A sketch of the Singapore Flyer amidst Marina Bay Sands.

2. High Tea Flight: High tea, literally

Shopped till you’re dropping at The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands? Time for a rejuvenating high… wait, how about a literally ‘high’ tea break at the Singapore Flyer that’s just a stone’s throw away?

High Tea menu features an assortment of mini croissants, finger sandwiches, muffins, scones, as well as éclairs, pastries, and macaroons; served with orange juice, freshly brewed coffee, and tea. Complement each delightful bite with the captivating panoramic city views seen from different altitudes, within the Flyer’s spacious air-conditioned capsule, while in your favorite company. The perfect afternoon can’t get any better than this, don’t you think?

Flight Package (minimum 2 persons) includes:

·         High Tea menu

·         1 rotation (approximately 30 minutes)

·         Express boarding

·         In-flight host

·         Free journey to the Singapore Flyer’s Journey of Dreams interactive gallery

Daily flights: 3:30pm (check-in: 3:00pm)

3. Premium Sky Dining Flight: Top of the world, you and I

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Dining at the Singapore Flyer.

Picture this: You’re on a giant ferris wheel, overseeing Singapore’s most gorgeous architectures. As you ascend, they grow smaller, blending into Singapore’s eclectic cityscape. You begin to get distracted, but not because of the tantalizing dinner that is served. That special someone sits right across you, their dreamy features lit up by spectacular fireworks, erupting both the night sky and your tender heart.

For those traveling as a couple, surprise your significant other with the date of your trip – the stunning combination of romantic setting and extravaganza is available exclusively at the Singapore Flyer. Once you’ve made your reservation, get ready to be on top of the world… well you’re definitely going atop Singapore to say the very least.

Couple Flight Privilege includes:

·         4-course Western/Chinese/Vegetarian menu

·         2 rotations (approximately 1 hour)

·         Express boarding

·         In-flight host

·         Free journey to Journey of Dreams interactive gallery

Daily flights: 7:30pm (check-in: 7:00pm) or 8:30pm (check-in: 8:00pm)

Book now: 

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ION Orchard Holideals this Chinese New Year

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If Orchard Road is the crown of Singapore’s infinite shopping districts, then ION Orchard must be the jewel in the crown.

Conveniently located right outside the Orchard MRT station, ION Orchard brings together the world’s best loved brands for their flagship, concept and lifestyle stores within one development, with over eight levels of intelligently designed shopping space.

Before you dive straight into the plethora of brands that make up ION Orchard’s 66,000 square metres giant premise though, be sure to follow these steps to get the best out of the holideals ION is offering this Lunar New Year:

a) Download ION Orchard App via Google Play or App Store

b) Tap on ION Holideals CNY Special – Fortune Cookie tab on landing page

c) Select brand of your choice

d) Sign up for ION+ Rewards membership via App (if not yet a member)

e) Shake device to reveal deal. Click “Redeem now” and scan in-store QR code to redeem deal

f) 5 shoppers stand to win $50 shopping vouchers each. Simply snap a photo of your purchase from ION Orchard and share on Instagram or Facebook with hashtag #IONHolideals. Additionally, 5 shoppers with the most number of ION Holideals redemptions will each receive a $50 shopping voucher

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Dine and celebrate Lunar New Year at Marina Bay Sands!

lunar-new-year-travel141Planning to dine out with the family this Lunar New Year? Eat exquisite food and usher in the Lunar New Year at Marina Bay Sands's world-class restaurants.

Celebrate Lunar New Year at any of Marina Bay Sands‘ lavish restaurants! Feast your way into the new year with these special offerings and exquisite food:

Sky on 57 by Justin Quek

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Enjoy the Lunar New Year and Singapore’s skyline at Sky on 57! Located 57 storeys high on the iconic Sands SkyPark, this is the only spot in Singapore where you can drink and dine to Singapore’s skyline in 360-degrees! Beside from the view, the food is definitely to die for!

From January 1 – February 11, Celebrity Chef Justin Quek offers a specially curated menu in celebration of the Lunar New Year. Whether you’re celebrating with a loved one or with the whole family, there’s something in the menu catered for you.

Book now and enjoy your Lunar New Year at Sky on 57

Adrift by David Myers

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Adrift. (c) Marina Bay Sands

Enjoy this modern take on Izakaya and feast flavorful food. Adrift by Celebrity Chef David Myers ushers in the Lunar New Year with a remarkable 6-course Omakase dinner, featuring traditional delicacies such as Yu Sheng and abalone and Peppered Beef Tenderloin.

Reserve your seats now and enjoy an Omakase Lunar New Year dinner at Adrift by David Myers

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Food at Marina Bay Sands: db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Daniel Boulud
db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Daniel Boulud (c) Marina Bay Sands

Love French cuisine? Dine at db Bistro & Oyster Bar and treat yourself to the finest French food this Lunar New Year. Created by world-famous Chef Daniel Boulud and Executive Chef Jonathan Kinsella, this magnificently designed restaurant offers different takes on modern cuisine. And this Lunar New Year, enjoy a curated oriental menu featuring Roast Stuffed Suckling Pig and Chilli Crab ‘Supreme’ and other delightful dishes, prepared using classic French techniques.

Enjoy a special dinner at db Bistro and Oyster Bar. Reserve your table here.

Enjoy great food with the best company

Find out more of Marina Bay Sands Lunar New Year offerings here.


Here are the top 5 places to visit in Singapore

Singapore or The Lion City is one of the top places to visit in Asia. This small island state packs quite a punch with its beautiful attractions, historical landmarks, bustling nightlife, and delicious food. Whether you’re a nature lover, a history buff, a foodie, or a shopaholic, Singapore has a place for you.

We rounded up the top 5 places to visit when you’re in Singapore:

Marina Bay Sands

The majestic Marina Bay Sands, one of the top places to visit in Singapore
The majestic Marina Bay Sands.

This picturesque view is the ultimate entertainment destination in Singapore. Located along the Marina Bay waterfront, the famous landmark features three majestic hotels topped by “floating” crystal pavilions, a sky park, a museum, world-class restaurants, and casinos.

You will never run out of things to do in Marina Bay Sands.

Check out the latest events, promotions, and happenings at Marina Bay Sands here.

Universal Studios Singapore

One of the places to visit in Singapore: Universal Studios Singapore
The Ancient Egypt attraction in Universal Studios Singapore


This Universal Studios Singapore is one of the must-see theme parks around the world. Opened in 2010, this amusement park has seven themed zones with different rides, each one related to a major hit movie. From Hollywood, sci-fi, to New York and Ancient Egypt, both kids and kids at heart will truly enjoy.

Beside from rides, Universal Studios Singapore also offers live show and entertainment for their visitors. definitely a must-see.

Check out the latest events, promotions, and happenings at Universal Studios Singapore here.

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay at night, one of the top places to visit for your night out.
Clarke Quay at night.

Want a taste of Singapore‘s nightlife? Head on over to Clarke Quay! This bustling side of Singapore is full of lively bars, nightclubs, and restaurants. You can also enjoy an alfresco dinner on a number of eateries set by the river. You can also do some shopping with its array of boutique shops and outlets. Truly, this is one of the top places to visit for your night out.


One of the top places to visit in Singapore, the Buddha Toothe Relic Temple in Chinatown
Buddha Toothe Relic Temple in Chinatown, Singapore

Want to stroll down in history lane? Chinatown is one of the historical landmarks in Singapore. Divided into four main districts, namely Kreta Ayer, Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar and Bukit Pasoh, this historic part of the city offers several places you can stroll around.

You could also visit places of worship, such as the old Hokkien temple Thian Hock Keng, Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple and James Mosque. There are also hotels and shops you can go to.

Gardens by the Bay

The colorful Gardens by the Bay, one of the top places to visit in Singapore
The colorful Gardens by the Bay

Cap your night stroll down at Gardens by the Bay. This huge and colourful park in the bay area of Singapore is famous for its Supertree structures. Walk in its impressive gardens and its seashell-shaped greenhouses that recreate chilly mountain climates and bask yourself in its various array of trees and plants.

Want to learn more of other places to visit in Singapore that are not on the list? Click here.



FIT travel in Singapore: The Lion City’s favorite durian revealed


The essence of FIT travel in Singapore? Eating durian like a local. While most travel guides recommend a trip to Geylang for your first contact with the uniquely fragrant “king of fruits”, the local’s favorite sits at another phonetically similar yet entirely different site, Ghim Moh – where the humble stall of Ah Seng Durian satiated Singaporeans’ lust over the gelato-esque texture of durian flesh for more than 30 years.

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The fruit texture to die for: Ah Seng Durian.

Feverishly busy on most days, Ah Seng Durian takes pre-orders, which you may call to indicate your choice of durian type, quantity, and collection time in advance. Expect a queue though even when you have made your reservations. Good things come to those who wait, after all: Imagine the highest quality of durians, freshly picked in the morning from Malaysia, and expressly transported over the causeway to Singapore by 2pm on the same day. When you sink your teeth in its thick, dense, ultra-creamy flesh, you would have mentally scheduled a revisit in your itinerary.

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Ah Seng Durian: Legit-ly Shiok.

Indeed, as you wait in line, take a moment to look around you. You will notice the locals, who would buy the fruit not in pairs, nor even bags, but by the boxes. These Lion City inhabitants certainly did not achieve their kiasu fame for nothing.

Opening Hours: 12:30-20:30, Monday to Friday
Pre-Order Hotline: +65-94656160
Address: Blk 20 Ghim Moh Market, #01-197, Singapore 270020