Sin Lee Foods – A cafe that’s probably too hip for Jalan Bukit Ho Swee district.
Tian Kee & Co. – one of Singapore’s oldest provision shops came back to life as a cafe. With some iconic elements from the past, this cafe brings out a cozy and nostalgic charm.
A store and cafe at the same time, Carry On offers cafe hoppers with a chillout shopping experience in its earthy and spacious interiors.
Set in a lush forest, the Meiji Shrine is one of the most iconic attractions in Tokyo, Japan.
Visit an imagination of a Midden Eastern Paradise on Earth at Gardens by the Bay‘s newest Floral Display: Persian Garden.
Omotesando Koffee is a little coffee shop within a quiet Omote-sando residential district in Tokyo, Japan. Now that I’ve started my Café Tour in Singapore, I make it a point to visit some cafes overseas – just like my dear theme parks and attractions. Well, Omotesando Koffee is well-known for many reasons. It’s unexpected – […]
As one of the most popular coffee houses in Singapore, Chye Seng Huat Hardware is definitely on the list of any cafe hopper’s itinerary.
Tiferet Tea Room – This tea cafe along East Coast Road is a quiet haven for lovers of Asian tea culture. Its modern, cozy look is a fresh twist from typical Chinese teahouses. On that one Sunday afternoon, a friend came all the way from The Northern Lands known as Yew Tee. We had a […]
One Sunday morning, I took a walk down Siglap Drive to visit Coast and Company. An assortment of three, it’s a cafe, a bicycle workshop and an experience store, under one roof.
I’ve returned to Yellow Cup Coffee many times. With so many cafes opening all over the place, it’s a luxury to revisit a venue. It’s not that the cafe offers something that I could not get anywhere else. But when I’m around the area with my sister, there is a strong temptation for a short […]