Here are some of the top food blogs we’re reading right now - from some of the best cuisines to tips on best street eats in Singapore: http://thewonglist.blogspot.com, http://atigerinthekitchen.com, http://www.eatingintranslation.com, http://eatingasia.typepad.com, http://ramblingspoon.com, http://www.what2seeonline.com, http://norecipes.com, http://ieatishootipost.sg
“Despite its diminutive size, Singapore is second to none when it comes to eating street food. With four official languages (Chinese, Malay, English and Tamil), Singapore is a melding pot of people from around the world, and it shows in their cuisine,” - writes Marc Matsumoto, a popular food blogger and photographer, who spreads his passion for food through his websites norecipes.com and wanderingcook.com.
If you are planning on visiting Singapore, check out Singapore Tourism Board and YourSingapore.com.
We’ve just learned that one of our favorite journalist - a The Huffington Post contributor and a travel blogger Christine Negroni is giving away a beautiful exotic necklace Vanda Delight Necklace that is sold only at RISIS shop at the Singapore Changi Airport.
All you have to do to win this beautiful exotic necklace is to go to her site/blog and enter your name (enter your email address) for the drawing.
If you know some fashionista and/or global trotter who collects worldly accessories from far, far lands, share with them how they can win one!
Here are some more exotic finds across various international airports.
(We have the necklace in our office, waiting for the winner to be announced. And - yes, it is beautiful!)
Infinity Pool, Singapore
Photograph by Chia Ming Chien
The vertiginous “infinity pool” at the Marina Bay Sands resort offers a sweeping view of Singapore, a country that’s achieved success while building up instead of out.
Oh wow! It’s a bit intimidating, don’t you think so? Especially for the people who are afraid of heights… However, if you decide to go and ‘explore’ the “infinity pool”, Singapore Tourism Board (a guide to YourSingapore) might the one-stop-for-all on all the information you’d need for the adventurous and fearless trip.