Saltwater Cafe in Village Hotel Changi is a laid back cafe in a part of Singapore with a rustic feel. The spacious cafe allows diners to enjoy a leisurely meal with a view of the pool and Changi Golf Club.Continue reading →
Like many curious visitors, we managed to find time to take a quick look at the newest wonder in town – Jewel at Changi Airport. Enough has been said about the long queues for the much talked-about restaurants, Shake Shack and A&W. We were more interested to find out more about the restaurants that we are not familiar with. Here is a quick look at the less talked about, but interesting Jewel Changi Airport Restaurants that we would want to try in future visits.Continue reading →
The Health Promotion Board (HPB) aims to get Singaporeans to cut their sugar intake by 25%. That will entail reducing consumption of sugar found in sauces, desserts and sweet drinks. However, we found that it is very hard to avoid being tempted by dessert in Singapore. In fact, we have cafes like Ji De Chi Dessert 記得吃甜品 which reminds us to enjoy dessert.Continue reading →
As Singapore celebrates her 53rd National Day, Changi Airport is one of the many things Singaporeans can be proud of. Changi Airport was voted by air travellers as the world’s best at the 2018 World Airport Awards for the sixth consecutive year. Changi’s newest terminal – Terminal 4 or T4 – has a host of innovative and experiential features. It is the first terminal to use facial recognition for check-in and immigration clearance. T4 has the dancing Petalclouds, a 70m by 5m LED Immersive Wall, a Heritage Zone and a Boulevard of Trees. There are features designed with #selfie and #foodgram in mind. There will also soon be a new five-storey ‘chandelier-inspired’ playground in the departure area. The installation art features climbing nets and a pole for people to slide down at 2m intervals. We are most happy to find that Changi Airport Terminal 4 is a great place to eat – both in the public area and in the transit area.