You haven't had dumplings until you've had dumplings at Din Tai Fung! Din Tai Fung is a Chinese restaurant famed for it's soup dumplings or Xiao Long Bao (小笼包,). Xiao Long Bao are served piping hot, each "Bao" is wrapped beautifully in a delicate thin outer skin, to eat, place the dumpling on your spoon … Continue reading Feasting at Singapore’s Din Tai Fung
One of the biggest highlight from our recent Hong Kong trip would have to be our night at the Atum Dessert in Hong Kong. This unique Desserant has been visited by the popular youtuber Strictly Dumpling who raved about how fun and delicious the experience was! Their most popular dish is "Improvisation" which basically … Continue reading Fancy Desserts in Hong Kong: Atum Desserant
We recently made a last minute decision to go on a family trip to Geelong (a port city 75 km outside of Melbourne) and Melbourne since we all got the weekend plus the Monday off for the public holiday (Queen's Birthday). The trip was a super short one and was intended as more of a relaxing … Continue reading 36 Hours in Geelong & Melbourne, Australia.
Sometimes a trip without adventure wouldn't be one to remember. This time we made sure we included some adrenaline pumping activities in our Hong Kong trip in the form of embarking on a cable cabin with no floors. Well I guess, they had floors made from glass that is ... Join us on our adventure to … Continue reading PART 1: Ngong Ping 360 to The Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha) in Lan Tau Island, Hong Kong.
I love every single holiday of the year but the Chinese New Year (Lunar New Year) - CNY is hands down my absolute favourite. Growing up, CNY was something that I looked forward to every year, it's like I get to begin the new year twice! Something else that I love about CNY is the … Continue reading Macau, Singapore and Hong Kong Gears up for the Chinese New Year
I'm not going to lie, I've never associated Macau with the words food haven. However, my recent visit to Macau may just change that. Macau is short ferry ride from Hong Kong (the ferry ride is another story), going from Hong Kong to Macau and vice versa will require you to proceed through immigration so … Continue reading Macau: Eating at Rua Do Cunha and More
If you hate durians then let me apologise beforehand, cause I think you know what's coming... Yes, this post is dedicated to the King of Fruits - DURIANS! Before I came to Singapore, a durian to me was just a durian, yellow, creamy and fragrant, but wow how my trip has changed my opinions! My visit … Continue reading Singapore: Indulging in 猫山王 (Mao Shan Wang) Durians
How you could you go to Hong Kong without visiting the happiest place on earth (or in Hong Kong anyways)? Of course you can't miss a trip to Disneyland (even if you're an adult)! I've actually been to Hong Kong a total of three times yet this was my first EVER Disneyland adventure. In previous … Continue reading Hong Kong: A Magical Day at HK’s Disneyland – Part 1
It's always an exciting feeling to hope off a flight and onto foreign land. Unfortunately, most of the time I'm left dehydrated and starving after a flight and my tastes bugs demand me to treat them better. I generally just get myself something fast and easy like Burger King at the airport to settle myself … Continue reading Singapore: Breakfast Buffet at a 5-Star Hotel Review
I've recently returned from a whirlwind trip to the amazing lands of Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore. This trip was great in so many levels and I had a tremendous amount of fun! There will be plenty of blog posts to come so watch this space. Obviously a trip to Hong Kong always warrants for a … Continue reading Hong Kong: Must have street foods