Singapore: Singapore Food Trail

Tourist infrastructure done right. Singapore. Nothing half-assed about anything. The Singapore flyer. Yes, it looks like the London Eye. It feels like the London Eye. It rides like the London Eye. But you see more of the city with the Flyer than with the Eye. You see what seems to be a complete cityscape. At the top of the wheel, when your car reaches the … Continue reading Singapore: Singapore Food Trail

Singapore: No Signage Board

My first dinner in Singapore. Seafood, of course. Where? I made reservations at each of the “Big Three” seafood restaurants: Melben at 7 p.m., Jumbo at 6 p.m., and No Signage Board at 5 p.m. I neurotically over-planned it because you can never be sure when you’re going to be needing to have dinner when you’re travelling with 5 kids. One minute they’re having an … Continue reading Singapore: No Signage Board

Singapore: Hainanese Chicken Rice at Chatterbox

Before visiting Singapore, I did a little bit of research and had a list of about seven Hainanese chicken rice places that I wanted to try. Most of them were in hawker centres, and I had planned to hit one up for lunch as soon as my family and I arrived in Singapore, checked into our hotel, and visited a specific travel agency in a … Continue reading Singapore: Hainanese Chicken Rice at Chatterbox