Food is one of Singapore’s national pastimes. Some eat to live and others live to eat. I think I fall into the second category and maybe that’s why, I have a special place in my heart for this city. Singapore is perfect for a quick 3-4 days city break. Of course, if you have more
Supplied image Do you know your nasi lemak from your nasi goreng? Singapore has its own food language, much like the informal lingo of the locals, called Singlish. The hybrid vocabulary reflects the broad range of the country’s immigrants, taking words from Malay, Tamil, Hokkien, Cantonese, Mandarin and other Chinese languages. Be prepared to hear words
If you asked me what I’d be doing at the end of Feb 2017, chances are it would be something blasé like attending all of the food festivities taking place in Dubai. But as lady luck would have it, I had the very exciting opportunity to travel to Singapore on a culinary adventure with Your Singapore Arabia! Yep.