Eat Like A Local: 5 Noodle Dish when in Singapore

Eat Like A Local: 5 Noodle Dish when in Singapore

During my first ever travel overseas I was told to save my money and just have cup noodles for my meal so I will have money to buy for my souvenirs. This was ages ago.

I tried but that didn’t worked well because the next day I was hungry like a hippo, told myself I will never do that again ๐Ÿ˜†.

The next day I ordered the first dish that seem appetising to me and that happen to be a beef noodle while in Hong Kong Disneyland.

That day I felt that noodle was heaven sent and the tastiest food I’ve ever had until to this day.

That experience was unforgettable and I develop an appreciation for the real noodle dish.

Everything is extra special when you are extra hungry, right?

What I love about Singapore is they have wide variety of dishes because their culture is diverse.

In this blog I will share all about the noodles ๐Ÿ˜†.

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San Pablo City: The City of 7 Lakes

San Pablo City: The City of 7 Lakes

Perhaps you’ve heard of the just concluded Coconut Festival of San Pablo City.

This is a week long celebration in honour of their patron Saint Paul the Hermit, held every 1st to 2nd week of January.

Don’t worry there are other reason to visit the City of 7 Lakes.

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Local Foods when Visiting Singapore

We had a short visit in Singapore last October of 2017.

We stayed at Ascott Raffles Place booked through airbnb.

The hotel is a short walking distance to Lau Pa Sat where we had our daily breakfast.

Our favourite is the kaya toast set.

This comes with 2 soft boiled egg, kaya toast in brown bread and your choice of teh or kopi (tea or coffee).

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the kaya toast haven’t serve
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the toast and the soft boiled egg

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30minutes Get Away from Singapore

30minutes Get Away from Singapore

Montigo Resorts Nongsa (Batam, Indonesia) is 30 minutes short ferry ride from Singapore.

You can book the ferry ticket online via Batam Fast. Their port is Tanah Merah to Nongsapura.

Batam is 1 hour behind Singapore local time.

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Miss Kace

Miss Kace

I have been given many nicknames.

Kariyoka,Kare, Khayz, KC.

During our recent stay at Batam, Indonesia I told Windi just call me Kace (pronounce as KC I added A and E just because I want it longer ๐Ÿ˜…, you can also pronounce it as “case”).

Everytime she addresses me Miss Kace I smile, her voice was the sweetest.

Thus the name of this website.

UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_198bThis is Windi of front office from Montigo Resorts Nongsa (Batam, Indonesia)