best sights in singapore

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hi!, everyone! as some of you guys might already know, i recently visited my family in singapore. singapore is a small island which lies right by the equator and we joking say there’s only two seasons in singapore : hot and very hot.


best sights in singapore

best sights in singapore, i’ve had my share of memories in singapore since i spent my adolescent years there for 8 years. i went to an international school with a british background so i actually used to speak in a british accent

before naturally switching to american but i can’t seem to recall when this happened to me. singapore is cosmopolitan melting pot where various cultures and ethnic groups live togehter surely, chinese is the largest ethnic group with over 70% but there’s a whole array of other cultures such as malay, indian and especially western culture since singapore is truly a place where the east meets west. and heck, they even have a non-official koreatown called little korea in tanjong pagar. one of my favorite restaurants in singapore is an italian place called pietrasanta. my parents took me there for the first time about 3 years back,

and every time i go back to singapore, we go there at least once. and my favorite dish there is the burrata. it’s basically like mozzarella cheese but the big difference is that only the outside is mozzarella and the inside is soft stringy curd and fresh cream. so in italian, burrata literally translates to buttered. we had other dishes, too. the diavolo pizza and a seafood spaghetti… and a tiramisu and coffee to finish it off. as an island city, singapore is famous for its variety of seafood.

we usually hit up a famous restaurant called jumbo at dempsey hill but we decided to cross borders to malaysia for some paper chicken and seafood. it’s a no-frills restaurant called teck sing, famous for their paper wrapped chicken and fish head curry. paper chicken is malaysian food, we had our prawns in thai style and i believe the fish head curry was an invention by the indian residing in singapore. and i would definitely recommend the chili kang kong if you can take a little bit of spicy food.

this was my vlog of singapore where food from 4 different countries can comfortably be placed in the same table.


hi!, everyone! as some of you guys might already know, i recently visited my family in singapore. singapore is a small island which lies right by the equator and we joking say there’s only two seasons in singapore : hot and very hot.


best sights in singapore

best sights in singapore, i’ve had my share of memories in singapore since i spent my adolescent years there for 8 years. i went to an international school with a british background so i actually used to speak in a british accent

before naturally switching to american but i can’t seem to recall when this happened to me. singapore is cosmopolitan melting pot where various cultures and ethnic groups live togehter surely, chinese is the largest ethnic group with over 70% but there’s a whole array of other cultures such as malay, indian and especially western culture since singapore is truly a place where the east meets west. and heck, they even have a non-official koreatown called little korea in tanjong pagar. one of my favorite restaurants in singapore is an italian place called pietrasanta. my parents took me there for the first time about 3 years back,

and every time i go back to singapore, we go there at least once. and my favorite dish there is the burrata. it’s basically like mozzarella cheese but the big difference is that only the outside is mozzarella and the inside is soft stringy curd and fresh cream. so in italian, burrata literally translates to buttered. we had other dishes, too. the diavolo pizza and a seafood spaghetti… and a tiramisu and coffee to finish it off. as an island city, singapore is famous for its variety of seafood.

we usually hit up a famous restaurant called jumbo at dempsey hill but we decided to cross borders to malaysia for some paper chicken and seafood. it’s a no-frills restaurant called teck sing, famous for their paper wrapped chicken and fish head curry. paper chicken is malaysian food, we had our prawns in thai style and i believe the fish head curry was an invention by the indian residing in singapore. and i would definitely recommend the chili kang kong if you can take a little bit of spicy food.

this was my vlog of singapore where food from 4 different countries can comfortably be placed in the same table.

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