HONG KONG: A New City! (Day 1)

Wandering around the streets on my first day, a realisation dawned upon me. Every sight, every smell, every sound was new, unfamiliar. It was an adventure. But yet, for the many citizens that have resided in Hong Kong their whole lives, would it not be just another day? Mundane, even boring?

For me, my day started in the wee hours of the morning on 21 December. Surprisingly, I wasn’t tired, though I knocked out once our plane took off. Or should I say… SCOOTed off? Hehehehehe…

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Singaporean food!

A while back, a fellow WordPress user, thepinkpigeonpost, stopped by my blog and asked me to show some Singaporean food. Many ideas came to mind, but it’s not that easy.

One thing about my country that I’m proud of is our food paradise. It comes with our multi-racial and multi-religious culture. Whatever you can think of, chances are a street stall or a restaurant in this ‘tiny red dot’ offers it. Not everything, but enough variety to leave one spoilt for choice.

However, how exactly do we define Singaporean food when most of it originated from elsewhere? I don’t know the answer to that. We do have our famous Hainanese Chicken Rice and Chilli Crab, but I want to go into other alternatives that tourists (maybe Singaporeans?) may not know about.

Hence, instead of Singaporean food, here is a list of some of Singapore’s (in my opinion, anyway) favourites!

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