TaoKaeNoi's First S'pore Outlet Lets Us Get Our Seaweed Fix Without Flying To Thailand!

Back in primary school, seaweed snacks were by far the most popular tidbits to munch on. Not only was it small and easy to snack on it was also the cheapest thing you could buy (it was 10 cents back then!). Fast forward more than a decade and seaweed still remains one of most popular snacks we Singaporeans love to binge on.

TaoKaeNoi is now reknown for its Crispy Seaweed snack. Found in most supermarkets, it’s pretty addictive and they come in several flavours like Hot & Spicy and my own personal favourite Tempura!

TaoKaeNoi is so popular here in Singapore, they’ve decided to open their very first international TaeKaeNoil Land in Suntec City.

TaoKaeNoi’s Crispy Seaweed

Stepping into the store, we were pleasantly surprised to see a wide range of flavours of TaoKaeNoi’s Crispy Seaweed. From the Wasabi (which can be found at your local supermarkets) to the super unique Peking Duck, the store was filled of floor to ceiling shelving chock full of TaoKaeNoi’s Crispy Seaweed.

TaoKaeNoi’s Crispy Seaweed

To celebrate the opening of its first outlet outside Thailand, TaeKaeNoi Land has an ongoing promotion. You can get your hands on any 4 of TaoKaeNoi’s Crispy Seaweed at only $10!

iPlus Seaweed

If flavoured seaweed isn’t your cup of tea, TaoKaeNoi has brought their other products over to our shores. Look out for the iPlus seaweed, which consists of generous offerings of dried shrimp amongst thin strips of seaweed. Just slightly salty, the combination of the crunchy seaweed and dried shrimp actually brings out the salty-sea flavour of the seaweed.

Durian Flavoured Big Bang Grilled Seaweed

While making our way round the outlet, we spotted Cheese flavoured Crispy Seaweed and even Durian! We had to try it out the Durian Big Bang Grilled Seaweed for ourselves, and we were surprised at the light taste. With just a hint of durian, it’s a ‘So Singaporean’ snack worth having a go!

TaoKaeNoi Ramen

Craving for something quick and filling? TaoKaeNoi is offering up their very own ramen, with flavours like Tom Yum, these ramen packs have TaoKaeNoi seaweed bits right in the broth!

Thai Treats 

Thai Biscuit Sticks

While the majority of the products in the store are TaoKaeNoi’s, TaoKaeNoi Land also carries other Thai treats. Coconut and banana flavoured coated biscuits are the perfect treat if you’re craving something slightly sweeter.

Wholesome Nut Bars

Not much of a sweet tooth? TaoKaeNoi also carries a range of healthier products. Nut bars are up for grabs if you need a quick pick me up but want a healthier option!

Flavoured Lemongrass Teas

And to wash all these sweet Thai treats down? Get your hands on the range of lemongrass teas. Infused with Pandan or Ginger, your afternoons are now set with these flavoured cups of tea.

Flavoured Toffees

Decadence takes a new meaning with the flavoured toffees that TaoKaeNoi Land carries. A unique twist that brings East and West together, these flavoured toffees come in Durian and Mangosteen. Wrapped in individual packaging, you’ll never fear the toffee losing its authentic taste!

TaoKaeNoi’s Online Facebook Game

TaoKaeNoi App

TaoKaeNoi is celebrating this festive season by rolling out their very own app. Available on iOS and Android mobile platforms, TaoKaeNoi’s app can only be accessed if  you can get your hands on game cards. Each game card holds a unique password which entitles you to one turn at the game. And from 10 Dec to 28 Feb, the top scorer of each day will get their hands on $128!

DSG Tip: Purchase Big Bang Grilled Seaweed, Crispy Seaweed and Tempura Seaweed products to get those game cards!

Flip The Cards And Stand A Chance To Win $128

So if you’ve been craving for a snack on the go or if you happen to love TaoKaeNoi’s crispy seaweed snacks head on down to Suntec City and get your hands on some unique, local tasting snacks!

TaoKaeNoi Land Store
Suntec City Tower 3 #03-362 S038983
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm daily

Also Read: Old Is Gold: 5 Places To Buy Unforgettable Old School Singaporean Snacks

 
 
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