When it comes to eating Thai wanton mee in Singapore, there’s only one name that you need to know: Soi 19.
If you missed the first edition of the container pop-up market, no worries, there's one ongoing right now at Ang Mo Kio Hub!
Making Nonya Kueh is not a typical career path most Singaporean men would take fresh out of National Service. Most of us would dream of being teachers, doctors, engineers but this 23 year old decided to take on a whole new challenge and sell Nonya Kueh using his ah mah's recipes.
Meet Jack. He's a 28 year old Spice Maker in Singapore. Anthony the Spice Maker is a hipster looking spice shop tucked away in Ang Mo Kio's wet market. At first glance, anyone would think it's a fancy stall selling tea leaves or coffee beans. Take a closer look and you'll realise that it's a shop selling spices.
If you're a fan of Taiwanese Taro Balls and Blackball, you'll love Nine Fresh's fresh, local spin on the Taiwanese classic.
Nothing like some freshly roasted beans and a palette of interestingly bizarre cheese tarts to get your tastebuds tingling!
Is your pup's birthday just round the corner? Put the kibbles aside for a day and get a birthday treat for your dog at these paw-some bakeries.
These games won't jeopardise your relationships like how Monopoly did
They say home is where the heart is. Here are some of the few unbelievably grand and opulent homes you can find in our little Singapore island.
Definitely worth a visit.
Seafood. Gravy. Noodles. Can it get any better?
Specially for those with bottomless pits.
Not your typical food tour. Explore the untold Singapore stories on Makan Bus too!
Singapore is a food haven! Head on over to any of these places if you're looking for something underrated, unique and delicious!
The MakanBus, which starts operation today ferries passengers to the doors of eateries in housing estates such as Toa Poayoh and Ang Mo Kio
Hungry after a night of catching Pokemon Go? These places serve up some amazing late night supper and they're near Pokemon Hotspots! WIN.