My story, a double page spread was out in yesterday’s Straits Times, it’s behind a paywall so I’m sharing it here as I always believed travel tips and info are best shared to enhance other people’s trips and experiences. All the photos were taken by me except the Starbucks Roastery and Bvlgari hotel’s pool. […]
If you’ve never seen Southeast Asia by train, here’s your chance. The Eastern & Oriental Express is Southeast Asia’s answer to the famed Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, one of the world’s most luxurious private trains transporting travellers between London and great European cities, including Venice. Filled with old-world grandeur, colonial influences and indigenous charm, the luxury sleeper […]
Africa and safaris are on my bucketlist, for now I’ll live vicariously through writing about them on Hong Kong Tatler.
This story is behind a paid wall and the editor’s pick under premium content, so I’ve taken the liberty to publish it here as my blog has always been about making recommendations for travel. Apart from the casino shots, the photos inset are taken by me.
A story I did over the summer diving deep into the complex and diverse Mediterranean cuisine for Hong Kong’s Culinary Institute magazine Ambrosia. You can read it here.
I have discovered more about Singapore during my medical sabbatical back home than I ever did growing up and living there for 24 years. My story for the SCMP here. Halal food: mutton murtabak at Zam Zam Singapore. Hanging out with fowls (black swan included!) at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Dinner at Old Airport […]
I followed Singapore’s National Heritage Board Heritage Trail app to discover that alot of my parents favourite old school spots were just walking distance from each other. Several of these stops were on the Balestier trail with the exception of Galicier and Kway’s popiah. From Malay kuehs to old school white loaves of bread, old […]