文诚蜂蜜 Wen & Cheng Honey

When you ask a Singaporean about honey, Manuka would probably be mentioned. However, I was recently introduced to a very unique Logan Honey, produced in Taiwan, by 文诚蜂蜜. Founded in 1961, this Taiwanese honey is famous for its uniquely flavoured honey. The most prominent of which is Longan Honey. In case you are wondering, the longan…

Chateau de Chine Hotel serving Muslim Friendly meals in Kaohsiung

A slightly different take on food. There is a restaurant in Kaohsiung that serves Muslim Friendly meals. Chateau de Chine Hotel (高雄翰品大飯店 – 穆斯林友善餐廳) This restaurant is one of two restaurants in Kaohsiung, Taiwan serving Muslim Friendly meals. All ingredients are halal and specially sourced from suppliers. The meal is served in a private room and…

Chef Teng of Kaohsiung, Taiwan

I was recently in Taiwan. Specifically in the city of Kaohsiung. Now, I have been to Taipei many times for holidays. Yet, I have never been to Kaohsiung for a proper holiday. Many years ago, I did spend a night in Kaohsiung, but one night doesn’t do this beautiful city any justice. The food for one…

A day trip to JB

For the uninitiated, JB is short form for Johor Bahru, the Malaysian city nearest to Singapore. It sits just across the causeway, which is the most common route used by Malaysians and Singaporeans to visit each other’s country. There are other ways to visit Singapore from Malaysia. For example, some elephants found in Pulau Tekong…

Eating, a national passion of Singapore!

Welcome to the first post! Like I said, this would mostly be a photoblog. Besides, food blogs are a dime a dozen. So why am I starting my blog off with a food post? Well, I’m not going to compete with those famous food bloggers. On top of that, food to me is a very…