Why you should visit Little India now: as one of Singapore's most colourful and thriving neighborhoods, Little India has restaurants and cafes, shops and boutiques, temples and mosques serving the Lion City's vibrant South Asian community.
The Noble Hotel is a budget hotel on Jalan Besar in Singapore. Housed in a renovated shop house, it has small rooms, free Wi-Fi, an optional breakfast. It is located in a working class neighborhood on the outskirts of Little India.
One of Singapore’s most popular buffet restaurants will fly in two renowned Japanese Chefs to share some of their most popular signature dishes with Singapore foodies for nine days in early May.
Trendy hotel in Singapore's Bras Basah Bugis district gets high marks for convenience, style, comfortable rooms, and vibe - even if the rooms are a bit small. There are also two very stylish food and beverage outlets. What do guests think?
Hong Kong Disneyland celebrates spring with springtime celebration while Beauty and the Beast opens at movie theaters as LGBT controversy ignites: Is LeFou Disney's first gay character or the film studio's first OPENLY gay character?
The newly opened Mercure Singapore Bugis is located in Bugis and Bras Basah, one of Singapore’s most vibrant neighborhoods, with lots of shopping and food and beverage outlets..Click for some of the heritage near the hotel.
Top 10 things to see and do in Bras Basah Bugis, Singapore's oldest neighborhood. With a colorful past, it is dotted with museums, monuments, heritage sites, churches, temples, mosques, hotels, restaurants, street markets. Check out 10 of the best!
Rendang Village is an informal café on the outskirts of Singapore’s Little India district. Opened by Malaysian immigrants, it serves yummy traditional Malaysian fare using home-made ingredients. Read an interview with the proprietors.
One Farrer Hotel and Spa is three hotels in one, part of a multi-purpose complex that includes Farrer Park Hospital, a shopping mall, a convention centre, a massive collection of original art, and an organic farm. Is there anything else?
Where to eat on MacPherson Road in Singapore: several restaurants and cafes serve mostly Asian food. Catering mostly to locals, they offer a chance to taste the "real" Singapore far off the beaten tourism track..