A nice travel blogger, writer and illustrator based in Malaysia.
Feature photo and photo below credit to Mogu, from her Facebook site:
This Chao Cheng Teochew porridge at Geylang is my best Teochew porridge so far in Singapore. It beats those in Tiong Bahru and Yeh Shang Hai in Bukit Merah. All the dishes are good and my favorite is steamed mullet (烏鱼) with salted vegetables.
5 Geylang Lorong 39
Site reading and video about Teochew cuisine-
The only Michelin starred ramen eatery from Tokyo has opened its second outlet in Singapore at 18 Tai Seng. The third one in the world.
I like the taste personally. The soup is light and added with truffle puree and olive oil. For the “char siu” (barbecued pork), it uses pork collar instead of pork belly. Like it or not, I think the main thing we get here is to have the experience of having a bowl of ramen awarded with Michelin star.
18 Tai Seng Street, Singapore 539775
Opening Hours: 10am – 9pm
Blue Mountain – It really does turn blue.
Witnessing a sunrise of Australia Outback is simply an awe-inspiring experience. At Uluru.
Lonely angler and the ocean.
Bronte Beach, Sydney.