Loves Hawker Food
I am more of a kaya toast (light) person, along with teh for afternoon snacks.
My regular place to relax is Bishan Park for morning fresh air. If you’re lucky, you will be able to spot otters along the waterway.
Cantonese Tian Tian porridge hawker stall at 02-185 in Chinatown Complex! This has been around since the 60s, which was hidden away on a sidelane off Smith Street then.
And to complement the porridge is chee cheong fun (steamed rice rolls) by Duoji hawker stall at 02-216 in Chinatown Complex. It starts from 7am and sells out by 9.30am. The magic lies in the yummy thick sweet sauce!
Le Hoh Boh. Always a good start to greet others “How are You?”
We are so blessed to live in Singapore with islandwide connectivity and commuting, availability of local ethnic and cultural cuisines, conveniences for 24-hr shopping areas, as well as able to live closely to family members and friends.
Getting over the causeway and drive around Malaysia to discover the traditional (“lao kuan”) or heritage snacks and food in the small towns like Yong Peng, Bentong, Sungai Lembing, Kuantan, and the list goes on.
Make everyone comfortable
Stay happy and enjoy Singapore!