EDMS GOES TO SINGAPORE
Skeery and Gandhi embarked on an amazing journey to Singapore, thanks to Singapore Tourism Board and Changi Airport. They experienced the incredible sights seen in 'Crazy Rich Asians,' the brand new Jewel at Changi Airport, and ate their way through the week. Skeery conquered his fears and went on a mega-zip line and Gandhi had the ultimate adventure going bungee jumping.
Sundown Cocktails at Spago
Located on level 57 of Marina Bay Sands Tower 2, Spago offers an imaginative and seasonal menu of Californian cuisine with global accents, in a sophisticated and inviting atmosphere. Featuring a fine dining restaurant and terrace lounge with an al fresco bar overlooking Marina Bay Sands’ famous infinity pool, Spago boasts a spectacular view of the city skyline and garden.Visit Website
Must try: The ‘Swipe Right’ cocktail!
Transfer by Bumboat to Clarke Quay
Take in Singapore’s historic architecture and bridges aboard the Singapore River Cruise. Enjoy a journey down Singapore’s Civic District, taking in the charming sights of the Victoria Halls, the Landing site of Sir Stamford Raffles and the Asian Civilisation Museum.
Flowing through the city’s dense Central Business District, the Singapore River is closely tied to Singapore’s history and modern day-to-day life. Many of the city’s top nightlife hot spots are also situated along the river, including Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, and Robertson Quay.
Dinner at Jumbo Seafood
Initially operating from a single outlet (now their flagship restaurant) in East Coast Seafood Centre, the restaurant soon gained a loyal following, capturing the hearts of local and overseas gastronomes with its fresh seafood cooked to perfection.
In addition to serving its award-winning JUMBO Chilli Crab, JUMBO Black Pepper Crab, Golden Salted Egg Prawns and Crispy-fried Baby Squids, the chain of restaurants offer other innovative and distinctive menu items, including special seasonal dishes.Visit Website
Must try: Their award winning Chili Crab!!!
Performance & Tea at Siong Leng Musical Association
Established in 1941, Siong Leng Musical Association (SLMA) owes much of its success to its late chairman, Mr Teng Mah Seng, recipient of the 1987 Cultural Medallion. Mr Teng’s spirit in expanding and revolutionising the expressive range of this ancient musical art form has kept Nanyin’s presence and practise alive in Singapore.Visit Website
Lunch at The Coconut Club
Singapore restaurant with a passion for all things coconut. Rediscovering familiar favourites like Nasi Lemak and Cendol.Visit Website
Must try: You can’t go past their classic Nasi Lemak!
Cultural Enclave Tour of Chinatown
Once an enclave for Singapore’s Chinese immigrant population, the Chinatown of today is much-beloved for its blend of old and new, with historic temples and traditional medicinal halls sitting alongside hip new bars and lifestyle shops.
Visit to The Long Bar at Raffles Hotel
The historic Long Bar returns fully restored and continues its proud tradition as the Home of the Singapore Sling.
The earthy décor of the two-storey Long Bar is inspired by Malayan life in the 1920s. The deep, rich colours and lush greenery transport patrons to the edge of a tropical plantation.
In keeping with the relaxed atmosphere, guests are invited to brush peanut shells off the table and bar counter to the floor. This is quite possibly the only place in Singapore where littering is encouraged.Visit Website
Must try: The iconic Singapore Sling cocktail!
Tour of Gardens by The Bay
A national garden and premier horticultural attraction for local and international visitors, Gardens by the Bay is a showpiece of horticulture and garden artistry that presents the plant kingdom in a whole new way, entertaining while educating visitors with plants seldom seen in this part of the world, ranging from species in cool, temperate climates to tropical forests and habitats.
Cocktails at SuperTree by IndoChine
Situated at the top of the iconic SuperTree, IndoChine serves a sumptuous blend of Indochinese and Western cuisines, complete with a wide selection of beverages, cocktails, beers and wine. Whether it's chilling out at the alfresco rooftop bar or dining in the fully air-conditioned lounge, it's the perfect place to soak in stunning, unobstructed views of nature's best on one side and Singapore's iconic cityscape on the other.Visit Website
Must try: Espresso Martini!!
Dinner at Clifford Pier
Occupying the space of the original Clifford Pier, this dining destination at the Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore preserves the pier’s hawker culture while honouring its historical role as the landing point of Singapore’s forefathers. On the menu are the best of Singapore’s culinary delicacies represented by a melting pot of diverse cultures.Visit Website
Must try: The Soup Kambing! A traditional mutton soup infused with local spices!
Tour of Jewel at Changi Airport
You can't miss Changi Airport, which has been rated the top airport in the world for a record-breaking seventh year in a row. It’s newest attraction, Jewel, opened this spring with hundreds of cafes, shops and restaurants, nestled among forest-like gardens, plus the world's tallest indoor waterfall!
Peranakan Experience at the Intan Museum
This tour discovers rare and historical Peranakan artifacts, listen to personal stories and immerse in an authentic peranakan tea experience. Learn more about the culture through jewelry, handmade ornate beadworks and traditional wedding ceremony.Visit Website
Hawker Crawl with Maureen Ow
Born into a family of enthusiastic foodies, Maureen, has always loved all things culinary, especially the local cuisine here in Singapore.
With 4 years of experience as a journalist and producer, she has a wealth of experience in food writing, photography and styling.
Must try: Chicken Rice! Or if you are feeling adventurous – Fish head soup!!Visit Website
What better way to enjoy a night out in the wild than to embark on a Safari Adventure Tour? You and your companions can go on a cosy buggy-and-walking adventure in the company of an expert guide. Hear insider stories about the animals or ask burning questions you might have on the wildlife.
Lunch at Po | Warehouse Hotel
A meticulously restored heritage building in a former godown on the bank of the Singapore River in Robertson Quay. Po is a refined modern Singaporean concept presenting an array of local classics and elevated Singaporean staples. Po seeks to bridge the gap between our nation’s vibrant culinary heritage and our rich collective memories of home cooked specialtiesVisit Website
Must try: Popiah! Malaysian inspired fresh spring rolls!
Dinner at Fat Fuku
The name FatFuku is a tribute to Annette’s Chinese roots. The name embraces the Chinese saying that it is good fortune to be fat. And so, fat=good. And then there’s the English term ‘fat luck’, which is a literal translation of FatFuku.Visit Website
Must try: 64% Dark Chocolate Flourless Roulade!!
Southern Ridges with Nature Guide Karen
Go on a hike in the great outdoors and enjoy the serenity on offer at the Southern Ridges. Comprising 10 km of green, open spaces that connect Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve, these ridges are an alternative for walking enthusiasts, history buffs, shutterbugs, nature lovers, bird watchers and families looking for a different kind of family outing.
Steeped in history and one of the best spots in Singapore to enjoy panoramic views of the city, harbour and the Southern Islands, the Southern Ridges is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.
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Lunch at Keng Eng Kee
Chef Paul Liew cooked for Anthony Bordain and was featured in his Street Food market in New York City!Visit Website
Must try: Salted Egg Crab & Coffee Pork Ribs
Dinner at Salted & Hung
Salted & Hung is a contemporary Australian restaurant with a menu that has a strong focus on in-house curing and grilling.
Elements of smoking, curing and pickling are reflected through the menu using classis curing techniques with the aid of modern instruments to maintain the integrity of flavors.Visit Website
Must try: Pork Belly!
With an emerging food and cocktail scene – 5 local Singapore bars were named in the World’s 50 Best Bars of 2018! We got to try 3 of them!!
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Native is a Singapore Cocktail Bar with a focus on foraging and using regional products and ingredients supporting local and regional craftsmen for its wares, scents, music and more.Visit Website
Must try: Concrete Jungle cocktail!
28 Hong Kong Street
Situated on the ground floor of an old shophouse behind a nondescript door is 28 HongKong Street, one of the best cocktail bars in Singapore and winner of the inaugural Asia’s 50 Best Bars Award 2016. This “secret” bar is famed for its shot drinks, which are larger than the usual serving size, and a wide variety of award-winning cocktails (from S$18++).
Groups can order one of their punch bowls to share – the Presidential Punch, (S$250, minimum five people), is a potent mix of cognac, rum, apricot brandy, peach tea and a whole bottle of champagne. Reservations are a must to secure a spot.Visit Website
Must try: Real Slim Shandy Cocktail!
Operation Dagger is a bar located along Ann Siang Hill, which name was inspired by the movement in the late 1950s. Operation Dagger is anything but conventional, and aims to make the spirits, liqueurs and bitters used at the bar entirely in-house.Visit Website
Must try: Hot and Cold Cocktail!
Crazy Rich Asians Tour
See all of your favourite scenes and the directors inspirations from Crazy Rich Asians on the tour with Phil Choo!
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Lunch at Candlenut
The world’s first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, Candlenut takes a contemporary yet authentic approach to traditional Straits-Chinese cuisine.
The restaurant serves up refined Peranakan cuisine that preserves the essence and complexities of traditional food, with astute twists that lift the often rich dishes to a different level. Helmed by chef Malcolm Lee, Candlenut is committed to continually create inspired and elevated Peranakan dishes using the freshest seasonal produce available.Visit Website
Must try: Blue Swimmer Crab Curry!
AJ Hackett Bungee Jump – For the ultimate adventure experience head to AJ Hackett Bungee! Live life fearlessly like Gandhi!! https://www.ajhackett.com/sentosa/
Mega Zip Line – Fly over the beach and through the jungle of Sentosa like Skeery! At 246ft high and 1475ft long, you will sore at 37mph! https://sg.megaadventure.com/
Tanjong Beach Club – The ultimate getaway on Singapore’s best strip of sand! http://www.tanjongbeachclub.com/
Tapas at FOC
FOC is a buzzy, interactive experience, a vibrant Spanish affair in the heart of Singapore with stunning food and outstanding cocktails. FOC Restaurant, is a collaboration between Michelin-Starred Chef Nandu Jubany, Chef Jordi Noguera and award-winning mixologist Dario Knox under a single establishment. At FOC you will be greeted by sights and sounds of a busy open kitchen and cocktail bar where chefs and mixologists work side-by-side.