Singapore is packed with surprises and delights, from beautiful green spaces and colourful neighbourhoods to hawker centres bursting with delicious multicultural cuisines.
Uncover the Secrets of Singapore’s Serangoon Gardens
Serangoon Gardens is best known these days as a quaint brunch and supper spot, but it is also one of Singapore’s oldest and most beloved estates. When I moved to Singapore 8 years ago, this place was my go-to neighbourhood for local delights. They had everything from my favourite carrot cake (not the dessert kind) to grilled sambal sting ray and even humongous local drinks. However, food is just a small part of the charm of this place. Here is my checklist for you to tick off when you visit this hip little spot.