Singapore has a lot of things to offer especially when it comes to teasing your taste buds. The locals and the tourists see this. This is the reason why Mr. Harry Ang decided to put up a Singapore inspired restaurant in Vietnam. Mr. Ang is a Singaporean but he has been residing in Vietnam for thirteen years. In thirteen years, he missed Singapore so much that he put up at least ten Singapore inspired food restaurant throughout Vietnam. He always travels to Singapore to get the ingredients for his restaurants. This is to make sure that the ingredients are fresh and truly Singapore.
His restaurants offer Singapore dishes like:
Char Kway Teow
Char Kway Teow is a famous dish here in Singapore. It is considered one of the national dishes. It is prepared by boiling rice noodles. The rice noodles are then mixed to soy sauce, shrimp paste, sausages and vegetables.
Vietnamese should taste the famous Chilli Crab. Chilli Crabs are very tasty and delectable that Singaporeans always eat this. Chilli Crab is prepared with sauce or rice.
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Hainanese Chicken Rice is a very simple dish yet it captured the heart of locals and Vietnamese. The dish is made steamed white chicken coupled with rice, soy sauce and chicken soup. This is famous that airline companies include this in their menu.
Doing business in another country is hard but if you want to do it, you should try your luck. Mr. Ang was very fortunate. Aside from the profits, he thought about introducing Singapore cuisine to the world and Vietnam is only the start.
Kids are typically curious about anything. They will touch things without thinking what it is. That is purely understandable because that is their nature. They have to feel things even painful ones so they will know how serious it is. As a parent, it is important that you guide your kids and ensure that they are safe always. You can begin by:
Watch over your kid all the time
If it is possible, never leave your kids unattended. You should watch over your kid all the time. If they climb high chairs or beds, they might fall. If you are not following them, they will surely fall all the time.
Keep chemicals out of their reach
Cleaning chemicals and other poisonous chemicals should be stored in high places and make sure it is unreachable by your kids.
Keep sharp objects out of their reach
Sharp objects like forks, scissors, knives and cutters should be kept securely. Sharp objects should be stored in high places to make sure it is unreachable. They might play with these sharp objects.
If you have a pool, always lock the door leading there
If you have a pool, make sure to lock the door leading there. Kids are drawn to waters. To avoid drowning accidents, always lock the door.
There was an accident that shook the world of the parents of Hanano Oyama. The baby girl encountered a drowning accident at Rivergate condominium last June 29, 2013. She was brain dead since then but on July 8, 2013, her parents decided to give her kidney and heart valves to two children. The donated organs will give life to two children.
The couple must be devastated with the loss. Indeed it is very painful to lose a child.
If you want to indulge yourself for some movies, worry no more because here in Singapore, there is always something that you can consider. There are many cinemas that offer screenings of international blockbusters, local films and independent films. Every cinema house is an experience. You can begin with the following places:
Shaw Theatre LIDO IMAX
Shaw Theatre LIDO IMAX lies in Orchard Road. It is the first theatre that featured the IMAX technology here in Singapore. When you consider this theatre, expect top of the line digital sound system and clear images on screens. Theatres at Shaw are designed steeply so there is no obstruction when you watch movies. If you want to ask something, you can simply email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit their website at Shaw.sg/imax.
If you want to watch Asian movies, you can go to Singapore International Film Festival held every April. It screens about two hundred films of different genres. The festival is dedicated to the growth and expansion of local film culture. It is the largest and longest-running film festival in the country.
Screening Room lies in The Arts House. The theatre hosted small film festivals like 2009 Italian Film Festival and Singapore Sun Festival. The Screening Room is comprised of 75 comfortable seats with high quality digital surround system and clear images or resolutions.
If you want more, there are other cinema houses that can offer you the best cinematic experiences. Whatever movie you prefer, the important thing is you enjoyed every moment of it. Happy watching!
As a parent, you should do your best to provide for your kids. Aside from the basic needs (such as food, clothing, security and education), you have to promote the kid’s mental, social, emotional and physical well-being. There are many activities that can facilitate their overall well-being. You just need to look for that perfect activity, support your kid and be there for them. Your presence and love can make a big difference at the end of the day.
In Singapore, there are many activities that give importance to kids and their development. The government is also giving importance to family and youth. This is all for the national development. In this case, if you are thinking about activities that your kids can join, here’s a list of things you can consider:
Children’s Season 2013
The Children’s Season is an activity that presents military training, parade and battlefield fighting to the public. It will be on May 18 to June 30, 2013 at the Army Museum of Singapore (10am to 6pm except on Mondays). There are many activities in store for your kids there. The admission for children will cost S$3.00 while S$5.00 is asked from adults.
Science Centre Singapore
The centre houses theatres and observatories with the best telescope. Aside from that, there’s Snow City. Your kids will be awed.
Singapore Discovery Centre
SDC features galleries and exhibits about the Singapore Armed Forces. There are many interactive displays the kids can feel and experience.
As a parent, you should teach your kids how to love and respect other life forms. In the zoo, they will see a lot of animals and they will appreciate their existence.
There are many places that offer different experience and learning that you can consider. Kids will surely enjoy the places.
Have you heard about Stomp? Stomp is back in Singapore to perform. They will again rock Singapore with new routines, latest music and choreography. The theatrical show has become a hit for more than 22 years with multiple awards. The group uses body and ordinary objects (like trolleys, plastic bags, bin covers, etc.) to create a lively performance.
The group is composed of eight individuals or performers that do things in harmony to create rhythm, dance and portray emotions. When you hear the stomping, drumming and other feel-good noises, you will surely feel the rush and the happiness. This is a must-see theatrical show. Many people will surely not miss it especially if they read the phrase “back and better than ever”. Try not to miss it. Here are some things you need to know about the show:
When: You can choose what day to watch. The show will begin on June 18 (7:30pm). The next show will be on June 19 (7:30pm) followed by June 20 (7:30pm), June 21 (7:30pm), June 22 (2:00pm and 7:30pm) and June 23 (1:00pm and 5:00pm).
Where: Where else? Go directly to 10 Bayfront Avenue and head to Marina Bay Sands- Sands Theatre and try not to be late.
Restrictions: The show is for all. You can bring your kids here if you want. It will surely stimulate their creativity and imagination not to mention they can appreciate theatrical performances at an early age.
Tickets: If you want to get the best seat, you should book early. Early birds are entitled to choose their own seat. For VIP seats, expect S$150.00. A Reserve charges S$130.00, B Reserve charges S$105.00, C Reserve charges S$85.00 and D Reserve charges S$65.00.
Stomp may not return for a long time so grab this opportunity. Enjoy!