Archive for the ‘Singapore’ Category


September 29, 2010

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle in Singapore.
  2. If you’re craving for a good cocktail.
  3. If you want to see how they storage their bottles – just hanging on the ceiling. Cool!

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August 8, 2010

3 reasons to stay here:

  1. If you like theme hotels. Three floors with 29 rooms. All decorated differently.
  2. If you like French cuisine: the restaurant Cocotte serves sharing portions.
  3. If you like funny monsters: in some rooms you’ll find them.

From 100 euro a night, check out:

Have you been there? What would be your reason to go?


August 1, 2010

3 reasons to eat here:

  1. To eat at one of Singapore’s best restaurants (as voted by Time Out magazine).
  2. To eat outside at pink loungesets.
  3. If you’re a fan of Thai cuisine.

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Have you been here? What would be your reason to go?


July 24, 2010

When I stayed in le Studio 22 in Paris the bathroom was filled with Aesop goodies. I was afraid to use it, because I didn’t want to. It looks so stunning that you only want to keep it in your bathroom on a special shelf. That’s exactly what the owners think based on the beautiful Aesop stores around the world. In september there is a new one opening in Paris, but you can find Aesop stores in London, Zurich, Tokyo, Basel, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and ofcourse in Australia (the home of Aesop).

This bodylotion is perfect as an after shower treatment for your skin. Price: 75 euro.

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Images from the Cool Hunter and taken in the Aesop store in Melbourne.


June 17, 2010

3 reasons to eat at Spruce:

  1. Because of the great terrace
  2. Because of their signature dish: the Spruce Burger
  3. If you love cheese and wine, because they have a cellar full of it!

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May 4, 2010

3 reasons to shop at Chocolate Research Facility Singapore or Shanghai:

  1. If you like chocolate
  2. If you love chocolate
  3. And if you like chocolate in lovely packages

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May 3, 2010

Most striking feature:

Lounge. In a world where everyone uses the word ‘lounge’ to promote their beds and the lazy way of going out, there was a first. And that one goes to the Supperclub. Started in Amsterdam, where I visit some After Fashion Week party’s, followed by Singapore, Istanbul, San Fransisco and the recently opened one in London. Nowhere in the world are the beds so large, is the service so extremely good and the entertainment so, uhm, bizarre. Like the man with the didgeridoo I saw in 2004 on the Supperclub Cruise.

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