FISHBALL STORY is a hawker stall specializing on hand-made fish ball (with no flour) by 23-year old Douglas Ng using his grand mother’s heirloom fish ball recipe. He is the recipient of the overall tastiest feast in the 2015 Chowzter Asia awards.
You got to try this on your next food trip in Singapore!
MARINA MANDARIN is a five star luxury hotel in Singapore with an impressive view of Marina Bay. It’s an ideal location when watching shows in Esplanade, attending conventions at Suntec, or hearing the roars of the F1 cars during the Singapore Grand Prix Formula One race.
Here’s our Marina Mandarin Singapore experience during the #MigUpSG event in Singapore:
I was pleasantly surprised to discover this secret Staff Hawker Canteen at the Changi Airport Terminal 2 public area. Thanks to our friend Andrea of Changi Recommends for sharing with us this well-guarded makan tip in Singapore’s famous airport. 🙂
You’ve got to check out this secret hawker canteen on your next trip to the Lion City!
In 1939, President Manuel L. Quezon opened the doors of the Philippines to 1,300 Jews escaping the Holocaust in Europe before the war erupted. This started the close friendship of Jews and Filipinos, which is commemorated through the Open Doors Monument in Tel Aviv.
In 2013, a documentary entitled Rescue in the Philippinesshared the untold story of this Jewish rescue in Manila. It was heartwarming to hear the stories of Holocaust survivors who were based in Manila and how Filipinos warmly accepted them like their own family.
In November 2013, Danny Pins, who is the son of a Holocaust Survivor in Manila, Margot Casell Pins, joined the American-Jewish Joint Distribution Committee to be the first ones on the ground in Tacloban and help the Typhoon Haiyan Victims.
In 2014, the Israelis also showed their support for our own kababayanRose Fostanes to win the reality singing competition X Factor Israel.
Thank you, Philippines!
This 2015, this close Jewish-Filipino friendship is the inspiration behind the Embassy of Israel’s “Thank You, Philippines!” campaign. It started with the launch of the commemorative Philippine-Israel stamp featuring the Open Doors monument.
On February 26 at 7pm, Rose Fostanes is leading the Thank You, Philippines Jazz Fest at the Music Museum to celebrate the historical friendship between Israel and the Philippines.
This year’s Jazz Festival coincides with the commemoration of the 70th year of the end of World War II, as well as the liberation of Manila. It will highlight the Philippines’ role in the rescue of 1,300 Jewish people from the Holocaust.
Join us as we celebrate this Jewish-Filipino friendship in this Free Thank You concert.
(To reserve tickets to the free concert, please call +632 883-9500 or email [email protected] no later than Monday, 23 February 2015.)
Here are some additional information about the “Thank You, Philippines” Banner Program…
It’s the first Maldivian resort experience in the Philippines, with its own signature Huma-zing hospitality. The resort is owned by Dr. Hamad, a Kuwaiti who believes and invests in the tourism potential of our country.
The first time I was planning my Sentosa Trip with the boys in 2013, I had a hard time because I was not familiar with the attractions and their proximity to one another.
Sentosa is huge and it could be daunting just looking at the map, planning your itinerary and budgeting the trip for the family.
I was planning to buy the Sentosa Day FUN Pass with a promise of getting access to 20 attractions with a caveat that you have to finish all of them in one day. I wonder if it was even feasible to hop from one attraction to another and enjoy it instead of just ticking them off a list.
After several visits to Sentosa, I would like to share with you how to maximize the BEST of Sentosa attractions with an effective 1-day itinerary at the most efficient cost.
Here’s the 2014 Planning Guide to have the most awesome experience at Sentosa using the Sentosa Day FUN Pass:
The PORT OF LOST WONDER is Singapore’s First Kids’ Club at Palawan Beach, with its Pirate Ship waterpark as the centerpiece. The kids are given a Port Pass where they can collect stamps to get prizes and manage their finances via Curio Coins to use for the activities.
Here’s our Port of Lost Wonder experience with the boys…
PORT OF LOST WONDER
Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island Operating Hours: 10.00am to 6.30pm daily (Water Play Area closes at 6pm) Restaurant opens:
10am to 9pm (Sun – Thurs) *Last order at 8.30pm
10am to 9.30pm (Fri – Sat) *Last order at 9pm Facebook: POLW Sentosa Website: http://www.polw.com.sg/
MEGAZIP ADVENTURE PARK specializes in the latest in zip line and high rope activities, with the Imbiah Hilltops as the backdrop. The park includes five adventure activities—MegaZip, ClimbMax, NorthFace, ParaJump, and MegaBounce.
We tried the MegaZip with Aidan and the MegaBounce for Joshua & Raphael. Here’s our experience…