Bangkok is a fashion-forward city known for its trendy high street fashion and bargains. I’ve been to Bangkok over a handful of times now and it is one of my favourite destinations to visit in Southeast Asia. There’s an undeniably strong stylistic energy there that I find so exciting and … Continue readingmore +
I arrived at Saigon, the ancient capital city of Southern Vietnam, welcomed by an afternoon downpour. Looking out the windows of the Merc that has been sent to pick me up from the airport, I saw motorcyclists clad in rain ponchos zipping by in this monsoon season. My ride from the airport took approximately … Continue readingmore +
I was quite bent on shutting out as many distractions as possible during the last few weeks of 2013, so that I could kick back and plot my course for 2014. I had thought that I’d be hiding indoors, inside the comfort of my apartment and quietly spending the holidays … Continue readingmore +
Waking up in time to catch the sunset is a luxury for a nocturnal creature like me and I feel so fortunate to have this majestic experience from my Bayview Room at the Conrad Tokyo, with a beautiful orange glow blanketed over Tokyo Bay and Rainbow Bridge. This was one … Continue readingmore +
I am so honored to have been invited as a judge for The New Paper New Face 2013 this year, where the grand final was held at Takashimaya Square on 3 October. *WOOTZ* This is a first-time experience for me, to be judging a modelling contest. When I first received the … Continue readingmore +
Being a purveyor of chic living is hard work. Oh, such hard work. ;) After back to back late nights and skipped meals the week prior due to my attendance of and excitement towards Fide Fashion Weeks events, I was whisked away to a much-needed R&R getaway over the weekend. … Continue readingmore +
I am a hopeless boutique hotel junkie! That should not come as a surprise to you since I am an artsy hipster type who’s a purveyor of chic living. Boutique hotels with carefully curated interior decor items and integrated visual branding get me totally weak in the knees. Every corner … Continue readingmore +
My first Ladies Night experience!
Couple weeks back I found myself at The Exchange, which happens to be one of the best spots to strut your swag at on a Wednesday night in Singapore because from 5-9pm ladies get free flow of martinis, margaritas, and beer there. *blink, blink* I did a double take when I first saw that on the event poster and had to clarify; just to be sure and yes, it is FREE FLOW FOR FREE. Wuuuuuuuudddddd. For the love of mankind, I seriously need to get out of my cave more often. Turns out Wednesday night is the night to get crunked for free. Why is it that I’d never been to one before!? This is friggin’ phenomenal!
Not at all familiar with Seoul, I picked Gangnam Artnouveau City II – a service apartment-type accommodation for my recent trip to Seoul in Gangnam district.
Getting there from Incheon Airport: Rode the airport limousine bus number 6009 from the arrival hall. The ride cost 15000 KWN and took approximately 45mins. We got off at the bus stop on the main road (the driver announced it as Gangnam Station) and walked our suitcases into one of the side streets.
Lunch Actually, Asia’s premier dating company, offers eligible singles the chance to get acquainted by matching and sending them on a date. The initial interview with Lunch Actually’s dating consultants is non-obligatory and free-of-charge. Clients only have to pay if they choose to become a member. Before any future client signs up, every interested individual is invited to Lunch Actually office for a chat to verify each person’s identification and eligibility. All personal information are kept confidential.
Matching is done via a complete psychological, physical and intellectual evaluation, to ensure a high quality match between your date and you.
Following up on my previous post, after I’ve done my homework by sitting in the personal screening/interview and filling out a questionnaire etc., the next step for me is to go on a date with matches that Lunch Actually has shortlisted for me.