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In this second installment of Hawker Tales at the Malaysian Food Street we go Penang-crazy, featuring one of the oldest lor mee businesses, a husband-and-wife lor bak team, a char koay teow entrepreneur who started his business at 16, and a chendol made lovingly from scratch. Our four-man team raided these stalls to get a first-hand taste of the delicious morsel to bring you our take on each dish
Here’s more cause for celebration this Lunar New Year!
Valid till 31 March, spend a minimum of $100 within Resorts World Sentosa to redeem a pair of tickets to Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium™ and Typhoon Theatre. Terms and conditions apply.
We’re all probably familiar with the Chinese dragon and its auspicious significance. But did you know that there are different mythological Chinese dragons? And that the dragon’s body is an amalgamation of nine different animals? Usher in the year of the dragon with the following fiery tidbits.
One of the fish served at our signature Chinese restaurant Feng Shui Inn, the freshwater empurau is arguably the world’s most expensive fish. Wild caught from the rivers in Malaysia, the fish’s special fruit diet renders its meat tender and aromatic. Belonging to the carp family, this rare catch requires clean and quiet waters to spawn.
For this Lunar New Year, Feng Shui Inn has created a special ala carte menu that includes the innocuous-looking but very tasty Imperial Empurau Fish Noodles with Fish Paste. Only 10 portions will be served daily from now until February 6. Lower grade fish is usually used to make such fish noodles but head chef Li Kwok Kwong of Feng Shui Inn has daringly experimented with empurau fish to rave reviews. Here’s a look at how the dish is prepared.
We know those of you who haven’t visited have many questions about the Malaysian Food Street. So here are some food facts and stall opening hours (only available here) for you to chew on.
And when you visit, remember to pick up the actual guide, while stocks last!
Imagine having a special picture taken with characters like Po the Kung Fu Panda and Woody Woodpecker, opening the park for hundreds of other excited guests and more – all because you were one of the first few families at Universal Studios Singapore bright and early.
If you have a strong nose for sniffing out quality hawker fare, then you’ve probably heard that Resorts World Sentosa is launching the Malaysian Food Street at noon today. What makes this permanent food street so special, you ask? Here are five things that will make your visit oh so sweet.
Tall. Strapping. Dependable. No, we’re not talking about men, but trees instead.
Over a month ago, 55 of these brawny works of nature hopped on a barge and sailed here from Thailand. Specially selected to leave nice scents and create a visual impact, the trees will make their debut later this year as part of the panorama in the West Zone of Resorts World Sentosa.
Today, we’re launching into the Who’s Who of Universal Studios Singapore. Who can you approach for more information? Exactly what does that red-uniformed staff do? We’ll start from the very beginning to take a look at the folks who will be your first point of contact.