Singapore’s Secret Places To Eat, Drink, and Play – By Singaporean Bonnie Wong

26 October 2016

Bonnie Wong is the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Creative Eateries, an F&B leader in Singapore

Born and raised in Lion City, Bonnie says she loves that she can leave her house at any time of day or night, “unaccompanied and unafraid.”

 

To run from the crowds

 
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On weekends, Bonnie goes for late-morning runs at Lower Peirce Reservoir Park or the above-ground Henderson Waves Bridge (pictured). “They’re very peaceful compared to the more popular parks,” she explains.

Old Upper Thomson Rd; Henderson Rd, Singapore 159557

 

For classy concerts

 
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Bonnie enjoys watching SSO Classics in the Park and Ballet Under the Stars in the Mother Nature-made venues of the Singapore Botanic Gardens (pictured) and Fort Canning Park. (www.sso.org.sg; www.singaporedancetheatre.com)

 

For local eats

 
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Her go-to for delicious dim sum and Cantonese soup: Asia Grand Restaurant. “The custard bun is liquid goodness,” she raves.

#01-02 Odeon Towers, 331 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188720

 

For fusion finds


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She loves having post-work drinks by the Singapore River with deep-fried chicken skin and ice cold beer from Creative Eateries’ own Talay Thai, a Thai Tapas resto-bar in Clarke Quay that has about 20 small bites specialties.

#01-05 Clarke Quay, 3E River Valley Road, Singapore 179024

 

Her mane man


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She swears by antisplurge Tsubaki’s Extra Moist line. “It’s as good as the salon brands I’ve tried and can be purchased from any Watsons store,” she notes.

 

By Atifa Othman, The Finder, October 2016

 

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