Yearly Affair



It's the time of the year where I need to serve the country. Second In Camp Training. People may think it's a waste of time but to me it's not. This is because I can take a break from my life for awhile and not care, catching up with the camp mates and also I can have a good rest.

We did nothing much in camp though this time. We have route march (4km) only with SBO and weapon, live firing, platoon battle course and IPPT. That's it. It's great catching up with these people, knowing what they're up to now and how's life for them. At the same time I can brag about myself. Hahahaha! And also silently laugh at those who used to look down on me because their life is kinda pathetic now. * yea, I'm bitchy and everyone knows it hah*


Overall, this second ICT is not bad. I manage to get marksman, free $200 and also I don't know how the he'll I got the top 10% soldier. I guessed I must be well liked by my superior! The most fucked up thing is my unit will be on standby from December till January. Damn it, we can't even go overseas.


I really looking forward to the next ICT. Haha.

Keep Your Circle small

2016

2017


HAPPY BIRTHDAY MANDY !!!
Hey Soon Hui Ling, Happy Birthday!!! I'm happy that I've met you and the rest of the JYA. I'm glad that we left that hell hole for the better (except for me, SOON i'll be leaving). I wish you all the best for your future and may you achieve what you always wanted. *thyxiaoling hahaha!

All's Well That Ends Well



Yeah! Finally it ended. It was really a great experience, through this competition I have learned quite a few things. I'm more comfortable with myself now. I used to overthink about myself whether I'm good enough, how i behave in front of people and all the negative things that you can think about. After the last challenge, I feel really at ease as some of my darkest secret is being shared. Haha it may sounds like i have lots of secret. I'm sure "we all have stories we won' ever tell". I think by the end of this year I'm going to reveal my darkest secret. So yea!


Okay back to the competition, I felt quite disappointed though because i really did gave my all in this competition. I thought at least I'll get into the top 3. I really feel very low and that's when i started to think whether I'm really ugly, is it my race, is it that I'm talent-less or is it because I'm just not good enough. 


After the encouraging words from my friends, i felt much better. I know i didn't win top 3 but i did won something much greater. I manage to get to be the finalist, gain more experiences and the biggest reward is that i finally did something which i don't think i will ever do which is sharing something really close to my heart.

this is what I tattooed behind my shoulder


Well, this is not the end of my journey. In-fact, this is just the beginning. Since I'm more comfortable with myself, I'll take part in more competition. I already submitted my application for stylexstyle. Wish me luck!


I Pledge



I'm sure you have watched my videos. So, I’m not going to repeat it by writing it down because it will just bore you. For those who don’t really know what is self harm or what to seek help for self harming, you can read more about it.

Cutting and Self-Harm 

How to Feel Better without Hurting Yourself
Self-harm can be a way of coping with problems. It may help you express feelings you can’t put into words, distract you from your life, or release emotional pain. Afterwards, you probably feel better or at least for a little while. But then the painful feelings return, and you feel the urge to hurt yourself again. If you want to stop cutting or self-harming but don’t know how, remember this. You deserve to feel better, and you can get there without hurting yourself.

What do you need to know about cutting and self-harm?
Self-harm is a way of expressing and dealing with deep distress and emotional pain. As counter intuitive as it may sound to those on the outside, hurting yourself can make you feel better. In fact, you may feel like you have no choice. Injuring yourself is the only way you know how to cope with feelings like sadness, self-loathing, emptiness, guilt, and rage.
The problem is that the relief that comes from self-harming doesn’t last very long. It’s like slapping on a Band-Aid when what you really need are stitches. It may temporarily stop the bleeding, but it doesn’t fix the underlying injury. It also creates its own problems.
If you’re like most people who self-injure, you probably try to keep what you’re doing secret. Maybe you feel ashamed or maybe you just think that no one would understand. But hiding who you are and what you feel is a heavy burden. Ultimately, the secrecy and guilt affects your relationships with your friends and family members and the way you feel about yourself. It can make you feel even more lonely, worthless, and trapped.

Myths and facts about cutting and self-harm
Because cutting and other means of self-harm tend to be taboo subjects, the people around you—and possibly even you—may believe serious misunderstandings about your motivations and state of mind. Don’t let these myths get in the way of getting help or helping someone you care about.

Myth: People who cut and self-injure are trying to get attention.

Fact: The painful truth is that people who self-harm generally harm themselves in secret. They aren’t trying to manipulate others or draw attention to themselves. In fact, shame and fear can make it very difficult to come forward and ask for help.

Myth: People who self-injure are crazy and/or dangerous.

Fact: It is true that many people who self-harm suffer from anxiety, depression, or a previous trauma, just like millions of others in the general population, but that doesn’t make them crazy or dangerous. Self-injury is how they cope. Sticking a label like “crazy” or “dangerous” on a person isn’t accurate or helpful.

Myth: People who self-injure want to die.
Fact: People who self-injure usually do not want to die. When they self-harm, they are not trying to kill themselves. They are trying to cope with their problems and pain. In fact, self-injury may be a way of helping themselves go on living. However, in the long-term, people who self-injure have a much higher risk of suicide, which is why it’s so important to seek help.

Myth: If the wounds aren’t bad, it’s not that serious.
Fact: The severity of a person’s wounds has very little to do with how much he or she may be suffering. Don’t assume that because the wounds or injuries are minor, there’s nothing to worry about.



Self-harm includes anything you do to intentionally injure yourself. Some of the more common ways include:

• cutting or severely scratching your skin
• burning or scalding yourself
• hitting yourself or banging your head
• punching things or throwing your body against walls and hard objects
• sticking objects into your skin
• intentionally preventing wounds from healing
• swallowing poisonous substances or inappropriate objects

Warning signs that a family member or friend is cutting or self-harming


• Unexplained wounds or scars from cuts, bruises, or burns, usually on the wrists, arms, thighs, or chest.
• Blood stains on clothing, towels, or bedding; blood-soaked tissues.
• Sharp objects or cutting instruments, such as razors, knives, needles, glass shards, or bottle caps, in the person’s belongings.
• Covering up. A person who self-injures may insist on wearing long sleeves or long pants, even in hot weather.
• Needing to be alone for long periods of time, especially in the bedroom or bathroom.
• Isolation and irritability. 



How does cutting and self-harm help? 

It’s important to acknowledge that self-harm helps you, otherwise you wouldn’t do it. Some of the ways cutting and self-harming can help include:

• Expressing feelings you can’t put into words or releasing the pain and tension you feel inside
• Helping you feel in control, relieving guilt, or punishing yourself
• Distracting you from overwhelming emotions or difficult life circumstances
• Making you feel alive, or simply feel something, instead of feeling numb

Once you better understand why you self-harm, you can learn ways to stop self-harming, and find resources that can support you through this struggle.
Although self-harm and cutting can give you temporary relief, it comes at a cost. In the long term, it causes far more problems than it solves. The relief is short lived, and is quickly followed by other feelings like shame and guilt. Meanwhile, it keeps you from learning more effective strategies for feeling better. Keeping the secret of self-harm is difficult and lonely. And it can have a detrimental effect on your relationships with friends and family members. You can hurt yourself badly, even if you don’t mean to. It’s easy to misjudge the depth of a cut or end up with an infected wound. You’re at risk for bigger problems down the line. If you don’t learn other ways to deal with emotional pain, you increase your risk of  major depression, drug and alcohol addiction, and suicide. Self-harm can become addictive. It may start off as an impulse or something you do to feel more in control, but soon it feels like the cutting or self-harming is controlling you. It often turns into a compulsive behavior that seems impossible to stop.

The bottom line: self-harm and cutting don’t help you with the issues that made you want to hurt yourself in the first place. There are many other ways that the underlying issues that drive your self-harm can be managed or overcome.

Confide in someone
If you’re ready to get help for cutting or self-harm, the first step is to confide in another person. It can be scary to talk about the very thing you have worked so hard to hide, but it can also be a huge relief to finally let go of your secret and share what you’re going through.
Deciding whom you can trust with such personal information can be difficult. Choose someone who isn’t going to gossip or try to take control of your recovery. Ask yourself who in your life makes you feel accepted and supported. It could be a friend, teacher, religious leader, counselor, or relative. But you don’t necessarily have to choose someone you are close to.
Eventually, you’ll want to open up to your inner circle of friends and family members, but sometimes it’s easier to start by talking to an adult who you respect such as a teacher, religious leader, or counsellor who has a little more distance from the situation and won’t find it as difficult to be objective.

Tips for talking about self-harm
• Focus on your feelings. Instead of sharing detailed accounts of your self-harm behavior focus on the feelings or situations that lead to it. This can help the person you’re confiding in better understand where you’re coming from. It also helps to let the person know why you’re telling them. Do you want help or advice from them? Do you simply want another person to know so you can let go of the secret? 

• Communicate in whatever way you feel most comfortable. If you’re too nervous to talk in person, consider starting off the conversation with an email or letter (although it’s important to eventually follow-up with a face-to-face conversation). Don’t feel pressured into sharing things you’re not ready to talk about. You don’t have to show the person your injuries or answer any questions you don’t feel comfortable answering.  

• Give the person time to process what you tell them. As difficult as it is for you to open up, it may also be difficult for the person you tell especially if it’s a close friend or family member. Sometimes, you may not like the way the person reacts. Try to remember that reactions such as shock, anger, and fear come out of concern for you. It may help to print out this article for the people you choose to tell. The better they understand self-harm, the better able they’ll be to support you. 

• Talking about self-harm can be very stressful and bring up a lot of emotions. Don’t be discouraged if the situation feels worse for a short time right after sharing your secret. It’s uncomfortable to confront and change long-standing habits. But once you get past these initial challenges, you’ll start to feel better.



Figure out why you cut or self-harm
Understanding why you cut or self-harm is a vital first step toward your recovery. If you can figure out what function your self-injury serves, you can learn other ways to get those needs met—which in turn can reduce your desire to hurt yourself.
Identify your self-harm triggers 

• Remember, self-harm is most often a way of dealing with emotional pain. What feelings make you want to cut or hurt yourself? Sadness? Anger? Shame? Loneliness? Guilt? Emptiness? 

• Once you learn to recognize the feelings that trigger your need to self-injure, you can start developing healthier alternatives. 

• Get in touch with your feelings 

• If you’re having a hard time pinpointing the feelings that trigger your urge to cut, you may need to work on your emotional awareness. Emotional awareness means knowing what you are feeling and why. It’s the ability to identify and express what you are feeling from moment to moment and to understand the connection between your feelings and your actions. Feelings are important pieces of information that our bodies give to us, but they do not have to result in actions like cutting or other self-harming. 

• The idea of paying attention to your feelings rather than numbing them or releasing them through self-harm may sound frightening to you. You may be afraid that you’ll get overwhelmed or be stuck with the pain. But the truth is that emotions quickly come and go if you let them. If you don’t try to fight, judge, or beat yourself up over the feeling, you’ll find that it soon fades, replaced by another emotion. It’s only when you obsess over the feeling that it persists.
Find new coping techniques
Self-harm is your way of dealing with feelings and difficult situations. So if you’re going to stop, you need to have alternative ways of coping in place so you can respond differently when you start to feel like cutting or hurting yourself. 

• Paint, draw, or scribble on a big piece of paper with red ink or paint
• Start a journal in which to express your feelings
• Compose a poem or song to say what you feel
• Write down any negative feelings and then rip the paper up
• Listen to music that expresses what you’re feeling
• To calm and soothe yourself
• Take a bath or hot shower
• Pet or cuddle with a dog or cat
• Wrap yourself in a warm blanket
• Massage your neck, hands, and feet
• Listen to calming music
• Call a friend (you don’t have to talk about self-harm)
• Take a cold shower
• Hold an ice cube in the crook of your arm or leg
• Chew something with a very strong taste, like chili peppers, peppermint, or a grapefruit peel
• Go online to a self-help website, chat room, or message board
• To release tension or vent anger
• Exercise vigorously—run, dance, jump rope, or hit a punching bag
• Punch a cushion or mattress or scream into your pillow
• Squeeze a stress ball or squish Play-Doh or clay
• Rip something up (sheets of paper, a magazine)
• Make some noise (play an instrument, bang on pots and pans)
• Substitutes for the cutting sensation
• Use a red felt tip pen to mark where you might usually cut
• Rub ice across your skin where you might usually cut
• Put rubber bands on wrists, arms, or legs, and snap them instead of cutting or hitting



Professional treatment for cutting and self-harm
You may also need the help and support of a trained professional as you work to overcome the self-harm habit, so consider talking to a therapist. A therapist can help you develop new coping techniques and strategies to stop self-harming, while also helping you get to the root of why you cut or hurt yourself. 

Remember, self-harm doesn’t occur in a vacuum. It exists in real life. It’s an outward expression of inner pain, pain that often has its roots in early life. There is often a connection between self-harm and childhood trauma. 

Self-harm may be your way of coping with feelings related to past abuse, flashbacks, negative feelings about your body, or other traumatic memories. This may be the case even if you’re not consciously aware of the connection.

Finding the right therapist may take some time. It’s very important that the therapist you choose has experience treating both trauma and self-injury. But the quality of the relationship with your therapist is equally important. Trust your instincts. If you don’t feel safe, respected, or understood, find another therapist. 

There should be a sense of trust and warmth between you and your therapist. This therapist should be someone who accepts self-harm without condoning it, and who is willing to help you work toward stopping it at your own pace. You should feel at ease with him or her, even while talking through your most personal issues.



Helping a friend or family member who self-harms
Perhaps you’ve noticed suspicious injuries on someone close to you, or that person has admitted to you that he or she is cutting. Whatever the case may be, you may be feeling unsure of yourself. What should you say? How can you help? 

• Deal with your own feelings. You may feel shocked, confused, or even disgusted by self-harming behaviors—and guilty about admitting these feelings. Acknowledging your feelings is an important first step toward helping your loved one. 

• Learn about the problem. The best way to overcome any discomfort or distaste you feel about self-harm is by learning about it. Understanding why your friend or family member is self-injuring can help you see the world from his or her eyes. 

• Don’t judge. Avoid judgmental comments and criticism—they’ll only make things worse. The first two tips will go a long way in helping you with this. Remember, the self-harming person already feels ashamed and alone. 

• Offer support, not ultimatums. It’s only natural to want to help, but threats, punishments, and ultimatums are counterproductive. Express your concern and let the person know that you’re available whenever he or she wants to talk or needs support. 

• Encourage communication. Encourage your loved one to express whatever he or she is feeling, even if it’s something you might be uncomfortable with. If the person hasn’t told you about the self-harm, bring up the subject in a caring, non-confrontational way: “I’ve noticed injuries on your body, and I want to understand what you’re going through.” 

• If the self-harmer is a family member, prepare yourself to address difficulties in the family. This is not about blame, but rather about learning ways of dealing with problems and communicating better that can help the whole family.




Cafe Trail


For this Challenge, we are doing it together with all the other finalist on the spot. I’m partnered with vivien. We have 2 cafes that we have to go and explore on what they have. So, read up what me and my partner have for you guys!

Food Anatomy is all about culinary design and food plating in what may seem to be an unorthodox fashion. You may recognise this joint from Timbre+. It’s the same brand except this is its first stand alone outlet.


Located at Tanjong Pagar Centre. You will find colourful layers of deconstructed local delights in “cake” form. Selecting from a selection of different cube dishes on display, you get to assemble your very own meals based on their likings.


Food with such a class usually carries a hefty price tag, but the cubes here are actually sold at surprisingly affordable prices. We had to try the Nasi Lemak. Constructed with otah, egg and pandan coconut rice, each layer blended so well together. The finishing touches of sambal chilli and ikan bilis made the savoury treat all the more sedap and fragrant.




The concept behind Food Anatomy is incredibly innovative. I don’t think I’ve ever had local food in the form of cubes before so this was certainly a first.






Tanjong Pagar Centre, #B2-04, 1 Wallich Street, Singapore 757492
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday (7.30am-10pm), Saturday (11am-10pm), Closed on Sundays











After making its appearance in the popular Korean TV drama series, “Descendents of the Sun (D.O.T.S)“, the popular Korean cafe chain – dal.komm COFFEE has finally arrived at our shores, with it’s first flagship outlet opening at The Centrepoint on 3 December 2016 in Singapore and aims to be a trendy hangout in town with the integration of music as a core theme in its lifestyle cafe concept. The cafe is well-known for being the cafe where the hit drama Descendants of the Sun and Goblin filmed some of their scenes in South Korea, however they should also be known for their delicious drinks! With over 160 outlets across South Korea, Malaysia and Singapore, the coffee chain hopes to be the hangout spot for music lovers.


Fans of K-drama Descendants of the Sun will be thrilled to see the brand’s iconic plushies which were also featured on the show itself! Don’t forget to snap a picture with them, or even buy them home if you’re a big fan of the drama!
Spotting a rather industrial vibe with the use of warm lighting, the cafe feels rather inviting and sets the tone for relaxing time ahead. I must say that the music theme of the cafe really shines through with the placement of speakers, gallery frames and musical-themed ornaments.




An interesting thing to note is that all the furniture in the cafe is custom-made for dal.komm COFFEE with even the feature wall being built with imported bricks that have been salvaged from old houses in Korea. The 120 seater cafe which occupies 3,000 square feet of space will not just be filled with tables and chairs. Fans of the Descendants of the Sun series will definitely recognise the brand’s two iconic plushies.




What’s a cafe without a selection of savouries and pastries to chose from right?
  



The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Road #01-102/103 and #01-01/06
Operating Hours: 10 AM – 10 PM, Daily




Finally the finalist wanna have the feeling of being a Top Model
  
 





5 Skincare Myths


Introducing the new THEFACESHOP Dr. Belmeur skincare range by The Face Shop Dr. Belmeur! This time it is created perfectly for people who have trouble & sensitive skin. This range features a cosmeceutical formulation. Which means it uses mild plant-based ingredients & has a low irritant formula that is perfectly safe for sensitive skin. Women & Men aged between 13 - 30's that has skin trouble such as oily skin, acne prone skin, dry skin & sensitive skin need to check this skincare range! Cosmeceutical skincare is hard to find in stores as they are expensive, but THEFACESHOP Dr. Belmeur is a great option for that.

From the French word “bel” which means lovely/happy and “humeur” which means mood. THEFACESHOP Dr. Belmeur is actually not a name of a dermatologist, but it is the Face Shop’s very own cosmoceutical* line to solve the daily concerns of people with sensitive and/or oily skin types.

As city people, we are all familiar with clogged pores due to the fine dust surrounding us. THEFACESHOP Dr. Belmeur is here to save us – without irritating our skin!
All these products are fragrance-free, formulated with no additives, and dermatologically-tested so they are all gentle enough for everyday use.

The star product of the line though is the THEFACESHOP Dr. Belmeur Ato Salt Cream. It contains 8% dead sea salt to provide deep moisturization and itch-relief for dry skin.
I tried this myself and I’m glad that I have found a new product that can help with my skin issue! My skin stayed moisturized all throughout the day.


5 Skincare Myths
  • A cleanser need to have your skin squeaky clean feels after washing
Using harsh cleansers to clean your skin will strip away the natural oils that protect it from dirt, pollution and other factors that can easily damage your skin. Do your skin a favor and use mild cleaners, they're much gentler and still effective.
  • Toner is a skin cleanser, it  isn’t really necessary to healthy skin, it can help to tighten or shrink pores and it’s a marketing ploy
Our skin is naturally acidic, normally with a pH balance of between five and six. After cleansing, due to the alkaline nature of soap, the pH balance of skin gets disturbed. When this happens your skin needs to work overtime to restore the balance (and that may result in more oil), but using a toner helps to restore this balance quickly. Facial toners provide hydration to your skin, which is essential to maintaining elasticity, smoothness, moisture and a more youthful appearance. Proper skin hydration reduces the signs of aging skin and provides an effective base for the application of facial cosmetics. Many facial toners also provide vitamins and other essential skin nutrients to keep your skin healthy and balanced.
  • All moisturizers are the same
There are several types of moisturizers you can choose from, according to your skin’s needs. It’s easy to choose a moisturizer based on your skin type. There are formulas for oily or acne-prone skin, sensitive skin and dry. You’ll also notice that moisturizers have different textures.
  • You don’t need moisturizer because your face produce a natural oil that can help to moisturize your face
Even if you have oily skin, you can still benefit from the use of a daily moisturizer. And, no, moisturizers don't have to leave your skin feeling greasy and looking shiny. The trick is in finding the right product. Moisturizers are used to improve skin's hydration (think water-content of the skin, not oil-content). They work by slowing the evaporation of water from the skin, helping to keep skin hydrated.  Moisturizing creams and lotions reduce moisture loss and increase water content of the epidermis. Moisturizing products aren't just for, well, moisturizing.  They also form a protective barrier on the skin's surface and give the skin a soft, smooth feel.
  • Tanned skin is healthy glowing skin
Often when people have prominent acne scars, they try tanning to try to make the scar fade or hide it by darkening the skin around it. In fact, tanning is one of the worst things you can do for a scar. For starters, scar tissue is different from normal skin and much less resistant to damage caused by ultraviolet rays




I have oily and acne prone skin. In THEFACESHOP Dr. Belmeur skincare range, comes in 2 different categories that you can choose. Daily Repair (dry and sensitive or hypersensitive skin condition, Clarifying (for oily & acne problem skin). THE FACESHOP Dr. Belmeur Skincare has a skin sync formula. It means, that it closely resembles to our skin structure, which is easily accepted by our skin, this allows full absorption to your skin. It has a very mild formulation which is safe to be used even you have a very sensitive skin. It is mild plant-based ingredients & fragrance-free.


THEFACESHOP DR.BELMEUR BUBBLE FOAM CLEANSER & FOAM CLEANSER




It is 150ml. It is low-irritant foam cleanser with pH level of 6.0. Helps to unclog pores


THEFACESHOP DR.BELMEUR DAILY REPAIR TONER





THEFACEAHOP DR.BELMEUR CLARIFYING TONER


The toner is formulated with low irritant formula. Each bottle contains 200ml of product and comes in a very convenient bottle that allows you to dispense the product out nicely onto a cotton pad. This toner has a clear syrupy texture, not too watery, and not too thick. It has an ingredient called Polymeric Water Gel System. This helps to hold in moisture to your skin. It has a natural Fresh Berry + musky scent. Best to be used after you cleanse your face.

THEFACESHOP DR.BELMEUR DAILY REPAIR MOISTURIZER



THEFACEAHOP DR.BELMEUR CLARIFYING MOISTURIZER




Each tube comes with 120ml of product. This moisturizer has a very light, bouncy cream texture. It does not leave any stickiness to your skin and has a very refreshing finish after you massage it into your skin. It has a natural fragrance of Rosemary, Lime & Tea Tree. A very soft citrusy fragrance. This best to be used after applying toner.

 
THEFACESHOP DR.BELMEUR DAILY REPAIR ATO SALT CREAM




The star product which is also my favorite among all. This is The Daily Repair Ato salt Cream. It contains 8% Dead Sea Salt. It is an excellent product for eczema problem too! Why? The Daily Repair Ato Salt Cream are formulated with dead sea salt, which can help to soothe the itchiness of the skin. Iit has a very soft cream  texture which absorb so nicely onto skin. This can also be used for your whole body! 






The Alphabet Challenge



For this 4th Challenge, we are given random alphabets and we are supposed to go the shops in 313@somerset that starts with the alphabet. I was given A, F, L, M, O and W. We are supposed show the different things we can do at there. 313@somerset assembles an exceptional range of leading global and local brands that deliver a unique, expensive and aspirational midlevel fashion. Embrace Singaporean passion for fashion. This is how I spend my day at 313@somerset with my friends. 


       


If you’re going to shop at 313@somerset, you need to download this app “Tring 313”. It is a mobile application that brings users a revolutionary service utilizing location-based targeting technology. It helps to discover exclusive offers and promotions within the mall.


 

First, we head up to ALDO to look at all the shoes and accessories. And we lucky because they are having 20%, 30% and 50% discount for selected items.







We went to Forever 21 to look at trendy offerings and affordable clothing, accessories, and beauty products for women and men.

 


Next, we had to check out all the cool sneakers at L.E WAY. It’s Singapore most famous source for dope sneakers from designer. It’s theme after a street alley. L.E WAY stocks footwear and apparel from famous skate brands such as Nike SB, Vans, Supra, DC, Adidas Skate. It also stocks skate decks as well as tools. Indeed, L.E WAY is the home of all things skateboarding. 



 

MUJI offers a wide variety of good quality products including household goods, apparel and food. MUJI in Japanese translate as “no-brand quality goods.” MUJI’s products is born from an extremely rational manufacturing process, are succinct, but they are not in the minimalist style. They are like empty vessels. Simplicity and emptiness yield the ultimate universality, embracing the feelings and thoughts of all people. There are more than 700 MUJI stores around the world carrying more than7,000 items.


 

O’ma Spoon means “mother’s spoon” claims to be Singapore first contemporary Korean dessert café franchise owned and operated by Korean. It’s an original concept develop in Korea. It has authentic flavour from Korea and merging the local flavour with uniqueness to meet the local needs. The ice texture is the best.

 




Lastly, we have our dinner at Wildfire Burgers. It is the only establishment in Singapore to use Rangers Valley Black Onyx 100% pure Black Angus Range for the patties. Only Michelin-starred restaurants around the world uses this limited supply of beef. Their signature burger is the award winning Blackmore 100% Fullblood Wagyu Beef patty. Guess what? It has All Day Breakfast.





So, this is my wonderful experience at the 313@somerset. Being a design student, shopping is one of my favourite things to do so knowing about the good deals that they offer, it really makes me happy. I hope you guys will check it out for yourself.