Ever wondered what life is like on one of the most unique islands in the world? Singapore may be a tiny country, but we believe it packs more energy, diversity, and excitement per square kilometer than anywhere in the world. Join us as we regale our expat adventures in this wonderful place we call home.
In this episode, Ale virtually visits his home country and paints an audio picture of life back in Argentina. You can almost breathe in the pristine air of Patagonia, and smell the asado meat roasting on the hearth. Grab a glass of your favorite Malbec to teleport over to the southern end of the world and compare it with life here in Singapore.
Singapore sometimes gets a bad rep for not having a rich arts or performing arts scene. Stacie and Ale seek to dispel this myth over a discussion of their favorite entertainment events, museums, and beautifully designed buildings scattered across Singapore. From live music festivals to local art galleries, the scene is Singapore is ‘poppin. Check it out!
Singapore is undoubtedly the best homebase for travel-loving globetrotters. Within a 3-hour flight radius from Singapore, you can be in 8 different countries with unique cultures and experiences.
In this episode, Stacie and Alejandro recount their beach, cultural and adventure holidays to Fiji, Vietnam, and New Zealand. And these are just a tiny peek into the endless travel opportunities from Singapore. Bon Voyage!
When you think of countries with the most eclectic, unique food culture, Singapore should definitely top the list. Its open-air hawker centers boast some of the tastiest local dishes that are also kind to your wallet. You can try local Peranakan food (a fusion of Malay, Chinese, and Indonesian heritage), and also find Michelin-award winning French and Italian fare all within this small island.
In today's episode, we'll review some of our favourite dining experiences and restaurants to prove why Singapore has one of the best FnB scenes in the world.
It's often the first question we're asked when friends want to know what life is like in Singapore. Do people use the dating apps? Which ones? How do you even maintain a relationship when everyone is so transient?
A happily married Ale interviews a very single Stacie on the highs and lows of trying to find love (or lust?) in Singapore.