Singapore’s Bakeries and Tallest Slide Featured in The Guardian and NY Times

It always feel great when someone else writes lovely things about your country.

Award winning baker, Dan Lepard, reveals the top 10 sweet treats in Singapore. This tantalizing article is making me want to head to Chinatown for some local pastries.


{Photo: Dan Lepard}

Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 now has the tallest slide. Read it at The New York Times. This may appeal to dare-devils, but I am definitely not going on that thing.


{Photo: New York Times}

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10 Responses to Singapore’s Bakeries and Tallest Slide Featured in The Guardian and NY Times

  1. kierstens says:

    Ok seriously – I MUST get on that slide. Do you have to be inside security, or can I go as an airport visitor?

    (You know your life has reached a whole new low when you find yourself asking “is this blog-worthy?” rather than “is this really safe?”)

  2. bookjunkie says:

    I am that way too. I end up eating what I shouldn’t if it’s blog worthy!!

    I am eagerly awaiting your blog review of that new slide…i am just too chicken.

  3. 365days2play says:

    I’ve seen that slide up close, it looks scary!!!! You have to spend $30 and you get 2 free tokens to spend. It’s in the public area on the 3rd floor as well as 2 floors lower. (ie there’s a tall slide and a short slide)

  4. 365days2play says:

    Oh it is fully covered so it is not that bad, but they do have a height limit for children.

  5. 365days2play says:

    Nonono it’s free. Just spend $30 at any of the airport shops and you are entitled to 2 tries. Eh…..I doubt so..HAHAHAHA

  6. J says:

    Damned, I should have tried that yesterday after dinner! I will remember that the next time I head there 😉

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