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Mini Pancakes (Freezer Friendly!) – One Sweet Appetite

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Mini Pancakes are the perfect easy breakfast! A kid favorite recipe AND freezer friendly. Slather with syrup or dust with powdered sugar for a tasty breakfast ready in minutes.

This post was originally published 2013/05/08, It has since been updated to include new photos and instructions.

Having homemade pancakes on hand is SUPER convenient. On busy mornings, when I need to run out the door, all I need to do is grab these from the freezer and pop them in the microwave for 3o seconds.

The original idea came from a box of silver dollar pancakes I picked up at Costco (shout out to all of my fellow Costco shoppers). They pre packed microwave safe bags with a single serving of mini pancakes. I used them once or twice a week as a grab-and-go breakfast or snack recipe for my toddler.

He loved them but I didn’t love the price tag.

This homemade version of silver dollar pancakes is light, fluffy, and loaded with butter flavor. I dare say they are better than the version we used to buy in the store and cheaper!

Recipe Features:

  • Freezer Friendly: Pancakes can be frozen for up to 3 months.
  • Grab-and-Go Breakfast: Ideal for busy weekday mornings.
  • Easy to Customize: Add in your favorite flavors like nuts or berries for a fun variation!

What You Need:

The bite sized pancakes are pretty simple to whip up. All you need is a handful of pantry staples and buttermilk.

  • All-Purpose Flour
  • Sugar
  • Baking Powder and Baking soda
  • Egg
  • Buttermilk
  • Butter

I recommend using real buttermilk but I know sometimes you just do not have it on hand. In that case, see below on how to make your own with just a few simple ingredients!

Ingredient Tip: Try serving these with butter pecan syrup!

Step by Step Instructions:

We serve these with homemade syrup, buttermilk syrup, butter pecan syrup, peanut butter, strawberry syrup, fresh fruit, or a light dusting of powdered sugar.

  1. Preheat a skillet over medium heat.
  2. Whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, soda, and salt. Slowly mix in the egg, buttermilk, and melted butter.
  3. Spread butter on your preheated pan. Spoon tablespoonfuls of your batter onto the pan. Flip when you start to see bubbles popping on the surface.
  4. Serve warm and with your favorite syrups!

Any way you decided to enjoy these tiny bites of goodness, you won’t be disappointed.

Tips and FAQs:

How do you make light and fluffy pancakes?

The secret to light and fluffy pancakes is simple. Use room temperature ingredients and mix by hand. Having your ingredients out of the refrigerator for 20 minutes should bring them to the right mixing temp. This allows everything to combine seamlessly.

Why are my mini pancakes chewy?

Typically, when you over mix your batter your pancakes will be chewy or rubbery. Try to only mix the batter until the ingredients are just combined. Also, avoid the use of any electric mixer.

How to freeze mini pancakes:

  1. Once your pancakes have cooled, place them on a tray. Flash freeze for 20 minutes.
  2. Place in an air tight container or zip top bag. Label and freeze fully.
  3. When ready to eat, microwave for 30 seconds, flipping halfway through.

Buttermilk Substitute:

  1. Add 1 tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice to a measuring cup.
  2. Fill the cup to the one cup mark with milk.
  3. Let it sit for 5 minutes.
  4. Stir and use in your recipe!

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  • 1 cup flour
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 large egg
  • 3/4 cup buttermilk
  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted
  • Additional butter for pan


  1. Preheat a skillet over medium heat.
  2. Whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, soda, and salt. Slowly mix in the egg, buttermilk, and melted butter.
  3. Spread butter on your preheated pan. Spoon tablespoonfuls of your batter onto the pan. Flip when you start to see bubbles popping on the surface.
  4. Serve warm and with your favorite syrups!


How to freeze mini pancakes:
  1. Once your pancakes have cooled, place them on a tray. Flash freeze for 20 minutes.
  2. Place in an air tight container or zip top bag. Label and freeze fully.
  3. When ready to eat, microwave for 30 seconds, flipping halfway through.
Buttermilk Substitute:
  1. Add 1 tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice to a measuring cup.
  2. Fill the cup to the one cup mark with milk.
  3. Let it sit for 5 minutes.
  4. Stir and use in your recipe!

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4Tots | Recipes for Toddlers


Mini dollar pancakes are those small round pancakes with 3-4cm in diameter. My son was treated with these mini dollar pancakes by his 2nd aunt during our last trip to Penang. It was love at first bite for him. Ever since then, he kept reminding us of  his memorable food experience. Knowing that he loved these pancakes so much, I started my mini pancake experiment. After a few rounds of trial and errors, I finally found the secret to making perfect mini soft and fluffy pancakes! Yay! Regardless of  which pancake recipe you follow, place more emphasis on the technique as it helps to produce soft and fluffy pancake texture without having to add too much baking powder.


For these mini fluffy pancakes, I use a simple recipe that calls for all the basic ingredients. What makes it so unique is how the eggs are beaten. Eggs are first separated. Then the egg whites are whipped up to form peaks and folded into the batter. This method will help to create more air bubbles in the batter. When the batter is cooked, the pancakes will puff up magically. Being a person who always flunks science exams, this is indeed a great discovery for me. Hehe!



You may think making mini round or fun shaped pancakes is difficult. In actual fact, it’s not only easy but the most fun part of all in making pancakes. I learned a cool and neat trick on how to do it from this VIDEO. By pouring the batter into a refillable ketchup plastic bottle (refer to the photo in PAGE 2 BELOW), you can control the flow of your batter with ease when creating the size or shape of pancakes that you prefer. Why not get your kids involved and share the fun too? I’m sure they will be very proud to present you with their very own pancake creations. If you can’t find the ketchup bottle, you can also use cookie cutters to cut out different shapes. That’s what I did for the mini love shaped pancakes shown in the photo above.



To increase your success rates in making these mini pancakes, remember to apply the following three basic rules:

  1. Use a good non-stick pan so the pancake can be loosen easily.
  2. Make sure the pan is hot (but not smoking hot) before you put the batter – simply sprinkle a few drops of water onto the pan. If they sizzle away, the pan is hot and ready for use.
  3. Set your heat to medium low.
  4. Make sure the heat is well distributed so it will give your pancake a more even colour.

I had also included extra tips in my recipes at PAGE 2 BELOW.


These pancakes are perfect for both breakfast and tea time snack. You can serve them with your choice of topping and filling, be it sweet or savoury. I love to serve them with yogurts (sometimes sorbet or ice cream) and top with fresh fruits and roasted nuts. I hope this fun filled food experiment of mine will bring you and your kids much joy this September school holidays. Let’s get into action now!


Get the recipe and step by step tutorial for Mini Fluffy Pancakes at PAGE 2 BELOW.



Poffertjes, mini pancakes, in Amsterdam, Netherlands – Iconic Dutch Foods

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What: Even better than the large Dutch pannenkoeken, or pancakes, you can find in Amsterdam are poffertjes, fluffy mini pancakes that are served with a mess of powdered sugar and butter. To make them, batter—typically including yeast and buckwheat flour—is poured over a hot cast-iron pan with shallow half-spherical molds, à la Japan’s takoyaki, and then each little pancake is flipped.

You’ll see them in some restaurants, but the best poffertjes in Amsterdam are made fresh on the street at markets, during festivals/fairs, and in the city’s squares. These are a must-eat on any Amsterdam trip!

WATCH: A one-minute trip through Amsterdam, including these market-fresh poffertjes.


Where: Once we smelled these at the Noordermarkt (Noorderkerkplein), a flea market in the Jordaan that turns into an organic farmers market (Boerenmarkt) on Saturdays, there was no holding us back. The stand selling them was signed simply Amsterdamse Poffertjes; the same vendor sets up at the Albert Cuypmarkt some days too.

When: Saturdays, approx. 9am-4pm at Noordermarkt; Mon, Tues, Thurs at Albert Cuypmarkt (approx. 9am-6pm)

Order: An order of poffertjes—you can get 10 (€2), 20 (€4), or 30 (€5)—comes to you uber-fresh here, with a heavy shake of powdered sugar (watch out for black clothes!) and a generous knob of butter, which starts to melt upon contact with the hot treats. (Nutella and other toppings are also available for a fee, but we think: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. ) Moist and chewy inside, crispy outside, they’re hard to stop eating once you start.

Alternatively: Poffertjes are most common during the cooler months, so if you can’t find an outdoor vendor, you’ll have to resort to what’s second-best: a restaurant. You’ll find these at most pannenkoeken restaurants, including Pancakes! Amsterdam (Berenstraat 38, map)—but it’s the difference between good and great when compared with the fresh street version.


Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Waffles and French Toast Recalled

Photo credit: U.S. Food and Drug Administration

From Good Housekeeping

Pinnacle Foods’ is voluntarily recalling Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles and French toast nationwide due to fears of listeria contamination.

Photo credit: Pinnacle Foods Inc

The food company says they initiated the recall after they found presence of Listeria monocytogenes in their plant environment. According to the FDA, “Listeria monocytogenes is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women.”

Photo credit: Pinnacle Foods Inc

The recall affects all “best by” dates of Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Frozen Waffles & Frozen French Toast Slices that are being sold in the United States and Mexico. The specific products are as follows:










AUNT JEMIMA LOW FAT WAFFLE 17.18oz PKG UPC: 019600062301








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The announcement does not include any dry mixes or syrups by the breakfast food brand. No illnesses have been reported, but retailers are being asked to remove the contaminated products from their shelves. Consumers who have purchased these products are being warned not to consume them and to return to their place of purchase for a full refund. If you have questions about this recall, you can contact Pinnacle Foods at 1-888-299-7646.

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Gimme S’more Oreos!

Pancakes is a popular establishment along Upper Thomson Road that
specialised in mini pancakes. The name of the shop itself already
describe what they are making inside. Minions… ooopss I meant mini

visited this place after a friend’s birthday dinner in an Indian
Restaurant nearby. Filled with curry, naan and basmanti rice, we
decided we want something sweet and a cuppa just to settle the tummy.
The pancakes menu can be divided into three categories: Sweet,
Savoury and Asian. For the ice cream they use the brand ‘New Zealand
Ice Cream’.

Mr & Mrs Pancakes

this is the first time you are here (just like us), this photo should
be able to help you.

Step by Step

The Menu Board

The Counter

ordered Going Nuttella For You ($8.20), which have about 10 mini
pancakes, Nutella, chocolate ice cream, chocolate chips, wafer cubes,
butter and maple syrup. The plating is creative and gorgeous, all the
components look fun and appetizing. The mini pancakes are about bite
size, and goes well with nutella, ice-cream and light clear maple

Going Nuttella For You

Devil (‘LD’) ordered Simple and Sweet ($6.50). A classic way to enjoy
pancakes, with butter, maple syrup and icing sugar.

Simple and Sweet

the pancakes are delicious, we do think that there are some areas
that can be improve. The texture of the pancakes need to be more
consistent, as some of them are quite dry and make it hard to
swallow. They can be more generous with the portion maple syrup. We
paid extra for the maple syrup, but it wasn’t even filled up to the

Peanut Butter Time

coffee lover like myself, you will like the artisanal coffee here. I
was actually attracted by their funky coffee machine before I decided
on the latte. The latte is smooth, bold but with slight acidity after
taste. A good coffee indeed.


décor of the place can look simple, however it is all about having
fun at this place. Service is minimal, it is all about DIY here
starting from placing your order, getting water and cutlery, with the
exception for making the pancakes and drinks.

if you are looking for pancakes, do give Little Pancake a try. They
might not be the best, but their fun atmosphere here is just so
refreshing. Pricing is very reasonable. Cheers!!

& Drink: 7.5/10




per Person: $11 – $25

Little Pancakes

200 Upper Thomson

#01-04. Thomson
Imperial Court

Singapore 574424

Tel: 6258 8515

Op Hours:

Mon: 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Wed – Fri: 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Sat: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sun: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm

Crispy Mini Pancakes from Vietnam

Last month’s recipe was a big hit, and several of you have sent me your photos of egg coffee based on my Vietnamese egg coffee directions. Keep them coming! In line with recent travels, this month I decided to share a banh khot recipe.

Banh khot (Bánh Khọt with diacritical marks) are mini-sized rice pancakes that are fried and served rolled up in fresh mustard leaves and herbs, then dipped in sweetened fish sauce for dipping. There are two main kinds of banh khot that I tried in Vietnam: in Vung Tau, below, a crunchy flatter disc topped with shrimp powder, and in the Mekong Delta, a slightly thicker, spongier disc that was often tinged yellow with turmeric.

It’s not a dish I had heard of prior to visiting Vietnam, having instead gotten to know its larger sister, banh xeo (“xeo” meaning sizzling, accurate for how it is cooked). Banh khot is cooked in a special pan, with mini cups like the ones used to make aebleskiver, Danish pancakes. Another option is the pan used for takoyaki, octopus balls that originated in Osaka, Japan.

Both banh khot and banh xeo are eaten using a similar technique of wrapping the pancakes in greens before eating. The readers with kids that I took for banh khot loved it as there was a DIY method to their meal. But who am I kidding, it’s equally as satisfying for adults too.

Vung Tau, Vietnam from my room at the edge of the beach.

History of Banh Khot

The history of banh khot is unclear. Several Vietnamese friends in Ho Chi Minh City told me that it derives from the coastal region of Vung Tau, and others have said that it derives from deeper in the Mekong Delta. No one I knew was able to trace the dish back to its roots, other than informing me that it was a smaller, sizzling version of banh xeo.

Online research was equally fruitless – “Possibly no one knows when banh khot … appeared in Vietnam’s cuisine and people are sure if the popular and cheap dish is the specialty of the southern coastal province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau” said one site.  Right.

What is clear is that Vung Tau, even if it is not the birthplace of the dish, has certainly become the place to try it. While there are a few places in HCMC that make the mini rice pancakes, they pale in comparison to what we ate at the side of the road in Vung Tau for a fraction of the price.Popular at breakfast, banh khot is also available at several restaurants in town at all hours of the day.

As Tom from Vietnam Coracle notes, “Looking like a collection of asymmetrical coins from a haul of ancient treasure, bánh khọt are mostly found on the southeast coast, but nowhere more so than the thriving beach town of Vũng Tàu.”

What follows is a simplified version of the banh khot found in Vung Tau and Ho Chi Minh City. Often, the shrimp topping is complimented by a shrimp powder (you can see it in the second to last photo below), made with ground shrimp, Annatto oil and fish sauce. The optional powder recipe is found at the end, but the dish is also delicious without it.

Banh khot.

As a celiac, it’s important for me to note that this is also a gluten-free recipe. However, if you take the short cut of buying banh khot mix from a store, do take a look closely at the ingredients, since they often include wheat flour as well as the usual rice flour mixtures.

Banh Khot Recipe: Bite-Sized Rice Pancakes


  • Banh Khot pan (if you cannot find a banh khot pan at a local Asian grocer, then Amazon sells a Takoyaki pan or a cast iron Aebleskiver pan, each of which will do just fine! If nonstick is your jam, this one is an option)

Banh Khot Ingredients

  • 1 package of banh khot flour mix, or 1.10 pounds (500 grams) of rice flour and 0.10 pounds (100 grams) of glutinous rice flour
  • 1 can of coconut milk
  • 1  1/2 cups of water
  • 1/2 cup of hulled mung bean (they can be bought pre-hulled)
  • 10 shrimp, peeled and deveined
  • 1 clove of minced fresh chopped garlic
  • 2 teaspoons of ground turmeric
  • 3 spring onions, chopped (discard the white part)
  • springs of coriander, chopped, for garnish
  • fresh Vietnamese mint, chopped, for garnish
  • mustard leaves, for wrapping
  • romaine lettuce leaves, for wrapping
  • fresh perilla and basil herb, for wrapping
  • vegetable oil
  • 1 teaspoon of salt

Herbs for banh khot and banh xeo


  • In a bowl mix the two flours (or take the bag of banh khot flour) and add the coconut milk  until it is a smooth paste.
  • Add smaller amounts of the water at a time until fully mixed, then the turmeric, and half of the chopped green onion and salt.
  • Wash and chop shrimp into smaller pieces and sauté quickly in a small amount of vegetable oil with with the chopped garlic and the rest of the spring onion and a dash of salt. Set aside.
  • Pour a small amount of vegetable oil into each indentation of the banh khot pan and heat until beginning to sizzle.
  • Add batter into each indentation until approximately 2/3 full, cover and cook for about 3- 5 minutes.
  • Remove the cover and add one or two pieces of shrimp and a tablespoon of mung bean to each of the indentations, then re-cover.
  • Cooking complete when the sides of the pancakes are crispy and batter has fully set. (Usually an additional 3-5 minutes, depending on heat of the stove.)
  • Top each of the pancakes with some chopped coriander and mint and, if you have decided to make it, the dried shrimp topping.

Serve with mustard leaves, romaine lettuce leaves and fresh perilla and basil for to create your own spring roll with each pancake, wrapping a banh khot in leaves and herbs, then dipping it into the fish sauce.

Banh khot with shrimp.

Powdered shrimp topping: (optional)

  • 1/2 cup dried shrimp (soaked in warm water for at least 10 minutes)
  • 1/2 teaspoon annato oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon fish sauce

Rinse and drain shrimp, then pat dry with paper towel and grind them in a food processor. Heat a nonstick pan and fry the ground shrimp mixture with the fish sauce and annatto oil until the liquid has evaporated fully and the mixture is dry, stirring constantly. This can be cooked ahead of time then set aside for later use.

Dipping sauce:

  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2-3 tablespoons of sugar (depending on how sweet you’d like your sauce)
  • 1/2 lime, juiced.
  • 3 tablespoons of fish sauce
  • Optional: 1 clove of garlic (finely chopped) and 2 red chillies (chopped)

Mix water, sugar and lime until sugar dissolves. Slowly add desired amount of fish sauce (more is better!) . If you’d like a bigger punch to the sauce, add in garlic cloves and chillies, though these can be served on the table and added to each person’s dipping dish depending on their preference.

Banh khot shrimp powderBanh khot in Vung Tau

Where to Find Banh Khot in Ho Chi Minh City

If you can’t make it to Vung Tau, there are options in HCMC where you can enjoy this satisfying, crunchy dish.

Banh Khot Co Ba Vung Tau | Address: 102 Cao Thang Street, District 3.

When in the mood for reliable banh khot in town, this is where friends and I would go. The restaurant offers different flavours of pork or seafood, and the giant mustard leaves are bottomless – when you run out, you get more in a flash. It’s also one of the few spots that makes a banh khot chay (vegetarian option) for those with vegetarian dining companions.

Further Reading about Banh Khot and Vietnam

Bon appetit!


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Swissotel The Stamford Singapore 5 * 5 * (Singapore). Tours in 2021 from the tour operator ART-TOUR

Hotel stardom

Swissotel The Stamford is the tallest hotel in Singapore (73 floors), conveniently located in the heart of the business, commercial, historical part of the city.It is part of the Raffles City complex with The Fairmont Hotel. The upper floors offer panoramic views of the city, the bay and the nearby Indonesian and Malaysian islands.

The hotel has 16 restaurants and bars including the famous Equinox restaurant on the 70th floor and the New Asia Bar located on the 71st floor with panoramic views of Singapore at night, as well as the city’s largest banquet and conference facilities.

The hotel has 1261 rooms of various categories:

Classic Room (33.5 sq.m) – rooms located from 8 to 57 floors, consist of a bedroom, bathroom and balcony.

Classic Harbor View Room (34 sq.m.) – rooms located from 21 to 67 floors; overlooking the harbor, composed of a bedroom, bathroom and balcony.

Grand Room (46sq.m) Consist of a bedroom (King size bed) living area, bathroom and two balconies with panoramic views of the city and the bay.

Swiss executive room (34 sqm) -club rooms with panoramic views of the city, the bay and nearby islands, located from floors 57 to 60 and have access to the club lounge with refreshments and light snacks throughout the day, cocktails on evenings, free meeting room, free internet in rooms, Lavazza coffee machine in the room, separate reception.Consists of a bedroom, bathroom

Stamford Crest Suite (68 sqm) – 29 suites located on 65-67 floors; with a panoramic view of the city; consist of a bedroom, living room, bathroom with built-in TV. Guests have access to The Living Room Bar for breakfast, drinks and cocktails, and a private gym and butler service. In the rooms there is an audio system “BOSE” free Internet, coffee maker “Lavazza”

In each room: satellite TV, Internet, direct dial telephone, minibar, coffee maker, kettle, safe, iron / ironing board, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers.

Restaurants and bars:
Alligator pear – restaurant located by the pool offers international cuisine, fresh juices, cocktails
Café Swiss – a restaurant with up to 210 guests, offers Swiss and European cuisine.
City Space – a stylish bar located on the 70th floor where jazz sounds and a pianist plays, a wide selection of rare wines, liqueurs and also specialty Iranian caviar.
Equinox Restaurant – located on the 70th floor with a panoramic view of Singapore and nearby islands, the restaurant offers the best dishes of European and Asian cuisines.
Inagiku – Japanese cuisine restaurant
Ink Club Bar – cozy bar located on the 1st floor
Introbar – an elegant bar with a large selection of cocktails and refreshments
Jaan par Andre – a cozy restaurant decorated with Murano crystals offers French cuisine. Located on the 70th floor.
Kopi Tiam – a restaurant serving Singaporean and Asian cuisine
Lobby Court – a lobby bar on the 1st floor
New Asia – a trendy bar on the 71st floor with a panoramic view of the city at night.
Out of the Pan – pancakes with all kinds of fillings
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Long Friday in Singapore: odin_moy_den – LiveJournal

Hello! This is my first post to the community.My name is Natasha, I am 31 years old, I live in Singapore. I work as a translator and also teach languages: Russian, English and Dutch.

1. Today is Friday, but you will have to get up early and quickly. After all, today my husband’s parents come to visit us from Italy. They are already at the airport, and there is still so much to do!

2. The first thing, of course, to take a shower.

3. Now I need to open my eyes, which means I am making coffee for myself and my husband.

4.This is my breakfast.

5. After that, household chores: I check if everything is in order, make the beds for the guests, prepare fresh towels, water, adapters in the sockets, everything, everything, everything. Now I have finally combed my hair and dressed.

6. It’s me. Good morning!

7. My husband returned from the airport with his parents and sister. Everyone got there well!

8. Brigitte, my sister-in-law is a treasure!

9. The relatives did not come empty-handed, but with whole suitcases of goodies straight from Italy.

10. This is how all colonial goods looked unpacked.

11. How to entertain guests? That’s right – feed!

12. In Singapore, summer is all year round. We eat almost always on the balcony.

13. This is my “second breakfast” 🙂

14. And the clock is still only half past ten.

15. While I was settling the guests and putting things in order at home, I chatted so much with Brigitte and my father-in-law that I was a little late for the meeting.I always try to be on time, so I had to take a taxi.

16. For lunch I meet with Amala, a former colleague from my office days. After two breakfasts, food is out of the question, so my picture is only fresh apple juice on the bottom left.

17. Amala is not only beautiful, but also very kind. She’s been pushing me through lunch to send her my resume because they have a “very suitable” vacancy in their office. I missed you, she says.

18. I accompany Amala back to the office. Here’s a little “business” Singapore.

19. I am in no hurry to return and will take the subway.

20. It’s cool in the metro and you can read it in peace.

21. At home I need to quickly collect my things. Tomorrow morning we are leaving to walk our relatives to the neighboring Indonesian islands.

22. Uff, it’s hot. While Brigitte is swimming, and her husband’s parents sleep off after the flight, I decided to lie down for a while.

23. And at the same time “play” my favorite application “Elevate”.

24. The previous few days I couldn’t get enough sleep, I really wanted to finish several translations before the guests arrived. So before work I stop by for some green-green Japanese tea matya. Very invigorating!

25. Brigitte has not yet moved away from the jet-lag, so her tea is also very useful!

26. I arrived very early, so there is still time to walk first along Orchard Road (Singapore’s main shopping street)…

27. … and then turn onto one of the “historic” streets: Emerald Hill Road.

28. I like this Singapore the most, quiet and calm

29. I like to wander along these streets, look at houses, imagine how this place looked, say, a hundred years ago …

30. Here each house is interesting in its own way.

31. And what a contrast to modern Singapore!

32. But it’s time to run to work! I was hoping for the obligatory selfie in the elevator, but it turned out that there was a mirror only on the ceiling.

33. It’s school holidays now, so one of the language schools where I work has organized a ‘refresher course’ for teachers (only half of the participants in the photo, I came early). Theory + master classes. Today, by the way, it is my turn to give my colleagues a trial half-hour lesson of Dutch. Hup Holland Hup!

34. Everything went well and I finally found an elevator with a mirror!

35. The clock is about 20:30 and it’s time for me to run to China Town!

36.A must-see item of the “cultural program” for all guests: a trip to the Din Tai Fung restaurant

37. It is always very tasty and inexpensive there, and Din Tai Fung is the only chain restaurant with a Michelin star. I highly recommend it!

38. After supper our friend Federico invited him to his office. We will watch football, but for now we are waiting for the start of the match. The players are warming up 🙂

39. The game will start only at midnight. There are still many cups of coffee and conversations ahead.

40.Federico is a real tiffozo. Everything is organized at the highest level: live broadcast, big screen, guests-fans

41. During the break, they distribute rations, but there is no more energy.

42. Italy, unfortunately, loses to Costa Rica.

43. It’s already night in the yard …

44. … and I dream of falling into bed as soon as possible.

45. But the man suggests …. and our friend Luke, with whom we have just said goodbye, is ringing at the door. He lives nearby, but he forgot the keys at home, and now he is so thirsty that he has nowhere to sleep.

46. Finally I got everyone drunk, discussed the match, put them to bed!

47. Good night!

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    90,000 The best hotels in Singapore: a ship with a swimming pool on the roof

    Singapore is an amazing city-state, which is visited by a huge number of tourists every year. There are many comfortable hotels on its territory, but any visitor wants to choose the best one for living. The most famous hotel in Singapore – with a rooftop pool – Marina Bay Sands.

    Top 5 Star Hotels

    Five star rated hotels are considered upscale holiday destinations.

    Luxurious rooms, gourmet food, elite entertainment – all this will make your trip unforgettable.

    Marina Bay Sands

    This most famous and most expensive hotel in Singapore is almost the main attraction of the country. The exclusive structure of the Marina Bay Sands hotel is located in the bay area, next to the Bayfront metro station, practically in the “heart” of the city. The building consists of three pillars, on which the building “sways” in the form of ship .

    Marina Bay Sands is considered the largest holiday destination on the planet with swimming pool for swimming almost in the sky, with gorgeous views. Near the building there is a museum of science and art and a point for trade.

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    Rooms are furnished with dark furniture , plasma transmitting cable TV, kettles and other necessary interior items.Bathrooms are clean, and the shower supplies are available every day. There are always fluffy slippers near the bed. You can even walk barefoot in the room, as the floors are covered with stunning carpets.

    The staff of speaks Chinese, Malay and English. Visitors use shoe shine, ironing, laundry and dry cleaning services. Families with children will appreciate the irreplaceable opportunity to hire a nanny.

    Guests are delighted with the themed breakfasts organized by the hotel.The diet consists of:

    • Eggs , oil ;
    • Pancakes or Pancakes ;
    • Coffee drink , tea or natural juices ;
    • Jams and other hot portions.

    Guests dine in one of twenty restaurants with excellent cuisine located on the square belonging to the hotel.

    Guests while away their leisure time playing in casino , and in the area of ​​three kilometers is an excellent golf course.

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    Capella Singapore

    Beach paradise is lost in a tropical forest on Sentosa. From Changi International Airport, it takes approximately forty-five minutes to reach your destination.

    There is an amusement park not far from the building. A clean beach is also not far away: the journey takes about five minutes.

    The rooms are decorated with Asian style . Visitors can always refresh themselves with a glass of juice, water, alcohol-free drinks.Fresh newspapers are brought daily. Each guest has his own personal assistant who will help resolve any issue.

    Sleek bathrooms have shower supplies and slippers. Visitors can take with them animals weighing up to six kilograms, the maintenance of four-legged guests does not require an additional fee. All rooms have free Wi-fi.

    Upon request breakfast is brought to the room. During lunch, you can eat in restaurants with local cuisine.Families with children use baby care services.

    The hotel has three luxurious swimming pools and a complex with spa treatments. Spa offers rejuvenation and massage services using fresh ingredients. At the disposal of guests is a library where they can read magazines, borrow CDs and play mind games.

    Visitors have fun playing golf, tennis, cycling, exercising in the fitness center and basking in the hot air in the sauna.

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    W Singapore Sentosa Cove

    This tranquil retreat nestles in the green meadows of the southern Sentosa Island right by the sea. Not far from it there are discos on the seashore, a shopping street and Changi airport.

    Visitors have the right to use the shuttle service to the shopping street, amusement park and finance center. There is no need to pay for the transfer.

    The rooms offer stunning views of the ocean or pool .They are equipped with plasma TVs with cable channels, safes where you can hide important documents and valuables, and ironing equipment. Each room has a private bathroom. Some rooms have large balconies.

    Food and cocktails delivered to your room. Visitors dine in one of the four gourmet restaurants . Guests enjoy laundry, dry cleaning, banquet facilities, facilities for people with disabilities.

    Guests relax in the sauna, relax in the spa, work out in the gym, play golf.

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    4-star hotels

    Four-star hotels are one step below the first-class hotels, but are not inferior to them in luxury and comfort.

    Friendly service and a large number of leisure opportunities attract guests from all over the world to these hotels.

    Amoy by Far East Hospitality

    Boutique Hotel is located in the city center, 400 meters from Chinatown MRT Station.It is twenty-three meters away from the airport.

    Rooms are equipped with mini-bars, plasma screens and air conditioning, refreshing the premises on hot days. Coffee lovers will appreciate the personal coffee machine . Shower supplies are brought into the bathroom daily. Guests use a hairdryer, free internet and a safe, where they store valuables and documents. Food and cocktails at the request of guests can be brought to the room.

    The visitor registration desk is open round the clock .Fresh newspapers are delivered daily. Currency exchange and a tour desk are available on site. Visitors are provided with laundry and dry cleaning services.

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    Special rooms have been created for non-smoking guests, moreover, it will be a pleasant surprise for them that smoking is prohibited on the territory.The hotel does not accommodate couples with children. It is intended for adults for guests.

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    Park Hotel Clarke Quay

    It takes five minutes to get to your destination from the CBD. Nearby there is a shopping center Central and a Ferris wheel. It takes half an hour to get to Changi airport by car.

    Free shuttle service to Orchard Road is provided by the hotel.

    Rooms with unusual interiors feature huge windows that span from ceiling to floor.Guests enjoy stunning views of the river and city every day. Rooms have plasma TVs with cable channels and air conditioning. The smiling and good-natured staff is cleaned daily. There is also an in-room safe for storing personal valuables.

    Meals are provided according to the system “buffet” . On the menu: international cuisine and fresh seafood dishes. Guests can have breakfast in the dining room or outdoors. Free internet is available throughout the entire area.Guests have room service delivery of food and drinks, and laundry and dry cleaning services.

    Visitors swim in the outdoor swimming pool, which is open year-round , and go in for fitness.

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    Wangz Hotel

    The boutique hotel “Wangz” is located in a circular building that takes fifteen minutes to the metro station.

    Elegant rooms furnished in classic or modern style.Each room has a thirty-seven-inch plasma screen. Guests bathe in an exquisite bathroom with French windows. An exotic rain shower will refresh you after visiting the hot streets. Visitors get a smartphone at their disposal free of charge.

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    On the roof of the hotel there is a restaurant , where guests enjoy a daily continental-style breakfast with dishes prepared according to European recipes, but with Asian flavors.The Lobby Lounge allows guests to relax with a glass of alcoholic drink or a cup of gourmet coffee.

    Rooms are cleaned every day by friendly staff. Guests enjoy laundry and dry cleaning services. There are special rooms for non-smokers, and all conditions are created for people with disabilities.

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    Accommodation 3 *

    Not everyone has the financial resources to stay in top-class hotels. Three-star hotels are perfect for a great holiday for the whole family.

    Hotel YAN

    The hotel is located three kilometers from reservoir . By taxi from Changi airport, you can get there within twenty minutes.

    Nearby there is a cafe-bar, a supermarket, and two and a half kilometers away there is a ski lift.

    Guests are accommodated in single and double rooms of different categories. The hotel allows children of any age . Some rooms have a personal seating area and each room is equipped with:

    1. Plasma TV ;
    2. Kettle ;
    3. Safe for storing valuables;
    4. Private bathroom with bidet.

    Guests are provided with free internet . A comfortable room temperature is maintained by the air conditioner. The friendly staff are cleaning daily.

    On site there is a restaurant with an Asian menu and a bar. The reception is open twenty four hours a day. Guests can leave their suitcases in a special storage room .

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    Premier Inn Singapore Beach Road

    The hotel is located next to the Sultan’s Mosque and the Malay Heritage Center.Guests are accommodated in spacious rooms with gorgeous views of the city. They are equipped with plasma TVs, refreshing air conditioning and private bathrooms with showers and hairdryers. Each room has an Internet connection.

    Guests can use the services of dry cleaning and laundry . The hotel is serviced by a lift, so guests will have no problem getting to the upper floors.

    The visitor registration desk is open twenty-four hours a day, so you can check in at any time.

    The hotel has restaurants and bars, as well as a vending machine with drinks. On the territory of , smoking is prohibited , however, special places are equipped for smoking guests. Guests can park their car in the free private parking. All conditions have been created for people with disabilities.

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    Aqueen Hotel Paya Lebar

    The hotel called “Aqueen Paya Lebar” is located in the area Paya Lebar , near the village of Geylang Serai.Tourists who first of all want to get to know national customs and cuisine more closely and enjoy shopping stay here.

    Guests are accommodated in spacious rooms with stunning views of the village and the green flower garden. Each room has air conditioning . Private bath rooms are equipped with a shower. Hairdryers and bathrobes are also provided. The room is cleaned daily by courteous and unobtrusive staff.

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    Free parking spaces, an elevator, a conference room are available to visitors. Non-smoking visitors are provided with special rooms, and special places are allocated for those who like to smoke several cigarettes. Guests dine at the restaurant with local and international cuisine. Near there are:

    • Casino ;
    • Shopping center , open around the clock;
    • Embankment , where you can spend a romantic evening.

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    Can I stay at the airport?

    Hotels located in the airport area are suitable for guests who transfer in Singapore . If you only need to stay for a couple of nights, there is no better option.

    Ambassador Transit Hotel

    The hotel is located on the square of the international Changi airport . Changi City Point shopping center and Changi Point ferry terminal are almost four kilometers away.

    All rooms are equipped with comfortable beds, telephones, plasma TVs with a large number of channels and private bathrooms with shower. A comfortable temperature in the room is maintained by an air conditioner. The rooms have free Wi-fi .

    After a refreshing shower, the guest can wrap up in a soft terry robe and put on the slippers provided to each guest.

    The registration desk is open twenty four hours a day.Guests can visit the fitness center at the hotel. Women will be delighted with the opportunity to fix their hair at the nearest beauty salon. Smoking is prohibited on site.

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    Mini-hotel Aerotel Transit Hotel

    The hotel is located on the square of Changi airport. Guests are accommodated in seventy single and double rooms of different categories. Internet is available in the lobby. Rooms are equipped with cable TV and shower. breakfast is provided for a fee.

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    Guests relax by the swimming pool, where they can enjoy a drink from a nearby bar. Sports can be enjoyed at the fitness center. Guests are relaxing in the garden in nature or in the library with a book. There are always free newspapers in the lobby. The staff knows several languages ​​. Changi Business Park, Museum and Theme Park are nearby.

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    Crowne Plaza Hotel

    Near the international airport there is a luxury hotel called “Crown Plaza”. The first and second terminals can be reached using the monorail , and the third building is connected by a covered walkway. It takes about thirty minutes to get to the “heart” of the bustling district.

    The trendy rooms in a delightful setting will leave no one indifferent. Soft light and chic furnishings create a comfortable atmosphere.Rooms have plasma TVs, minibars and bathrooms with rain showers.

    Guests can enjoy Western and Eastern cuisine in several restaurants. Some guests enjoy benefits of and receive complimentary snacks and drinks.

    Families with babies can benefit from the services of a certified professional nanny.

    At the guests’ disposal are dry cleaning, laundry, shoe shine services. Business people will like the presence of a conference room and a business center. Guests can spend their free time in the swimming pool, fitness center or use the services of the spa complex.

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    one-room but luxurious hotel “Merlion”

    The symbolic half-lion-half-fish Merlion is well known to all tourists who have ever visited Singapore .However, from April 4 to May 5, 2011, the Singapore Biennale was held in Singapore, and the city administration seems to have decided to earn extra money and monetize Merlion’s fame a little 🙂 For this purpose, a red cube with windows was built around the famous gushing statue and the Merlion temporarily became a five-star “ Merlion Hotel “

    In the photo: Singapore Merlion before turning into Hotel

    Before: The statue of the Merlion used to stand on the waterfront and culturally let water out of its mouth into Marina Bay, immensely delighting photographing tourists.

    In the photo: Merlion Hotel in Singapore

    After that: Merlion overgrown with a metal frame and walls, forming a cube. The statue has become part of the interior of the only room of the new five-star hotel.

    In the photo: inside the Merlion Hotel in Singapore

    The only room at the five-star Merlion Hotel was actively rented at the time for S $ 150 per night, including breakfast at the nearby Fullerton Hotel. The huge head of Merlion (of course with the fountain turned off) was successfully installed in the chic interior of the room, at the head of the huge bed.

    In the photo: view from the window of the Merlion Hotel room in Singapore

    According to travelers, the room in the Merlion Hotel , despite its museum appearance, turned out to be quite convenient and comfortable. An added bonus for guests is the guaranteed gorgeous views from all windows of the room, especially of the sparkling towers of the new Marina Bay Sands hotel. And of course, the location of this mini-hotel is ideal, all the main attractions of Singapore are within walking distance.

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    Tourists who have not been able to stay at the Merlion Hotel can only hope that such an amusing transformation of the Merlion into a five-star micro-hotel will become an annual tradition. Only here you will have to book a room strongly in advance 🙂


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