Saturday, 29 June 2013

FUE Hair Transplant Singapore

Honestly speaking, there was a point in my life where I had a shaky self-image due to my hair loss problem. My thinning hair dilemma started back in college years that I noticed some serious hair loss & up to present, it evolves to distinct hair loss in  my forehead area.

Say it & I've tried it. Back in secondary school years, I tried using shampoo & conditioner for hair loss problem & even herbal hair thickening treatment. I even consulted various hair clinics & even experimented on some hair restoration solutions yet nothing solved my hair loss concern.

There are many causes of hair loss. The most common cause of hair loss is hereditary known as "Male Pattern Baldness". In my case, I traced the hair pattern of my father's clan and there you go most of my uncles & cousins in father's side were having the same hair loss problem & baldness pattern despite of young age. It was also aggravated as I realized when I was young, I'm into frequently wearing of cap & putting too hair wax & gel for styling purposes.

But don't worry coz you're in the right place, the absolute best way to reverse hair loss is with FUE Hair Transplant.  FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is a permanent solution to hair loss problem using the latest technology in hair transplant. There are no scarring, short down time, and lesser pain.

The hair follicles from the back of the head are transplanted to bald areas in front. 

Tuesday, 25 June 2013


Here is my photo diary of my weekend trip back to Manila with friends for our much awaited reunion. I really made this short stay worthwhile with my family, friends & loved ones. From food trip, shopping, overnight swim to crazy friendly tripping out, this was one unforgettable experience of a lifetime so enjoy the photos.
Bonifacio Global City "The Fort"

Saturday, 22 June 2013

FOOD: Fely J's Kitchen

The Filipino food may not be as famous as of Thai or Vietnamese cuisine, but with more than 7,000 islands & a colorful culture, my country has some delicious foods of its own. Blessed with natural resources like seafoods & tropical fruits, there's more to Filipino food than balut (duck embryo).
You just have to know where to find them & how to et them.

Fely J's Kitchen is a restaurant that offers a variety of Filipino & Asian dishes served Fely J's style: fresh, natural & attractive. I just had too much food intake when we ate here with my dear friend Jizelle as I was invited by her family to join them for dinner.

Located at 2nd Level, Greenbelt 5 at Ayala Center in Makati, this food haven is a must try & I highly recommend this place for excellent customer service & authentic Filipino cuisine for everyone to experience.

Green Mango Shake.

Wednesday, 19 June 2013


IHOP Restaurant @ The Fort (International House of Pancakes) finally invades Manila. So this is the best place to spend a leisurely breakfast with the family. Straight from the airport, we headed straight to their location at W Global Center, 30th St. corner 9th Avenue Bonifacio Global City at The Fort in Taguig City. They are open from 6AM- midnight & the average waiting time to get a table is around 10-15 minutes.

I'm a food lover without a keen taste on the complexity of food & flavors of it. Hahaha! So frankly speaking, even if other people said that they weren't satisfied with the pancakes & omelets, well I appreciated them a lot. I had the stuffed french toast combo with sausage & hash brown that I really enjoyed so much. The french toast with cinnamon raisin & sweet cream filling was so good & I ordered it with the blueberry compote instead of strawberries. The taste & texture of the hash brown & sausage as well was perfect.

I had Splashberry for drinks it was so refreshing but my sister find it to be so sweet. For non-coffee lovers, go for decaf as we noticed that their regular coffee was too strong. Their pancakes were also a must try! It also comes with various flavors of unlimited pancake syrup. The omelette were also amazingly good. 

IHOP Situation that I needed to stare at the menu first. LOL!

Monday, 17 June 2013

Haze in Singapore

The skyline of Singapore was once again dominated by the "haze" as seen even on street level at various street in Singapore.

When I woke up this morning, I thought it was due to a fog or someone was burning something near my neighborhood. It was when I opened Yahoo that I realized that the haze episode is back in Singapore again. This is a yearly phenomenon due to prevailing winds from the fire in Indonesia's Sumatra Island. 

The Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA) reported that it hit 155 in terms of the PSI by 10PM (June 17, 2013). This is categorized as "unhealthy" by health organizations in Singapore. 

So to further help avoid any health effects of this, air cleaners from across the market will help to filter the indoor particulates to safeguard our families from the unhealthy haze we are experiencing now. My first job in Singapore was as Sales Associate here in Singapore so I'm quite aware of the existing air cleaning & sterilizing products available to filter such air particulates (haze, dust, odor, bacteria, viruses). 

Click here to check & compare the various air cleaning products for your benefit & consumer needs.

I just compiled some of these photos I saw in Instagram by checking the #haze hashtag & it's not my photo property just for every reader's information. So stay safe everyone & keep educated from the latest info on haze in Singapore through various news platform for more update.

Friday, 14 June 2013


Just wanna share this video blog from our recent Skyline & Luge Sentosa Trip. All video clips were taken using iphone5 by yours truly & patiently edited by my awesome friend Tracy. Enjoy the fun & friendship in this video blog =)

Thursday, 13 June 2013

FOOD: Sbarro

Coming back from where your heart truly belongs is always the best feeling. Luckily I got the chance to spend a weekend in Philippines & that means a chance of indulging into my deepest food cravings.

We went to Mall of Asia with my beloved mom & sister to have our lunch so without any hesitation, Sbarro was the only spot that came into my mind. This pasta & pizza haven was one of the best when it comes to carb loading plus the taste that you wouldn't regret to try. They don't have the franchise yet here in SG so i bet this would be a hit given that chance of opening one here.

Sbarro was born from Gennaro and Carmela Sbarro when they opened a salumeria, an Italian delicatessen in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, that was an exceptional showcase of authentic and fresh Italian fare, from freshly made mozzarella and homemade sausages, to traditional Italian delicacies and desserts, all based on the Sbarro family recipes.
In 1972, Pampanga native Jaime Jimmy Salvador joined the Sbarro business. He worked in operations as store manager, then ran the corporate commissary in Brooklyn, and eventually served as Sbarro’s first Area Manager. Then, in 1989, after 17 years of living in New York and working with the Sbarro family, Jimmy returned to the Philippines —carrying the Sbarro brand with him. 
Rodriguez and her family, he opened the first Sbarro Philippines branch at the Annex in SM North Edsa in 1990 — the first Sbarro in all of Asia. And so today, Sbarro Philippines continues to satisfy the cravings of Filipinos with 25 branches nationwide.       Authentic Style Italian Spaghetti

Monday, 10 June 2013

FOOD: Bei Sheng Seafood

Bei Sheng Seafood (Taste of Thailand) has been one of the most memorable restaurant & definitely a must- try here in Singapore.

This food haven is always crowded for their best- selling food cuisines like Chili Crab & Tom Yam to name a few that will satisfy your cravings & a value for money as well. 

           Diet is not an excuse here!

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Luge & Skyride Sentosa May 2013

It was a fun & exciting day when we headed to Sentosa to be with our visiting friend Duke from Dubai for a short stay. We decided to bring him to Sentosa as one of the premier tourist spot for all visitors of Singapore. 

The Skyline Sentosa Luge is a unique wheeled gravity ride that provides riders full control over their descent on purpose built Luge track. It offers a fun family friendly adventure activity. After the Luge, board the Skyride chairlift and take in the fantastic panoramic scenery of the Singapore city skyline and beautiful coastline of Sentosa Island. Truly an experience not to be missed!

As darkness settles, a whole brand-new adventure awaits you. Thrill-seekers will discover a different challenge while riding down each Luge track with unique lightings. On the Skyride, enjoy a breathtaking view of Singapore as the city skyline and harbour transform into a dazzling city of lights at night.

The Sentosa Luge is a unique wheeled gravity ride that provides riders full control over their descent on purpose built track. The Luge is a fun adventure ride and all adrenaline-pumping excitement! Thrill-seekers can navigate the Jungle trail for a mystical forest adventure and then challenge the Dragon trail. Enjoy 1.2 kilometres of fun with your loved ones and feel the cool wind in your hair that will keep you coming back for more. Giving you full control, navigate down 650 metres of the Jungle Trail or 688 metre of the Dragon Trail as thrillingly fast or cruising slow as you like. 

For those who like to take things a little easier jump aboard the Skyride for a scenic adventure on a 4 seater chairlift that gives you a bird's eye view of the Singapore skyline and the South China Sea while engrossed in the natural habitat of Sentosa Island, you might also see the cheeky cockatoos that often entertain our guests.

Monday, 3 June 2013


The month of May was a roller coaster ride in my new job as a call center agent. I've been so pre-occupied with all the stress & challenges of life yet I still tried my best to maintain my fashion, food & friendship doses of maintenance. Given such long weekends made me go to party again, fashion photo shoot & even enjoy Sentosa tripping with friends. Hope you enjoy my May 2013 photo diary by taking a look at my Instagram posts!