Friday, February 17, 2017

Quinoa with minced meat and vegetable

If you have read my previous post on the stuffed capsicum with baked cheesy quinoa and the benefits of Quinoa, on the other hand, I have also read that quinoa has saponin content. Of which, one of the many uses includes the use of it as detergent for clothing and washing. It has a bitter taste which was supposingly meant to deter birds from eating the plant. Being new to this superfood, of course the "kia-si" (afraid of death in hokkien) me asked the doctor if it's safe to take. He told me, the ones sold in supermarkets have already sprouted and it's totally safe to take and if you read here, it has also indicated that most grains sold commercially, have been processed to remove this coating.

This is another meal I have prepared for Vera by tossing in some herbs to marinate the meat, together with some chopped spring onions, it was added and stir fried together with the boiled Quinoa. This is it, at least it is something different for Vera in terms of texture. I realised she prefers more than just porridge. She loves to eat more solid and textured type of food like rice and pastas.

She loves to eat and I have no problem in getting her to eat most of the food and fruits but I do have a problem to get her to stop eating incase she overeats and it can cause indigestion which could also affects the condition of her eczema.

Recently, one of the doctors did advised me to give small portions during breakfast and dinner. As for lunch, I could give her a slightly bigger portion. Our little girl just love and probably hope that she can eat like the way her friends do. However, I guess for these few years, we have to work with her to manage her food allergies. Hopefully, she will outgrow the list and get to eat normally again.

This dish is gluten free, dairies free, wheat free and eggs free if you are looking for an alternative should your child or anyone you know of, who is allergic to the above in bold.

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Disclaimer: This is in anyway NOT a sponsored post. Just sharing the gluten free diet Vera is currently having to mange her food allergies.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Stuffed capsicum with baked cheesy Quinoa

Yes, I have been as busy as a bee since the start of 2017. Eczema management for Vera had a huge improvement and finally, she can run and jump about in shorts, twirl around in her dresses again and she has even started attending school. I felt that it's really much more managable with the change in diet. I shall leave the eczema management for another post.

One of my resolution for 2017 is, to restart my engine again in cooking more homecooked food for the family. Mornings are usually spent preparing lunch for Xav and if possible, prepare ingredients for dinner as well.

Basically, all my noons except for Mondays, are packed back to back, from school dismissal, lunch, rush down for Xav's trainings in town (three consecutive days in a week), back to Sengkang for his Chinese and Science enrichment on wednesdays and Fridays. On top of these, I have to pick up Vera from her school along the way and rush back to cook dinner. These are times whereby I wish I have a teleport to save us from all the travelling !

Back to the dishes before I forgot all about them, I have been cooking since January and if you have been following my Instagram (@Xavvylicious), you will see posts of my homecooked food. be it Vera's eczema diet or Xav's lunch/snack box, homecooked meals. I try to make an attempt to document down. I was also inspired by some of the mums who made bento boxes on daily basis and had inspired me to cook more!

Why Quinoa (pronounced as Keen-wah) ? Being the Mother of all grains, Quinoa is an energizing suerfood which is high in protein, minerals, good for metabolic health improvement, weightloss, rich in antioxident and best of all it's gluten free. Today, they call it "Super grain". Sounds like another option for Vera's diet as she is currently on a gluten free diet and Quinoa are easy to digest. It is naturally gluten-free and wheat-free. I came across an article while looking up for the benefits of Quinoa that you might want to read more about it.

I decided to try making a different lunch for Xav since I have Quinoa on hand. All I needed was:
- quinoa
- capsicum (Cut into halves)
- minced prawns marinated with some pepper and salt)
- spring onions(chopped)
- herbs (for garnishing)
- cheese (I used mozarella cheese)
- salt
- pepper
- vegetable oil (for frying)

I boiled the quinoa, drained off the water and pan fried it to dry, just like the way fried rice is being done. Add in the minced prawns and spring onions.

After everything was cooked, you can serve in a bowl like itself but I dished up and scooped them into the halved capsicums, topped with some cheese, sprinkle some herbs over and baked them into the oven until the cheese turned slightly golden brown.

Before serving, I sliced up the halved caapsicum into three parts for easy consumption, sprinkle with some herbs before serving. Something new and different for Xav, he polished up everything !

2017 - Dish #29

So if you are thinnking of sereving some superfood, consider Quinoa. But not for those who are on a low-carb diet.

I cooked a batch without prawns but added minced meat and vegetables instead for Vera as she has some food allergies which includes seafood.

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Sunday, January 8, 2017

[Review] Pineapple Tarts Singapore - Homemade CNY Snacks

How do you define nice Pineapple Tarts aka Ong Lai Tarts (in Hokkien) and do you have a preference over how should they taste like ?

I am pretty picky when it comes to this especially so for the pineapple filling of the tart regardless if its the enclosed or open type. Generally, I love fillings that are handmade from scratch and without leaving a coating of "alkaline" aftertaste on the tongue.

My requirement of a nice ong lai tart:
- buttery and melt in the mouth pastry
- sourish pineapple filling
- no alkaline aftertaste

This year, Chinese New Year came early for us and we were lucky to be able to review the goodies from this humble bakery which originated from Penang and had a total of 47 outlets under it's belt, from all over Malaysia. Having to rise to popularity in Malaysia, Pineapple Tarts Sg decided to venture into our sunny, red dot as they do have a rising amount of fans here !

My weakness in doing food review, the product/snacks can easily be gone if it really tasted nice and suits my tastebud. I am struggling indeed with this post to make sure I do have some tarts left for photo taking !!

Ready for some melt-in-the-mouth pineapple tarts? Two tubs of pineapple tarts were sent to us; Original Melt In The Mouth Pineapple Tarts ($19.90 per tub) and Cheezylicious - Cheese Pineapple Tarts($22.90 per tub) .

First hand, I tried the original Melt in the Mouth Pineapple Tarts. They totally met my criteria of a nice pineapple tart ! The pastry was buttery and fragrant, soft yet not crumbly.

A photo posted by Serene Seah (@xavvylicious) on

Next, the fillings! I felt the level of sourness and sweetness were perfectly blended and even out. The best part of it was, I could even bite on tiny pineapple fibre!

Without even having second thoughts, I popped another tart into my mouth, this time as a whole tart by itself. Yes keep that tart in your mouth, go ahead and savour the tart as the pastry slowly melt in your mouth and follow by the fillings. Trust me, when the pastry and the sourish filling meets. It's really hard to stop at just one!

Cheezylicious - Cheese Pineapple Tarts on the other hand, welcomed me with it's strong cheesy aroma when I lifted the lid. The pastry itself is infused with Parmesan Cheese. So cheese lovers, you will love this. Pastry wise, it was as soft as the original version but I felt it tasted "heavier", perhaps because of the cheese aroma. The filling was no difference from the original, it tasted great! But I will still cast my preference vote to the original melt in the mouth pineapple tarts.

Then came "Da bomb"- Crispy Sia aka Prawn Rolls ($12.90 per tub). This is sure to tentalize your tastebud! These Nyonya rolls, were fried to give your a crunch in every bite !  I would say this is really irresistable because the spiciness of the sambal and fragrant prawn paste blended well together! I love the lingering spicy aftertaste, the fragrant of the prawn paste that remained in the mouth for a few good minutes.

The best part which I love about it, when I liffted the lid, what filled my nose was the nice spicy aroma of sambal and not the smell of oil. This snack by itself is pretty time consuming to make from scratch. Personally, I feel that this is a good buy if you want to get it for yourself or for your friends and relatives. The sambal filling in it was generous too. Some of the ones sold in the malls were mainly just the skin wrapped in with miserable amount of sambal. I strongly recommend Crispy Sia !

All the above are packed in air tight containers as shown and I thought it would be a good idea to recycle these containers to hold condiments after we are done with it !
Good stuff must share! Pineapple Tarts Singapore is giving a 10% off your total bill when you order online. Simply enter Serene10 upon checking out. You get a free delivery (Island wide) with orders above $60 Sgd or $10 Sgd delivery fee will be incurred if your orders are below the indicated amount. Otherwise, you can also opt to collect your orders at the shop.

Should you need some sampling, feel free to head down to their warehouse for sampling (Please do make sure your email them at: for an appointment before making your way)

Their warehouse is located at:
39 Jalan Pemimpin
Tai Lee Industrial Building
Singapore 577182

For more information, you can visit Pineapple Tarts Singapore's:

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Disclaimer: We were given the above for review purpose only. No monetary compensation is involved and all opinions are of my own.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Explore Khao Yai [ 考艾 ] - Day 1

I read that there are three seasons in Khao Yai and if you wish for a more cooling weather, the best time to visit will be during winter season which is usually from November to Febuary. It is also when most of the farms will be in operation.

According to the driver, January will be much more colder than any other months. The temperature in the day can be in the low 20 degree and night time can be even lower. Meanwhile the dry and hot season will be between March - April and the wet months will be from May till October.

My initial plan was to visit Hua Hin but Khao Yai is a much more beautiful place to visit as recommended by my cousin. I googled for information and managed to plan some activities for the family. There is something for everyone and  this beautiful state has so much to cater to satisfy visitors of young and old.

This december holiday was madness again as we planned our trips back to back again ! We spent one week in Malaysia, flew back on the fifth day so that Vera does not get too long a break away from her treatment. We flew off again to Thailand the very next day again from 6th - 14th Dec, of which 6-9th Dec was spent in Khao Yai [考艾].

I missed the sunflower fields in Hokkaido and was pleasantly surprised that there are actually alot of sunflowers blooming in Khao Yai ! About 3 hours away from Bangkok, our driver, Khemika (Ms Neck) picked us up from the airport and drove us to Khao Yai with a lunch stopover at a "Food Court".

Passing by Saraburi Province as we headed to our resort, Neck asked if we wanted to visit this field (smaller) than the one I wanted to go initially. I though why not since it's nearer and we could ave more travelling time. Despite the fact that it's smaller in scale, this sunflower field looked as awesome with the sunflowers heading towards the direction of the sunlight. I feel that the best time to visit is in the morning or between 2pm - 4pm, least the sunflowers would be more upright ?

A selfie stick is always useful when comes to taking family pictures ! Love the sea of sunflowers behind us! 

Caught a bee at work !

The kids could run freely in the field ! Neck's daughter happened to be with us on the trip. We did not mind and infact more than happy to have her around to explore the places with us. She took some really nice pictures for us too !

Photo credit: Pla

Just taking one shot does not do justice. I guarantee you that you will be snapping away like us. A group picture before we left the lovely field.

From the left: Pla and Khemika, us

Our next stop Primo Piazza ! Where you can find the most adorable Alphacas  !

In a Europe look-a-like, rustic and relaxing setting, this place is a must come for photography lovers!

We spent most of the time feeding in the shed. Vera showed no sign of fear towards these gentle alphacas! We were happily feeding them, the donkeys and the sheeps !

Look Mummy !!

First encounter with the donkey

Love this scenary !

 Grazing Alphacas and sheeps got fed too ! The kids and ourselves were totally in love with them !

The vast space to run free and Vera was happily rolling and sliding down the slopes ! Had to take one shot of us without the kids. We had to leave the place reluctantly as according to whwat we have planned. But I swear this is a really nice to bring the kids !

Primo Piazza
Address: 861 Moo 6, Thanarat Road, Tambol Nong Nam Daeng, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130

Opening hours:
Fri - Sat: 9am -12pm
Sun - Thurs: 9am - 10pm

Entrance Fee:
100 Baht / USD $2.80 (Adult)    
50 Baht / USD $1.40 (Child)
If you need to contact Khemika, you can watsapp her at:
+66 83 305 5270

Let her know you are recommended to go to her by Piggy Family. Not that I earn a commission from her but because she can communicate in English which makes things so much easier and we personally find her service reliable. We told her to personally drive our friends should they engage her service.

Just incase you have mistaken Neck for a Tour Guide. Nope she is not one. She mainly does Airport Transfers to Hotels or maybe you can check with her on Bangkok City Tour if you need a driver. In Khao Yai, the hotels charge by per destination. Hence, we felt that engaging a driver will be a much better option. Khao Yai is pretty much new to Neck as well but we used GPS to locate certain places we wanted to visit when Neck could not find. Nevertheless, my places of interests were all covered during the 4D3N stay in Khao Yai and Neck drove us back to Bangkok.

If you just want to engage her service in Khao Yai for a day but decided to take another transport back to Bangkok, most likely Neck will not take up the job as it does makes sense that she be driving back an empty vehicle all the way from Khao Yai and it's not worth the time, effort and of course her expenses for petrol back.

Stay tuned for the next post on our next adventure in Khao Yai !

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Disclaimer: This holiday is a NON SPONSORED post. All expenses are paid through our very own pocket. Just purely documenting down these lovely memories and to be shared to all who are looking into kids friendly places in Thailand!

Monday, December 26, 2016

[Media Invite] Christmas Wonderland 2016

Christmas Wonderland 2016 has transformed the iconic Gardens by the Bay into a festive playground filled with activities for the all ages over the expanded 57,000 square metres event ground. It actually expanded from 35,000 square metres! If you have not visited, Christmas Wonderland will be there for another week till 1st Jan 2017 !

Most of you may have read from other blogs on what's happening. Here's my experience with the family on last friday. What's are the differences from last year's and this?

#1 Better Crowd Control = Overall visitor expereince is enhanced.
I had an easier time to capture pictures this time round as the crowd was relatively so much better than last year without having difficulty to jostle among the crowd. This was done so with ticketed entry into Christmas Wonderland. Tickets are strictly to be purchased online at . Do note that there will be no sale of tickets on-site. As the festive season is drawing near, tickets are priced at $8 Sgd per person.
- A paying adult can bring up to 3 children under 0.9m free of charge.
- A child more than 0.9m would require an enry ticket.
- Tokens for carnival rides and games are to purchase seperately. You can get it at the Token booths.

The Spalliera Castel del Monte is the highlight of Christmas Wonderland ! It is always so beautiful and captivating ! The largest Luminarie ever built in South East Asia, standing at 19.7metre tall and 24 metre wide. It is the highest ever this year ! It lights up at 7pm and Blizzard time starts at 8pm and at hourly interval until 10pm daily. Get ready to experience "snow" in the tropics !

If you would love to enjoy the beautiful sights of the Spalliera Castel del Monte, magestic Supertrees and the Festive Market, go for a meal at the two-storey Glass House by Harry's !

#2 New rides on the Fairgrounds !
Rides start from $6 Sgd, you can choose to enjoy these carnival rides:
Bumper Cars (Seats up to 2 pax) Minimum age: 3 years, Children below 1m to be accompanied by an adult.

Bug Cars , Christmas Train,

Magical Mini Ferries Wheel Minimum height of 0.8m, Children below 0.8m must be accompanied by an adult.

Personally I feel it's a little costly that even the accompanying adult has to pay for the ride. Imagine if the child needs a parent's accompany due to height restriction, it's as good as paying $12 for a ride for three rounds on the Mini Ferries Wheel. Xav found it too kiddish and chose not to go for the ride. Hence, Vera went ahead instead under my accompany.

Her signature wink for now. =)

#3 More Game Stalls! Last year, there were 7, this year there are 11 traditional carnival game stalls to pit your skills against in winning one of the really adorable plushies ! Games start from $4 Sgd.

#4 Double the size for Ice Palace with new activities! Last year, it was a 48 square metre snow playground, this year's 96 square metre!

Ice Palace

Apart from the Ice Skating (Tickets at $18 per person inclusive of skates rental, for a 45 mins). First session starts at 4.30pm. Socks and gloves are available for purchase else do bring your own pair during your visit.

The new addition. - 25 metre long Ice Slide. Tickets at $4 Sgd per pax. From where I viewed, it went really fast!! Nice for you if you like to have a feel of thrill!  Children below 0.9m must be accompanied by one adult.

Note: To view website for full session timings, do pre-book your preferred sessions to aavoid disappointment.

There is also a Snow Playground, priced at $16 Sgd per child, from 2 to 12 years of age for a 20 mins session. Snow boots from size 26 to 36 (Euro sizes) are available for rental.

You can also savour signature pastries from the French patisserie PAUL’s in an alpine house setting inside the Ice Palace at the same time overseeing the skate ring!

#5 Hi-5 Funtastic House (located at the Meadow), it has 3 distinct areas within it's tentage. Your little Hi-5 fans would love this ! Ticket is at $24 Sgd for one child + one accompanying adult not inclusive of the entry tickets $8 Sgd into Christmas Wonderland Sg.

They could groove along with their favourite Hi-5 hits together with a facilitator,

dress themselves up with the adorable Hi-5 costumes props and take a picture in them! They get to bring home a polaroid and a balloon as momentos.

Or Go WILD, just like Xav when he first saw the Hi-5 castle obstacles course, Hi-5 Tumble house which is a bouncy castle as well as Hi-5 Super slider slide. Here's my tour in it. It's a pity that tickets for the later 2 sessions were all fully taken for that evening. I wish we could have return and take more pictures of the kids while they continue their fun in the Hi-5 Funtastic House.

Furthermore, there are 27 unique craft and food outlets right at the European- Style Festive Market for you to shop and bring back one-of-a kind gifts. Christmas is over I know but that does not mean you can't get a gift !

For more details, do check out
Facebook: Christmas Wonderland Singapore
Instagram: @ChristmasWonderlandSG

Should you decide to visit, I would advise you to bring along an unbrella or a poncho just incase the wet weather persists. I feel that at least you can still walk around without getting stuck at any shelters. Have fun and take lots of photos ! And also if you would want more time to shop around, do visit earlier!

From our family to yours: Merry and Blessed Christmas, Peeps !

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Disclaimer: This is a media invitation by Blue Sky Events, no money compensation is involved and all opinions are of my own. Thank you for having us !

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

1st Ever Craftholic Pop-up Store @ Raffles City

For all Craftholic lovers ! For the first time, Raffles City Singapore collaborated with this well-loved, Japanese lifestyle brand, CRAFTHOLIC and the Pop-up store allows shoppers to soak into the atmosphere of warmth and joy with a series of CRAFTHOLIC-themed activities as well as exclusive merchandise at the arts and fahion-centric mall.

We got to see the creator of CRAFTHOLIC !

In the middle: Ms Ikuko Yamamoto (Creator of Craftholic)

In addition to the variety of cute and irresistable CRAFTHOLIC products, a limited edition CRAFTHOLIC Denim Collection, featuring the two main characters - Rab Bunny and Sloth Bear, priced from $16 to $210, is available exclusively at the Pop-Up store.

The mascots were simply irresistable! You can get to meet them too! *Pre-registration is required at Level 1 Concierge.

Play Date with CRAFTHOLIC mascots (Limited to the 1st 50 pax)

Date: 2-4 Dec, 9-11, 16-18 Dec 2016
Time: 3pm and 7 pm

We were lucky to caught them appearing next to our table! Super great photo opportunity! We were wishing secretly that we can hug them home!

Art in the City brings you Craftholic Workshops, per session is limit to 50 pax based on first-come, first served basis.

Dates: 2-4 Dec, 9-11 Dec 2016
4 pm : Craftholic 3D gift card-making
5 pm : Craftholic Hairband-making

Xav glued himself to the seat, meticulously fuss cutting out the images. I thought the card looked awesome even it was not completed ! Love the pop-ups !

While Vera was seated at the next table, giving her 101% focus to string the beads into the wire to make ears for the hair band.

Apart from the two activities as mentioned, there is also something for female shoppers. With minimum purchases of CRAFTHOLIC products at either the Pop-Up store ($50 nett) or any store ($80 nett) in Raffles City, female shoppers can get themselves pampered with a CRAFTHOLIC manicure session. *Limit to 30 redemptions per day, based on first-come, first-served basis.

Dates: 3 & 10 December 2016,
Time: 1-5 pm

There are a few colourful and pretty standees, totally Instagram-worthy !
Spot the real bear ?
With the young
Even the moms had to take one together.

From left: Cynthia and myself

He has a soft spot for soft toys. He said he really loved this. So I bought 2 small ones so that he could bring out if he wants. Prettyh good deal too at 1-for-1 !

Wanna win some vouchers ? Simply take a picture of yourself or with your friends/ family with the 15 metre tall Christmas tree, designed with CRAFTHOLIC- inspired motifs. You can hashtag #RCSChristmas You can locate the tree at Level 3 Atrium.

Craftholic Inspired Christmas Tree

Go and jingle into the festive season at Raffles City now! This is my last post for November before I jet-off with the family for a short break. Happy holidays !! 

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Sunday, November 27, 2016

[Media Invite] Pika ! PIKACHU !! Gotta catch'em all @ Changi Airport Singapore

[Media Invite]

About one year ago, The Force Awakens at Changi Airport Singapore. This year, this cute yellow anime character and his friends, have taken the world by storm and they are going to delight airport visitors and travellers this year end holiday season.

To be honest, the only character I knew from Pokemon was Pikachu. I did not feel any love for it, which as a result, I did not bother to find out more about it and the rest of the characters. It was right until the craze of playing Pokemon Go started, I was "educated" by Xav on the other characters. I installed the game too but only played as and when I could if I have some free time.

I was so excited on behalf of the kids when I received the invitation to witness the first ever PIKACHU PARADE ever held in Singapore. Just imagine 10 life-sized dancing Pikachu marching right in front of you !

To join in the fun, we could not help but borrow the really cute Pikachu visors from the kids for a selfie.

The Pokemon fans !

The throng of fans cheered as they made their appearance, bobbed and marched towards the Gingerbread house right at T3 Depature hall where this 7m tall, larger-than-life Pikachu stood.

You can catch a glimpse of Santa's Workshop and Mrs Claus' Confectionery, which is filled with toys and yummy delights.

The Pokemon fans were being treated to a 100 seconds stunning light showwith music and dancing trees amidst soft falling "snow".  I shared another short clip on my timeline too. Vera was also shouting in delight with her "Mummy, see! Ka-chu, ka-chu !"

The mascots were simply too adorable !! Love the "snowy" effect !!

Shortly after their dance, the little fans could not wait any longer but to rush up and gave these cutest pikachus their warm little hugs !

Shortly, the Pikachus marched their way towards the end of Row 11. It was total madness, I could not even see where they were initially as it was pretty packed with the crowd lined themselves along the path but could only heard the sound of the whistle. Safety was the first thought that came to my mind as the kids were all with me. I had to make my way all the way much ahead the rest and managed to catch the one any only shot of them in a line.

After the Parade, we made our way to Terminal 2 to catch SNORLAX at Snorlax Garden! Another hot favourite ! Visitors can catch not only one but THREE life-sized Snorlax lounging at the garden. This is a perfect backdrop for photo opportunity! Be sure to snap a few pictures before leaving Terminal 2.

To this nice gentleman, you have definately made the kids' day when you granted them permission to go onto the platform for that moment to give Snorlax a squeeze and have a picture taken together. Thank you, Mr Goh. =) But to members of the public, please do not attempt to go onto the platform.

Someone had to make full use of the opportunity to take another photo with Snorlax.

These group of mums just made the moment more fun! Thanks for the awesome company!

From left: Me, Edlyn, Meiling, Cynthia

At Terminal 2, just further down Snorlax Garden, visitors can participate at the Z-Moves activity kiosks or have some fun having their face "painted" on screen to transform to Pikachu lookalike.  Short videos can also be made and these fun moments can be share with families and friendss through social media platforms. The Z-Moves activity kiosks can also be found at Terminal 1.

Do remember to download your QR code beforehand.

Pokemon trainers out there, if you are game for more adventure, embark on the Pokemon Trail and hunt down the 26 Pokemon spread across various locations in Changi Airport. I learnt 3 new characters from Nintendo's new Sun and Moon series.

From left: Rowlet, Litten & Popplio

Take any 3 pictures with the pokemons you found at the Poketrail sites and go for a sure win lucky dip for some exclusive Pokemon Merchandise. Remember to hashtag all your photos to #PokemonatChangi .

During weekends, you get to Meet-and-Greet sessions with Pikachu @ Terminal 3 (next to Check-in Row 11) on Saturdays & Sundays at 6pm & 8pm (except 3 Dec).

Note that phototaking is limited to the first 80 families and one photo per family. So be there early to catch it !

Last but not least, spot the Bulbasaur and Pikachu which the kids were holding ? This set of 9 limited edition Pokemon plush toys is available exclusively at Changi Airport. If you have done your shopping or dining, you can :

Redeem a Pokémon plush toy for S$9.90 with a minimum spend of S$60 at the Public Area; or S$90 on; OR S$120 at the Transit Area, Changi Recommends and supermarkets in a single receipt.

For Changi Rewards Members:
Redeem a complimentary set of 9 Pokémon plush toys with an accumulated spend of S$1,800 (S$1,500 for Platinum Members).

Click here for the date of release from 18th November 2016 to 11 Feb 2017.

For updates on activities and promotions, you can follow Changi Airport Singapore on their social media:


Thank you Changi Airport Singapore for the invite, the family had tremendous fun! We will be back !

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