Friday, September 29, 2017

[ Review ] POSB Smart Buddy

When news of the launch of POSB Smart Buddy Programme into 19 local primary schools in Singapore came about, I had a mixture of both positive and negative thoughts running through my mind. Xav's school does not have this programme yet, hence, when  I first received the invitation to attend this briefing, I made my rsvp without even giving a second thought thinking that the briefing was a very opportunity for me to find out more.

I would say I am open to this idea and why I would say YES to this programme ? Basically, Smart Buddy is the world’s first in-school savings and payments wearable on the child’s wrist. I read and heard that it allows your child to tap to pay for food in school (You can even track what meals they purchased during recess),

Photo Credit: POSB Smart Buddy

at the bookshop and at selected merchants, check on balances, and track fitness levels. Think smart watch + Fit-bit + "e-wallet" all in one and it's so convenient to do them all while on the go. Let me just quote you some live examples or rather present issues I am facing with Xav.

Overall monitoring in an app 

First, in just this year, coming close to 10 months, he dropped and lost his coin pouch a few times in school. Either he ended up borrowing money from his teacher or he went without a recess because I do not encourage him to borrow from friends so as to deter any misunderstanding.

POSB Smart Buddy: It's just like a e-wallet. Parents can allocate and set a fix amount of allowance on a daily basis or change to a higher amount on certain days. You can also monitor with a touch of a button and at a glance, how much did the child spend and how much is left for the week. On the other hand, the child can get to check the balance is left for the remaining week. This way, I felt that it allows them to plan better on how to use their money wisely and spend within their means. Else, they can choose to save up the balance. 

Second, with the start of having enrichment, getting involved and helped out in the Reading Buddy Programme in school, on certain days, he would have to stay in school beyond the normal school hours. On these days, allowance will be slightly more to cater for his lunch. Sometimes, he could be so absent-minded that he could just leave for school without taking the allowance meant for that day or it could be his mummy, me, who forgot to give more.

POSB Smart Buddy: From the mobile app, parents can actually top up their allowance for the day without having to personally bring down money 

Third, he travels to school on his own since he was in Primary 2. Previously, we bought him a GPS watch to track his location. Now that 2G is being phased out, we gave him a phone for communication purpose but at a risk of him losing the phone in school as well.

POSB Smart Buddy: Has a bus tracker and an in-school locator, parents like myself who has their kids going to school on their own can put their mind at ease and be informed of their wherabouts all on the app. 

Fourth, I personally think it is so convenient to just tap and pay at selected retail stores that have this Nets Contactless symbol. I am always travelling around with just my card holder. All my payments are in Nets most of the time. For an instance, Popular has always been Xav's favourite retail store and at times, he will be asking to purchase a copy of a book out of the blue. So imgaine, how POSB Smart Buddy can save me from making a trip down just to pass him money. Say that I am lazy but I think he is independant enough to make simple purchases. So, we tried purchasing from the retail shop for the first time using POSB Smart Buddy. It will show how much was allocated for the day, how much was spent and how much balance Xav has left for the day. 

It will reflect where the money was spent at as well. However, the watch does not reflect how much is left after the purchase. It can only be viewed on the mobile app.

POSB Smart Buddy: Participating retail outlets (with Nets contactless symbols) allow wearers to pay with smart buddy, just tap and go ! Seriously, I wish I am issue with this watch !

Fifth, it does not only function as a watch, in-school location tracker (though it will be good if it can have an in-built GPS tracker, not limit to only tracking in schools, a spend-and-save e-bank, it can also be used as a health tracker. Xav got motivated to walk more so that he could reach his target of a certain number of steps. 

POSB Smart Buddy: It will sync with the watch and records the number of steps, distance covered as well as the amount of calories burnt. 

Overall, to be frank, I find it pretty beneficial and it is FREE for all students if the school decides to try out this programme (Replacement fee of $30 will be imposed should you lose it and needed a replacement) and on the other hand, I am sure that some of you out there may object to this idea as some would think that the basic fundamental of knowing how to count money should be taught, like the way we were brought up, which is counting the notes and coins physically.

Another concern for most parents, what if my child loses the watch, someone could have just misuse it and make illegal attempts to transact with it. Fear not, remind your child to keep you inform as soon as possible and with just a swipe of the button via the app, just go to the child's profile and you can deactivate the usage of the funds. I thought how cool this is, immediate prevention could be made.

My view on this point is, it still falls on how the parents would want to strike a balance. On school days, kids can wear and transact via POSB Smart Buddy while on the weekends, parents can still continue to allow them to make purchases using physical notes and coins.

If you are still not agreeable to this policy, then just allow your child to wear this as a normal watch. It is just like learning the first and second language, many are struggling with learning their second language because too much emphasis is on the first and now, it is unbalanced. The same theory applies to this programme and our usual way of counting money physically. All in all, I do not see the need to even set up social media pages to show your strong objection against the launch of this programme, I receive it with an open mind and I hope the watch can be upgraded to have a GPS function in the near future.

For more information about POSB Smart Buddy Programme, click here. I have just submitted a request to Xav's school to ask them about considering getting onboard of the programme.

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Disclaimer: I was invited by DBS to attend the briefing and for the review of POSB Smart Buddy. No monetary compensation is involved and all opinions are of my own. 

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

[ Giveaway ] 2 pairs of Admission Pass - My Little Climbing Room

My Little Climbing Room is officially opening their doors to the public on 30th September 2017 !

I cannot be more than happy to know that, finally, in the North-East region, there is a rock climbing facility for the little ones! Their walls are built by the parent company of Climb Central. It is Vera's first ever rock climbing experience. Excited much, allow us to walk you through. This 90 minutes session was divided into a 30 minutes of free play, 30 mins of group games and follow by another round of 30 minutes free play.

Nested within the building, My Little Climbing Room allows up to 15 pairs of adults and child in one session. 

The older kids can climb up the 4m high wall with different levels of difficulty as indicated on the task card (the more hands you see, the difficulty level is higher)

Augmented Reality wall, challenges the child to tap on the white circles on the wall within the shortest time. After all the white circles were tapped, the total time taken will be reflected on the wall. Some children may set it as a goal to do better than their previous timing.

AR Wall (Augmented Reality)

If the children chose to take a break from the wall, they could also get to the monkey bars and show their arm powers !

As for Vera, initially, she just wanted to play with the wooden toy kitchen and refused to budge and give a try at the walls until much later. I must say this is pretty well thought to set a play corner for the younger ones who may want to take a break from climbing or for those who are like Vera, who takes longer time to warm up. She is more of the cautious type and will prefer to go slow to see if it is safe to carry on. Just look at her expression......

From refusing to try after attempting at the higher walls, Vera decided to give a try at the number wall. There was a gadget right infront of the number wall, simply tap on it to choose a random number, then look for the same number on the wall. Pretty good to train the little one's observation skills too on top of their motor skills. Her confidence started to built up at the later half of the session and she was happily spotting and climbing up to the numbers with the assistance from us. Instructors were friendly too and had taught us how to support Vera while she was making her attempts to climb up and how to make her feel secure.

Vera even gave the Obstacle wall a go !

At the end of the session, photo printouts of the little guests were printed out for them to bring home as keepsake before they leave.

My verdict: Overall, both Xav and Vera had really enjoyed the session. For Xav, who is 9 yr old and having to attempt the walls at Climb Central, may find the 4 metre high walls, too easy for him despite having the different level of difficulty.

As for Vera, who has just turned 4 in July. Being her first experience in rock climbing, I witnessed her improvement from the beginning right to the end. Together with the brother, they had a blast !

As for the parents, if you are bringing your younger child, be prepared to flex your arm muscles to support them  as they climb ! I have to agree that it makes great bonding time between the parent and child.

To celebrate the Grand Opening of My Little Climbing Room on 30th September 2017, do not miss out the admission pass discount and on-site specials during the Grand Opening Weekend (30th September & 1st Ocober 2017).

Photo credit: My Little Climbing Room

Here are some additional information you would wish to take note:
  • Weekday sessions are unlimited play time and the group games will be run every 2 hours. 
  • Due to limited capacity, online booking is highly encouraged instead of walking in direct.
  • Feel free to approach the instructors if you need help in encouraging/guide the kids to climb. They will be more proactive in looking out for kids who can do with some guidance.
  • For each paying child, an adult admits for free. Additional adult at $5 per pax. 
  • Multi pass can be shared and is transferrable. Adult admission included too. Which means you can use 5 x Multipass for 1 child and 1 adult for 5 sessions OR 5 children and 5 adults in 1 session OR any possible combination. 
  • Want to hold an unusual birthday celebration, approach the staff to enquire about their party packages.
My Little Climbing Room is celebrating their grand opening with a GIVEAWAY too ! There are 2 pairs of passes (worth $44 each) to be given to 2 lucky readers of Xavvy-licious ! Simply follow the steps: 

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    Terms and Conditions :
    - Contest runs from 27 - 29 September 2017 @2359 hours.
    - Contest is for residents residing in Singapore only.
    - Any incomplete entries will be disqualified.
    - All winners will be notified by email, after winners have been selected.
    - Validity of the admission pass is until 31st Dec 2017.

    How to go:
    By Car :  Ample FREE basement parking available. Take the lift up from Lobby 3 to Basement 1. If you have trouble finding parking lots, approach the guards and they will help you.

    By Taxi: If you're taking a taxi, get the driver to alight you in the carpark too.

    By MRT: From Serangoon station, take bus 53 at Exit C. Alight at the 7th stop.

    By Bus: 53, 53M, 62, 113

    Walk through Hougang Ave 1 Park (5 mins) to reach The Promenade @ Pelikat. Take the escalator down to Basement 1 and enter the glass door on your left.

    Do visit My Little Climbing Room on their social media pages for future updates.

    Thank you for reading and if you would like to stay tune for future updates, do follow me on :

    Disclaimer: This is an exclusive mediainvite by MLTC for the purpose of review, no other monetary compensation is involved, all opinions and photos are of my mine unless otherwise standard. 

    Monday, September 25, 2017

    [Review] Song-Cho Soup Maker

    I bet the first thing that comes to your mind when Song-Cho is being mentioned, will be their stainless steel racks. If my memory did not failed me, 5 years ago when we had our new home, we decided to go for Song-Cho stainless steel racks for both my kitchen and bathrooms. I have even counter check with Don and he was sure that he did not see anything on kitchen appliances at all.

    Until sometime in July, we were invited to Song-Cho live cooking demostration at their showroom at Mapex, I got to understand the company abit more. Song-Cho Singapore, a locally based company in Singapore, started in 1995 specializing in 304 stainless steel products. They have grown and expanded from kitchen accessories to kitchen appliances ! They even provide fitting service for kitchen cupboards and sinks ! Now, I am secretly wishing to give my kitchen an overhaul!

    It was impressive when we saw how a sumptuous meal was prepared for 20 pax within an hour with the already prepared ingredients. These were the dishes that were whipped up with the various kitchen appliances; wok, magic cooker, rice cookers etc, soup maker to stainless steel wok.

    A healthier choice - Brown Rice 

    Fried Promfret

     Stir-fry Vegetables

    Fried Bee Hoon
    Curry Chicken

    Freshly baked bread from the bread maker

    Lotus Roots Soup

    Longan Smoothie

    Last but not least Cream of Mushroom Soup using the Soup Maker. The texture of the soup was really smooth ! I would think it is perfect to cook baby's puree with it given the end consistency.

    Cream of Mushroom soup

    Here's my personal experience with the Soup Maker. It comes with a durable 304 stainless steel inner jug, light weight and easy to carry around. Especially if you have a small kitchen space like mine. I had to fall in love with it being multi-functional as it has a total of 8 preset cooking modes.

    You can make soymilk, bean paste, congee, porridge, soup, stew, fruit/ vegetable and even smoothie in the comfort of our home.

    Soup Maker [ SCSM15B ]
    Dimension: 1.5 Litres (Dia16.5cm x H31.5cm)

    The blades

    If you look at the television screen below, it showed the raised "humps" around the jug. This is specially designed so that when you are cooking soy milk with it, the fibres will be evenly drawn back to the center so that the drink will not have much residue. 

    and I decided to try making my own soy bean drink from home. You can find the soy bean recipe on their website which makes it easier for all users to refer to ! Totally love it ! The soup maker is pretty smart as in it will give a beeping sound when you "overfill" the jug ,beyond the maximum capacity as marked on the interior of the jug. It will also beep if it is overheating and for safety measure, it will not work until it has cooled down.

    My homemade soy bean milk with gula melaka 

    Best to go with one of my favourite, You Char Kway also known as You Tiao
    (Chinese Fried Churros).

    This is the fifth attempt on making sorbet. I am still trouble shooting where and what has
    gone wrong. At first, I used rounded ice cubes and the size was much bigger than the
    size of half my thumb. I ended up with was a jar of floating ice and the frozen pineapple
    / water melon cubes remained unblended. 

    The fifth attempt, I used another ice tray, which is slightly smaller in size and of a mixture
    of rectangular cubes and irregular hello kitty head-shaped ice cubes. I succeeded half
    and managed to get something similar.

    Let me try again sometime soon and hope I can share with you, what exactly works. 

    Next to try out will be making Black Sesame Paste for dessert. No blender needed as it can
    be  done just using the soup maker alone.

    To read on the reviews for other appliances, check out the following links below:

    - Ilovedefamily >>>  Rice Cooker
    - MummyEd >>> Ideal Wok
    - Din0mama >>> Magic Quick Cook 
    - Kids "R" Simple >>> Magic Quick Cook 
    - Universal sscribbles >>> Bread Maker

    Song-Cho conducts cooking demos and if you would like to be updated on their events,
    products and promotions. Do visit them on their social media pages:

    For recipes using Song-Cho appliances:
    Instagram: Song_KitchenSpace  

    Thank you for reading and if you would like to stay tune for future updates, do follow me on :

    Disclaimer: This is a sponsored review for Song Cho, no monetary compensation is
    involved and all opinions are of my own. 

    Friday, September 15, 2017

    [Giveaway + Discount Code by Floral Garage Singapore] - My birthday month of August

    August have been great and yes, it's my birthday month ! I know August has passed, anyway better be late than never, I would very much love to document down the summary of this special month as I turned 35, half the journey, inching slowly towards the big 4.

    Earlier of the month, I went on a solo trip to Spokane (To be blogged later) with blessings from my ever supportive hubby. I had a good 10 days break away from the kids and it was really a good recharge for me.

    And whilst I was still away in Spokane, we were caught by surprised that Channel 8 News (Digital) would love to feature LeBox Sg in the National Day Special Reports. We were jumping in excitement and was really thankful for this opportunity !

    Another first in my life, I actually went to star chasing with one of my crafting friend, just to see Song Joong Ki who came to promote his new movie, The Battleship Island. So much so for experience, we told each other once is enough and never again *Laughs*

    And finally, after 5 years, I get to be involved again. I went on a learning Journey with Vera as a Parent volunteer for her class. These moments are precious. And I was glad that I was involved with not only Vera but with Xav as well. His form teacher told me, he had observed Xav to be quite happy with me volunteering to go on the learning journey with the school.

    | 11th August 2017: 4y 12d| Field trips involving parents totally stopped when Xav was promoted to K1 as parents were no longer allowed to go with them. After 5 years, am so happy to be able to join again, this time with Vera. When the school asked for parents volunteers, I readily jumped on it! Today, we went #bollywoodveggies supposingly for a farm tour but no thanks to the heavy downpour, they ended up with a mini show and tell plus making their rainbow #fruit 🥗 and this sweetie pie here had a sudden change of mind on the way back and wanted only her Mummy to sit next to her, nobody else was allowed and fell asleep on my arms shortly after. #zzz #lovethemoment #happymoments #Cherishthemoment #mindchampspreschool #mindchampsSg #LearningJourney #Veggie #Farm #instamoment #instafriday #FridayFriyay #Momsofinstagram #Momslife #sahm #sporemombloggers #sgparent #sgmom #sgkids #instakids #kidstagram #preschooler #preschooleducation #sg
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    Yet another first in my life, my first half marathon relay with another 7 Mom bloggers. I have not been really running for the past decade, the runs I participated in were usually kids' run where most of the time I was walking instead of running (not even jogging). this Mizuno Ekiden 2017, gave me an opportunity to prove to myself that I can do it way better than the targetted time I set for myself. I think the timing was even better than my school days when I did cross country run of a similar distance. In this case, it was all about mind over body, determination and perseverance.

    | 19th August 2017 | Thank you @mizunoekidensg for the invitation to run. This is my first real run for 2017, this may not be the best timing in the eyes of seasoned runners out there but I set my own target ( to complete within an hour) and I met my target of completing 5.2km in 33 mins. #pushinglimits #NeverGiveUp I guess it's not too bad as my last run was probably in 2005 or 2006 for my IPPT and I have never continued running ever since I embarked on Motherhood journey, not to mentioned an almost non-stop 5km. . I joined because of a group of like-minded friends. It was great #teamwork to complete the half marathon regardless of what the timing clocked as timing was secondary. Thank you Team #RacyMamas and #RunawayMamas It was great fun and definately motivating for me to run more after this. #MizunoEkidenSg #MizunoEkiden2017 #MizunoAsia #SgRun #Run #Sgevents #RunningMoms #Runstagram #instarun #Fitness #Healthy #Lifestyle #Sporemombloggers #Sgmoms #Momsofinstagram #Sgmoms #Sahm #Momslife #Saturday #instamoments #Instagram_sg #Igsg #Sgig #Sg #Singapore #ExploreSg
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    We made time out for a brunch and catch up, with another August baby, Jenn (Mylilbookworm), thank you for your friendship and Happy birthday to US  !

    With the usual gang, out of the 5, 3 are August babies too !

    From the left: Xavier, Meiling, Edlyn, Cynthia, Christy, Me and Vera

    Back to my birthday, it was really just another day with routines to be carried out. That day was made sweeter with Don taking leave on the day before and on my actual day just to spend some time with me. I was feeling grateful that I could sleep in and woke an hour later than my usual timing as he took over the preparation of breakfast and getting Xav ready for school. That extra hour of sleep meant so much to me ! I guess most moms can relate to this.

    On the same day after lunch, I had a task on hand to hunt for some materials as LeBox Sg was really honoured to be commissioned to do up educational party favours for a special someone turning 4. The lead time was really short and but we took up this challenge. The end result was satisfying on our side and yes, we had a happy client. To be able to know that the child loves the activities we made was a huge booster and a big encouragement for us to do better next time.

    And I returned home receiving a special delivery from Floral Garage Sg which made my day even sweeter. They had specially sent a Freestyle Bouquet, thank you so much ! Freestyle Bouquet is a customization bouquet. You can simply inform the staff what occasion you are gifting for, they will prepare a bouquet that they think is best suited for your request.

    About a year ago, I have done a DIY Terrarium review for Floral Garage Singapore. The current 2 year old Floral and Gift company offers beautiful hand bouquets, flower arrangements in form of baskets, vase or box and get them delivered to the special someone to bring some joy to their day or on any special occasion ! You can now send your love and at the same time, have some savings.
    Simply enter the discount code : Xavvy10 upon check out to get a 10% off . This code is valid for 6 months from the date of this post.

    Floral Garage Singapore would love to send some love to you too! It does not need any special occasion to send flowers to a friend or special one  to brighten up their day! To win a bouquet, simply follow the steps in Rafflecopter.

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    - Contest runs from 15 - 22 September 2017 and ends at 2359 hours.
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    Disclaimer: Floral Garage Sg sent a bouquet to make my day sweeter. There is no monetary compensation involved and all opinions are of my own.

    Sunday, September 3, 2017

    [Media Invite] Changi Love Kids Carnival + Hello Kitty Cafe Singapore

     This came just in time as we welcome the one week term break! Right at one of our favourite places, from 31 August to 8 October 2017, do head down to @ChangiAirport Terminal 3 and bond over some carnival activities and have fun together as a family! 

    This is what you can expect:
    Kids Dine Free: Kids dine for free at some of Changi Airport’s best restaurants on all weekends between 11am and 2pm during the carnival period.  To add to their delight, each child will receive a free carnival-themed kids pack comprising colouring activities, ‘cut-out’ models and more!  

    Games Galore: Put your skills to the test with a host of carnival games for children (and adults!) of all ages, from the UFO Claw Machine to the Ring Toss game.

    Rides, rides, rides!: A Grand Carousel, Helicopter merry-go-round and Choo Choo trains are for the picking, need we say more ?


    How to redeem Carnival Passes:
    - Present a maximum of two same-day receipts with a minimum spend of S$60 (S$80 for supermarkets) from any Changi Airport Public Area retail or F&B outlet to redeem three (3) Carnival Passes. 
    - Mastercard® cardholders who spend the above spend tier fully on Mastercard may redeem an additional Carnival Pass. 
    - Redemption per qualifying receipt(s) is regardless of spending amount in excess of the minimum spend required.   
    - Each Carnival Pass allows the holder access to any four (4) rides or games. 
    - Entry to all rides and games must be presented with a valid Carnival Pass and will be based on a first-come-first-served basis and availability of play slots.
    - For participants below 16 years old, the parent/guardian needs to consent to the assumption of risk through an acknowledgement form signed before participation in the activity. 
    - Redemption ends at 10.30pm on carnival operating days. 

    Purchase of Carnival Passes:
    - Carnival Passes can also be purchased at the event area at S$10 per pass. 
    - Only Cash and Credit Card payment modes will be accepted for the purchase of carnival passes to the event.    

    Note: Duplicated receipts from tenants will not be accepted at the redemption booth. 

    Hello Kitty Café Singapore , being one of the participating restaurants to give Complimentary Kids' Meal with every adult main ordered.

    During the phase when the café first opened its doors to the public, I read about the long queue and the food was expensive and tasted terrible. I beg to differ, in my opinion how terrible can the dishes taste? Afterall, it is a character themed restaurant, you cannot expect foodcourt price or One Michelin Star standard for the food and if you choose to be the very first who wanted to share your dining experience to your friends or on the social media when it was first opened, of course you would have to be mentally prepared for the long waiting time.

    Here I shared my dining experience, the ambience was cosy and lavishly decorated with orchids.

    I was looking through the menu, saw one National Day Menu with choice of "Hae Bee Hiam Pasta"and "Bak Kwa Mac & Cheese",  I was so tempted because both are my favourite ! On the other hand, I could not resist Captain's Favourite Curry and yes, it won me over. This is the cafe's rendition of the popular Kapitan Curry and totally no regrets !

    I loved the thicker, richer and more flavourful curry as compared to the normal chicken curry. It was a little spicy but totally manageable and the curry chicken chunks were served with some fresh greens , a soft and fluffy Japanese bun. Be sure to dip the bun and savor together with the curry! I would have to say the portion is perfect for a nice tea break but would not be filling if you are going to take it as lunch or dinner.

    Parents can now rejoice ! Kids menu is now available for the junior patrons!

    Xav ordered one of the most popular dishes that kids love, Holy Macaroni, which comes with a drink as a set.

    Hello Kitty Café Singapore also aims at providing patrons with a different dining experience each time they visit. Be sure to capture pictures with a different theme on certain occasions.

    To celebrate the nation's birthday, #SG52, they even had a menu for it with some dishes created specially using our all time local favourites like #Haebeehiam pasta and #Bakkwa mac and cheese.

    Looks like I have to make another visit should the Cafe decided to keep this menu permanent. I thought this menu is good to also introduce overseas visitors Singaporean's favourite!
    Not forgetting the good company too! Nice to see you ladies !

    The rest of the participating restaurants (in Public Area) for FREE CHILDREN's DINING are as follow:

    Changi Airport Terminal 1
    RV Café - Pizza ,  Burger, Paste & Grill -  Level 1, 24 hours
    Saboten -  Level 3, 8 am to 11 pm
    PappaMia - Level 3, 7 am to 11 pm
    Manhattan Fish Market - Level 3, 7 am to 11pm

    Changi Airport Terminal 2
    Swensen's - Level 1, 24 hours
    Tsubohachi Izakaya - Hokkaido - Level 3, 10.30am - 11pm
    Chutney Mary - Level 3, 24 hours

    Changi Airport Terminal 3
    Milk and Honey - Artisan Yogurt & Desert Bar - Basement 2, 10.30am to 11 pm
    Hello Kitty Orchid Garden -  Level 1, 24 hours
    O' Coffee Club - Level 2, 24 hours
    Xin Wang Hong Kong Café - Level 4, 9am to 2am
    ThaiExpress - Level 3, 10.30 am to 11 pm
    Gurney Drive Signatures - Level 3, 10.30am to 11pm

    * You may also wish to ask the participating restaurants what is the deal to get the complimentary  kids dining before you step in to make sure the choice offered suits or is preferred by your child. For more information, do visit; for more updates.

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