Thursday, March 24, 2011

A Travelogue for Tourists and Our Future Generations



Kou fu

Meshing the good old Singapore coffee shop traditions with modern food court management style and contemporary store designs, Koufu is one of Singapore most established food court operators. To appreciate the background and success of Koufu, one must first understand the history of the man behind it, Mr. Pang Lim.

Recognizing the shift in Singaporean's lifestyles and tastes as well as the need to keep up with the changing demands of the growing population, Mr. Pang decides to take the lead again in changing the dining experience of Singaporeans. He rejuvenated Singapore's deep-rooted coffee shop heritage through the fusion of modern food court management style and local's deeply ingrained coffee shop culture. This marks the birth of Koufu.

Mr. Pang's relentless efforts to provide "Better Food, Better People, Better Life" to his customers will certainly pave the way for the transformation of the food and beverage industry in Singapore. The accomplishments that Koufu has today will start the new era of Singapore dining experience tomorrow.


Tanglin Halt

Blk 88 Tanglin Halt Road
#01-08
Singapore 141088

Sheng Siong

Sheng Siong was founded by Lim Hock Chee, now its Managing Director. After winding up his stall selling pork in 1985, Lim founded Sheng Siong's foremost operation in a single shophouse unit. Sheng Siong has evolved into a chain of 23 supermarkets and hypermarkets, and five food courts in Singapore. Sheng Siong has been awarded top 500 retail enterprises.

The supermarket chain has also launched a variety programme on Channel 8.

Singapore Botanic Gardens




The Singapore Botanic Gardens (Chinese: 新加坡植物园; Malay: Taman Botanik Singapura or Kebun Botani Singapura) is a 74-hectare(183-acre) botanical garden in Singapore. It is half the size of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew or around one-fifth the size of Central Park in New York. It is the only botanic garden in the world that opens from 5 a.m. to 12 midnight every single day of the year, and does not charge an admission fee, except for the . The garden is bordered by Holland Road and Napier Road to the south, Cluny Road to the east, Tyersall Avenue and Cluny Park Road to the west and Bukit Timah Road to the North. The linear distance between the northern and southern ends is around 2.5 km (1.5 miles).


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http://www.koufu.com.sg/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=23