Today’s post is food for the brains, dedicating this post to the NUS Open House. I did my postgraduate education here at NUS.
If you have visited this food diary for some time, you would have realised that my colleagues, family, friends and I have lots of our meals around NUS / NUH / Science Parks area. Wanted to visit the places that we eat at? Why not kill 2 birds with 1 stone?
Make a trip down to NUS this weekend. (14 – 15 March 2009) They are having an Open House and it should be really really exciting I heard. If you are a parent / uncle / auntie / brother / sister who has someone who is going to university next year, you should bring them down.
(It’s one of the best university in Asia. You can do an online search!)
After visiting NUS, you can visit the food stalls around NUS. Heard that the Student Union has some Food Bazaar going on. But if you want some places that is air-conditioned, try:
1) Megabites at the Science Canteen.
2) Sun Asian Bistro at the NUS Staff Club. (next to the Open House!)
(There are many canteens, but they are usually closed during the weekend, not sure if they will open this weekend though)
Venturing further, you can also take a short bus ride to:
– Clementi, Sunset Way, Ulu Pandan area (Buses 96, 151 from NUS)
– Buona Vista, Dover, Ghim Moh, Holland Village area (Bus 95 from NUS)
– West Coast, Ayer Rajah area (Bus 189 from NUS, Buses 30, 51, 143 along Pasir Panjang Road)
Some nice restaurants are appearing in Biopolis, Fusionoplis and Science Park 1. My colleague seem to like these two new discoveries. Sarang a modern Korean cuisine at Science Park 1 is a tad expensive but it quite nice. Koryo at Fusionopolis is also quite nice. It’s cheaper than Sarang though.
Too many URLs to click and visit?
More information on the NUS Open House, click on to: www.nus.edu.sg/openhouse