Zaolek lok lok buffet - a guide to the heartlands area of Kovan by Sweet Bunny Lobang - Singapore's Lifestyle & Food Blogger

What is Lok Lok - Lok Lok are like kebabs but instead of being totally meat base, there is a huger selection of ingredients to choose from. These skewered foods are either cooked or uncooked and are dipped into boiling hot soup bases. Sometimes restaurants even provide deep fry and barbequed versions of Lok Lok in their Menu.

Enjoy Lok Lok with friends by Sweet Bunny Lobang - Singapore's Beauty & Lifestyle Blogger

Origins of Lok Lok – Although there is no definite source of where exactly Lok Lok originated from, in a couple of states in Malaysia namely Kuala Lumpur, Subang etc…there are many peddlers, Lok Lok is a form of popular street food which is typically sold in vans and Malaysian restaurant has made its way into the restaurant in Singapore.

Differences between Singapore & Malaysia Lok Lok – For Singapore style of Lok Lok, you may select from a variety of soup bases such as chicken, herbal chicken, Mala, Laksa and TomYum whereby in Malaysia, it is either eaten with boiling with condiments such as sweet chili or satay sauce. It really depends on the state of Malaysia you are in.

How I got super soft hair, Oway Flowerfall hair spa review. Sweet Bunny - Singapore's Lifestyle, Hair & Beauty Blogger




The Month of May had been a stressful month for me and all I wanted to do was to unwind, relax and rejuvenate my senses. No surprise that I approached Focus Hairdressing after hearing about their Oway - flowerfall promotion for the month of June and July 2018. For haircut and flowerfall treatment priced at SGD$110.00, usually priced at SGD$200.00

An introduction to Oway herbs & clay peeling cleansing – At the beginning of the session, Jane asked me how I was feeling and if I would prefer a relaxing blend or a vitalizing one, She at that juncture gave me a head neck and shoulder massage after applying the blend to my scalp. There were 3 blends to choose from and these are the benefits of each blend: 




Oway blend anti-oxidant focus hairdressing chinatown by Sweet BunnySingapore's Lifestyle, Hair & Beauty Blogger
Jane Preparing the Oway Blend



Massage Oway blend into scalp by Sweet BunnySingapore's Lifestyle, Hair & Beauty Blogger
Jane Massaging the blend into my scalp and hair

Singapore Debra International: Debra Singapore Support Group for Epidermolysis Bullosa. Sweet Bunny

Channel News Asia Singapore - On a recent documentary broadcast by Channel News Asia, I came to learn about a skin disease called epidermolysis bullosa or EB. I don't know all symptoms of epidermolysis bullosa but Epidermolysis Bullosa Disease is a rare group of diseases which cause the skin to be very brittle, interactions with the skin such rubbing, heat, scratching or even touching may induce blistering. Children who suffer from this are known as butterfly children because butterfly wings being very fragile akin to the children’s skin.

Channel News Asia Documentary - Watching the documentary ON Channel News Asia, really tugged at my heartstrings, I have gone thru a case of irritant contact dermatitis with my hands about a decade ago, a mere fraction of the pain and suffering both mentally and physically that butterfly children have to thru all their lives. There might not be a cure for it now but as medical technology advances, there is always hope.

Singapore - Debra International: Debra Singapore Support Group for Epidermolysis Bullosa in Singapore - Sweet Bunny

Serangoon central old bus interchange/ Wonderful Cakes at Naomi's Kitchen - Sweet Bunny

Whenever I am in Serangoon Central there is always a sense of nostalgia, perhaps being one of my haunts during my secondary school days contributes the sentiments. The red brick structure of the old Serangoon bus interchange will forever be iconic to me.

Former Serangoon Central Bus Interchange
Former Serangoon Central Bus Interchange 



Serangoon Central, the Early 2000s my daily routine teen life- As a school kid I used to wait at the bus interchange for my bus home, it was always packed with commuters at times I would bump into a classmate’s kid brother and who would shout my name across the interchange to check if I have seen his sister, kind of embarrassing to have the whole bus interchange know your name. Before the shopping mall, NEX  and the North- East Line MRT came along, there was not much to do in the area, MacDonald was the only fast food chain that and was popular with the teens. Besides the community centre, there was not many facilities or services available in this sleepy area. At times, I would walk a classmate home, because her flat was on the way to the bus interchange. Her mum would wave from the kitchen window when I greeted her, auntie used to call me the girl who walks Letchumi home, she is a very nice lady who was always very warm and kind whenever I hang out at my classmate’s home to study.


Lengthy bus berth of old Serangoon interchange
Lengthy bus berth of old Serangoon  bus interchange