Pasir Ris and Changi

Take a one-way (MRT) trip to the far east – you’ll find more than chalets and droves of army boys

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Eat this Re­fresh­ing brews

Lit­tle Is­land Brew­ing Com­pany is a mi­cro­brew­ery that, on its own, is worth a trek to the east. What’s on tap: a ro­tat­ing se­lec­tion of pale, golden and Scot­tish red ales, wheat beer, and stout. Cou­ple that with smoke­house fare such as brisket, pork belly and ribs.

#01-01/02, 6 Changi Vil­lage Rd (6543 9100, libc.co). Mon-Thu noon-11pm; Fri noon-mid­night; Sat 11am-mid­night; Sun 11am-11pm.

Blast to the past

Set in an ulu corner near Changi Vil­lage, The Coastal Set­tle­ment is great for get­ting away from it all. The spa­cious diner evokes nos­tal­gia with sooth­ing oldies, Ves­pas, vinyl records and even ice kachang ma­chines. Opt for classic brunch fare like eggs Bene­dict or nasi lemak in the al fresco area.

200 Nether­avon Rd (6475 0200, the­coastalset­tle­ment.com). Tue-Sun 10.30am­mid­night.

Art on your latte

Heart-shaped latte art’s over­done – take it up a notch with the 3D latte art at the charm­ing Chock Full of Beans. Think grin­ning cats, To­toro or a wild Snor­lax pop­ping up from your drink. Flavours such as hazel­nut, maple, rose and Bai­leys will en­sure

your cuppa’s more than just good to look at, too.

#01-2090, Blk 4 Changi Vil­lage Rd (6214 8839, chock­fullof­beans.com.sg). Tue-Fri 11.30am-10.15pm; Sat & Sun 9.30am-10.15pm.

Break­fast of champs

Long queues are the norm for In­ter­na­tional Nasi Lemak, a stall at Changi Vil­lage that serves up the rice dish with all the trim­mings: fried chicken wings, ikan bilis, fried ikan kun­ing and otah. What­ever you do, don’t miss the sam­bal – it’s spicy, fra­grant and ex­tremely mor­eish.

#01-26 Changi Vil­lage Hawker Cen­tre, 2 Changi Vil­lage Rd. Daily 7am-10pm.

Wild Wild Wet

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