A Sneak Peak into Yakult Factory Tour in Singapore

Introduction: What is the Yakult Factory Tour? Who is It Recommended for?

Yakult is a probiotic drink that is made from fermented skim milk and live Lactobacillus casei Shirota. It is the most popular probiotic drink in Japan, with over 40 billion servings sold annually. The Yakult Factory Tour Singapore offers visitors an opportunity to learn about how Yakult is made and how it can be beneficial to one’s health. Visitors will also get to see how the company has evolved over time through various interactive exhibits.

The factory tour for Yakult is highly recommended for the young and old! You will be able to learn more about their production process and even the history of the highly raved childhood drink – Yakult.

What to Expect on the Free Yakult Tour in Singapore?

It has been 35 years since Yakult started its factory tour. There have been more than 400 thousand people that have visited the factory – from schools to private organisations and even government bodies.

You will be greeted with a treat – a free bottle of Yakult before you visit the factory! The Yakult tours begin in a classroom where you will learn about the benefits of probiotics in our bodies. Probiotics are active microorganisms which are good bacteria that help keep our body healthy and functioning.

Where is the Yakult Factory Located in Singapore?

As of January 2021, Yakult started to offer Virtual Tours to Schools and Corporate. Located at 7 Senoko Avenue, Singapore 758300, Yakult is able to hold a minimum capacity of 20 pax to 40 per session. For a virtual tour, there is a minimum pax of 15 per session. In order to arrange or join a tour, contact Yakult directly at 6257 7882 or email [email protected] to arrange for a factory tour.

The Better Scoop, Former Just Because Creamery, Nian Gao Ice Cream Waffle Beside Nex

If you’re looking for the best new cafes in Singapore to have desserts, we have put together a list of our favourites! We are always on the lookout for delicious desserts at affordable prices! If you have a cafe to recommend, do let us know by submitting a deal.

Recently, we posted about Paris Baguette 1-for-1 All Day Chocolate Cup, 1-for-1 Kroffle ($6.90++) at Walking On Sunshine and Enjoy Free Waffle At Udders During Your Birthday

The Better Scoop Signature Nian Gao Waffle

For a luxurious dessert sure to impress, The Better Scoop handcrafts its ice cream made with real ingredients! Top off your experience at The Better Scoop by opting for their waffle! The crispy and airy Nian Gao Waffle provide a chewy texture which goes perfectly with your choice of ice cream.

Their latest outlet right beside NEX just opened in August 2021. Tucked in a quiet area, this place offers unique flavours like their signature honey chamomile blue pea and chrysanthemum goji berries.

This cafe certainly offers modern ice cream with a local twist! Try it out for yourself 😉

📍8 Jalan Legundi, #01-08, S759274
📍264 Serangoon Central, #01-203, S550264

4 Best Mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival 2022

Mid-Autumn Festival is symbolic for bringing families together. During the festival celebration, families gather to enjoy the Moonlight in the evening, as this is the 15th day of the 8th month in the Chinese Lunisolar Calendar, where the Moon is full.

Mid-autumn Day originated in the Moon Worshipping Festival, which celebrated harvesting during autumn about 3000 years ago. Because the harvest is tied to the cycle of the moon, it was thought that there was an extra special occasion to take place when the moon was full. As a result of history and cross-cultural influences, most Asian harvest festivals, such as Japan’s Tsukimi Festival, involve viewing and appreciating the full moon, since this tradition originated with China’s mid-autumn festival, which is also known in English-speaking Asia as the Mooncake festival.

1. 5 On 25 – Andaz Singapore Mooncakes

Andaz Singapore is running a 25% discount when you pay with selected credit and debit cards from now till 26 August 2022. Their pre-order starts now and collection and delivery start on 2 August 2022.

If you are interested in getting your hands on their Silver Lotus OG (White Lotus Paste with Melon Seeds), Silver Lotus ++ (White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk), 5 ON 25 Signature Tea Blend (Osmanthus, Oolong Tea and Pu’Er Tea), Ruby Pandan (Pandan Lotus Paste with Red Bean Paste and Red Beans), Dating Longans (Red Date Lotus Paste and Longan Meat) and Teh Gao Siew Dai (Milk Tea Lotus Paste with Almond Flakes), visit their online shop here.

2. Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant Mooncakes

Look out for our all-time favourite Lychee Paste with Rose flavour, as well as the all-new Nyonya Brown Sugar with Shredded Coconut. Enjoy this year’s Mid-Autumn Celebration with a complimentary premium Pu-erh tea cake (普洱茶饼) with every purchase of 4-piece set of mooncakes. All mooncake purchases are entitled to a $20 Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant dining voucher, valid at all three Si Chuan Dou Hua outlets (T&Cs apply).

Pre-orders commence on 4 July, with 30% early bird savings for UOB, AMEX and DBS cardmembers. Mooncakes will be ready for collection from 4 July to 10 September 2022 (while stocks last). Shop on their website.

3. The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Mooncakes

The Capitol Kempinski Hotel mooncake boxes and tote bags are designed with 14 iconographies that are inspired by our iconic heritage landmarks – Capitol Building, Stamford House, Capitol Theatre and CHIJMES.

Their signature is their White Lotus Paste with Egg Yolk, White Lotus with Macadamia Nuts, Pandan Paste with Melon Seeds and Pineapple Paste [NEW]. Check it out here!

4. KAZO Mooncakes

This year, KAZO partnered with Kidney Dialysis Foundation (KDF) to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival. They have curated a delectable selection of mooncake delights that you can gift your friends, and enjoy with your family to enrich your Mid-Autumn celebrations. Best of all, proceeds from the sale of each purchase will go to support dialysis treatment and holistic care for underprivileged kidney patients. Order from their website.

4. KELE Mooncakes

Kele is bringing back Traditional Baked Mooncakes in 2 variations. This traditional baked mooncake series is a classic favourite and can never go wrong. These timeless traditional baked mooncakes are made with a luxurious creamy low-sugar white lotus paste. With or without the golden egg yolks, take your pick!

5 Must-Eat Food Stalls at East Coast Lagoon Food Village

East Coast Lagoon Food Village – A Delicious Adventure for All Your Senses

East Coast Lagoon Food Village is a food village that offers a variety of cuisines from around the world. It is located on the east coast of Singapore, where you can find many different kinds of food from all around the world.

How to Get to East Coast Lagoon Food Village

East Coast Lagoon Food Village is highly accessible with great connectivity. Just 10 minutes away from Tanah Merah (EW4), there is a bus stop nearby with 10, 197, 36, 43, 48 bringing you there. The closest bus stop is the Opp Eastern Lagoon II (93131) at Bedok Sth Ave 1 which brings you to the East Coast Lagoon Food Village in Singapore.

Activities To Do Near East Coast Lagoon Food Village & East Coast Park

  • Cycling (Rental from Coastline Leisure at $8/h++)
  • Rollerblading and roller skates
  • Prawning & Fishing
  • Bring your kids to Coastal Playgrove/Marine Cove Playground to play with slides and the vertical climbing area
  • Cable-ski at Singapore Wake Park


Han Jia Bak Kut Teh & Pork Leg

Oyster Omelette

BBQ Chicken Wings

Fried Carrot Cake / 菜头粿

We highly recommend Lagoon Carrot Cake (1220 ECP, #40 East Coast Lagoon Food Village, Singapore 468960). No pork no lard. Affordable pricing at just $5-$7 for crispy carrot cake (white) or sweet delicious carrot cake (black).

Their operating hours are:

Mon-Friday (Except Wednesday) – 12–10pm
Wednesday – Closed
Weekends – 8:30am–10pm

East Coast Park – East Coast Lagoon Food Village. Our Verdict Is that This Is A Food heaven For Foodie & A Must-visit Place in Singapore!

East Coast Lagoon Food Village is a long heritage hawker centre that was built over land which was reclaimed from the sea.