Florist That Makes Gifting Flowers Truly Special


I love receiving flowers, I believe every women secretly does.


In Malaysia and Singapore it is literally swerving with florists. They’re on every corner, so it’s a little difficult to judge each one, when you’ve got so many other ones to compare to. Yet, there’s always that one gem in every industry and market that seems to stick out and today the one that caught my eye is from Singapore, known as A Better Florist, and I was happy to find out they are different indeed.

To start off, they’re not just any flower shop. They’re one of the best they can be. They can be considered a gift shop, because they offer so much more than just flower bouquets and arrangements. Although that’s their primary passion and focus, and something that draws you in immediately, their hampers and fruit baskets are equally attractive.

On first glance, you’ll see that they put a lot of thought into every bouquet. Every detail matters. They also claim that they want to make a world a better place one bouquet at a time. They want to provide to their customers what nobody else has before – unique flowers. You’re able to contact them and request customised arrangements and bouquet, so that your story, feelings and thoughts are embedded into it with each bloom.

Apart from the ability to create your own personalised bouquet, A Best Florist in Singapore makes sure that they are always fresh. Try ordering on any day of the week, even if they are in the midst of a busy Valentine’s Day flower delivery in Singapore. Their flowers are still going to be one of the perkiest ones on the block, holidays or no holidays. That kind of dedication is known to maintain the same standards and keep them high is really admirable.

I love that they’ve developed from a flower stand in Singapore and embarked their business venture by fully-developing and expanding to be known as one of the the better few florist in Hong Kong, Dubai and Abu Dhabi as well.


They truly cater to all people with a busy lifestyle. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or a mom with three kids, you’ll find that it’s so easy to shop from their website. You could be putting your baby away for a nap, and still be ordering a gorgeous bouquet on your mobile phone for that special someone, and/or that special occasion.

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I believe, they aren’t called the best florist in Singapore just for that reason. One of my favourite things about A Better Florist is that they know what bothers customers. Nobody likes to wait long for their orders, and nobody wants a service that they can’t depend on 24/7. That’s why A Better Florist by far is one of my favourite as they developed the best flower delivery in Singapore, and I believe is setting an example to all florists as well :).

They deliver every day, and even on the same day! You don’t have to pencil in dates, or wait for days. They are literally a 24 hour florist in Singapore that pops up whenever necessary. They even deliver within 90 minutes, if you’re really in a rush and need a bouquet ASAP. And this definitely has caught my attention and I believe for many others as well. I embraced the luxurious shopping experience A Better Florist created.

Of course, that little piece of flower heaven isn’t only for Singaporeans. They also have the best flower delivery in Hong Kong, if you’re ever there or you happen to live there and need fantastic flowers and gifts. Or, if you’re not looking for a but a florist in Dubai that’s going to meet the standards of this luxurious place, then you can also count on their Dubai flower delivery.

A Better Florist is literally expending as we speak and blooming around the world one petal at a time. If more florists thought like the A Better Florist team, I believe we would all be a lot happier in general, wouldn’t you agree?. Go check them out.


Traveling to Korea Part 6

I can’t believe our one week adventure is almost to the end. New memories and adventurous experiences made throughout this trip. Day 6, the weather wasn’t too kind. It was drizzling the whole time hence, we had to change our itinerary with Shopping Day.

We didn’t buy much for ourselves but instead we helped friends to buy some goodies home.


By night fall, the rain had stopped hence we strolled back along Meongdong streets to have our farewell dinner.


*cheers to a fabulous family bonding trip*



The raw gooey, slimy and sticky texture was quite palatable for me. However, the husband, and kids were very much freaked out watching me eat half of the plate.

The other half, I decided to try to have it semi cooked with sesame oil. This I didn’t fancy so much. I personally find that the sauce somehow over cover the taste of the octopus. Perhaps the sesame oil is too strong for my liking. >.<

The very next day, we had to rush off to the airport rather in the morning. Thankfully, we were able to stop by for a quick breakfast + coffee before heading to the airport.




It took us about 2 hours upon arriving the airport. The husband and I wanted to have our one last meal before the plane ride home.

No meal is complete without LOVE and desserts. 💕




Traveling to Korea Part 5

We started our day by dropping by the famous Osulloc for some amazing green tea while the husband had to do some work.




Known to be one of the famous premium green teas that comes in a wide range of variety. Although it is a tad bit pricy but it is most certainly worth trying, especially if you are a green tea lover.

We then headed over to Hongdae, with the intention to check out the famous trick eye museum as well as their famous street food.

The kids obviously had loads of fun there. 😍

Hongdae has many amazing cafes to check out. As the time and weather wasn’t too good, we only managed to check out the lamb cafe.


We had coffee and their waffles here.


We then walked along and saw some pretty interesting things and had some yummy street food.


We then headed for dinner before heading back for the night. 😍 #eatnonstop



Traveling to Korea Part 4

Day 4 in Korea is a Day for the kids. They were extremely excited about today and probably looked forward to THIS DAY the most. WHY? Because today we are heading over to LOTTE WORLD.

Our morning started off with breakfast.

I was in LOVEEE with this..


It’s so fluffy and soft on the outside (something like sponge cake texture) but it has the most light yet creamy fresh cream on the inside that just ooOOozzeeeee out when you bite it. #deliciousisanuderstatement

My son, on the contrary was obsessed with the cute pororo character printed cheesecake.


As soon as we finished. We headed to Lotte World.

I have always tried to plan something fun/interesting/amusing for the kids on every little trips/holidays I have, as I believe sometimes kids learn most through fun experiences in life while we are making and creating memories together.


It was a fantastic indoor theme park and we had quite some fun there too! 🙂


We were there for a good 3/4 of the day and decided to head on back somewhere nearer to MyeongDong for dinner.

On the way back, the boy saw his favourite character again. 😛


We decided on Mexican for dinner that night.


Followed by desserts before calling it a night.





Traveling to Korea Part 3

Rise and Shine

It was yet going to be another fabulous day in Korea. WHY? Because today is the day where I will be seeing, breathing, eating and eating and eating all day long.

To be honest, I love to indulge in eating quite a fair bit when I’m traveling which sometimes the husband gets a tad bit scared of my crazy sudden urge of appetite/eating patterns.

Day 3 was planned to be the day where we head on over to Garosu-gil for cafe hoping.


Doesn’t this look so good?!?!

I was literally in love with the Latte here.


We walked along the street of fashion and as usual ended up not buying anything. Don’t get me wrong, I do love shopping but sometimes I don’t know what to buy. #wtf #dontwastemoney #goodwifematerial #luckyhusband

Next stop is known as the BANANA TREE

They serve this really cute looking plant like cake which my kids were both freaking out when I took my first bite into it.


Next stop, we came across this really pretty and vintage looking cafe.

It was really quite unexpected but with very few seats available inside this tiny cafe was half full with customers that we had to walk in to try.


We ended up ordering high tea there and while I was waiting for them to serve, I walked around and saw these cute looking Rose Financier (which is pretty much like sponge cake if you ask me 😂) 


We were all definitely sugar high after this!


As much as I would love to eat some more… the husband and kids were pretty much giving me the NO MORE EATING LOOK.

We then headed back to MyeongDong and guess what… the little girl was so amazed by tornado potatoe that we got one for her to try.


to my surprise…. she could actually finish the whole thing!!!!

#gluttonyisinourgenes #wecaneat

Once she was done… we headed on to explore the Duty Free Malls before heading back for the day.


Opps.. no. It wasn’t exactly like that. We actually went back to MyeongDong and had some food before heading back home. 😁


Traveling to Korea Part 2

Hello readers! Day 2 was a day filled with fun adventure. Starting the day out early we headed off to Myeongdong in search for food. Our mission was to search for the famous Issac Toast. It wasn’t too far from our location but it did take us a good 15 min brisk walk to get there with the kids.

The line was rather long when we got there. Thankfully it didn’t take too long for it to be our turn.

Verdict. It was definitely something worth trying. We ordered 2 toast surprisingly the kids finished up most of it for us. 😂 😍 #aslongastheyeatallisgood

We then headed for Coffee. I was once told that Korean has pretty amazing coffee and both the husband and I do not deny it.


Sometimes I think it could be the milk they use. It’s creamy but light at the same time (does that makes any sense?) 


We walked along and the next thing we saw had me and the little girl grinning from cheek to cheek.


This is so darn pretty! AND its made from premium quality ingredients too!!!!!!


Our next stop was to visit the all time favourite tourist spot Gyeongbokgung Palace. It was only about less than 3km away but we decided to catch a cab there instead of walking with the two little ones. 😂

The Palace was really huge. We were extremely thankful that even though the sun was shining it wasn’t hot at all. As I could describe it, we had fabulous weather that afternoon.


We then walked along Gyeongbokgung area and decided to head on over to try the famous Tosokchon Samgyetang.



Once we had gotten inside and settled down. We (the husband and i) pretty much had our main focus right on the KIMCHI. It is SOOOO GOOD!!!


They packed little cute bottles of ginseng to be added into the chicken broth to combine with its dish. Despite it being a bit pricy, the kids definitely loved the chicken.

*which this momma has missed out on taking the photo* >.<

We then headed over to Dongdaemun but shopping wasn’t our priority for this trip but the little girl insists she wanted a photo with LINE BEARIMG_7555

…..back to MyeongDong we headed and soon after our first damage was made…


#weirdpeople #comekoreabuyjapanesestuff #weloveonitsukatiger

*I swear, MyeongDong left us with quite a positive impression after our first purchase* 😂

Later that evening, the husband had an itch to scratch. YESSS.. SALSA!