Makan for you and your Kia
2017 has gone by so quickly, and we’re already approaching the middle of the year!
Having launched our first-ever hybrid crossover, the Niro, we broke new ground with this record-setting car that uses half the amount of fuel that a normal petrol car does, and also emits lower carbon emissions. Better yet, Niro owners do not need a special charging dock as the petrol engine charges the petrol cell itself – you can simply top up your car at normal petrol kiosks!
That’s definitely not all. Our recently facelifted Carens MPV is available in the diesel option, which is able to get up to 1,114km* on a full tank of diesel, promising you better fuel economy. Meanwhile, our Sorento 7-seater diesel SUV also cuts down your fuel costs by up to 40%^, as compared to a petrol option!
However, apart from feeding our cars, we mustn’t forget to pamper ourselves every now and then with special treats as well! Here, join us on a food-themed journey as we bring you on a virtual journey to places where you can fuel your cars – and also delight in delicacies from the popular foodie neighbourhoods that they’re located in!
Shell Bukit Batok East Ave 6
28 Bukit Batok East Avenue 6, Singapore 659760
Caltex Bukit Batok
50 Bukit Batok East Avenue 3, Singapore 659879
Recently relocated from an industrial complex in Sin Ming, New Ubin Seafood is a supper destination popular with taxi drivers. Now found at 63 Hillview Avenue, its “Heart Attack Fried Rice” and steak cubes make for a satisfying and sumptuous meal!
Image credit: Jackson Sim, Burpple
Shell Simpang Bedok
331 Bedok Road, Singapore 469504
Simply put, Simpang Bedok has it all (well, almost)! From coffee shops to restaurants like Spize (336 Bedok Road), Badoque (246 Bedok Road), as well as a branch of the famous Selegie tau huay (320 Bedok Road), there’s truly a smorgasbord of choices!
Image credit: Burpple Guides
Esso Jalan Bukit Merah
2991 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 159458
Shell Outram 305
305 Outram Road, Singapore Singapore 169072
Old-school and trendy all at once
Boasting a beautiful medley of both old and new, the hipster estate of Tiong Bahru brings you comfort food such as Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice (#01-49, 71 Seng Poh Road). There’s certainly nothing like good old pork chops and rice smothered in a generous portion of luscious curry gravy!
Image credit: Traveling Noodle, Burpple
Not a fan of curry? You’re not too far away from a string of cafes all around the area, as well as Tiong Bahru Hawker Centre (30 Seng Poh Road)! Of course, you could go old-school with a tze char spread at Por Kee Eating House (69 Seng Poh Lane) – the “champagne pork ribs” are certainly a must-try!
Image credit: Reiko Lee, Burpple
Caltex Beach Road
4870 Beach Road, Singapore 199586
397 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169630
For the sweet-toothed
Looking for a quiet spot to hang with bae, simply sipping coffee and enjoying desserts like bingsu, honey thick toast, and sweet pretzels? A post-dinner treat at Tom n Toms Coffee (12 Gopeng St, Icon Village) sounds perfect for winding down after a long week at work. What’s more, they’re open till 1am!
Image credit: Burpple Guides
*Based on Kia Carens and it may vary according to individual driving habits and road conditions
^Based on fuel costs listed on source as of early May 2017
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