Us Singaporeans love our food, no matter where we go. We’ve been spoiled rotten by the foodie culture we live in – it’s not unheard of for us to travel purely for the sake of eating. If you’re on a “food holiday”, it might be difficult to put off weight gain entirely (unless your metabolism is crazy high), but there are some guidelines you can set for yourself.
As a rule, only eat the foods that truly make you happy. This is especially true when faced with buffets, like hotel breakfast spreads. Avoid loading up on “unexciting” carbs – think the dry bread rolls – and stick to indulging in items that make you do a little dance in your seat. That way, you get to leave happy without feeling any regret about unnecessary calories.