Battle Trip | 배틀트립 – Ep.68 : Singapore Tour [ENG/THA/2017.10.01]

Battle Trip | 배틀트립 – Ep.68 : Singapore Tour [ENG/THA/2017.10.01]

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    joey cy

    Im a singaporean but i feel like im watching a different country in this ep HAHAHAH they film it till sg is such a amazing country im so proud of sg 🇸🇬✨

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    tagynoz 31

    Hi everyone, I'm planning to study abroad for a semester long at Singapore Management University next fall. Can you guys recommend some places for me to go to eat and places must go when you are in Singapore? Please thank you so much!!! <3

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    twidlings

    Don't people know that the best places to eat local food in Singapore is the hawker centres? And it's really cheap too!!

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    Laughing AtYou

    Did anyone notice 23:31 when his finger went through the glasses? There’s no glass at all! Why on earth he wear the glasses then at home? I don’t understand this trend thing. Lol

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    redfullpack

    I m not sure whether they eat their food before or after Mega Jump?
    But for other Korean visitors watching this, please note it is very easy to vomit or throw up if you ride just after eating

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    Hye Ok

    Like what one of the guys said, the chilli mixed with dark sauce is supposed to be a dip for the meat. The veggie is already drenched in a lighter soy sauce, and you can also eat it together with the fried onions for extra flavour. Well, when I say "supposed", I just mean how the locals eat it, and the way it is commonly done. but of course, to each his/her own. If dipping bakchoy in chilli soy sauce tastes like kimchi, then I think it is a good & innovative tip indeed! (Disclaimer: I've never tried it before though lol)

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    got7 & jackson wang's•multifandom 101-kpop trash

    wait WTF THEY CAME TO SINGAPORE whoa I DIDNT KNOW HAHAHA DAMN hope they enjoyed my country

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    Freya Castle

    I'm not from Singapore but I've been living here for a while now and I totally understand why they miss kimchi while they are eating. Simply enough, it's because they are in a foreign country and the dishes were so foreign to them. When I go back to my home country, Australia, I always craved Singapore's Chilli Crab and Hainanese Chicken Rice. I also miss my favourites – mee soto and laksa <3

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    Eunos Ikhwan

    OKAY IM NOT ONLY SCREAMING AT THE FACT THAT THEY WERE IN SINGAPORE BUT I ALSO HEARD MCR'S NANANA(NANANANANANA) DO YALL HEAR ME SCREECHING ACROSS THE ISLAND MY INNER EMO HAS RETURNED

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    Adi yusof

    I'm a Singaporean , I really enjoy watching this two guys ..Both are really funny & fun to be with.. Hope you guys enjoy in Singapore 😊😊😊 Thank you bring Singapore name in your vlob😘😘😘

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    Sayuri Kinomoto

    Isn't fish head curry invented by the Chinese..? Because they didn't want to throw away fish heads in restaurants

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    AlpacaGirl_

    Anyone clicked on the video bcs u are from singapore and u see them going to singapore? Because that is literally me doing that! Plus i love watching battle trips because i get to see FOOD! FOOD is LIFE and i can't live without FOOD! (ok that's wierd)

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    S S

    oooh the food all looks great! but so expensive T_T

    also i find it a little sad that they don't seem to realise that indian and malay food/cultures are actually part of singaporean culture too, not just international.

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    kookies and cream

    in singapore the fried bread they were talking about is called "youtiao" and we usually dip it in soya milk or even coffee for breakfast

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    EksX Girl

    i suggest to sleep at Mi Hotel. Mi Hotel located near Bugis and Orchard road. i suggest that hotel cz they provide a phone for every room. and u can bring it when u explore singapore and its free to call to any country. only need to put it back in your room when u check out from the hotel. a cross from the hotel there's a food court that serve chiness, korean, japan food.
    Only want to share my experience at SG. hope it can help ^^

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    Grace AX multifandom

    i feel for chilli crab, jumbo seafood restaurant is the best. and they went to very touristy areas which were quite ex. they can go to hawker centres for cheaper yet good and authentic food. for food tour, they should come in may to july. cuz of geylang bazaar….

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    Vita Puspitasari

    Korean People: "It Will be nice (perfect) if we have Kimchi here"

    ASEAN Country: "we Can't live without rice"

    Who's there from ASEAN Country? If yeah I'm from Indonesia!! Nice to meet you :> ^^

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    Ameer Hamsa

    Wow! Best video ever! Not only did they promote my country well, there is also GFriend at the end! My buddy heart is happy!

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    Isabella Cordelia Chua(:

    I am shook they spent $50 on breakfast :") You can easily get all that they ordered with less than $10 lol… Maybe even $15 max.

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    music lover

    I am an Indian and honestly yoghurt rice and lassi are definitely not the same!lassi is a cooling sweet beverage while yoghurt rice is a food staple of South India!

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    Ever Abby. H

    That’s not even the first restaurant that created Chili crab! The first restaurant in Singapore that created chilli crab was Roland restaurant. I am sad they didn’t do their research :/ but happy for them they got to enjoy 😉

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    Ever Abby. H

    The prawn noodles they went to is not even that great. There are better prawn noodles in Singapore.

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    Kent Vesser

    These two are always a blast on variety shows especially when it comes to anything to do with eating. They clearly enjoy their food and both being comedians they are good at making themselves funny and entertaining.

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