Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Factory Tour - Kikkoman Soya Sauce Factory

Kikkoman is a household brand everyone has heard off. A while ago, we are lucky to be able to be given permission to visit their factory. No purchases are allowed, however we are given goodies item such as Soya Sauce to bring back and try.

There will be a short presentation on the history followed by a detailed walkthrough on the sauce making process. After which, we will get to see the real process.

Kikkoman are classifed as part of Factory Tours and Educational Tours.

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The cloth that retain the sauce for extraction
Automatic bottling and packing station

The brand
Powerpoint presentation
The Complex process

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Warehouse Tour - Crocodile and Food warehouse (Suitable for Mother day)

This post serve as an update to Fei Fah Ointment warehouse. To our pleasant surprise instead of just Ointment it has also evolved into a food import and export center. Mainly, they import special - seldom seen product from Hong kong and Malaysia.

This include all kind of Durian Favored product - NOT Durian itself - see thir postal below

There will also be educational talk on food safety on extract of Durian product, on how those extract are added to the food and the processing procedure. Something everyone needs to know as food extract are everywhere now and some are just pure chemical additives!

Next, not forgetting their Ointment roots. There have recently added their Crocodile oil range of products that has been selling like hot cakes but will be selling cheaper at the manufacturing plant here. Take a look at their adv below.

Below are some of the other products and picture of happy customers that have visited them.

This location will be tag as part of Fei Fah Ointment Fty tour
You can jump to the list of factories here.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Postpone and cancel of tours till 30 March 2015

With great sadness, all Singaporean, myself included heard the news that Mr Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore founding Prime Minister has passed away.

As a mark of respect, all local tours will be postponed or cancelled if necessary till 30 March 2015.

We regret for any inconvenient caused.

On a personal note, Mr Lee has my utmost respect in truely giving up his life for Singapore as the welfare and survival of Singapore was his true passion.

Thinking out loud about myself, if I earned a few millions per year, after 2 years I would retire somewhere with rolling mountains and beautiful streams. Certainly not staying in Singapore and care about the harm of chewing gum or reproductive rate of the people. The fact that he cared speak volumes of his interest in Singapore as a whole and thus the welfare of everyone that call this rock home.

To make sure the society Mr Lee had used his live to build for us remain vibrant, prosperous, strong and free we must continue to ensure the fundamental value of equal chances for all races, religious in moving on in life, but at the same time giving each ample space to practice their own way of life. We need to continue to research new grounds for growth and development, new way of thinking ahead of other nations to stay relevant cos our margin of error remain very slim despite 50 years of progress.

However this is no longer Mr Lee problem, let the new generation take up the burden and come what may.

Rest in Peace Mr Lee for you deserve it.