A Walk through Wheelock Place to Swanky ION

Now that we can’t walk through Borders, we go through the first level instead and always come across the toy store. An adorable huge kewpie doll was displayed in the window.

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Then on to ION. Being super lazy, I appreciate the new connectedness, as I recall when it was not as easy or seamless to get from one mall to another.

I was attracted this this store called Nippon-ya selling Japanese products and candies. So pretty with the chandeliers.

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It’s now the Mid-Autumn Festival, but I’ve yet to have mooncake. Just hankering for a tiny bit.

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The Swanky Foodcourt aptly name Food Opera. The food’s not the best, but will do. It was filled with tourists who seemed confused as to what to order. Saw them staring hard at the various items at the Nasi Padang store.

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photo by bookjunkie


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This was not taken at an aquarium but a Chinese restaurant. I always feel sorry for the pretty lobsters.

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photo by bookjunkie

The top level is spacious and lovely. I’ve never eaten at Meatworks and was intrigued by the menacing looking hooks.

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photo by bookjunkie


photo by bookjunkie

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2 Responses to A Walk through Wheelock Place to Swanky ION

  1. 365days2play says:

    Meatworks is good! I love the hanging tender!

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