Monthly Archives: January 2014

Happy Year of the Horse

Another glimpse of the magnificent horse at Chinatown. It’s been cool but today clear skies reigned and it was hard to keep my eyes open in the sun’s glare. So bring out your sunglasses if you’re visiting Singapore.

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Chinese New Year at Takashimaya

The annual fair that we usually check out at the Takashimaya basement end today. You can get huge ang pow packets there.

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Year of the Horse at My Village

Have always felt the decorations at My Village in Serangoon Gardens to be particularly charming.

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Total Opposite of a Social Butterfly

I don’t like bumping into people from my ‘past lives’ (when you’re old enough you will have this). This imp’s blog post reminded me of it and thank goodness I’m not such a misfit after all. There are people with … Continue reading

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There’s Nothing More Precious then a Talking Toddler

Yes I often gush about my nieces because they are so gush worthy (I’m sure every aunt or uncle feels the same). Just wish I could stay in the moment for longer. In the moment of their pure innocence. I … Continue reading

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Craving for Char Kway Teow at the new Tangs basement

Even though I had to queue it was nice to have a plate of fried Kway Teow that was freshly made in an air conditioned place. The new Tangs food hall is very attractive and you can get Bodum double … Continue reading

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Krispy Kreme in Singapore

Krispy Kreme has been open for some time, but I was a bit tardy in writing about it. Guess it was because I found it not as good as what I had in Hong Kong. Not as fresh, too sweet … Continue reading

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Dessert & Dumplings at Paradise Dynasty

Yummy dumplings and the lovely banana souffle dessert are what I must have at Paradise Dynasty. Service could be vastly improved at the Westgate Branch (level 2) which we went to recently but I won’t fault the food quality.

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Jewel Coffee at Rangoon Road

Finally visited Jewel Coffee at Rangoon Road and was surprised to find another famous coffee joint next to it – Liberty Coffee. Had a relaxing time at Jewel as it was spacious and not crowded with very polite people at … Continue reading

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Paul at Westgate Mall

Westgate is the only suburban mall that feels like it would fit in at Orchard Road. It has a Paul Bakery Cafe for instance.

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