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I’m Excited about my New Adventure at White as Milk

I am really thrilled that Guillaume of White as Milk (WAM) invited me to contribute on his blog. The best part? He was totally fine with me being a hermit & wanting to remain anonymous (most people would think that … Continue reading

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Children Little Museum at Bussorah Street

Even though this was my second time to the shophouse, which has been converted to a nostalgia museum, it felt new somehow. It was extra fun perhaps because my cousin was with it and it was cool to see her … Continue reading

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Why I Love Haji Lane

Haji Lane is a place you’ll fall for. It’s a haven where you won’t get shoved in a crowd, pushy sales people hovering over you, and mind numbing chain stores. It’s like a splash of colour in a country people … Continue reading

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Bussorah Street to Bugis MRT

Just a pictorial walking guide of how we made our way back to Bugis MRT. The Sultan Mosque. So much colour and fabric, along the way. Marvellous rugs. Mannequins draped in jewel tones. Sufi’s Corner, but no hookah smokers on … Continue reading

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Walking from Bussorah to Kandahar Street

As we walked on, this perfume store appeared at Bussorah Street – Jamal Kazura. The store that sells perfume made without alcohol. You can make your own fragrance too. Resisted the Turkish, Mediterranean place because Nasi Padang was calling. We … Continue reading

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Fika – Swedish Halal Restaurant

Trying to upload my Kampong Glam photos in chronological order so that I have a better idea of the layout the next time I’m there. After Haji Lane, we came across Fika the Swedish Halal restaurant with the pretty decor. … Continue reading

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Another Stroll Down Haji Lane

Crossing over to walk to Haji Lane. This makes me wonder if there is a short cut to Haji Lane by another way. Oh well, think I’ll leave that for another day. Currently one of the must sees for tourists, … Continue reading

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Thinking about Arab Street

My heart definitely belongs to charming Arab Street. What I mean is the whole of Kampong Glam, including Haji Lanes and all the lovely little shops and cafes. It’s one place that I can’t wait to return to. I especially … Continue reading

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Exploring Holland Village (Part 1 of 2)

As we enter Holland Village on another super hot, blue sky day, you can see that construction of the MRT is still going on. I can’t wait for this stop on the yellow line to be ready. There is the … Continue reading

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Peranakan Museum: The Elegant Sarong Kebaya

My friend’s grandmother used to wear this elegant traditional attire, but these days it’s getting to be a rare sight. The exhibit was one level up and you can take the stairs or the lift. It’s on for quite long … Continue reading

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