Tag Archives: charming

Joy, Love, Hope

The Christmas decorations at My Village spoke to me. It’s lovely how this tiny mall always tries to be a bit different from the pack. The result is always charming. Instead of carolling there was a performance with bells that … Continue reading

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Hediard: Another Favourite Spot of Mine

Some things you can’t quite explain, but I like the vibe at Hediard in spite of the prices. Just my second time here but I’m charmed by the place hidden in a quaint little Tudor style building. I know the … Continue reading

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Wimbly Lu: Quaint Little Chocolate Cafe

Blogged about my latest visit to Wimbly Lu at White As Milk. I didn’t dare try the spicy Mayan chocolate but maybe one day I should. I would come here more if it wasn’t always so packed. It’s much nicer … Continue reading

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Eng Hoon Street is So Hip Now, but it was Always Charming

Not only did we get to check out the new Tiong Bahru Bakery that replaced an egg shop and is helmed by a Parisian, that everyone’s talking about, we felt refreshed in this pretty estate with it’s charming white low rise … Continue reading

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Greenwich V: New Little Seletar Hills Mall with a Difference & My Pick of the Directory

I was impressed by the cosy design of malls like My Village and Rochester Mall, but now I am majorly impressed by Greenich V which is located within the Seletar Hills residential estate. It’s so charming and dare I say … Continue reading

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An Utterly Charming Experience at Littered with Books (Duxton Hill)

I had been meaning to visit Littered with Books for the longest time, but I just never got around to it. I am so glad that I finally did. It’s a little bookstore located on Duxton Road, and places like … Continue reading

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Helsinki: Moomin Trolls

In Helsinki I fell in love with a new bunch of characters. The Moomin, spelt as Muumi in Finnish I guess, which I saw everywhere in both Helsinki it’s place of origin and Stockholm. Moomin is a cartoon that was … Continue reading

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Gamla Stan: Quaint Old Town in Stockholm

Another of my favourite places in Stockholm was Gamla Stan which means Old Town.  It was just a subway ride away from our hotel so it was the very first area we explored and also said to be a must … Continue reading

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The Old Charming Architecture of Tiong Bahru

I like these charming low rise buildings at Tiong Bahru. It’s not only a place for great food with the Tiong Bahru market and loads of coffee shops, but also starting to become a place for the cool and trendy. … Continue reading

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Yong Siak Street: Strangelets, Books Actually & 40 Hands

I finally made it to Yong Siak Street which is in Tiong Bahru, after reading so many complementary posts by so many young bloggers. When I was there the most striking thing I saw was this poster for a beautiful … Continue reading

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