Tag Archives: colourful

Rainbow Dumplings

Tried out the new Crystal Jade at Vivo some time ago but couldn’t get to blogging about it with all the openings of new cafes I was more excited to blog about first. The colours here were attractive but the … Continue reading

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Old Colouful HDB Flats at Rochor

I believe Rochor Centre and these flats will be torn down to make way for a new highway and they will be gone by 2016. I just wanted to take a photo to preserve the memory of these colourfully unique … Continue reading

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Uniquely Singapore: Colourful Buildings

I think Singapore is one of the few places in the world with colourful buildings. They add prettiness to our skyline. What’s best is, it doesn’t cost a cent to appreciate our old restored Architecture. One of the simple pleasures.

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View from the Car Window: Shophouses

This was somewhere around Outram I think.

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Exploring Quaint Little Haji Lane

So glad I got another chance to explore Haji Lane. Strolling into the little lane as the rain stopped. It was refreshing to see this hot pink graffiti wall. It was cool how the pipes were painted over. This is … Continue reading

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Pretty Singapore Scenes at The Central

It’s Valentine’s Day at Central.  Can you see the floral heart at the end of the pink ‘carpet’?   From the carpark you can see a hazy image of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel.  I love how this striking landmark … Continue reading

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Mid-Autumn Festival 2010: Streets of Chinatown

I have never seen the Mid-Autumn Festival done on such a grand scale before. It must be because of our million tourists, but I like it as well. I was thinking it would be much prettier here at night when … Continue reading

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#51. Understanding the Joy of Peeling A Rainbow Kueh Lapis And Eating It Layer by Layer

I reached the midway point of a 100 Reasons to Be Happy in Singapore and noticed that I haven’t updated it for a while. Also recently I mentioned that Katy Perry tried this local Nyonya (Peranakan) cake of ours called … Continue reading

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Katy Perry Tried Durian When She Visited Singapore

Katy Perry sure is limber. I’m too old to be into her music, but I love all that sparkly pink and that’s why I’m posting this picture. Also I read in an issue of our local magazine 8 days that … Continue reading

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Geylang: Singapore’s Red Light District Is More Famous For It’s Food

Our red light district just doesn’t seem like one. It is just slightly sleazy, surprisingly not too grimy, and seems quite safe, even at night. This place is dotted with well known coffeeshops and durian stalls. There are coffee shops … Continue reading

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