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Shangri-la Hotel

To me Shangri-la Hotel kinda feels like home, because we used to organize several conferences here and I even stayed in the hotel once.  As a teen I always dreamt of working in a hotel as it seems so glamourous, … Continue reading

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Swedish Christmas at Ikea

Have always loved the Christmas displays and products at Ikea. A handcrafted Dala horse straw goat had us captivated. A heart shaped straw wreath in my favourite shade of red. Contrasts well with the natural coloured straw one. If you … Continue reading

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Wimbly Lu: The Pretty Little Chocolate Cafe at Jalan Riang

The brownies at Wimbly Lu are moist and rich. Be sure to share them. The fresh cream that comes with this brownie instead of the usual ice cream is a nice change. Isn’t the polka dotted plate so whimsical too. … Continue reading

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Wimbly Lu at Jalan Riang – Gem of a Cafe decorated for Halloween

Wimbly Lu.  Sounds like a character from a Roald Dahl book, but it’s actually a combination of the owners’ names. Yet another gem of a place, recently discovered, all because of my favourite 2 dollar local magazine, 8 Days. It’s … Continue reading

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Famous Islamic Restaurant at North Bridge Road

I have been wanting to try this Briyani for quite some time. I was slightly disappointed as my expectations were high. To state it point blank, the Briyani at Yakadar which is a little stall at Tekka market, blows this … Continue reading

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A Melbourne Italian Cafe in Singapore: Brunetti at Tanglin Mall

Brunetti is a famous coffee joint in Melbourne and I’m glad there are in Singapore now. It’s so refreshing to come across a new coffee place practically every few weeks. Perhaps I am not so much in the know, and … Continue reading

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Halloween Decorations at Tanglin Mall’s Supermarket

These are the coolest decorations I have seen by far. Especially the fake blood in the fake IV drip. I’m imagining the syrup within must be sickly sweet. Loads of creepy sweets. Another cool one was the body parts sushi … Continue reading

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Little India Deepavali Decorations 2011

Haven’t yet seen the street lights at Little India, but took a look at the decorations during the day. This year Deepavali falls on my uncle’s birthday, 26th October. The peacock is the perfect majestic and auspicious symbol for Deepavali … Continue reading

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The Coffee Daily at 75 Brighton Crescent

Read about Coffee Daily, a new independent coffee place, in our local TV guide, 8 Days. Decided then and there to make our way to Brighton Crescent at Serangoon Gardens. This spot used to be occupied by Awfully Chocolate as … Continue reading

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Holland Village: Art, Books and Cards at Holland Shopping Centre

I like the peasant cotton blouses sold at Holland Shopping Centre. This very old mall is quite a nice place to browse, for clothes, shoes, and even art. We came here to escape from the scorching heat. At the first … Continue reading

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