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The Drinking Market: Just walked by

We just walked by as it was near the Tall Girl Cuisine restaurant I just blogged about. Haven’t tried this place yet but it looks interesting. Not the usual Thai Restaurant but we didn’t go in because I don’t think … Continue reading

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The Goat Year & Hinamatsuri at Liang Court

I think my favourite place where I experience the Goat Year festivities is Liang Court.  I just think they do things so well and I guess I am a Japanophile? Hinamatsuri is Doll’s Day or Girl’s Day and is celebrated each … Continue reading

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I’m Pretty Crazy about Rambutans

If you ask me, my favourite fruits are tropical. If they are not tropical, I find them quite bland. Tropical fruits tend to be sweeter and are equivalent to dessert. Mention durian, chempedak, rambutan or mango and my eyes light … Continue reading

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Rambutans at the Tekka Market Fruit Stalls

I was excited to see rambutans at Tekka Market as they hardly seem to be in season these days. Rambutans and Durian are my favourite fruits. I guess I have to include really good Philippine Mangoes as well, but we … Continue reading

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Durian Heaven

I’m neither a wine connoisseur or a cheese connoisseur, but I wouldn’t mind becoming an expert in Durians. I just love this fruit that’s forbidden on our buses and trains and many other places due to the strong smell. To … Continue reading

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Changi City Point: Food Court

Had a fruit snack at the very bright and airy Changi City Point food court. The watermelon was not very sweet but the honey mango was so good. I like seeing green when I look out the huge glass panels. … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year 2012: Chinatown Festive Bazaar

There was one time during Chinese New Year, many years ago when I came down with one of my sweetest friends. We practically had to hold on to each other otherwise we would have been swallowed in the crowd. That … Continue reading

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Japanese New Year at Liang Court’s Meidi-ya

You must check out Meidi-ya.  It was lovely during Christmas and is now filled with New Year goodies.  The Japanese patrons were buying mainly stuff for steam boat.  Everything was just so pretty and I always see new enticing products … Continue reading

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#86. Cempedak – A Sticker Yummier Jackfruit

I love Durian and I like Jackfruit so this sort of combination is something out of this world. This is a hybrid that occured in nature. Officially Cempedak (Malay name since it originates in Malaysia) is a cousin of the … Continue reading

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Walking around Joo Chiat after our Vietnamese meal

It’s nice to take an evening stroll, soaking in the ambience of Joo Chiat, as dusk approaches. Loads of old world charm to be experienced, amidst the more controversial prostitution going on around the bar areas. Definitely not a boring … Continue reading

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