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Chinese New Year 2012: People’s Park

It’s always most festive in Chinatown in the weeks before Chinese New Year. It was so crowded. Every year you can spot people crowding around this board reading their fortune for the dragon year. A close-up but couldn’t get close … Continue reading

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Ancient Indian Art at the Asian Civilization Museum

To be honest, we found many of the pieces here familiar and I think someone new to Asian culture would find it much more captivating. I would definitely recommend this place as a must see for tourists who have never … Continue reading

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The Elephant Parade at the Asian Civilization Museum

The exhibit that captivated us the most turned out to be the elephants. The elephant that sparkled.

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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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Fullerton Bay Hotel: Afternoon Tea

I think I’ve just been treated to the best high tea in Singapore.  I used to think it was Rose Veranda.  The company must have made for a good experience as well. The ambience at the Landing Point at Fullerton … Continue reading

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Cavenagh Bridge: Cattle & Horses Prohibited

First time I am noticing this sign in the tiny bridge across the Singapore River, although it’s probably been here for a while? I think it’s very cool that we retain some of our history. We really lack truly old … Continue reading

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The Year of the Dragon: Chinese New Year Decorations & Food in Chinatown

Chinatown is so lively, and you should head there to check it out at least once. Saw dragons everywhere. On angpow packets, in cutesy soft toy form and made with paper as decoration to welcome the New Year. The year … Continue reading

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Mushrooming Cloud in the East

Just another day, when the sky happens to be pretty darn awesome.

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112 Katong: Singapore’s Newest Mall & My Directory Picks

So here I was at 112 Katong. Had no idea of its existence before. It used to be the Katong mall, but it’s so utterly different now. I don’t like checking out malls, but my partner does, especially if it’s … Continue reading

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Snacks at Chinatown (People’s Park)

I really loved this snack at Chinatown that we had the last time. The stall is at People’s Park right in front of the shopping centre. It’s like a pancake (naan like but crispy) with a sweet spicy filling within. … Continue reading

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