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Natasha Vlogs about the F1, Crystal about Ice Cream Sandwiches & Callie gets close to PM Lee

I love vloggers. Especially expat Singapore vloggers like Natasha Bailie who brings us a bit of the F1 (Singapore Grand Prix and only night car race) in her video blog. I’ve never been, but wow those cars are ear bustingly … Continue reading

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Rendezvous at The Central Mall

Not the best Nasi Padang by a mile. But if you want a lovely view of the Singapore River, and wonderful ambience, where they generously top up your curries for free, then I say Rendezvous is pretty good. I especially … Continue reading

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Mid-Autumn Festival 2011: Lanterns by the River as Night Falls

Now that I am blogging consistently, it seems that last year’s event was just yesterday. It blows my mind how fast time passes. This time all the zodiac lantern figures were white and blue, which I found a whole lot … 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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#68. The Central: A Spacious Mall Where the Vibe is Relaxed

This is one mall that doesn’t get too crowded as it’s more of an eating place. It has several good Japanese restaurants where you can indulge your Ramen cravings. Just like Liang Court, this place feels more Japanese. Take Book … Continue reading

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Singapore Daily Photos: Magical Christmas By The River (Central)

I love this mall because it doesn’t really feel like one is has a relaxed vibe with the river outside. It has loads of Japanese stores and restaurants too. They were giving away free candy floss.

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Autumn Festival By The River (Part V)

There were lanterns hanging from the ceiling inside The Central mall as well. Huge crowds were gathering around the stage in front of The Central mall to watch the performers from China. Saw a little blonde girl covering her ears … Continue reading

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Autumn Festival By The River (Part IV)

The Zodiac Lantern Animals all lit up and pretty at night. Little girl posing with the cow. The tiger up close. The zodiac goat lantern. All the animals look so much more impressive at night. Here’s the dragon. The whole … Continue reading

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Autumn Festival By The River (Part II)

Splitting this post up, because I took so many photos today. Let’s continue our walk down the river while looking at lantern animals. Here’s the dragon and you can see Clarke Quay (where young people chill out and go clubbing … Continue reading

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Autumn Festival By The River (Part 1)

There is not much publicity about the Mid-Autumn Festival on the web apart from the newspapers.  I discovered this when B asked me where exactly the main festivities would be and I couldn’t find anything much online.  In the end … Continue reading

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