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Bedok Mall is open way earlier than expected. I like that it’s connected to the Bedok MRT but other than Wingstop (chicken wing chain from USA that hasn’t crossed my radar) nothing else seemed that exciting. For food I would … Continue reading
When B first told me about how Robinsons has taken over at The Heeren and is now almost like a Harrods (taken over the whole building apart from the Costa Cafe) I thought he might have read exaggerated reports, but … Continue reading
If you’re searching for a mall that’s new or revamped you would have checked out Suntec City like I did. The place used to look dated and dingy so the change is good. There’s a huge Uniqlo and right across, … Continue reading
I used to be very reluctant to go to IMM as I found the place rather dingy. The only reason I had to come here was when Singapore had only one Daiso outlet. IMM has since transformed, with their new … Continue reading
The kids clothes are cute at both these places but a lot more affordable at H&M. For adult clothes I much prefer Gap for the styling. The H&M clothing seems flimsy but much cheaper I guess? This place is still … Continue reading
We were super kiasu, I’m embarrassed to say, and checked out the newest mall jem even though most of it is just a replica of malls in Orchard Road, like Centrepoint. And nope, no queuing for us as we didn’t … Continue reading
5 Reasons Why I Would Return to ARC: 1. Relatively Empty (don’t have to squeeze with other folks when you dine) 2. Free Parking on weekends and on Weekdays if you spend $30 (no need to rush off and with … Continue reading
Will be back with more posts but meanwhile I wrote this at White as Milk.
The area in front of Central looks so different when it rains. The river got so muddy but our thunderstorms always calm me.
Love the clean designs of Japanese goods, and Muji’s food products are so pretty. Even simple things like marshmellows. But prices are not low (compared to Ikea), and it’s quite a splurge if you decide to get anything here.