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More Reasons to Love Keanu Reeves

Firstly he is down to earth and takes the subway. Secondly she doesn’t even seem that needy, but he gives up his seat to a girl with a huge bag. How nice.

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Sweet Indian Snacks: Jalebi & Kesari

Jalebi: North Indian dessert, with Persian origins. Deep fried flour with ghee, sugar, rose water and saffron. I searched the web and the calorie count for this dessert is listed as just 250. That’s about the calorie count for a … Continue reading

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Clementi Mall: My Directory Picks

When I find myself in a new mall, I don’t expect much, just a repeat of the same old shops and food outlets. So I do get excited when I spot something different. Ok 2 things – Baskin Robbins and … Continue reading

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Why I think My Village is Awesome: The Charming Mall in Serangoon Gardens

Unlike other malls there’s no huge developer behind the aptly named My Village, just twin brothers who own the building and are passionate about it having grown up in the estate.  It’s small size makes it cosy.  The only drawback … Continue reading

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Singapore Malls Linked to MRT Stations (Taking the Train Around the City)

Since I take the MRT a lot (beats taking a cab) and I am too lazy to walk, I love malls that are linked to MRT stations. The Red Line Northpoint Shopping Centre: Yishun MRT Ang Mo Kio Hub: Ang … Continue reading

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Serangoon Garden’s My Village Again

Since we were in the area, we decided to check out My Village again.  I really like this sleepy tiny mall, in this old estate. Subway is now open, but not Bakerzin or the beer garden proposed at the rooftop. … Continue reading

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My Village in Serangoon Gardens Opens

Read my latest post written on 25 Jan 2011: QB Hair Salon, DBS Bank, Coffee Bean, Wang Cafe, Subway, Old Hong Kong Taste, Udders ice-cream and Da Paolo Gastranomia are now open. I also took photos of the gorgeous Chinese … Continue reading

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#69. The Little Red Button that Flashes on the MRT

It’s tiny little thing, but it’s useful indicator to make sure you won’t get off at the wrong stop on the MRT. Or at least it gives you some idea of how far away you are from your destination if … Continue reading

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Singapore Government’s Health Promotion Board Telling You What’s Healthy at VivoCity

Saw this exhibition at VivoCity.  Interesting panels in the form of giant shopping bags, about what’s healthy and lower in calories.  I would pick the Korean rice over everything else.  That’s yummy.  Subway sandwiches are good too.

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Healthier Meal in Singapore

In an attempt to eat healthier I headed to Quiznos. Sadly it was closed to we ended up with an even healthier Subway Melt. Chose to just add a bit of olive oil and vinegar instead of the creamy dressings. … Continue reading

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