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It’s fun to look at trinkets that tourists might buy. I thought that the souvenirs sold at the Chinatown tourist office (next to the Chinatown Complex/Market/hawker centre) were pretty neat.
Whether you’re a tourist or a local, walking through the Chinatown bazaar pre Chinese New Year is a rather fun activity. Spotted more goat themed decorations.
It’s nice to walk around Chinatown especially before the Chinese New Year period.
At first it was drizzling so we hesitated about whether to get tickets to the Skypark. In the end I’m glad we did as the cloudy made the glare of the sun more bearable and I didn’t end up sweating … Continue reading
I used to think Christmas was done well at ION, but I think Marina Bay Sands has topped my expectations with their adorable walking Christmas trees and Candy Canes and reindeer on stilts, plus other Christmassy characters. I was very impressed … Continue reading
Among all the Christmas decorations I’ve seen so far, the most impressive is outside ION at night. Although this was taken about a week ago, it already felt like the whole world was in Orchard road taking in the sights … Continue reading
I do like pink so I didn’t mind all that sparkly pink. There was quite an authentic looking Christmas Market set-up here too.
My impression of Chicago is: 1. Deliciously cold weather unlike Singapore, with snowy winters 2. Land of Oprah 3. Deep dish pizzas 4. Basketball – the Chicago Bulls? 5. Very high crime rates in some areas away from the city? … Continue reading
One way of wetting your appetite before a big trip is to read about it on other people’s blogs. I came across some gems with the most enticing photos and words that appealed to my senses: The architecture, culture and … Continue reading