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Tag Archives: VivoCity
The crowds really went quite crazy over these mascots at Vivo City. It was like a feeding frenzy. I must say the elephant and tree were pretty cute.
I find the National Geographic Store one of the more interesting places to browse. The photographic prints and artwork are so gorgeous. VivoCity itself is so unique, architecturally. Love the refreshing apple green. There’s always some kind of event going … Continue reading
Every year there’s an enticing array of mooncakes at all the malls around this time – the Mid-Autumn or Lantern Festival. I overheard a tourist at Vivo say, “I sampled them all, now there’s no need to buy any.” I … Continue reading
Took this at VivoCity.
No wonder VivoCity was so extra crowded today. It was time for Hair for Hope organized by the Children’s Cancer Foundation to raise awareness and to tell children with cancer that it’s ok to be bald. I wondered why the … Continue reading
I don’t really get the Great Singapore Sale. We have sales all the time, but it never feels like real genuine discount like what I experience when I buy stuff overseas in Australia and the US. Anyone had good deals … Continue reading
I adore the bright red rocket at VivoCity. The unique art installations and thoughtful curvy design, sets this mall apart from others. The red rocket has a name – GoGo and is by Dutch artist, Marc Ruygrok. It’s quite a … Continue reading
Only when Starbucks gets way too crowded…. I wish a little boutique cafe like Shots at Ann Siang Hill, would open up here, but I guess it would be the wrong vibe.
I always have this need to add chilli powder to my soup. Whether it’s prawn mee soup at the coffeshop or Ramen at a restaurant.