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Tag Archives: xmas
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
They seem to have gone with the acrobatic circus theme?
Tanglin Mall is another place that looks charming at Christmas. I saw kids lining up to take a photo to Santa as well.
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.
I must visit Ikea again before the Christmas season is over. You truly get a feel for a Swedish Christmas there.
Thought I should put up my Christmas photos before it’s too late and I don’t feel Chrismassy anymore. The Christmas peacock angel was my favourite. Isn’t her head piece just fabulous? Catch a glimpse of her just outside Tangs.
The Christmas decorations at My Village spoke to me. It’s lovely how this tiny mall always tries to be a bit different from the pack. The result is always charming. Instead of carolling there was a performance with bells that … Continue reading
It’s that time of year where the malls get more fun. I like to see how creative they can get with the decorations. At Parkway Parade the kids will get excited about Santa’s helper perched on a wreath. I only … Continue reading