Yearly Archives: 2006

Halloween at NTUC

It’s been a slow day. Blog addict that I am, I was looking out for things I could post about. This is the most interesting thing I could pick out. Looks pretty scary huh? This is the first time I … Continue reading

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Architecture at VivoCIty

Really like the Japanese Architecture here more than the shopping itself. The shops are pretty much the same as what you can find at Orchard Road. Also, I would rather go here for the restaurants with the lovely view of … Continue reading

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Orchard Road: View from the Top

Thoughts of 2011 Me: This was unfortunately a wordless post, but I am quite fond of this photo. I recall that it was taken from a friend’s office at Wisma Atria and from this angle I see that Orchard Road … Continue reading

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VivoCity

It wasn’t as crowded as expected. Maybe because the Haze took a turn for the worse. The PSI hit the unhealthy level of 130 at 10am today. My throat feels hoarse breathing in the polluted air. Not all the shops … Continue reading

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Omu Rice at Takashimaya

This was something different for me to try, and I found it quite nice actually. The stall was at the Takashimaya basement foodcourt. Omu Rice is a Japanese style tomato rice cooked with mushrooms and neatly covered in a fluffy … Continue reading

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The Esplanade

Powder pink and mint green silk cloths billowing in the wind add to the theatrical atmosphere. Great view from inside the library. Unfortunately I could not capture this due to the no-photography sign posted outside. The library with the most … Continue reading

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Droolworthy Nonya Curry at Hyde Park Cafe

My tastes buds confer that this is the best Nonya/Peranakan home-style curry you can get in Singapore. Rich and flavourful, it is just the right combination of lemak (richness of coconut), assam (sourish flavour), sweet and spicy. The several accolades … Continue reading

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Birthday High Tea at Raffles Hotel’s Tiffin Room

Celebrated my aunt’s birthday at The Tiffin Room. With its impeccable service and awe-inspiring ambience, its no wonder the Raffles Hotel is so acclaimed. When the staff gathered it was my aunt’s birthday they actually brought out a special cake … Continue reading

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Home Made Tahu Goreng

My Aunty C makes the best home made local dishes. Here is her Tahu Goreng, which she whipped up in just a few minutes. A delectable vegetarian salad dish. The whole family is always eager to devour more of her … Continue reading

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Dan Dan Mien in Beijing

I got to taste the authentic stuff at a little cafe near the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. So yummy and really spicy. Great to tuck into during the cool spring. Thoughts of 2011 Me: This was 5 years ago, … Continue reading

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