The last time B brought me to Golden Mile Complex, it seemed very run down. Seems a lot better now and I really enjoyed the exploring. Maybe my perspective has changed since I started blogging. I tend to view anything new as favourable and I’m eager to explore the undiscovered.
B wanted me to check out Little Thailand in Singapore as he thought it would be good blogging material and it sure was. The ground level is filled with simple restaurants (plastic chairs) selling authentic thai food. If we hadn’t already had lunch I would have been spoilt for choice. If we come here again I wouldn’t know which one to pick. Does anyone have any recommendations?
The supermarket was so fun. There was a section selling Vietnamese stuff as well. The little drip coffee utensils were being sold for S$2.50. We got them for a dollar each in Vietnam but that’s a small premium to pay for not having to fly there. I could easily spend an hour looking at all the different products. Took lots of pictures.
Let’s begin the tour with the restaurants. Too many to photograph.
Chilli sauces. So many kinds. And they all looked so tempting. My aunts would love to browse here.
Aren’t these elephants so sweet?
Decorative cats too.
This sign made me giggle. But Thai people are so much nicer than Singaporeans. In a Singapore store the sign would not say ‘Please Pay’ but ‘Considered Sold’. Yeah, so much more polite than us.
All sorts of soft drinks in glass bottles. like how we used to have in the 70’s. Just a tad smaller.