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Tag Archives: central
It’s a Hong Kong store but I was impressed by their nostalgia inducing uniquely Singapore items on sale. If not for the too steep price I might have gotten some of these cards.
Been checking out Christmas trees. One place where I saw kids sitting by Santa for a photo.
The area in front of Central looks so different when it rains. The river got so muddy but our thunderstorms always calm me.
I quite like the Omu Rice served at Ma Maison. This was at the Central branch. From what I read it’s 520 calories for this Japanese take on the omlette.
So glad that the Freshness Burger at Central has not closed down in spite of it’s Nex mall outlet closing. I do like the hot & iced versions of their cocoa as well as their chicken nuggets. It’s nice quiet … Continue reading
I love vloggers. Especially expat Singapore vloggers like Natasha Bailie who brings us a bit of the F1 (Singapore Grand Prix and only night car race) in her video blog. I’ve never been, but wow those cars are ear bustingly … Continue reading
A nice place to relax when Starbucks is bursting at the seams. I actually prefer this place to Starbucks – it’s emptier and cosier. I hope they still remain in business though, as the one at Nex has closed, probably … Continue reading
If you don’t mind standing and eating (I prefer to have a sit down meal), you can check out the food stalls with all kinds of specialities, including Penang Laksa and Taiwanese minced pork rice. They start at Central and … Continue reading
Here’s another restaurant we visited some time ago that I totally forgot to blog. Or I thought I did. I don’t know what’s happening to my memory. I just hope I don’t ever double post. So this was back when … Continue reading
It’s Valentine’s Day at Central. Can you see the floral heart at the end of the pink ‘carpet’? From the carpark you can see a hazy image of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. I love how this striking landmark … Continue reading
This is one mall that doesn’t get too crowded as it’s more of an eating place. It has several good Japanese restaurants where you can indulge your Ramen cravings. Just like Liang Court, this place feels more Japanese. Take Book … Continue reading
I love this mall because it doesn’t really feel like one is has a relaxed vibe with the river outside. It has loads of Japanese stores and restaurants too. They were giving away free candy floss.
The chocolate ice cream was too rich for me! I actually wanted a Cafe Viennese (espresso with fresh whipped cream instead) which I discovered was not on the menu after pouring through it. The white sofa chairs at this TCC … Continue reading
Many Singapore bloggers and food websites have been raving about this ramen as the best thing ever, so we decided to try it as a once in our lifetime thing. The bill came to a whopping S$48 for just 2 … Continue reading
There were lanterns hanging from the ceiling inside The Central mall as well. Huge crowds were gathering around the stage in front of The Central mall to watch the performers from China. Saw a little blonde girl covering her ears … Continue reading
The Zodiac Lantern Animals all lit up and pretty at night. Little girl posing with the cow. The tiger up close. The zodiac goat lantern. All the animals look so much more impressive at night. Here’s the dragon. The whole … Continue reading
Splitting this post up, because I took so many photos today. Let’s continue our walk down the river while looking at lantern animals. Here’s the dragon and you can see Clarke Quay (where young people chill out and go clubbing … Continue reading
There is not much publicity about the Mid-Autumn Festival on the web apart from the newspapers. I discovered this when B asked me where exactly the main festivities would be and I couldn’t find anything much online. In the end … Continue reading