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We were picked up at the airport and driven in air-conditioned comfort to the hotel. In the minivan we were given cold jasmine scented towels and reusable aluminium bottles of iced water. We were already feeling pampered. The driver’s voice … Continue reading
B pointed out that the orchids at the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands are real and if they are replaced regularly must be super expensive. Me and my cousin D love coming to TWG. The outlet here looks nice but … Continue reading
Love the blue. I’m a water sign after all.
Haven’t been to the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands for a while and was drawn to this window display in particular. New sights are always refreshing. And I love the bubblegum shade of pink.
I love gazing at lovely shades. Some combinations are just more pleasing and harmonious like the pastels at the revamped MOS burger outlets. I’m partial to certain shades of pink, blue and white.
I have a major weakness for pretty designs and colours. Ikea is so tempting with their fresh designs in punchy or soothing colours. I adore the shades they choose for their products and the clean lines. I feel like a … Continue reading
Love the clean designs of Japanese goods, and Muji’s food products are so pretty. Even simple things like marshmellows. But prices are not low (compared to Ikea), and it’s quite a splurge if you decide to get anything here.
I think it’s not officially open yet (I’m living under a rock cos it opened on Dec 15th), otherwise it would have been even more packed with teenagers. This is definitely a place for the young. What I can say … Continue reading
Haven’t been to Tampines 1 in a while and already I see a couple of new stores. The most interesting one being sqft. the design store. Thought the pink chopsticks were cute but I prefer my chopsticks separate. I think … Continue reading
Haven’t been to Somerset 313 in a while and the additions I spotted were the purple lady and the new chair area in the lobby. More free seating is definitely a good thing and a rarity in Singapore. Also wanted … Continue reading
Another mall that’s buzzing with Chinese New Year festivities is VivoCity. There is an exhibition with vendors from China each year. If you need sweets for Chinese New Year, you can’t go wrong with St Michael’s (I know it’s M&S … Continue reading
Changi City Point is developed by the same group that came up with the very popular Centre Point in town. Many would come here for the outlet stores including some very firsts (like Payless which sells cheap shoes arranged neatly … Continue reading
You can spot elephants all over town as part of the Elephant Parade, but I particularly liked the ones at Somerset 313. Especially this one which seems to be decorated with a single piece of string. It’s for a worthy … Continue reading
I love experiencing new things. Took advantage of the low season and went to Scandinavia during a period no one wants to go there. Basically it’s mostly dark and grey with just 6 hours of daylight from about 9am to … Continue reading
Seen some gaudy Christmas decorations, but at least these colours are quite pretty. Still, Christmas in Singapore is very, extremely commercialized.
Saw these at the Red Dot Museum.
To me Shangri-la Hotel kinda feels like home, because we used to organize several conferences here and I even stayed in the hotel once. As a teen I always dreamt of working in a hotel as it seems so glamourous, … Continue reading
Thought it was a fashion store at first, but it turned out to be a clinic. I guess it makes sense, as they do plastic surgery here. I thought the light bulbs in the window was a very cool feature. … Continue reading
The Central Fire Station was built way back in 1909, more than a century ago. I think this is one of the prettiest buildings around. The old fire station is very near the Stamp museum and the colourful lego like … Continue reading
I was very impressed by how beautiful the Marina Bay Sands Hotel structure looked, all lit up and lined with the palm trees at the bottom.