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Tag Archives: Serangoon Road
Time to dig out old photos from last year and blog about them. So much backlog. But I just have to mention the Indian Heritage Centre which we explored just before Deepavali last year. Best part is it was free … Continue reading
Visited Singapore’s Deepavali Bazaar (2015): Glad the Haze or should I say Smog has Cleared for Deepavali
Was thinking that I was going to miss the Deepavali bazaar due to the thick haze enveloping Singapore. Thankful for the change with the monsoon and the winds is in a more favourable direction. Less of the smog from the … Continue reading
Now is a great time to visit Little India with the added excitement from Deepavali, the festival of lights. Wrote about my visit at White as Milk.
Ready made plastic kolams. I prefer traditional ones made with lots of effort – chalk drawings filled in with coloured rice. Again I prefer home-made goodies to these mass-produced ones. Lots of interesting decorative items. It’s rather fun to walk … Continue reading
Out with my uncle and aunties and we were excited to spot Alphonso Mangoes. It was lovely to see so many boxes of mangoes in one place. These were wholesale ones going for S$2 each. I tried them and they … Continue reading
I was excited to see rambutans at Tekka Market as they hardly seem to be in season these days. Rambutans and Durian are my favourite fruits. I guess I have to include really good Philippine Mangoes as well, but we … Continue reading