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Feel So Happy Meeting with Two of My Cousins After Almost 4 Years

I have social anxiety, but I don’t feel it with people I’m comfortable with like my cousins. I practically saw them grow up, being the much older cousin. They were the cutest toddlers. It’s true what they say about cousins … Continue reading

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TWG at Marina Bay Sands

Service still kinda sucks, but I can’t resist the pretty crockery and fragrant teas. The scones are some of the best I’ve had especially with the clotted cream and refreshing tea jam. The sandwiches are forgettable and pathetic for the … Continue reading

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Back to Kampong Glam for Tea

The nasi lemak reminded me of what we would get in Malaysia but what is most comforting to me is the tea prepared by the experienced owner. Very humble settings next to the alcohol free perfume store. This sarabar stall … Continue reading

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7 Favourite Cafes in Town (Near an MRT)

Because coffee or tea and cupcakes, make a day even better. Wrote about it here.

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Another Visit to Jones The Grocer at ION

This was my third visit to this outlet of Jones the Grocer and I love the laid back vibe. It’s at the 4th level next to the bookstore and it never gets too crowded here. Again I tried something I’ve … Continue reading

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The Providore at Mandarin Gallery

It’s always fun to try out brand new places and especially when you have great company. I must say firstly that this place reminds me of Jones the Grocer. It was very pleasant to sit here and chat.  The decor … Continue reading

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New Love for Pasarbella

What an absolute treat it was to visit Pasarbella, the upscale farmer’s market at Turf City (now called Grandstand), at an off peak hour. So peaceful and serene, I yearn to return. An extreme contrast to my very first visit … Continue reading

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