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Favourite Drink: Avacado Juice

More accurately it should be called a shake. The one at Alexandra Village hawker centre is truly the best. Fragrant, creamy and refreshing. It’s a meal in itself.

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SkyPark: To the Top of Marina Bay Sands Again

At first it was drizzling so we hesitated about whether to get tickets to the Skypark. In the end I’m glad we did as the cloudy made the glare of the sun more bearable and I didn’t end up sweating … 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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My Favourite Hotels for High Tea

Blogged about it here. If only the Fullerton Bay High Tea would start earlier and last longer like the one at Shangri-la, I would declare it as my top pick.

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Singapore in a Week: My Wandering Feasting Checklist

Realize that all the food and wandering posts on my blog can be overwhelming for tourists. Have been meaning to do a must see list of sorts for some time, and then I got too overwhelmed myself. Finally got the … Continue reading

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Went to India, didn’t get Delhi Belly but returned with Bollywood Fever

I’ve never watched a Hindi movie before as I don’t understand the language, but during this trip to India, one thing changed – I got so hooked on Bollywood music videos. Finally got to see why so many people around … Continue reading

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Down to Chinatown for my Favourite Siew Pao

Whenever I’m in Chinatown, I head for my favourite S’ban siew pao. S’ban is short for Seremban in Malaysia, where siew pao originates I think. There’s chicken and pork, but the pork is tastier. The pastry is so buttery and … Continue reading

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