Tag Archives: White

The Thing About Cars in Singapore

I’m totally not a car person. B is, so I entertained myself by taking photos when we went car window shopping. If you’ve read my blog you know about my fear of confined spaces. When B asks me about cars … Continue reading

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Awesome Sculptures at ION: Frangipani & Bendy Woman

Not only is the ION structure gorgeous, I also adore the art installations that motorists can see from the road, because they are so huge. Just discovered that they are part of a series called Art Beyond Limits and will … Continue reading

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Serangoon Road: A Church, A Mosque and Temples

A wonderful thing about Singapore is that you just need to drive for 5-10 minutes and you can come across religious buildings of all faiths. Can’t wait to see the full facade of the beautiful Sikh temple when it’s renovation … Continue reading

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Prettiest Italian Restaurant in Singapore: Cugini at Club Street

This was one of the prettiest restaurants I’ve dined at. The turqoise on white combination was perfect.  The decor transported me to some European holiday isle. The food’s not bad either. The grilled chicken pizza. I am sure this was … Continue reading

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Architecture: White Chinese Temple

Am not sure if this is a Taoist or Buddhist temple that I saw along Bukit Merah Road. I just thought – what a striking white, framed by the trees. I am assuming this is a temple. I am not … Continue reading

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Fika at Arab Street: A Swedish Halal Cafe

Arab street had won my heart over. It’s about the loveliest place in Singapore. I had the yummiest pancakes (tasted like half pancakes and half crepe) at this very unique Swedish Halal Cafe at the fringe of Arab Street called … Continue reading

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Do you Hate being called Foreigner or Expat?

The word ‘Foreigner’ reminds of the the band of the same name and since I’ve never lived in a country apart from this Tiny Island I didn’t realize how bad the word made people feel. Please tell me how you … Continue reading

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