Monday, January 22, 2018
Happens to be at opening of Northpoint South Atrium opening, fascinated by the Lion Dance. As with many new opening of malls, it is always crowded with shoppers. One of the favourite to take photos with must be the 3 Gods Mascots. They are the Sanxing (三星 "Three Stars"), who are Fu, Lu, and Shou or Cai, Zi and Shou (財子壽), are the gods of the three stars and the three qualities of Prosperity (Fu), Status (Lu), and Longevity (Shou). Singaporean loves malaysian food, our nearest neighbour up north. Ate the Penang Char Kway Teow, tasted good with the pork lard (yes unhealthy but dont eat very often so can cheat a bit hahaha), found the price a bit high. Mee Rebus Penang Chendol Spotted this restaurant near the malaysian food court, a chinese hotpot with conveyor belt. The little plate of ingredients moves around, so just pick the plate of ingredients that you like. Each has personal hot pot right infront. Would like to try one day. Video of Lion Dance at Northpoint South Atrium
Friday, December 8, 2017
Saw this very huge music box at Bugis Junction, very beautiful, was part of Christmas Decoration for 2017. The doll could rotate with beautiful music.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
This year, the christmas decoration in Changi Airport is Hello Kitty. They looked so cute and pretty . The decorations will be here till 5th January 2018. There will be light and snow show at 3 pm and 5pm at the departure hall of Changi Airport terminal 3. Every night at 7.30 pm and 9 pm, there will be forty drones will light up the airport’s Terminal 3 Departure Hall, forming various shapes such as a snowflake and a Christmas tree. Another huge hello kitty display at Changi Airport Terminal 2.
Sunday, November 19, 2017
It's time of the year for photos of Christmas Decorations. Time really passes so fast. Saw these christmas decorations at Orchard Gateway and Somerset 313. The theme seems to be Santa in space at Orchard Gateway and Candies at Somerset 313.
Sunday, November 5, 2017
There's a new mrt line that's recently opened and it was called the Downtown Line. It was the longest underground and driverless MRT line in Singapore. We had the opportunity to try the train before opening day, so I decided to hop on the free ride to Fort Canning Station. I did not opt to go every station just because of the free ride, which many people did. With so many lines connecting to most part of Singapore, it is very convenient especially to those who do not drive. Been a long time since I visited Liang Court Shopping Mall. Opposite the mall is Fort Canning Park, I did not attempt to climb the hill cause it was a hot day, will try on another occasion if possible. There's a Japanese Supermarket in the basement of Liang Court, I like the ambience in there, as if I was in Japan. Everything here is so Japanese, mostly Japanese products.