The month of April was a painful one, filled with a few unhappy moments and unfortunate events. I just hope the blue will go away and everyone will stay happy and live healthy. So, let the sweet one starts in May. Let’s have something sweet then!
Singaporeans are blessed with a lot of good desserts around such as cakes, pastries and ice cream. That is why I can see that they love hanging out and having supper in the dessert house/café. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. So, I too, had my supper in by ninethirty by Awfully Chocolate during my visit to Singapore.
Let’s get the bag packed and heads off to the lecture hall in the university.
But hmmm… where is the aromatic coffee scent from?! Contunue Reading
Remember I told you guys I had a homestay with aunt and family?! Well, I was lucky as my aunt brought us to Marina Bay Sands and had a night stay over there. Woo hooo……
I am sure you must have heard so much about this mega structure; need no further introduction, allow me to use the photos to do the talking.
I was over excited to have a room fronting the fabulous view of Marina Bay. Trust me; you would rather stay in the room all night, mesmerizing the view of Marina Bay
Marina Bay Sands is the largest hotel in Singapore; with 2561 rooms and suites spread over three towers at the height of 55 floors. There are a total of 18 different types of room for you to choose from.
What’s for SUPPER?!
scream for ICE CREAM!!!
Harrr??? Not fattening meh?! You may ask
Yes, it may be fattening, but how could you resist having one when everyone is queuing for it???
Seriously, when I got there at about 11PM, the queue was really long; the place was crowded and there wasn’t any vacant table available.
Ground floor and first floor were packed with youngsters. I was begging in heart, please gimme a table for 4; I came from far (ie KL), die die also must try out this famous Singapore homemade ice cream.
Thankfully I did not have to wait for long
Udders is Singapore homegrown ice cream. It is famous for the “adult” ice cream or the liqueur-ed ice cream.
There was this huge chalk board on the wall, scribbled with all flavours.
What’s that for?!
It is not the menu but a kind of voting system. On the board is a list of suggestion of flavour to be experimented; patrons can note down the flavour they wish to turn them into reality or vote the existing one using the colourful chalk.
Hmmm, Ham & Cheese flavour; hotcakes & butter flavour; Apple pie flavour… I wish they all turn real.
To be honest, I really love Taimei(s)
You may ask,
Who is she/ who are they?!
Selina, Ella, Hebe, Jolin Tsai, Xiao S, Da S…………….
See, I ♥ taimei!!!
I like the idea where they name the food on the menu after Taiwanese celebrities!
Quirky menu, isn’t it?!
I am stress out.
I am unhappy
I need my happy food
Something sweet and addictive
Something that can cheer me up.
That is you, my happy food – Garrett Popcorn
My cousin told me that this is a must try new great snack.
She even added on, the queue is always very longggg.
It was still early (in the morning), and there was no sight of long queue.
We then happily grabbed a bag of Chicago Mix - Caramel Crisp + Cheesecorn flavoured-popcorn. And had a picnic; facing the great view of the city and enjoy our happy food.
… Beautiful and clean country, our neighbour – Singapore.
It has been 15 years; I did not put my feet on our neighbour’s land. *aiks*
Just recently, I was there fore few days of homestay (at my aunt’s place), did some sight-seeing and walked around the city.
I am really amazed with the changes on everything there. Just can’t wait to share up everything with you guys…
and… … am planning to pay another visit again in end of the year *whoooops*