Wednesday, June 8, 2016

llaollao

Meet my super chubby cousin. Welcome the new member for the Tay family.
Isn't he such a cutie pie. Tembam betul.




Continuing my Singapore trip with more food and desserts!

So I was told that llaollao (pronounced as yao-yao) is the new hit 'thing' in Singapore.
This frozen yogurt brand was founded in Spain.
Trust me, the texture of the yogurt ice cream is really damn delicious!
I just couldn't stop myself from eating.

Good news is that this yao-yao franchise has landed in Malaysia especially in the capital city. Another good news is that Melaka might have a franchise too!
Rumor has it that their first branch in Melaka would be in Aeon Jusco Bandaraya Melaka.

I prefer white chocolate as the sauce. Super nyummeh!

Met up with my old pals. It has been ages since the last time we hang out. 
Both of them are doing well working in Singapore now.

Drinking session at Jurong East Mall (JEM)


Holiday seems to end faster whenever you are enjoying every single bit of it.

I can't wait for my next trip which is coming real soon. All geared and pumped up!

Finally I had a nice date with my favorite twins.

Went for Korean food that weekend.





The next foodie station was O'ma Spoon.
Went there to have their Mango Cheesecake Bingsu.


Mango Cheesecake Bingsu for the price of 20SGD.
*gulps* that makes it RM60 for a bowl of Bingsu.

Fish eye effect 


Besides makan-makan, I managed to do some shopping.
Overall the short vacation was awesome.
Spent the entire week in Singapore and yet I still didn't have the time to visit USS.
Hopefully, I'll make it for my next trip.



The variety of fruits that my Aunt fed us everyday. So blessed!

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Singapore - Chinatown

Back in mid February, I had a long vacation in Singapore with mummy.
The currency rate was about 3:1 at that time.
*cry blood*

It's okay. The trip was worth it (self-comfort).

It was more like a catching up holiday where I managed to meet up with friends and families who resided in Singapore. 
Not to forget the food hunting part as well.


First of all, meet froyo - the frozen yoghurt from KFC.

Being the greedy me, I ordered both flavors - Natural & Passion Fruit

Didn't get to do much on my first day of arrival.
I was quite exhausted that day due to the long hour of journey.

A lot of walking involved once you're in Singapore. I think I managed to shed a few kilos on my cheek for all those speed walking exercises.

Everyone were in a such a hurry which makes you feel obligated to catch up with their tempo. (I automatically become kiasu).
So by the end of the day, I couldn't feel my feet at all.


Anyway, it was great to meet up with Dotin and Reuben.
Got to know them from my previous Vietnam trip about 3-4 years back.
Time really flies.

Chilling at Somerset.

Costa Coffee for the win.



The following day involves more walking.
We went to Chinatown for some sight seeing. Despite visiting Singapore frequently, ironically I haven't really explore Chinatown or even Singapore Zoo. Yeah, like what the heck am I doing right. So not tourist style at all.

Therefore I should plan for another visit to Singapore again. Haha.

xoxo

I love all of them.

An ootd photo is a must.


If you happen to be around Chinatown, make sure you visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum.

They have a beautiful building architecture.


How the Temple looks like. Super chio!



Sopan-santun ootd. Haha.



Got the Japanese type of girl feel boh?
Please ignore the size of my elephant arms T_____T



Next stop was Marina Bay Sands.
Yes, the high class bitches type of place to shop.
I can only afford to take a picture with the Chanel ads.



Went to meet Shawn for the night.
Didn't see him for ages. Shawn is still the same old Shawn. Sempoi like always in his striking beach shorts.
Always giving me lame sarcastic remarks.
Feel like punching him on the face every time he opens his mouth.
Hahahahaha!

Texting with one phone is too mainstream.
Shawn can multitask with two mobile phones.

Huge plate of Wa Tan Hor for supper.

This Fruit Cider taste really good.


My first movie in Singapore was Deadpool. Went to watch it with Erin since she was begging like a little girl to watch the movie with her.

Lucky thing I watched it there because no censorship at all!
I doubt Malaysia cinema will do the same.
Worth the 10 SGD for a movie.

I think this is by far the most awesome 'superhero' character ever. His character is so vulgar and his jokes are damn funny, in a vulgar way.

Okay I know my opinion on this topic is super outdated. Please pretend that you're reading this blog post somewhere around February.

Thank you. Bai.
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