I know it’s wayyyy to late, but I still want to share these pictures.
Singapore Flyer, 24th March 2009.
Hubby’s workplace gave out 2 free tickets last year and the expiry date was on 31 March. hehe. Lama dah postponed, nasib sempat. We chose weekday simply because it’s less crowded. Each ticket is valued at SGD30.00. Thank God for the free tix! p/s: Hubby’s boss, what about giving away free cruise this year? hehe
The capsule, which kept on moving even while you’re boarding.
Inside the capsule. Sangat excited sampai mata terjuling, dan menyeringai. I was holding an illustrated compass which provide description of the breathtaking view.
1) If you squint hard enough, you could see Batam over the horizon. Could you see the track down there? That’s the starting line for the F1 S’pore street race.
2) Us, with Esplanade or fondly known as “The Durian” in the background.
3) We had the capsule for ourselves, which explains the various pose. :p (background : S’pore CBD – Central Business District)
4)Hubby sedang gayat. In the background is, The Float @ Marina Bay, also known as Marina Bay Floating Stadium. S’pore National Day Parade will be held there for the next 5 years. It is also the chosen venue for the first Summer Youth Olympic Games in 2010. Cool huh?
Left : CBD area. The pic was taken when we’re at the highest point. I think. hmm.
Right : Posing with The Durian. See the string like thing i was holding? That’s actually a pair of binoculars. Iye, kami sempat skodeng orang. hehe
Little Taiwan, AEON Bukit Indah, 5th April
Finally we got the chance to treat Mak and Adik as their belated birthday present (on 10 and 11 March, respectively). AEON Bukit Indah is me n hubby’s latest favourite haunt mainly because it’s 5 mins away from our soon-to-siap house. Currently, it’s 30mins from my parent’s. Iye, tak sabar menunggu rumah kami siap sebenarnye. hehe. Little Taiwan is a new restaurant that serve Halal Taiwanese Cuisine. Siap ada halal sign. Unlike some of the restaurant there that only put “No Pork No Lard”. The drinks were delicious! Gambar takde sebab semua orang da sedut air dulu. Untuk makanan, saya beri (marks out of 5) – Price and portion is 4.5. ; Taste – 3.5. Strictly for taiwanese food lover. The food had this distinct taste – a lot of ginger and five spice, and a bit bland, compared to the Chinese dish that we usually had. Sebenarnya saya nak ambil gambar makanan aje. Tapi semua nak masuk dalam gambar. Haisssh..
Clockwise : Beef Stew and rice for the carnivore, Chicken Chop Noodle for Adik, I seriously can’t remember what I had, but it’s very similar to Claypot Loh See Fun and Spicy Ramen for Mak . All dish were recommended by the Chef (sebab dalam menu ada gambar thumbs-up).