Date : 13/12/2009
First stop: Bugis Junction
This is the Hindu temple that is right next to The Chinese temple above and this is the first time I saw so many Chinese worshipping in a Hindu temple, most of them are coming for 4D and Toto numbers.
Fried mee in Chinatown : $4
Wantan mee $3.50
Ais kacang $ 1.50
No littering in S'pore???
@ Vivo City
The biggest Candy shop:
Wow...interest rate so low in S'pore!! Maybe next time you put $$ in bank , you may have to pay the bank for looking after your money.
Peeking at Sentosa from Vivo City
Why this cow look so sad??
Cos the "nen-nen" has been cut and made into stools... very sad hor?
Suffering from malnutrition!!
Kongsi gelap meeting are held here!!
@ Suntec City
Managed to touch the water fountain , we were the last group of the day to touch the fountain. You are supposed to touch the highest part and push it down.....anyway not much truth since before touching I bought the Singapore Toto number 1717 , and after touching ( I pushed the water down with all my might...) the number 1717 didn't come out that night Toto draw pun!!!. children don't try this okay...cos auntie is just doing an experiment thus buying that number 1717
This unedible face towel costs $1.20!
Chinese waxed meat in lotus leaf: $13.80 , portion for 2
Egg and lean meat congee : $7.80, enough for one to eat only
Rice siew Mai : $4.50
Pork dumpling : $4.50
Double styled ribs: $13.80
Double egg fried rice: $7.80
Total bill: $72.25
Not worth it, paying more for the ambience than the food, still hungry afer paying $72.25!!
Saw "precious moment" after that one quarter full meal while munching pretzels.
Then we rushed over to Orchard Road to see the much advertised and talked about Christmas lights up....the candy land..