Sunday, July 24, 2011

4th Last Week Before Singapore

As you guys know, I come to Singapore for the sake of fun good. My few weekends before this were fully occupied. I would really like to thank all the friends for this.

And for the 4th weekend to August 13, I went to Malacca on Saturday and visited my cousin on Sunday.

From left: Hui Boon, Me and Shuzhen

And Malacca trip is always not other but a food tasting spree!

1st stop: chicken rice ball.
I always feel the rice is nicer than the chicken.

2nd stop: Jonker Street.

Malacca-styled Asam Laksa, I like it.

And all sort of ice-kacang, some are too sweet,
some are sour to be just nice :)

3rd and last stop: Satay Celup

Another thing I like about Malacca is the scenic and well-kept city.

Nice area for a stroll along the quay.


The town

Nice architecture together with the cherishing blue sky

The hotel nearby the quay,
the ambiance is very soothing for hi-tea

Thanks Shuzhen to tag along to reunite with Hui Boon. Thanks Hui Boon to be the navigator. And lastly thanks Alvin for the day-long driver.

On Sunday night, I met up with my cousin and played with her prince and princess. We had a sumptuous dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant in Empire. Vietnamese food is healthy just like Korean food, they always wrap meat with vege.


Alvin was called uncle.. XD

Handsome and cute

Pretty and cute

This was the end of the 4th weekend before Singapore.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Peaceful World?

A peaceful world is always from a peaceful heart.

How many times do we (city folks especially) able to look out to the sky to enjoy the surrounding peacefulness?

Monday, July 4, 2011

Outing with Colleagues

Had an outing food sampling spree with colleagues-cum-friends yesterday.

Our first stop was sampling the sumptuous Hong Kong style dim sum at Jin Xuan Restaurant, Uptown PJ.

Believe me, you should try it out if you like dim sum.

1. Fried shrimp dumpling

2. "Lao Sha Pao"

custard is flowing out and seeping into our taste buds

3. "siu mai"

4. fried durian (MUST TRY)

5. steamed shrimp dumpling

6. Shanghai styled "siu long pao"

7. yam with shrimp

8. egg tarts

9. dwarf melon with fishball

Well, done with dim sum galore. Our mission was actually to visit and play with Princess Mikaela, our ex-boss' daughter.

But she was sleeping and so we decided to have another round of food sampling. This time it was Chinese dessert at Yan Ho Tong.

seacoconut "Kuai Leng Kou"

Original flavoured "kuai leng kou"

This dessert was orginated from a clever Chinese figure, Zhu Ge Liang. It was used to reduce the soldiers' body heat so that they would perform better. It was made of tortoise and some sort of herbs.

After some chit-chatting, the baby had woken up.

Princess Mikaela

Babies are naive and kind in the very natural way!

Mikaela is curious of every single new thing. I could capture good angle of her looking at my camera aperture because she was attracted by my DSLR instead of her mom's iPhone!

- Mission Complete -