Showing posts from October, 2012

Tampopo Ramen, Takashimaya Shopping Centre

This post will be a quick one about Tampopo Ramen which is located at Takashimaya Shopping Centre.  Reason for me making this quick because it is another disappointing one which is enough to make my heart as dead as I can be over Singapore's food. Kyusu Ramen S$13.50++ Outlook: 2/5 Creativity: 2/5 Taste: 2/5 Price: 2/5 Overall: 2/5 - What is the most important thing for a ramen is the soup instead of the ramen itself. Reason is we drink the soup first before you eat ramen. But what happen if when you take a sip of the soup and you tasted a super salty soup and nothing but just MSG. The ramen is so-so, no real big hoo-haa about and the ingredients are pretty common which consists of one stingy cha siew and not-so-special egg like what I had at Marutama Ramen . Deluxe Hakotate Ramen @S$16.30++ Outlook: 2/5 Creativity: 3/5 Taste: 1/5 Price: 2/5 Overall: 2/5 - Can you see the butter in the soup? And can you see some corns? Corns carry a little sweetness in it and

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

This year, Singapore has once again surprised the world with their architecture design after the famous Marina Bay Sands . This time the great architecture is known as Gardens by the Bay. It is built on a reclaimed land with the size of 101 hectares. An international competition for the design of the master plan, held in January 2006, attracted more than 70 entries submitted by 170 firms from 24 countries. Two firms – Grant Associates and Gustafson Porter – were eventually awarded the master plan design for the Bay South and Bay East Gardens respectively. The main highlights is still the Supertree Groove. There are a total of 18 of them around this place and 11 of them have built in with environmentally sustainable functions like photovoltaic cells to harvest solar energy. This energy will mainly to be used in generating the electricity for the night as what we are seeing right now. FYI, Supertree Groove entrance is free. OCBC Skyway, a 128-metre long walkway that connects th

Songs of the Sea, Sentosa

This will be my final post about Sentosa before everyone started to complain. Hahaha... Songs of the Sea is the best among all activities that I have gone through. This is the place I feel my money is well worth. They only have two sessions which is at 7.40pm and 8.40pm only. Yes, only at night and it is a 30 minutes show. At first, I really do not know what this show is about because seeing a fat Chinese boy sang a Malay song And Malay guy will sing a Chinese song. So I guess it is just telling us about unification of multi racial into one country which is Singapore. After that, there is a boy who is called Lee who has a magical voice which able to bring fire, water, light and even smile! Hahaha... I believe the Lee they are referring to is Mr. Lee Kuan Yew. The father of Singapore who is still alive until today while seeing us changing 6 Prime Ministers after Singapore separated from Malaysia.  That is the earth losing its fiery flame. After he sang, great pyrot

Barnacles Restaurant & Bar, Siloso Beach

Do not ever try to think that you can dine somewhere cheap at Sentosa. Here is some of the restaurants which is available at Sentosa at it is located at the end of Siloso Beach.  Since I am going to spend MORE money than usual so why not go for the best which is the Barnacles Restaurant & Bar. Located by the sea with nice landscape surrounding it. But over here does not have a beach. One thing you can expect is their sunset. Nice! Not I am the only one who is captivated by the landscape here. There are people already start enjoying their shooting session here. That is the best I could get since there is a large cloud underneath it. Too luck. LEt's get back to the restaurant. I think my food is served. LOL Alright, they already have breads for us to start with. Amazingly, this restaurant is not stingy enough in serving their breads because usually the restaurant I went in will just serve two buns only. Without a doubt, all of their breads are y

Palawan Amphitheatre, Palawan Beach

Not really nothing over at Palawan Beach . At the very least, they have this Palawan Amphitheatre which is free for everyone! Finally, I see something which is free. My goodness~ All these while, I keep seeing admission fee at almost everywhere! All right, stop complaining and let's see some animal. They have 4 sessions in a day and we only have time to catch with the last session which is called "On the Wild Side". It is a session we will see the most animals compare to other sessions. We started of this Red-butted Monkey. The trainer is trying to show how short her tail is. While this monkey prefer to show how red her butt is. Trying to show off some skill in plucking some coconuts. Somehow, I do find this trainer is one of their kind. LOL She is our MC for that session. She has been working real hard to get our super ice cold crowds' attention. So sorry, you really have to work much more harder. Alright, next we have Macaw to show off her