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This is as close as you will get to the prison. You will pass the high walls on the way to the Museum where the story will unfolds. If you have Family ties to the prison you get the feeling from the stories inside. For others it is a time to reflect on the past.
I attended their first morning puja at 630am. It was magical. If you are a Ramar bhaktan or a Hanuman devotee this is a MUST go temple in Singapore. Its pious, peaceful and poetic and by the sea. Its not a big or grand temple with a huge gopuram - for that go to Perumal temple. But Seetha Ramar is...
I got taken to the Bark Cafe for a couple of drinks by a friend on a recent trip to Singapore and we decided to stay for a meal. I ordered the seafood hot fun which was excellent. Good sized serve, very well cooked and tasty.
It’s a great location being open air and with live music.
If you like a feel of Thailand in Singapore, this is the place to go. You also get a great view of the airport runway.
However, dinner is quite costly. 2 types of pot to choose from ufo (additional $20) and traditional. Menu doesn't tell you what you get in the mookata menu.
If big group suggest paying $20 more...
Located in Changi Village, this shop serves various types of Chendol. The standard regular version is already enjoyable with its unique gula melaka and chendol. Ordered the chendol with durian as well. They also sells Malay kueh, goreng pisang (fried banana) and curry puff.
Staffs are not attentive - our plates are full of crab and prawn shells. Staff obviously saw it as they were bringing us more food (I see their eyes looking at our plates!!). But they jus do not want to change our plates. We had to ask them twice.
Staffs are unethical - we came with a family of 10...