Last weekend, I have a short trip back to s’pore for attending the Singapore Food Festival. I was invited by my friends. This year, the theme was “Peranakan” It is clash with the bon odori festival that held at Shah Alam (Japanese Festival). I receive $150 to spend on the event during the food festival which originally I was plan to go sentosa but the plan was change.

$1 = RM2.25

I will divided my trip to few post since it’s quite a lot.
1: Trips
2: Singapore Food (hawker) , Sup Tulang Beach Road, Manpuku (Japanese Restaurant)
3: Singapore Food Festival 2009

1st of all, I will talk about the trips.

You can apply the tourist pass @ $18 only and if you return back the card, you will receive RM10 (refundable) You can use for you trip in Singapore how many time you want.

The main purpose. Th Singapore Food Festival 2009.

I like Singapore public transport because I was grow up there and use their public transport for past 20 years. The efficient of the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) that you can see is the MRT will reach the station every 5 minutes. Not like Malaysia KTM. They using ez-link almost same like our Touch & Go. But it’s 500% better then Malaysia Touch & Go. Phua Chu Kang & his wife that you can see everywhere in the station & MRT it self.

They also have another public transport such as bus & cab.

Someone warning you about H1N1.

Orchard Road that houses premier shopping complexes like Tangs, Wisma Atria, Ngee Ann City, Paragon and The Heeren for a unique experience.

Some of my favorite restaurant @ Boat Quay.

Chinatown Street Market. On 17th of June 2004 the Chinatown Street Market was officially launched. The idea is to reconstruct the once bustling street markets of Chinatown’s past with the Chinatown Street Market, featuring a total of 161 stalls lining the pagoda, Terengganu and Sago Street.

Bugis Street. The largest street shopping that located in Singapore. Almost same like Petaling street in Malaysia.

Merlion @ Marina Bay. Also known as Merlion Park Jetty.

Esplanade @ Marina Bay

Do ~ Re ~ Mi ~ Fa

I have opportunity to see the performance from the Singapore police how they do their mission @ Marina Bay.

Raffles Place.

Looking for a swing in good time? Then, head on down to Boat Quay – The Trailblazer of the Singapore entertainment scene.