Superb Hub @ Bugis City
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A hot afternoon spent at the Bugis area, where I had visited a few heritage sites that are part of Singapore and these places have taught me many things such as the different cultures that are part of this multi-racial country.
As a business executive from Indonesia, we have many cultural practices being strongly influenced by a multitude of religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, mainly Islam, Christianity and more, as such this trip here ...
... there are varieties of food in the area. The food places are accessible and located near the Masjid Sultan. We wanted food that is still authentic but still close to our taste buds. At the same time, we wanted to try some of the Malay traditional Kueh and food that were recommended by my friends when they travel in Singapore. (Azura)
In that area, there are various theme Cafes ,Kampong Glam ...
... is more to the southern Indian food. I tried once and the rice tasted so nice! The rice was spiced and combined with yellow curry (I believed). I do not eat spicy so I think the food tasted fiery!
There are more dishes that worth trying! However I am too weak to try spicy food ):
For example, Nann, mutton, tandoori.
*Most images are from google. Credits to the owner.
... still try to look like pros as we saunter over to the reception to check in. What do you mean it’s the wrong hotel? "Ah, well sir, you’re actually booked into the hotel at the other end of the island. It has exactly the same name but it is definitely different."
Another taxi ride, more smiling porters and we’re on the way to our room. As fate would have it, our room is so far from ...
I was going to just totally forget about editing S.Korea videos but since I got hooked on Itsjudyslife I decided maybe I shall try doing the same thing. It's really bad because first, it was recorded on an Olympus digital camera, and also, I hate my voice. Day 1 is up!
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