Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Singapore Walk ~ Clarke Quay

Okay, I know I already make the Singapore Walk series a bit too long. Hmm, so this will be the last post of Singapore. Previously, I mentioned that I missed out the show : Songs of the Sea in Sentosa, this is because my dear and I need to rush to Raffles Place to meet up with her parents. The main purpose we are there is actually to celebrate her daddy’s birthday.

So, after the meet up, we are heading to a Chinese Ala Carte Buffet style Restaurant to have our dinner. You must be wondering what the heck I am talking about. I didn’t type anything wrongly, and you are conscious too. The restaurant serves Ala Carte Chinese food in buffet style, which means you can order any food from the menu provided unlimited time and unlimited quantity by paying around 38++ Sing dollar per person. My opinion is this is quite worth if you are working in Singapore, but not for Malaysian tourist when you have to spend about double of the price. I will post only 1 photo, so I don’t think you guys will complaint for posting food early in the morning right?

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After the dinner, Shawn (my dear’ sister’s boyfriend) bring us to a quite happening place in Singapore especially during night time, Clarke Quay. At first, I don’t know how to spell out these words, of course the first Clarke I may spell it right, but what about “Quay”? In my mind, I thought it spell like “kuih”? Luckily I didn’t spell it out else I seriously need to find a hole for myself to hide inside. Its actual pronounces like Clarke “KEEY”. Don’t ask me why, I am just the follower.

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There are five streets that joint together and you may found a lot of the café, pub or club, anything you named it will be there. So, we have some walks along the riverside and of course I did took a lot of photo but sigh, *a big sad face* the quality is not that good, there is still a lot that I need to learn. So here is some bad quality photos that I took, and we actually celebrate dear’s daddy birthday at a Beers Factory, Brewerkz.

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C Clinic

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The Street

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"Fei Wen"??

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Looking for One Night Stand?

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I love the feel!!

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Cafe Iguana

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Another View of Riverside

This Brewerkz produce beer inside its own shoplets. If you go inside the shop, you may see a lot of the big tank and container which is for the beers. There are wide varieties of beers, also the wines corner. One thing I have to mention is the price; it is kinda cheap if you want to have a drink during day time.

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So, after the celebration, we go home, have a nice sleep, having our breakfast at a India Restaurant which sells delicious murtabak especially the Mutton Murtabak, shopping at Bugis Walk and then we are on the train back to Malaysia. This is the day where I spent almost 8 hours on train from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. With this, I will end my Singapore Walk officially. *korf*korf*

These are the links for my previous Singapore Trip Posts.
The Start of the Singapore Walk
Singapore Walk ~ Singapore Science Centre
Singapore Walk ~ China Town
Singapore Walk ~ Sentosa Underwater World
Singapore Walk ~ Sentosa Pink Dolphin Show
Singapore Walk ~ Sentosa Hotspot


Mariuca said...

Kim Fei! I didn't know Sing has Cafe Iguana! Iguana was one of my fave clients when I was working in NST. I didn't get a chance to visit clarke quay on my last Sing trip, the crabs look really yummy!

kimfei said...

@mariuca,actually I don't have chance to try on the Cafe Iguana.I just took the pic of it cause I think thier trademark is so special..hehe..Clarke Quay is really a nice place to hang out..next time you really should visit there..

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