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theurbanlion:

Burning Marina (by Tan Andy)

areuserious:

Nikon F2/Ektar 100/Chinatown Singapore

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MR BROWN’S VERSION OF CALL ME MAYBE. 

inlovewiththewind:

day/night panoramas of MBS <3

I miss singapore.

(Source: noememirescomoantes, via youknowyourefromsingaporewhen)

Number 4: Carrot Cake or Chai Tow Kway.

Black one, white one also got. 

It’s a classic Singapore favourite that you’ll find in almost every food court/hawker centre island wide. 

Despite not being the most healthiest choice available, this grease-laden belly warmer is a hit with both young and old alike!

magikalstarz:

Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel. It’s even bigger than the London Eye!

thisisunamdigital:

Dinner at KU DE TA.  Marina Bay Sands Singapore.  Beautiful night view from the 58th floor overlooking the bay.

(Source: rivyhng)

cosmicunicorns:

#carrot cake #singapore #food #egg (Taken with Instagram)

(Source: oritatamu)

Number 3: WANTON MEE

noodle, char siu some spring onion and wanton in a soup. 

So simple yet so good. 

Number 2: Char Kway Teow

Flat rice noodles stir-fried with lard (for best flavor), dark and light soy sauce, chilli, de-shelled cockles, sliced Chinese sausage, bean sprouts, Chinese chives and sometimes prawns and egg. 

Yumm. lard my favourite. :p 


Number 1: Chicken Rice of course lah!

Sure find in every food court/hawker centre island wide.

Cheap, tasty and come with free soup.Of course number 1. 

Who guessed it?