Singapore Changi Airport, Terminal 1

Posted by vivien | Others: Singapore | Thursday 7 May 2009 10:54 am
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Terminal 1 of Changi airport, where i took the Air Asia flight back to Malaysia. Changi has 3 terminals in total, all connected by air train which is very convenient.
luggage storage service starting from about S$4 per day. This luggage storage shop located in Terminal 1. (level B2 if not mistaken)
Bengawan Solo selling famous Indonesian delicacies.
layer cakes which are oh so expensive.
I bought one slice of cheese swiss roll(S$1.20), however it taste much of margerine/butter/cream, wish it were more salty and cheesy instead.
Mr Bean, a franchise selling soy bean products, i love their pan cake thingy(esp red bean and cheese, price at S$1.10 to S$1.20), their soya bean ice cream is really good.
Mr Bean ice cream, S$1.80(cup) or S$1.50(cone)
FairPrice supermarket located in Changi Terminal 1, level B2 if not mistaken, can come here to get some food souvenier back, price are cheaper than if you were to buy from some exclusive chocolate shop etc in the airport.
Select Airport Staff Canteen, level B1 of Changi airport, little known canteen in Terminal 1 of Changi, food here are cheap, averaging S$3.50-S$5, airport staff can buy food here at cheaper price. Must go.
You can see contractors looking ppl, office wear ppl dining here.

 

Random eats for lunches in Singapore

Posted by vivien | Others: Singapore | Monday 27 April 2009 9:47 am
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Fish ball noodle, about S$3 (Lau Pa Sat)
Spring Onion Cake, S$3 (Lau Pa Sat)
Pu4 Gai4(noodle) noodle, sounds like pok4 gai1(Cantonese) but it actually translated to flat cover noodle, the noodle comes in flat big pieces, S$3.50 (Lau Pa Sat)
Prawn Mee which taste sweet, ewww, most unappetising noodle i had in Singapore (a cafe in One Marine Boulevard building)

 

Microsoft Singapore, One Marina Boulevard building, Singapore city centre

Posted by vivien | Others: Singapore | Monday 20 April 2009 9:45 am
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Last week training 5 days in Microsoft building, what is so nice bout this sort of trip is we are on the receiving end, much of a vacation trip more than a working trip. They have pantry full of drinks, FOC: soya, barley lemon, ice lemon tea, coca cola, coca cola diet, coca cola zero, chrystaneum etc
milo, lipton etc
espresso machine, they have 2, one with fresh beans(grounded on the spot, can’t see it here, the beans are on top of machine)
for coffee lover, not me
ginger tea etc
they have a theme: Hero
Hero again
spacious area, whole floors dedicated to meeting room and conference room
looking out at Esplanade
casino probably

 

Robertson Quay hotel (near Clarke Quay)

Posted by vivien | Others: Singapore | Monday 20 April 2009 9:32 am
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This is Robertson Quay hotel, located near Clarke Quay area, nearest MRT: Clarke Quay, also the cheapest hotel we could find: $SGD100 for room and breakfast(2 pax), internet SGD$5(daily, optional). The moment we walk into the room, it is not a pleasant feeling, the room feel like some cheap Chow Kit area budget room(ok, i never been there, but you get the drift, there is no feeling of crisp linens, instead the whole room seems to be quite humid, from the wet carpet) My colleague couldn’t take it take we have to live here for 5 nights! I am the other hand is more concern of their 72 hours cancellation policy and wouldn’t mind living here for 5 nights.
Who knows a hotel in Clarke Quay, in Singapore could be in this condition. But next day, we move to another room, in fact a floor higher, exactly on top of this room… hehe… and it is much more cleaner, so it depends on which rooms you are getting, i guess. Nonetheless, it is a small room, a lil too small for comfort.
twin bed
looking to entrance
toilet, very small.
But i have to give them credit that their customer service is satisfactory… Do give this a try if you want to live in room below SGD$100 near Clark Quay, and internet is really cheap here at SGD$5 per day.(for geeky guys perhaps, since guys don’t need a lot of space, bed + internet should make them quite happy already)

 

Tampopo, Liang Court mall (near Clarke Quay)

Posted by vivien | Others: Singapore | Monday 20 April 2009 9:14 am
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Had dinner in Tampopo, a famous Japanese ramen restaurant, priced is also slightly higher.
kyushu ramen Original SGD$13.30
I had black pig shabu Ramen, SGD$13.80(approx RM33 @2.41) taste so-so to me, but knowing the price, i think it is quite good 🙂 ;P
Beef curry rice, approx SGD$15
Address: Tampopo
177, River Valley Road,
#01-23/24 Liang Court Shopping Centre
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This is probably the most expensive one-dish meal that we had in Singapore, averaging SGD$15 without any drinks.

 

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