Monday, July 1, 2013

Dinner at Boon Tat Street Lau Pa Sat

Last weekend, we had dinner at Boon Tat Street beside Lau Pa Sat. At night, Boon Tat Street is closed to traffic where diners can sit in the open under the sky to have a meal. It was more airy and breezy to sit outside rather than inside the Lau Pa Sat (old market).

The satay that we ordered from Rahim tasted very good and delicious, no fats in the meat and the meat were very tender and juicy.

One can order just the satay or a combination of some other BBQ meat.

There were so different stalls inside the Lau Pa Sat but we dont have to walk into the old market to order our food, the stall holders would bring the menu to you.

BBQ Stingray

Seafood Omelette

Sambal Kang kong

Fried Rice


BBQ Chicken wings

Friday, June 21, 2013

Singapore is choking on the haze

OMG, Singapore is choking on the haze due to the burning in Indonesia. Today is the worst hit with PSI of 401.

Was in Singapore General Hospital visiting patient when I saw a long queue, people were queueing to purchase N95 masks and soon it was out of stock, with promises to have more tomorrow.

Hope a heavy downpour will get rid of all the dirt and ash in the environment. Please stop burning.

Saturday, April 6, 2013

SEA Aquarium Resort World Sentosa Singapore Part 6 - Shark Seas

My final posting on the SEA Aquarium Resort at Sentosa. This is the Shark Seas Section, where the sharks swam above us. I wonder why I did not video this section,maybe I was too engrossed with all the sharks around us lol.

It was strange that when we took photos of ourselves, it turned out almost black and white hahahaha.

Will visit the aquarium again another time, really interesting place to visit.

Friday, April 5, 2013

SEA Aquarium Resort World Sentosa Singapore Part 5 - Educational Pool

A favourite with the kids, the touch pool allowed kids to interact and touch the sea creatures.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

SEA Aquarium Resort World Sentosa Singapore Part 4 - Fishes/Eel

There's so much to view and so many different species of the fishes that many I am so alien with. If not mistaken, the below fish is the long horn cowfish

The moray eel section was so interesting, they were so long and could hid themselves in small holes and pots.

Wonder what species are they, seems like they could produce some kind of electricity.

Interesting to watch the moray eels swimming out of their hiding places.