Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Alive Museum Singapore

I have always seeing my friends who visit Korea posting up their pictures taken in Korea Alive Museum. And I have not visited Korea yet, till to date (how sad!) But fret not, Alive Museum is coming to Singapore now, like conveniently located at our doorstep right? So here is basically my photo boom! Bear with me for spamming with pictures this time, just this time, I promise, cos' how can you not carry camera with you when you visit Alive Museum? Pictures speak thousand words, just looking at my picture and you will know it!

When I first step in Alive Museum, the paintings reminisced me of Louvre in Paris. I missed my time in Paris T-T for real.

3D in front of your eyes!

I love this but I don't know how to pose with it? hmm

The little girl camw 

You won't know how does it feel staying in mom's womb cos we are probably too young to remember anything, or do baby has memory? 

How I wish -_-

Singapore iconic is a must! Our merlion!

Currently, Alive Museum is having a promotion for patrons.Like Alive Museum on facebook and get a free burger king meal when you purchase a full adult ticket. Fret not, Burger King is just next to Alive Museum, you can grab your meal before or after visiting Alive Museum. Isn't it convenience? (Promotion ends 30 September 2014, with Terms and Conditions apply)

Address: Suntec City mall #03-372
Ticket Prices: $25 (Adults), $20 (Children 3-12 yrs) 
Operating Hours: 10am - 10pm daily (last admission at 9pm)

ps: It has been a while since I last visited Suntec City too. I think they are undergoing massive renovation right now. Hoping to see a better mall in the near future (*fingers crossed*)

Thursday, August 7, 2014

淡水老街 Tamsui Old Street 麻吉奶奶鮮奶麻糬

[台灣 Taiwan] Danshui Old Street 淡水老街 Tamsui Old Street


Something else from the famous ah gei. Not as famous as ah gei, but taste heavenly delicious!

店名/Shop Name:麻吉奶奶鮮奶麻糬 

Direction to Tamsui: Take MRT Tamsui (Red) Line to its northern end at Tamsui Station. The ride is roughly 40 minutes from Taipei Main Station.