Singapore Experience Part 2


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Because someone stared at my shirt =_= The usual short and shirt getup.

Day 2 started off by getting a quick breakfast near a tourbus stop at Suntec Mall. We grabbed a noddle dish that seemed like a not-so spicy dish with sauteed vegetables and seafood. Though I really don’t like spicy food, we/I have no choice since we got a scheduled trip ahead.

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poster of different kinds of dishes

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mom eating the noodle dish

Afterwards, we took a tourbus to Universal Studios and on the way, we got to pass by the DNA bridge. Also, there were so much construction sites and the crowded MRT stations (at rush hour) that proves life in the city is a fast-paced living.

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Universal Studios, for this 3rd time in Singapore was the most awesome because I pretty rode a lot of good stuff.
So I prefer that if you will vist USS, visit on a weekday that has a lower rate (we got ours at 74 SGD each for a regular day pass) + shorter waiting lines = double win. Definitely, my highlight of the rides was Cylon Galactica (as seen in one of the pictures below) Lastly, I also prefer you go early in the morning so you won’t experience the intense heat I felt. Got a headache for that.

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Lastly, we ate at ION Orchard at Paradise Dynasty, Legend of Xiao Long Bao. It is located at the 4th floor of the establishment. My brothers’ favorite Chinese Restaurant.

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The long waiting lines are proof that it serves good food and it is to taste to believe.

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Mom ordering food

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Want some tea?

The restaurant serves a special dimsum that is like the traditional siomai with a small portion of soup inside. A color represents a different flavor. I forgot to list down the flavors because of waiting, but as my brother has tasted it for several times, Truffles (black) is his favorite.

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Funny that I realized photography was prohibited after taking this picture

Must orders are Steamed fish in Vinegar, Yang chow fried rice and egg fried rice, sweet and sour pork, the chilled mango and almond pudding, and their water chesnut drink.
I really like how they balance the flavors, at the same time, keeping the dishes as healthy as possible. It is one of the Chinese restaurant that don’t have that OILY DISHES stereotype.

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