In the midst of all the old toys, there is a Children Little Museum, entrance fee is $2 per pax. An idea where to bring Joey in future.
All these vintage things just sets the mood for a relaxing afternoon. We strolled along Bussorah Street and found this cafe.
It’s a run down cafe, manned by 2 guys who just looks like they are doing this to pass time. It’s like a back-packer cafe with free internet access and you can see a lot of Ang Mohs hanging around, exchanging travelling tips or stories.
Surprisingly the coffee was not too bad.
After a relaxing rest, we walked over a few streets to Haji Lane. Surprisingly, not a lot of people knows about this place, or have been to this place. It’s a very narrow lane, with 2 rows of shop houses. The entire place is filled with creativity. Many young entrepreneurs setting up their trade, learning customer service and providing Singaporeans and tourists another superb place for a walk. Too bad, we were too intrigued by the shops and amazing items on sales that we totally forgotten to take any pictures. Take it as a chance for you to explore the place on your own bah.
Last stop of our date was @ Orchard Road. I guess every couple has to go there when we date right? The roads were crowded with people, rushing for some post-Christmas sales or just to get soaked in some festive moods.
But for us, it was the perfect chance to finally try the much recommended ramen from Ippudo @ Mandarin Gallery.
This entire wall is filled with all sorts of bowls.
Trying to take a photo of minnie mouse. Can you see?
Now, the food!
For those who know me, I am not a pork lover. But I have to say this pork bun is the most delicious bun I have ever tried. So this is MUST BUY!
I had the most wonderful day with Kless. Totally enjoyed our date. I highly encourage all parents to date your spouse at least once a month. And I mean going out for a walk, shop, eat and play. NO KIDS! This is healthy lifestyle. And when you have done that, you will also learn to love your kids more. Trust me!
Love you Dear!