Monthly Archives: May 2012
The GREAT SINGAPORE SALE started last week .
Today I overheard a very interesting conversation between a woman shopper and a saleslady .
I didn’t occur to me that a T-shirt size M means “MEN” and L means “LADIES” !! LOL
Here is some interesting stuff that i come across …. in case fellow readers don’t know
MMMM! | Uniquely Singapore
What a name !!! This photo was taken a Changi City Point and i was puzzled by the name . Well its seems like MMMM stands for Meats , Marinates & Much More … They have 4 outlets in Singapore . Here is their website
Georges Mad Bar & cafe | Uniquely Singapore
I was strolling along East Coast Road and these 2 sign boards caught my attention . The first sign board has a “Drunken fella crossing” the road with a bottle in his hand
The 2nd has “Free BEER” ….. not actually it seems .
Noticed the RED Circle …. it says WIFI !!!
Large Fan | Uniquely Singapore
These must be the largest ceiling fans that i have come across . Pretty good . I like the breeze it generates . You will find them at Junction 8
That’s all for now …
suddenly things start to change as we grow up …. becoming ENGINEERS
What sleeping styles does other profession have ?
Now back to our ENGINEERS
In the END , we end up the same just like every other profession ….
Who says we can’t do ice skating in sunny Singapore ? We do not only have ONE , but 3 ice skating rinks . The latest is at JCUBE Mall in Jurong East Central .
Ice skating | Jcube mall
The ice skating rink measures 60 m x 30 m and have a seating capacity of 460 . This olympic size ice skating rink was opened just last month , 3rd April 2012 . Surrounding the rink is a lot of eateries so you can enjoy looking at the skaters and eat at the same time . With the hot heat reaching 33 C for the last few days , it is a great feeling getting into Jcube with the cooler than normal temperatures . You will see the skaters wearing sweaters or colder garments , probably because they use real ice .
Ice skating | Other places in Singapore
Singapore’s first ice skating rink is at Kallang Leisure Park . The rink has a gallery style spectator seating . You can enrol in their ice skating courses for beginners [here] . Singapore’s second ice skating rink is at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands . This is a 600sqm rink but they don’t use real ice . With plastic ice , you don’t need to maintain a lower temperature unlike real ice I guess , and therefore some savings in the electrical bills .
Ice skating | What’s next ?
Now that we have 3 ice skating rinks , i wonder when are they going to have skiing in Singapore ?