Third day, we started by going around Sembawang. We lived there *LOL*
We took the free shuttle to Sembawang Shopping Centre. The shuttle is free from the MRT station to the shopping centre. This is so convenient, most importantly it’s free!
There’s a children playground and water play area up there in the shopping centre.
Camwhored in the toilet again ;p Walked passed MOF, a Japanese cafe, and decided to take some photos of the “food”. I’m into these fake food thing. They looked so real and so nice. I just couldn’t help marvel at them every time I see them. It’s everywhere in Singapore! Just show you one of the ice creams on display.
Too bad… No chance to try the food out 🙁 They were not open yet, even if they do I don’t think I could try it out too. Plan changed that’s why.
We spent our whole morning there even though the place is not big coz we spent most of the time at Cotton On. Managed to buy 2 cardigans there, 2 for SGD10. One for me, one for my sis.
After that, we rode the free shuttle back to Sembawang MRT station. It’s already noon, so we decided to have our lunch at the new food court at the MRT station before head out to Chinatown.
It’s called Foodfare. Not a very big food court, even smaller than Tun Jugah’s. The design looks quite clean.
Left: Salmon Pete+Chicken Terriyaki Bento (SGD5.30), nothing much to rave, it’s edible ;p
Right: Hokkien Mee (SGD3, normal price is SGD3.50), nothing much to rave also hahaha…
We had dessert, Red Ruby(SGD1.70). Ice shavings with coconut cream, sago pearls, jellies, water chesnut, and syrup. It’s actually modified version of a type of Thai dessert called Tab Tim Grob aka Red Rubies. I quite like it 😉 I always love this dessert and it’s a must for me if I’m dining in a Thai restaurant.
After lunch, off we went to our destination of the day.