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Arts in the city

strolled around the city and was captivated by the scupltures tat i came across. have you seen any of these?

Fernando Botero’s BIRD:Art in the City

Art in the city

Francis Ng’s Death of Matter:Art in the city

Art in the city

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G-MAX reverse bungee

anyone up for reverse bungee? count me out. the last time i was one of these thrill rides, my legs were wobbly n i actually had to sit down for half an hour b4 i could walk steadily! 

try it out if you are in for a wild ride – 200km per hour to a dazzling height of 60 meters. find out more about Spores first ever bungee : http://www.gmax.com.sg/ 

Reverse Bungee

i can hear their shouts from way below on the ground. aaaaaaahhhhhhhhh!

Reverse Bungee
 

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Recognise tat building with colourful windows

anyone recognises this building…? “Oh…that building with the colourful windows…” do you know that there are 911 windows?

Otherwise known as the Old Hill Street Police Station (OHSPS), this bulding built in 1934 became the headquarters for the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (MICA) in year 2000. Find out more about the history of the building:

http://www.a2o.com.sg/a2o/public/html/online_exhibit/misas/exhibit/index2.html

Colourful Windows

Colourful Windows

Colourful Windows

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Ayam Penyet

lunch was at Ayam Penyet House @ the basement of NTUC Income Beach Junction (No. 67 Beach Rd).  ayam penyet simply means ‘smashed chicken’.  sounds interesting doesn’t it and so is its taste.  

served in the traditional wooden plate, the crispy yet moist chicken is dished with super hot chilli sambal (paste),  fried tofu and raw veges.  its so finger licking good but careful with the chilli paste – it was so hot tat my mouth was numb for while. ha ha 🙂

Ayam Penyet

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