Thursday, December 26, 2019

A Night in Singapore

Last week, I was in Singapore for only staying a night. 

First day. I went for lunch in Market Street Interim Hawker Center. It's located at 5 Cross Street, right next to Telor Ayer MRT station. It was totally crowded when I arrived at this hawker center. I looked around what I should eat because there are so many delicious food. I was quite curious when I saw there was a very long line for Hor Fun (Chinese noodle made from rice). I directly joined the line to give it a try.

Ah Liang Ipoh Hor Fun - Unit No: 01-35

Fried Fish Dumpling Hor Fun - SGD 3.500
The hor fun was smooth mixed with flavorful savory dark sauce.

The fried fish dumplings were so tasty.

In the evening, I had dinner together with my Singaporean ex-classmate at Tendon Kohaku in Chinatown Point, 133 New Bridge Road.

Kohaku Tendon - SGD 15.00 
(incld. 10% service charge + 7% GST)
Tempura (vegetables, chicken, prawn  and other seafood) on rice 
The tempura were perfectly fried and tasty.

The second day, before noon, I went to Lim Chee Guan which is well-known for their sweet meat.

Traditionally Chinese barbecue sweet meat.

I bought it for my mom.
Crispy Pork Floss 160g - SGD 6.00

From Lim Chee Guan store, I went to Changi Airport. I wanted to visit Jewel and also to try the famous Shake Shack burger. I

ShackBurger - SGD 9.20
Cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato and Shacksauce. 

Before flying back to Jakarta, I still had time for dinner at Killiney Kopitiam in Terminal 1, Changi airport.

 Curry Chicken Noodles - SGD 5.80
A simple curry dish but fulfilling.
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