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Flight: TR2905 @ 6:40pm
Singapore Changi Intl Airport
Macau International Airport
Hotel: Aqueen Hotel Lavender 139 Lavender Street
Ya Kun Kaya Toast - China Street
18 China St, Singapore 049560
Kaya is a coconut jam made from coconut milk, eggs which are flavoured by pandan leaf and sweetened with sugar. It is easily one of the best jam spread ever created.
Muthu's Curry 3 Temasek BlvdSingapore 038983
Eat: Fish Head Curry
Fried Kway Teow (Stir Fried Noodles) No18 Zion Road
Maxwell Food Center (Chicken Rice) legendary Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice (Stall 10)
Chin Chin Eating House (Chicken Rice)
Bismillah Biryami (Indian Rice)
Hong Mao Wanton Mee (Noodles) 182 Joo Chiat Road 7am to 5pmClosed on Mondays
Roland Restaurant (Chili Crab) Block 89 Marine Parade Central
Janggut Laksa Queensway Shopping Centre, #01-59 10am to 9.15pm Branches1 Roxy Square, level 1
Geylang Lor 29 Fried Hokkien Mee 396 East Coast Road 11.30am to 9.30pm Closed on Mondays There are generally two variations of the dish. The wet and gooey type, which uses a combination of yellow noodles and thick bee hoon (rice vermicelli) and the dry type which uses the same noodles but with thin bee hoon. My pick for the best wet and gooey type is Geylang Lor 29 Hokkien Mee which is located in a newly refurbished coffeeshop along East Coast Road. This place still uses a charcoal stove to fry their Hokkien Mee which is quite rare nowadays. Many Wok Masters still regard the charcoal stove as the best way to heat a wok as the radiant heat ensures that the whole wok is evenly hot. With a gas stove, the bottom of the wok typically gets hotter than the sides.
Balestier Road Hoover Rojak
Whampoa Drive Market & Hawker Centre 90 Whampoa Drive
Rojak does have an odd mixture of ingredients. Bite-size pieces of fruits, vegetables, dried tofu, fried you tiao (dough fritters) and cured cuttlefish are tossed in a prawn paste sauce topped with crushed peanuts. Grated bunga kantan (pink ginger buds) add a sensuous fragrance. The result is a wild mix of sweet, spicy, sour and savory flavors.
Hajjah Mona Nasi Padang Geylang Serai Food Centre Stall No. #02-166Open 8am to 7pm Closed on Wed 82826902 Nothing hits the spot quite like a good plate of rice drenched in a coconut laden gravy. And it doesn't get better than Nasi Padang except, maybe, very good Nasi Padang.
Sin Huat Eating House in Geylang (Crab bee hoon)
If you still haven’t satisfied your passion for crab, head on over to Sin Huat Eating House in Geylang, Singapore’s most well-known red light district. Don’t be fooled by Sin Huat’s deceptively gritty surrounds. Chef-owner Danny Lee’s food is so good that Anthony Bourdain called this place the very best restaurant in the country. All of Chef Lee’s seafood dishes are excellent, but the dish that regulars keep coming back for is his crab bee hoon – huge Sri Lankan crabs braised in stock and then fried with bee hoon noodles. This is truly an inspirational dish. Sin Huat Seafood Restaurant 659-661 Geylang Lorong 35 (at the corner of Geylang Rd) Tel: 6744 9778
Tom's Palette (icecream)
CandleNUT KITCHEN (FUSION)
Killiney Kopitiam Kopi and Kaya
Paul Bakery & Café (Level 3, Takashimaya, 390 Orchard Road
Tiong Bahru Market
Pudding with preserved vegetables
Tanglin Halt District (Peanut Pancake)
Foods to Find
39. Ice kachang
Shaved ice desserts are always a popular treat in the hot tropics. Ice kachang (ice with beans) evolved from the humble ice ball drenched with syrup to be the little ice mountain served in a bowl, drizzled with creamed corn, condensed milk, gula melaka and brightly coloured syrups. Dig into it and you’ll discover other goodies hidden within -- red beans, palm seeds and cubed jellies. Many will brave sweltering weather for the snow-like ice at Annie Peanut Ice Kachang. Best of all, she sprinkles roasted crushed peanuts generously on top. Block 6 Tanjong Pagar Road, #02-36 Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market and Food Centre (branch at #01-07 Far East Square).
This dessert is named for the soft, greenish noodle bits it comes with. The very best cendol is still the simplest -- just coconut milk, shaved ice, gula melaka, light green cendol and a dash of salt. These days, other toppings like kidney beans, grass jelly cubes, creamed corn and even durian paste and vanilla ice cream have found their way into this dessert. Cendol Geylang Serai serves old school cendol in convenient takeaway cups. Find them at 1 Geylang Serai, #02-107 Geylang Serai Market and Food Centre, tel: +65 9485 5845
Geylang Claypot Rice (Also red light and food district)
ATTRACTIONS Marina Bay
Adult Admission 3-in-1 Jurong Bird Park Night Safari* Singapore Zoo 2-in-1 Jurong Bird Park Night Safari* Night Safari* Singapore Zoo S$42.00 S$28.00 S$58.00 S$38.00 Child
Jurong Bird Park
Universal Studios @ Sentosa
SENTOSA( Luge, Sky Ride, watched 4D and Cineblast, went zip lining, killed time at the Siloso and
Palawan beaches, and witnessed Songs of the Sea by 7:40PM.)
VivoCity (Chinese: ) is the largest shopping mall in Singapore. Located in the HarbourFront precinct, it was designed by the Japanese architectToyo Ito. Its name is derived from the word vivacity. According to Mapletree Chairman Edmund Cheng, VivoCity "evokes a lifestyle experience that is modern, stimulating and accessible to everyone, a place bubbling with energy and flowing with vitality". 
Arab Street (hooka)
For Night Safari!!!!
Itinerary 2* (8.00pm – 10.30pm) 8.00pm Arrive at Night Safari 8.15 – 8.35pm Tram journey across 8 geographical regions starting with: Himalayan Foothills, Nepalese River Valley and Indian Subcontinent 8.35 – 8.55pm Stop at the East Lodge and embark on the Leopard Trail 8.55 – 9.20pm Hop back onto the tram and travel through Equatorial Africa, Indo Malayan Region, Asian Riverine Forest, South American Pampas and the Burmese Hillside 9.30 – 10.00pm Creatures of the Night Show at the amphitheatre 10.00 – 10.30pm Catch the cats in action on the Fishing Cat Trail
Orchard Road is a 2.2 kilometre-long street that is the retail and entertainment hub of Singapore. It is a major tourist attraction, in addition to being the most popular shopping enclave in the city-state. Often, the surrounding area is known simply as Orchard, partly owing to the fact that the MRT Station that serves the vicinity is named Orchard.
On the Way Back To the Airport Changi Village Food Center
East Coast Lagoon Food Centre by Taxi