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Tokyo: Shinjuku Gyoen, Halal Ramen Ouka, Daikanyama
Shinjuku Gyoen (æ–°å®¿å¾¡è‹‘) The cherry blossoms had gotten their groove on when Ottie and I visited Shinjuku Gyoen. We were super lucky to have been there for the blooms! Shinjuku Gyoen has an entry fee of Â¥200 (~SGD $2) per person. This comes with a map to explore this huge area. Everyone knew about the sakura blooms at this park, so it was quite crowded! We had to join a small queue when we arrived at 1pm, and queues to enter were even longer when we left the park at about 2.30pm. Luckily, the fields were large enough to comfortably accommodate people who’d set up picnic mats for lunch. So…
Artbox Singapore 2018
After our morning at the ArtScience Museum, Kooling and I spent the second half of our date at Artbox Singapore! It was the first time that both of us had attended this event, even though this year was its second year. What’s funny was that we’d dropped by half an hour before it was supposed to open its doors at 3pm, and initially laughed at the number of winding barriers at the entrance, as if it was going to be super crowded on a Friday afternoon… Guess what, it was crowded even at 3pm, and then unbearably crowded when people got off work at 6pm. We were so lucky to…
Floral Garage: Fruit Hamper
I had the pleasure of receiving a fruit hamper fromÂ Floral GarageÂ last week for a review! Floral Garage is a local online florist that believes in making it affordable for people to express themselves with flowers – even so, they offer quite a large range of choices with floral bouquets ranging from SGD $30 to $300. They even stock accessories such as balloons, plushies, and – as evident from my title – fruit hampers. Heck, they even have a Vegetable Bouquet forÂ when you want to gift something fun and practical! Or, you know,Â Condolence Stands. It was pretty entertaining to scroll through their store to spot these creative themed items. Anyway, I…