Around or less than 2 weeks to go to the lunar new year, everyone's visiting chinatown to get the feel of chinese new year.
The crowds are there. and thanks to changing weather patterns, it's windy and cool. no sweat walking aronud! One of the must eat is going to be featured in tomorrow's post. there's a queue at that shop! even Bloomberg News agency has an index based on it. Guess what's it?
wow very busy in chinatown. the queue must be for some kind of local delicacy?!
Lim Chee Guan (Lin Zhi yuan) bak kwa izit ? Hope there is one pack waiting for me at home when I'm bac...:p
yup, bak kwa!!
p.s. you are right, my first local drink - Teh Tarik;)
Love, love, love this photo. Very festive and I love the movement of the crowd.
You're not kidding. I could just about sweat by looking at this photo.
tigerfish and zannnie must be bak kwa lovers right?
jazzy, you're so right.
ming, visiting soon? then you can join in the crowd.
koeiru, notice the lanterns swaying? the temp at night in singapore has been around weird. it has been very windy and temp around 25C! we have not had the air con on at night for a few weeks already! check out the NEA website for weather forecast.
Wow, it's a good atmosphere over there! it realle seems a nice party, I'd like to join right now...
In a couple of weeks time there shall be celebrations all around...the Chinese New Year is coming up pretty soon and a time to enjoy with close friends and family...well hey on this note also drop by my blog sometime and check out all the wonderful stuff i've posted there!!!
Love the festive spirit here. I'll have to go and check out Chinatown in Sydney!
25C? That's practically freezing! Yes, those swaying lanterns look marvelous. Very nice pics.
to be honest, i dun eat bak kwa ...heh heh...too fattening is the reason!!!
i'm still waiting for a 'no cholestrol' or 'Cholestrol-FREE!' bak kwa;) u think is it possible?
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