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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Christmas Tree @ Raffles City Shopping Centre

It looks like most Christmas deco is up all around the city. I think only the people who have not done it are the ones who wants to put up deco in their homes.

This was taken yesterday when I was walking to meet friends for dinner.
It's really a tall tree eh?

Do you put up Christmas deco in your home?


• Eliane • said...

Oh wow, it's already up? Big tall tree indeed!
I usually put 3 trees (see here). ;)
I usually go back to Brussels for the Christmas holliday, so I enjoy the big tree my parents bring into the house each year. :)

Olivier said... est magnifique. Celui d'Evry n'est pas encore arrivé, mais il sera plus petit. Vraiment superbe

Waouh ....... it is magnificent. One of Evry has not happened yet, but it will be smaller. Really beautiful

Lavenderlady said...

I do decorate in my home...but this year I will be gone on a trip. I am already missing not decorating.

Gerald (SK14) said...

Not these days except for a couple of things. We have a crib that comes out every year - it goes up on the 1st December and comes down on the 6th January see and we take some pictures down off the wall and display all the Christmas cards we receive thereon.

Ming the Merciless said...

I have a small apartment and I live alone so no tree in there. I think most people put up the trees for the kids.

Martha Stewart Living (blush) December 2007 issue has some great ideas for simple Christmas decorations for small NYC apartments.

ro_pumpkin said...

i remember that i was shocked to see how early they put the chistmas decorations in singapore . nowhere else is the same . shopping shopping shopping , isn't it ?
they changed the sign for raffles city again ? crazy ...
the last year tree was better ... hahaha

Anonymous said...

I don't think it is real. Unless it was trim.

Christmas deco are up so early, by the time it is christmas, the mood will be gone!

Unknown said...

i am hoping to go back to parents place too for CHristmas :-)

it's a Singapore thing, i dont know why, but they always have big big trees!

you can still decorate it if you want to, with a small little tree :-)

that's a nice tradition you have there!

so are you using the ideas from Martha? Let me go get that copy! (yes we get US magazines here. haha..)

yes, it's mad shopping. that's why they have this thing call the Great Singapore Sale.

no, it's definitely not real. not in this weather!