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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Review: Nano Stem Cells Facial at Chrysalis Spa

Hi lovelies,

Recently I visited Chrysalis Spa located at AMK hub to experience their Nano Stem Cells facial. 
Part of the reasons why I opted for this treatment was the need for skin recovery and reduction of my acne pigmentation.


I was first led into a room to change and get ready for my facial.

The facial began with a 2-steps cleansing.
First step of cleansing was with a milk cleanser, to dissolve and remove makeup and dirt on my skin.
Second was a facial scrub with very fine granules to remove dead skin cells on my skin. 


After the 2-steps cleansing, my skin was thoroughly cleansed and ready for the treatment.


Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Food Review: KOSNICA Cafe, Singapore

Hi lovelies,

Today, I will be sharing about this cafe called KOSNICA that my sister and I visited some time ago.


KOSNICA is a cosy and beautiful place, and it is centrally located. When we were there, there were some crowds having teas and waffles at KOSNICA.


Have a look at their cute little menu, shaped in a hexagon.


Sunday, May 14, 2017

Food and Heritage Tour at Little India with Monster Day Tours

Dear lovelies,

Lately, I had the opportunity to re-explore my lovely country that is full of multi-racial heritages and cultures. I jumped on the chance to visit Little India with Monster Day Tours (a local tour agency in Singapore).

This tour that I joined is a food and heritage tour guided by registered tour guides Dani and Yap.


Hello to my tour guide, Dani!

Monster Day Tours has a tagline of 'Go BIG Or Go HOME!' 
Hence our guides were dressed in traditional Indian costumes and we were on this journey to explore Little India with a local touch and tasted up to 11 types of food!


Little India has beautiful wall murals that truly depict the history of Little India and the Indian culture.

On this wall, we see the Indians' sacred animal, the Oxen, with an artistic presentation.
Along the road where this mural is, we were introduced to the history of Little India. 
In the past, milk men used to bring their cows along this road in the early morning and shouted "Milk! Milk! Who wants milk?" Customers will come down with their cans and they got freshly squeezed milk directly from the cows.


There are a lot of beautiful wall murals in Little India. 
You have to visit Little India and explore the place. Or, if you want to learn more about history, culture and heritage, you can join Monster Day Tours. They have free walking tours, you can check their website for schedules: https://www.monsterdaytours.com

Our next stop is this colourful building. This is the Residence of Tan Teng Niah, one of the last surviving Chinese villas in Little India.


Dani enthusiastically giving us more information about this place. 
The structural design of this building includes Chinese, Indian and European styles. You have to make a stop here at Little India to marvel at the structures and designs of this building.

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