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    Bee Cheng Hiang Franchise: Buying Singapore Brand Meat Floss

    by SLLiew Written Oct 14, 2007

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    The Singapore barnd of Bee Cheng Hiang franchise is famous in Malaysia and even in Shanghai.

    You can taste the different dried meat in floss or preserved barbecued cut pieces of different flavors. Pork and chicken are most popular. Hence this is not halal for Muslims.

    Excellent gift from Singapore. At least you can say it was bought in Singapore.

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    Selected Stores: Late Night Shopping

    by SLLiew Written Oct 14, 2007

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    Effective Septemeber 1, 2007, the succesful late night shopping will become a weekly Saturday affair which participating stores opening until 11pm on every Saturday night.

    Great news for shopaholics who like to shop until you drop.

    Participating stores: Paragon, Tangs Orchard, The Centrepoint, Wisma Atria.

    Happy shopping.

    Late Nite Shopping ogo on the bottom right corner

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    ASI Distribution: Studio Quality Audio Equipment

    by cybergenic Written May 29, 2007

    Distributors of top end studio equipment.
    No showroom really so best off ordering over the phone or via email.

    What to buy: Headphones, microphones, mixing desks, recording equipment.

    What to pay: Most items were 20-30% cheaper than Australian prices.

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    Velocity (Novena): Shopping Hub in the City

    by Strikinsmile Updated May 10, 2007

    It's not as huge as City Hall's Raffles City or Orchard's Takashimaya. In fact, I find it quite small for a mall. It's just a long shopping mall with almost the same offerings as the aforementioned department stores. The good thing about it is, if you live or stay along Novena, then and you don't feel like going to crowded Orchard Road, Velocity is a better choice. Popular shops and restaurants can be found here and you can buy just about anything here.

    What to buy: Women shoppers may find Velocity appealing because it's got small shops selling affordable shoes, bags and clothings. Chanced upon a shop that sells Hello Kitty cuties! There's lingerie shop, too! Lifestyle! It covers beauty and wellness, sports, fashion, furnishing and household, watches and jewellery.

    What to pay: Just prepare the usual budget when you shop. Even necessities can be bought here.

    took this shot while crossing the street Velocity@Novena
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    StarHub: Mobile SIM

    by cjg1 Updated Mar 11, 2007

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    You should seriously consider picking up a local SIM for your unlocked GSM mobile. The one I used is from StarHub called a Green prepaid SIM. It goes for SG$18 and provides cheap local calls and SMS as well as many promos. For example they have free IDD to 14 countries which includes the US. Free 10 SMS after sending 5 in a day locally or internationally. It is possible to get both free, international and local each day.

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    Merlions sold by vendors: Small Merlions

    by yatingchen Written Feb 27, 2007

    Merlion is Singapore's symbol and there are also many small Merlions sold as souvenirs.
    Small Merlions can be made of wood, glass, steel, stone, plastic etc.

    What to pay: How much are they? In my opinion they are not cheap as they should be, but purchasement for souvenior it may doesn't a matter.

    Merlions
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    Daiso: Bargain Japanese goods

    by UKDaisy Updated Feb 25, 2007

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    If you've seen the 100 Yen shops in Japan, you'll know that it's a place where you can find a whole range of good value Japanese goods. One of these shops is called Daiso, and this chain can be found in several countries. In Singapore, you can find Daiso at Plaza Singapura Mall, next to Dhoby Ghaut MRT. Here you can find goods such as cosmetics, toiletries, hair accessories, stationery and homewares charged at only (Singaporean) $2 per item! Bargain!!!

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    Post Office, Souvenir Stalls: Buying postcards

    by SLLiew Written Dec 18, 2006

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    Postcards of different sizes and qualities are sold at post offices, souvenir stalls and bookstores.

    The postcards ranges from 50-80 cents depending on quality and shop location.

    There are special prints of $1 to $2 of old postcards or special editions.

    Postage is 50 cents for standard size and $1 for larger size. Check with post office if uncertain. Only 40 cents for Malaysia bound.

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    Autobacs: Car accessories at Autobacs

    by Skylink Updated Oct 19, 2006

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    This is a picture of Autobacs. It’s one of the largest car accessories shop in Singapore. The 852 bus from Bukit Batok MRT passes the store. From the MRT station, the store is on the left when you are riding the bus. It is next to the Shell station. Shell has recently (2006) entered into a marketing agreement with 7-11 so the sign may change to “Shell / 7-11”.

    Another place recommended by a local for auto accessories is Stamford Tyre in Jurong. My guess is that Stamford Tyre is hard to get to by bus (I rode in a car), unlike Autobacs. If you don’t want to leave the tourist areas, Carrefour in Suntec City (MRT City Hall then walk underground through the City Link Mall) has some car accessories. I am not particularly interested in cars but I had just bought a new car and needed some supplies which is why I went to Autobacs. If you are from the U.S., Autobacs is not much different from Autozone or Pep Boys except that it has more Japanese made interior accessories.

    What to buy: car accessories

    The Shell station is to the right.
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    A List of Shops, Stamp market: Buying Stamps

    by SLLiew Updated Oct 3, 2006

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    After some search, found following great places to buy stamps.

    1) On Sunday 9am to 1pm, there is a stamp market where more 10 dealers set up tables to sell their stamps at the Kreta Air Community Center, 2nd Floor. Located next to Chinatown Plaza, New Bridge.

    2) Stamp shops located in Chinatown Plaza, New Bridge

    3) Stamp shops at Peninsula Shopping Center, Coleman Street

    4) Stamp shops located at basement floor in Golden Mile Tower (next door to Golden Mile Complex)

    Enjoy checking out and buying stamps. More expensive than Malaysia because of currency but there are more choice and variety.

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    Saga of the shoe horn

    by robertgaz Updated Sep 6, 2006

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    Distraught and forlorn,
    From a broken shoe horn,
    A gift from old Singapore.

    Glueing won’t do,
    Cuz it’s broken in two,
    And I can’t get my foot in the shoe!
    ~robertgaz~

    In my haste to get out the front door one night so I wouldn’t miss the opening scene of a comedy production “It’s A Dad’s Thing”, my fat behind launched my right foot onto an unsuspecting shoe horn and broke it in two.

    "So what is so special about this particular shoe horn" you ask? I had a particular look and feel in mind when shopping for one in Singapore last year. Imagine the confused shop assistants when upon asking me “what I was looking for” I replied “a shoe horn”, and they would produce the same only to be informed “it’s not the one I’m looking for”.

    Then I stumbled across a small shop not too far on the right from the NE4 exit in Chinatown where they had these lovely polished red wood shoe horns with mother of pearl inlays and I knew this was the one I had been looking for.

    A very considerate imstress took it upon herself to find a replacement and pounded the pavement in torrential rain to ease my pain. A new one was found and I am again in the possession of an exquisite piece of personal paraphernalia.

    The exquisite replacement It doubles as a back scratcher too
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    Pasar Malam (Night Market): Shopping in the suburbs

    by robertgaz Updated Sep 6, 2006

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    You can find some genuine bargains by shopping with the locals at the open air markets which are called Pasam Malam.

    These markets do move around Singapore's suburbs so do check with the locals if they know where they will be held next.

    What to buy: Clothing, household items, jewellery, CD's & DVD's.

    What to pay: Less than the average.

    Pasar Malam in Toa Payoh
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    tangoChocolat: Choa Chu Kang

    by purplegal Written Sep 3, 2006

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    Pleasantly surprised to see a concept store for Table Tennis equipment which includes blades, rubber, glue, shoes, shirts etc. Located at the extreme end of Singapore, Choa Chu Kang, this cute shop adds some color to your shopping stay in Singapore. If you are looking for brands like Joola, Butterfly, Nittaku, TSP, Dr Neubauer, you are right to visit this store. What's more, do ask them about table tennis play as they could arrange for you to play at their club during their stay here. Only for table tennis enthusiasts!!!

    What to buy: Table Tennis equipment

    What to pay: $6-$200

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    Jamal Kazura Aromatics: Smells good to me!

    by SPW Updated Jun 25, 2006

    This small shop is wonderful. The proprietor blends perfumes which he sells, as well as various lovely perfume bottles. He is a delightful man, and his prices are very reasonable.

    What to pay: Prices depend on ingredients, and the size of bottles, but are very competitive with "name" perfumes.

    The Proprietor Difficult choices!
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    Jurong Point Shopping Centre: A convenient stop on the way to/from Bird Park

    by Ausviet Updated May 16, 2006

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    If you don't want to spend the whole day at Jurong Bird Park, you can stop at Jurong Point Shopping Centre which is located between Boon Lay MRT Station and Boon Lay Bus Interchange. It is a very good suburban shopping mall in Singapore. The best thing about it is the food !. You can find any kind of food you like here. We came here at about lunch time and we saw a Moss Burger Store ( A Japanese fast food chain). We had never seen it before in Australia so we tried it. The fish and rice burgers were very good. I thought it was so good that the McDonald store next door had to sell some similar burgers !. On the top floor is an excellent Asian Food Court that you must eat something here although you are already full !

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