Salam, good day. Day two in Singapore was a long one but memorable. My day was supposed to start with a morning run at Orchard Road but coincidently my aunty was there too, so I cancelled my run, instead I'm having breakfast with her and friends. As usual at Royal Plaza which housed a lot of Bruneian in Singapore, we've met a long-not-meet friends as well as the new one. We do have a visit as well and the best thing was after more than one hard year, I've chocked-in Nasi Lemak Adams Road. Haha, thanks to our friends here who have fulfilled my un-official wish:)
This picture is taken by my auntie Aminah Yassin. *thanks ibu and my appologise you are not in picture* (L-R): Hambali Tengah, PI Salmah, Hasrin Damit, the legendary Kartinah Dahari, Sarinah Yahaya and myself.
At the vintage look but modern Asian Civilisation Museum
*highly recommended for civilised people* lol
600 BCE-300 CE, East Java Indonesia.
Central Africa is dominated by the Congo River which, together with its numerous tributaries, drains a vast area of diverse environments, ranging from rainforests to savannahs. For your information, the region is home to the Bantu-speaking peoples. Have you ever heard that?
Pay a visit to the Traffic Watch Center. The two ladies is monitoring the traffic with 500 camera under their control which covers the traffic all over Singapore. They can even zoom you in while walking on the street.