Met KJ's aunt (another one) in CentrePoint and she brought us for a buffet lunch in Pheonix Hotel, Orchard. We spent almost 2 hours there and then KJ and I went to Holland V (荷兰村) to distribute the flyers. The respond was not very good over there. It rained and we left before we could finished giving out all.
Holland VAt night, KJ's aunt and uncle (the one we are staying at their house) brought us to The Bistro @ NUSS The Graduate Society in Suntec for dinner. Only graduates from National University of Singapore and other universities are allowed to enter. And both KJ's aunt and uncle are members. This month they are offering the French Cuisine so I got a chance to taste it and experience a fine dining (where the plate is so big but the dishes is just a portion in the middle) for the first time. It was a nice and peaceful atmosphere as they are people playing guitars from table to table. When they came to us, KJ's aunt requested the song 'Stand By Me' and they sang harmonically! (applause)
After the dinner we went to Clark Quay (pronounce as 'key) for a walk. It's like Jln Alor in KL but of course, it was nicer and cleaner =) There was this G-MAX reverse bungee but both KJ and I were too kiasee to try it. After all we were just finished eating.
Bungee in day
Bungee at night
Clark QuayThere were lots of bars and pubs at the place. Crazy Horse Paris also opens Asia’s first and biggest cabaret theatre at that place. But it is restricted to audiences aged 21 years and above. We then took the river taxi to Boat Quay which cost about S$4 per trip/person. Then we walked to Raffles Place MRT and took a train home.
Spaceship sighted at Clark Quay