“Uniquely SINGAPORE”

Short and sweet.  Throw in some fun.  That’s how i spend my weekend in Singapore.

I met my friend, former co-beauty pageant finalist, Mimilanie Lisondra, for dinner and some girly overnight bonding. She is currently living and working there.  She brought me to Clarke Quay.


Clarke Quay.  Known for its night life, it was quite busy for a Saturday night.

Most of the restaurants and bars were crowded with people, all walks of life, foreign and locals, alike.  It was decided that we dine in a restaurant called Shiraz, offering authentic Persian cuisine.  Aside from the great food,


and great company,


some entertainment in the form of belly dancing is regularly played by the said restaurant.  I got a sneak peak for you.  I recorded it by myself, a sloppy first time ever attempt.  Forgive me, friends.

After dinner, we had our nightcap at a bar called Cuba Libre, a Latin/Mexican one.


A quick fix of a spirited drink was a good starter.  Classic mojito served in a big glass jar was just as tempting as the dance floor, so we drank and danced  the night away.  Music like these are new to my ears, i kind of let it swept me away.  Met some of Mimi’s friends, too, Irish, and Magesh.  Actually, we were as united as colors of benetton can be.  🙂


 I partied that night, but not as hard for there’s a whole day of fun the next morning.  I intended to tour around Singapore once more, with my camera and a whole lot of smiles.  I’ll let you know what happened after that, soon! 🙂

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  1. wow! obviously you love the night life..you love to boogeyyyyyyyyy! on the disco highway! lol! i’m glad to see ur smiling face after a book hangover…btw i dig ur bright outfit 😉
    and i will tell my bff to check out Shiraz? the one with the belly dancer hehehe. when they go to SIN in June. hindi na ako maka join sa kanila coz i still need to renew my passport at my project pa akong iba.

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