The Chinatown (牛车水) in Singapore is just two MRT stations away from Little India, where our two-night accommodation located.
Though it wasn't difficult at all for tourists like us to navigate around the "Lion City", but still, a fair amount of walking is unavoidable.
Mosque Street (摩士街).
As you can see, there ain't much traffic on the road.
We came across some uniquely old buildings that are painted with rainbow colors.
Restaurants are everywhere.
Mei Heong Yuen Dessert (味香园), one of the “Singapore Chinatown Heritage Brands”. We went in for some cool refreshments after touring a fair bit of the historical and cultural district.
Almond Snow Ice (杏仁雪花冰), something delicate I ordered to share.
Mango Dessert with Pomelo. It was my sis's. She loves basically just anything that contains mangoes. Crazy?! I know =.="
Shopping (bought nothing but just some souvenirs for my BB and besties) and snapping along this quaint little street.
Even more lively and happening when the night falls.
Chinatown Car Boot Sale at Pagoda Street (跳蚤市场).
Spotted a rude sign saying, "Don't touch, if you're not buying." I bet no one would buy a single thing from them.
The warm weather made me sweat a lot that I nearly lost my appetite, I didn't feel like eating until I got a taste of the noodle soup which my sis ordered from Ming Fa Fishball (明发鱼圆). It sure did cheer up my stomach and triggered hungriness in me at the same time.
So we went on ordering a delicious bowl of Fish Ball Soup with Noodle. $5 is cheap aye!