From Bugis Street to Serangoon

This is for Clare and Timtam who were both Singaporeans, now living overseas 🙂

I was just killing time while waiting for my scooter to be repaired and thought that you might like this clip from Bugis Street to Serangoon.

15 Replies to “From Bugis Street to Serangoon”

  1. DK

    Interestingly enough, not many people gave me that annoyed ‘Dont film me’ look. When I went to chinatown, loads of shopkeepers didnt like me photographing them.

    I dont think I looked like a tourist. I’m too sloppily attired to be a tourist 😛

    Gypsy Girl

    Allo! 😀 Bugis is very VERY crowded, bustling and full of life. The large mall, parco bugis junction is even *more* crowded … thats why I try to avoid there. Its as crowded as orchard 😐

    Are you coming back to Singapore?

    Nana Jr

    I like those blackberry tartlets too. Cant seem to find them anywhere anymore.

  2. Wow! I LOVED that!!! Thanks Rinaz for posting this. It really makes me want to go to Singapore! I love that place… Sure looks crowded tho, phew.

  3. Wow, it must be time for a trip. Watching your video makes me really homesick – even tho I’m not from Singapore – I used to go every year on my way to Malaysia (when I used to work for an airline :P). We were hoping to go in May, but unfortunately don’t know when we can make it now due to a spanner in the works *sigh*

  4. Nana Jr

    That would be awesome 🙂 I love those biscuits!

    Gypsy Girl

    I’m amazed that you are homesick for this very very crowded and congested place! 😛 But I am sure that you will be back here eventually 🙂 Just hang on in there!

    Whats a spanner by the way?

  5. yes i feel homesick when i see familiar sights and sounds . . . wah you certainly have very steady hands ! i miss being able to run outside with a tank top and skirt and not have to put on a layers first.. .. this lack of sun up here has resulted in painfully pale limbs! eeeksss!
    i know that exact route you walked . . . thanks for thinking about me 😉

  6. Clare

    Not a problem *hugs* 🙂 I know its not IMM, but since I live in Jurong, there’s alot of watching eyes there … a little self conscious … hehehe.

    Oh yeah about the many layers part! Cart’s sister was amazed that I had to put on a thick wooly top when it got to evening time, it was chilly for me. And it was in the middle of June! I dont think I could ever leave the house in December. It’ll be too cold for me …

    Pale? People here are paying big money to get the porcelain complexion that you have, Clare 😉

  7. *sighs* believe it or not, I can even “smell” the atmosphere while I was watching the clip! …just goes to show how much Im missing Singapore! WOW…All thoses colorful juices…made me soooo thirsty! Its been 3 yrs since I was last there..I definately think I’m due for a visit soon. Especially since now TigerAir will have a route here…cheaper airfares means more $$ for food & shopping! 🙂

    Thanks Rinaz for the clip & for thinking of me..LOVED it!! 🙂

  8. Timtams

    Its my pleasure! I’m glad that you loved it 🙂 I didnt smell anything out of the ordinary though 😛 Oh, speaking of smells, there wasnt any roasted chestnut sellers around, that would have been interesting to film 🙂

    Yes, there were so many types of juices, I saw mango, soursop, lime, watermelon, orange, and others that I cant remember 😛

    How much are tix from ozzie to sg? I’ve always wanted to go there. And do come to sg! *waves pompoms*

  9. eh slight correction… to your : ‘This is for Clare and Timtam who were both Singaporeans…’
    Maybe not Timtam.. but Ahem… i am *still* a Singaporean! 🙂

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