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eny_sayuri

eny_sayuri

Tied down with exams and feel so bad I haven't been able to write much this month.. :/ will be back to more writing soon! :)
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  • Thursday, 28 February 2013 11:24
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  • Bryan Choo voted as helpful a review, A unique enclave of its own , written by eny_sayuri.
    It's interesting how I've always seemed to have a strange affinity with Tiong Bahru - from frequent visits to relatives staying in the area as a child, to having several community service projects there when I was in secondary school, and eventually even having a few tuition students living in the area, I always found myself journeying back to the area and rediscovering a different side of it each time. If I had...
    wall 397 days ago
  • Tied down with exams and feel so bad I haven't been able to write much this month.. :/ will be back to more writing soon! :)
    profile 489 days ago
    • Tiong Bahru
    • It's interesting how I've always seemed to have a strange affinity with Tiong Bahru - from frequent visits to relatives staying in the area as...
    wall 490 days ago
    • Emerald Hill
    • With all the hustle-and-bustle of Orchard Road, one would probably never have thought that a quiet yet culturally rich space like Emerald Hill could be...
    wall 490 days ago
    • Baba House
    • I had never known or heard much about the Baba House till a friend of mine was recently initiated as a docent there. Curious over...
    wall 490 days ago
  • friends Malcolm Baey and eny_sayuri are now friends
    • Malay Heritage Centre
    • I first chanced upon the Malay Heritage Centre a few years ago, while touring around Kampong Glam with my sister. I didn’t have a very...
    wall 503 days ago
  • friends Ivan Teh and eny_sayuri are now friends
    • The Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum
    • Though it’s been many years since I last visited the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum as a child during a friend’s birthday party, the place...
    wall 510 days ago
    • Maestro Guitars
    • With a professional guitar instructor for an uncle, Maestro Guitars had become a familiar name for me since its opening. My uncle had...
    wall 510 days ago
    • Menya Musashi
    • After chancing upon a huge banner outside Thomson Plaza that read “Menya Musahi: the most popular ramen store in Japan”, my family decided to check...
    wall 510 days ago
    • Jacob Ballas Children's Garden
    • I first came to know about the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden while taking a bus to the Botanic Gardens one day. Curious about what such...
    wall 510 days ago
    • Ukulele Movement
    • A few weeks before my cousin left to further his studies abroad earlier this year, my sister and I decided to surprise him with something...
    wall 510 days ago
  • eny_sayuri reviewed Yamaha.
    • Yamaha
    • Though the Yamaha name was one I had been well-acquainted with since my early childhood days, I’d never actually ventured much into Yamaha stores till...
    wall 510 days ago
  • Bryan Choo voted as helpful a review, Thought-provoking, written by eny_sayuri.
    • The Changi Museum
    • Though it's been about 7 years now since my first visit to the Changi Museum and Chapel as part of a secondary school excursion, the...
    wall 521 days ago
  • Bryan Choo voted as helpful a review, Of orchids, family and newfound friendships, written by eny_sayuri.
    • Mandai Orchid Garden
    • I first visited the Mandai Orchid Garden on a primary school excursion. Truth be told, I didn't have a very lasting impression of the place,...
    wall 521 days ago
  • Bryan Choo voted as helpful a review, Old place, great food!, written by eny_sayuri.
    • Amoy Street Food Centre
    • Despite the rundown facade of this two-storey hawker centre, the Amoy Street Food Centre certainly has some of the best old time local favourites. ...
    wall 521 days ago
    • Lau Pa Sat Festive Market
    • My earliest memory of the Lau Pa Sat Festival Market was of bright neon lights, throngs of people and standing up on my seat just...
    wall 521 days ago

My Reviews

Tiong Bahru
 
4.5
Reviewed by eny_sayuri
Emerald Hill
 
4.5
Reviewed by eny_sayuri
Baba House
 
4.5
Reviewed by eny_sayuri
Malay Heritage Centre
 
4.5
Reviewed by eny_sayuri
Maestro Guitars
 
3.5
Reviewed by eny_sayuri

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