Thursday, March 24, 2011

My Experience.

What i enjoyed the most is taking the photos of every building, looking at it and thinking of how it feels like when you are there.The challenges that i faced are that i have to stand under the hot sun while taking those photos. Some of the buildings are to long for me to take a whole of it. Even when i stood across the road , I still could not take the whole building. There is also another challenge i faced and it it that the internet did not provide much information of when the building was build and other important informations.Some of them i had to ask my parents to see how long it was built as they have been staying there longer than i had.If i were given a chance to do it again, i would add in more informations and also interview the people on what they think.

A Travelogue for Tourists and Our Future Generations

Holland Village is a popular venue for younger Singaporeans and expatriates. it is dominated by and often visited solely for its eateries and watering holes, along with some specialist shops selling non-traditional wares. The place is sometimes referred as "Holland V". At 2011, Holland Village will have a new MRT station connecting to the Circle Line.

Wala Wala:

Wala wala is a decade-old two-story stalwart. It remains the great dame of thebars along the Lorong Mambong stretch. It is usually packed in the night with crowds ranging from as young as students to yuppies. It has a laidback atmosphere and also nightly live music for everyone to enjoy.

Holland Village Shopping Mall:

The Holland Village Shopping mall is a landmark of the area andcan be recongnised by the windmall at the top. It is a very small shopping mall as it is only two stories high. There is a cafe in it called “Ya Kun Kaya” which is famous for its coffee and kaya bread. There is also a Japanese restaurant by the name of “Sushi Tei”. Although the food in the restaurant may be quite expensive, the food is delicious and it will guarantee you a satisfying meal.

Holland Road Shopping Centre:

The Holland Road Shopping Centre is famous for southeast Asian houseware, furniture linen and rattan items, lightweight clothes for tropical wear and fancy handbags with coral stones and flip flops from Indonesia. With three levels of shopping area which offer the most exotic and ethnic handicrafts of Asia such as jewellery, furniture, art items, carpets and many more. Lim's is the largest shop in the center and houses a huge range of gifts, furntiture, lamps and other artifacts. Equally noted are Essential Crafts, Esteli Studio,Vista and Jessica stores for handicrafts and artifacts. For modern art work and frames do visit the D'Artist Gallery and Framing Angie.