After attending a 2 hour-long (now jokingly termed as 'penance mass', but that's another story altogether) after-office Ash Wednesday mass at City Hall, Singapurple Iggy tagged along to our favourite fish and chips dining place: Fishermen's Wharf along New Bridge Road (in front of Central@Clark Quay). This place is a favourite hangout for crowds of young people (so why are we here again? heh). Given the situation (it's very near the 'night scene and bars' area of Singapore--Clarke Quay), we'd say it's where one can hang out first before proceeding to the bars, to get their fill of waay cheaper beer and food (so you'll tend to order less afterwards. hehe). After dinne,r we walked around parts of the Clarke Quay promenade to check out this curious sight called GMAX reverse bungee (also along the river). Then we walked the whole stretch of Hill St. towards our bus stop on our way back, at times stopping to take pictures along the city's historical district.
the Central@Clark Quay (yes, they're not not creative with naming malls).
It's got this quirky planning that aspires to be a miniature Harajuku. Don't be surprised if you see these all dressed up (more like costumed) youngsters flocking there on weekends-- in drones. Prepare to share your bus seat with a Kakashi Hakate wannabe (it can get better--try a bus full of Kakashi's.)
GMAX reverse bungee jumping is your "tirador" (slingshot) fantasy coming to life, with you as guest star (i wonder--does situating this beside the river amount to a safety measure?--so that it won't hurt that much. heh) .
phallic symbols for fans. serious.
her purpleness gets a crash course on bus routes and bus stops in the city.
Fort Canning Park is Singapore's timid response to 'UP Sunken Garden' and 'UST Carpark, infront of the hospital' --> where the magic happens. It's all wholesome in daylight, of course.
Civil Defense Heritage Gallery. The fire department--'museum-ised'. Freaky, eh?
Tired from all the walking, Miss Iggy calls it a night. Background (L-R) is Fairmont Singapore, Swissotel and Stamford House.