A Little Lovin' 14th Feb Happiness
A Valentine's present for my parents.
I know my dad likes him and has his CDs. I really like Engelbert's songs too! I'm an old-fashioned soul that way.
Delicious heart-shaped raspberry tarts by my sister.
Checked into the Capella at Sentosa.
Set amidst a lush, vibrant rainforest with fields of calm rolling green fields welcoming you as you drive in, the resort is a calming and unique oasis of tranquility. The jewel and centerpiece is a restored colonial building from the 1880s - magnificently perched atop a hill. The fusion of past and contemporary is reflected in the architecture and luxury interiors.
I liked that it was really quiet, making it a true holiday respite from the city life. No hoards of tourists and screaming kids that you would find in say, Marina Bay Sands.
The villa was spacious and wonderfully furnished, with a private plunge pool.
Breakfast... with milo in a wine glass ;)
The pool was nice and surprise, no other people to fight share with. My only gripe though was the rough jagged texture of the pool tiles. Kind of painful!
I love our street hawker food so the newly opened Malaysian Food Street in Resorts World was a must-try!
Designed to evoke the look and feel of walking down the streets of Malaysia, the food street is lined with true-to-detail street stalls, facades of shophouses, old buildings and 1950s old-fashioned wooden furniture to set the mood. The highlight, of course, is the food – from the famous KL Hokkien Mee to the mouthwatering Heun Kee Claypot Rice, it’s a real feast.
It's raining oil...
Yum. Sadly the Heun Kee Claypot Rice was sold out, I'm planning to go back again to get my fix!
Byebye idyllic life, back to working reality.