3 hours after my nature walk at Kranji Reservoir, i was asked out by my friends to go for a 'cultural' revisit at National Museum and the Singapore Art Museum. This is actually my second visit to the museum in the same month. Was there a few weeks ago for the Night Festival 2010. That was a yearly event, held over 2 nights - Friday & Saturday, from 7pm to 2am.
Actually i don't mind going to the museum often, in fact i like doing so because there is always new stuff to look at in the museum. And of course, always able to find new 'places' and 'angles' to snap in the museum, hee hee...
On our way to the museum from Illuma Shopping Mall(bcos the car was parked at Illuma carpark), we discovered this unique building near Waterloo Street, so went inside to take a look.
There is this Pole Dancing School in this building and the lady-in-charge was nice to give us a free tour of the pole dancing rooms.
We wondered what school of thought is this - we felt the very cooling air-conditioning when we peeked inside the room. Left within seconds as the class was about to start - no idea what it is about.
Haven't tried out this restaurant & bar before though i will always pass by in each museum visit...
Kueh Tutu magnets at the souvenir shop, look so real & edible...
Marble a.k.a Goli - a popular ball games in the 60's & 70's (Kampong days).
A wedding photographer taking shots of a soon-to-be wed couple for their album.
The Straits Times Newpapers in the 60's & 70's.
Can hardly find such spiral staircase in any modern buildings, sooo archtectural design...
The oldern type of mandarin music records used in the 60's & 70's.
Passed by Plaza By The Park Hotel after the museum visit and saw this signboard, Wendy's new outlet opening at the hotel in Aug 2010. This location may not be as 'heavy human traffic' as the outlet at Liat Towers but at least there won't be any flash flood at this area, hopefully.......
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