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Was the first time for the kids to skate in SG. Although quality of the ice is poor and also the rental skates were not perfect (needed to be sharpened) it was a fun experience. Gives you even a bit more Christmas feeling. Pity they closed more than a third of the rink for private lessons.
Get ready for a fun-filled experience with your lil ones while learning to operate the giant scoops and claws! Children get to experience first hand, with helmets and safety vests, how operating heavy machinery might be like. There are four diggers in total - one sand excavator, one sand clawer and two ball pit clawer. Each game play runs on...
If you are looking for some good fun in Westgate, Timezone is the place to go to. It is a place where family can bond, younger generations can have fun and it is also a safe place to bring your kids to. The place is clean, clean and well air-conditioned too.
Have been visiting this particular massage place over the last 2 years. Still amazed by the services ever since. Receiptionist was very accomdating as well as the massue. I have also recommeded this place to many of my friends. This is our usual hang out place after a long day at work.
Second time back here for dinner and we ordered Butter Chicken, Fish Tikka Masala, Garlic and Butter Naans. Really filling, decent portions for two. Love the Ice Limau too, definitely more economical to order the jug than individual drinks if there's 2-3 of you.
A must visit place every month for my family as my son loves their colourful xiao long bao. I was not impressed the first time i tried it (being used to light taste of din tai fung's pork xiao long bao). Subsequent visits had me converted. This is made from chicken meat, the chicken flavour is condensed but not over...
We came here as we wanted to eat their famous Hokkein mee. Furthermore, we ordered fried ngor hiang, yam with prawn and fried Shanghai ngian gai. The food was old school but very delicious.
The restaurant was very lively and noisy, which was typical of Chinese restaurants catering to families.
This eatery is fantastic. The service is fast and the food is great. We had the Pho soups which are historic, whilst other members of our party had the curries etc. It has a bit of a takeaway atmosphere, but that didn't diminish our dining experience, which was fab.
We would definitely return, if not just for the excellent food.