|So, East Coast Park is down there and Pulau Ubin is up there. Not that far really.|
I had been longing to go to this place, rent the roller blades, and just skate it out. The last time I did that was 13 years ago. And my roller blades now are all...rotting. I'm joking, plastic doesn't decay. =P Anyway, it was because of my bff - Greenie's picture of her doing inline skating at the park some years ago. I find that cool. I know we have Tasik Titiwangsa (where I remembered skating there too last time and got a couple of girls gave me that evil look maybe because I was fat and they didn't think I could skate wth) which is an awesome place too.
Anyway after Pulau Ubin, we made our moves to the mosque which is located near the East Coast Park. That's the only thing in Singapore that is turning me off. There's no such thing as prayer room, or surau at all places. You either go to masjid or pray at home. Kinda troublesome really.
Then we headed straight to the East Coast Park. Amazing how every place is so accessible by public transport. Well, it's up to you if you are willing to walk or not. Some may find 300m walk to bus stop everyday is insanely tiring. =P
Anyway, just gonna show the pics from now on.
|Underground tunnel towards East Coast Park.|
|Kinda creepy since there were only two of us there at the time.|
|Another pro shot =P|
|Yeah, I'm good at this. LOL|
|This time we decided to just cycle casually, just chilling around the park. It was a great day, with the sea breeze, man just nice.|
|I love this pic|
|Our dinner. East Coast Park is kinda famous for the sambal stingray (pari bakar and sambal). We had that, plus bbq-ed chicken wings, and baby kailan.|
|Oh, and air tebu!!|
|Pardon my manner. So not going to a high tea. =P|
More pictures of my raya there in Singapore later.