Saturday, September 14, 2013

Dating Day!

This is going to be a long entry! One fine weekend, me and my boyfriend didn't have any errands to run so we had the whole day free to date!

First and foremost, outfit photo~ Nothing special lah, just blue themed! I bought quite a number of new dresses but I have been too lazy to iron so at the moment I am still repeating my old dresses quite regularly. Haha.

I was invited to watch "Violet & Daisy" at Cathay Platinum Movie Suites together with some other bloggers that morning, so I brought bf along as he has never experienced upgraded seats before!

We were the earliest to reach although we actually only reached just in time! I am seldom the earliest so I wondered if I might have gone to the wrong location. Haha. We were ushered in to the private lounge for some drinks while waiting for the rest! Finally they all arrived and we went into the theatre for the movie. Seats were comfortable and the service staff kindly put a blanket and cushion on us, which made everything feel wonderful! Meanwhile, we were also served some small bites on the coffee table next to our couch. If only I can have Platinum Movie Suite upgrade for all the movies I watch! Haha.

"Violet and Daisy" is not bad, as the storyline is quite unique and the two female leads were quite intriguing and cool.

Photo with Nadia and Randy taken before the movie start!

After the movie, me and bf were wandering around Orchard for lunch when I suddenly remembered Koh Grill & Sushi Bar! I have heard alot about this place and their Shiok Maki and had always wanted to try it! I wrongly remembered it as Ion so we had to U-turn back to Wisma when I realize my mistake. haha.

Our Shiok Maki! ME LIKE IT!

My bento was also surprisingly good! I ordered this set which has saba fish, teriyaki and chawanmushi. Perfect combination! I was expecting the usual mediocre teriyaki but it tasted like BBQ chicken! So yums! If only Koh Grill & Sushi Bar is near my workplace. I will eat at least once or twice every week!!!!

Bf''s tokyo ramen. I want to go back to Koh Grill right now to have my bento and shiok maki again!

Afterwards we went to walk around in Far East Plaza but it was soooooooooo boring. I had nothing to buy there. The only highlight was that there was an event going on at the atrium and there were these cute kids going through some obstacle course which looked like fun. It was quite amusing to see the innocent faces on these kids as they go through obstacle after obstacle!

Then we decided to head over to ArtScience Museum for the exhibitions since Bf had wanted to view the "Mummy: Secrets of the Tomb" for a long time. We bought tickets for three of the exhibitions at $24 per person.

There was this pretty waterlily pond outside the museum, I had to take some pictures!

And I can't decide which of these flowers are the prettiest, so I post all. Haha. All taken by bf while I was waiting under a shade. It was scorching hot that day! Pek chek until I said, "Stand under this kind of sun do so much whitening skincare also no use!"

I personally like the architecture design of the Arts Science Museum alot!

Mummy: Secrets of the Tomb started off with a 3D show and then some artifacts. I don't remember seeing any "Mummy" in plastered form like what we usually see in cartoons and movies though. Mostly covered inside casing already!

National Geographic: 50 Greatest Photos.

This was my favorite exhibit out of the three! The showcase featured 50 photos with explanations. It was so interesting to walk from one photo to another, understanding the meanings behind each of the photographs! My conclusion is that, photography is a lot about luck and being at the right place at the right time.

Here are some of the ones which I liked!

This one below was something about a young boy crying because a vehicle drove over his herd of sheeps.

The composition of these photos are so good!

What I like about this photo is that it is actually a top view of the camels but the shadows.....

*** Photos were taken casually at the exhibit, colors and contrast may not be accurate. You have to be right infront of the photos to appreciate it properly!

The last exhibit we went to, was Essential Eames. It's basically just about design and furniture.

It was time for dinner, and we settled at High Society at Marina Bay Sands. I was totally won over by the luxe decor. Check out the red curtains and chandeliers!

The food were not bad too!

This cake melts in your mouth! Love it!

Love dating days like this where we can feel carefree and forget about all the worries in the world.

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