day 1932 – singaporean food

the buildings are nice but not to forget there’s a lot of famous food in singapore. the one ice cream shop i really wanted to hit up was too far out of the way, but that’s okay because i managed to hit up a decent black sugar pearl bubble tea place. on my fourth and last day in singapore, i also tried some street food cheap eats like their famous satay puffs, satay skewers, durian ice cream, laksa to name a few. i stayed away from fried foods as much as possible but that still gave me plenty variety to try. street food was a lot cheaper than restaurants. i’m conscious about overeating and gaining weight from this trip

day 1030 – tsutenkaku tower

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so far i’ve spent as much time shopping in osaka as i have sightseeing. there’s a lot more shopping available, but my wallet, legs and suitcase has its limitations. i had my first taste of sushi in japan for lunch; i pick my own dishes off a rotating belt. shinsekai is very similar to richmond night market where it’s predominantly street food. i didn’t end up getting any skewers or fried foods there, but i indulged in a matcha waffle cone