If you look carefully, you will realise that I am Asian.
That was a joke. Of course, I’m Asian. Although I don’t often identify with my own Asian roots, there are days when I suddenly feel Asian all over and have a strong urge to capitalise on my Asian features.
This was one of those days.
|Wearing: Vintage dress in Japanese-inspired print (probably a 70s does 40s design), Chinese umbrella, faux victory rolls, red Rubi flats|
And if you look carefully again, you can discover vintage Singapore – little corners of Singapore that still embrace the good old days. The Singapore Food Trail at Singapore Flyer is one of them. This 1960s themed foodcourt houses a wide range Singaporeans’ most-loved street hawker food. At one end of the foodcourt, there is also an area with common 1960s household items on display.
|I would totally steal one of these thermos flask.|
Unsurprisingly, the cost of food at this themed foodcourt is slightly steeper than the usual foodcourts in Singapore. Nevertheless, the food is good and I still recommend everyone to check it out at least once, especially if you’re interested in learning more about what Singapore was like in the 1960s.
And now, excuse me while I revise the history of Singapore.