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Toast Box At Changi Airport, Singapore

The next morning we woke up very late... soon it was time for us to pack up and check out... The moment of leaving behind Singapore (Aaron) has arrived.  Our flight was around 3pm and we decided to take our brunch at the airport.  From Ibis Hotel to the airport by cab, it cost around $16sg.  Taking a cab during the day has reasonable rates but once it is night time, the rates will be 1.5 times the normal rate.
At the entrance of Terminal 2...
Here we are... my two "stewards" in charge... 
After checking in our luggage, we had our first meal of the day...
At the Toast Box...
Ordered something simple... 
and I thought it was all about Bread and Toast mostly...
I was wrong... they have curry chicken with rice too!
Soon it was time for me and Fernie to depart in Terminal 2
and after we went in, Andy proceeded to Terminal 1...
Inside the departure area.... 

We walked around a bit and bought 300gms of Bah Kwa (BBQ meat)
The last part of my Singapore trip.....
Next.... Paris??? 
Just kidding... LOL....


Comments

  1. Looks good, the food! Especially the curry! Yummmmmm!!!!

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  2. I loves the curry chicken from Toast Box, but find it ex...

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  3. Curry looks good. Singapore bak kua like ours or not. Any difference in taste? Indeed a nice and enjoyable trip with your family. Wow!!!..Paris next.

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  4. The portion for the curry looks gigantic. Paris? Oh my... i wanna go too T.T

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  5. You're in Singapore! :)

    We were supposed to go to Singapore too but then I mixed up the dates! I thought it was next week that my entire family will be there.

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  6. Yes, you can have good time in Changi Airport. Its huge and beautiful

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  7. stp: then u must go to Changi airport to try.. hahaha...


    sharon: is it? i also never asked my son how much... hahaha...

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  8. irene: no la.. not Paris..hahaha.. I was just joking!


    ken: just kidding about Paris! hahaha..

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  9. HB: i was there on the 17th.. now back in IPoh already!


    weekend: yes, Changi airport is big!!

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  10. Must be sad to say good bye at the airport. But hope all of you will see each other very soon.

    P/S Thank you Claire for the key chain. I got it on Friday. You have lovely handwriting.

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  11. They have such beautiful flowers and garden there! But you are just as pretty, Claire!!! The food looks very good, sad your trip is at an end!!!

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  12. wenn: yes, agree with you!


    hayley: that was the first place that came to my mind when I wrote this post... hahaha...

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  13. henry: yes, bigger than KLIA? :p


    mun: thank you, you are the first person to say that.. I normally scribbled a lot!

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  14. ginny: thank you! you are always giving me sunshine in your comments.. hahahaa...

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  15. Claire, if STP come, no need to try in Changi Airport as there's many Toast Box in many places, like in Bugis Junction, Vivo City, West Coat Plaza and many more places, hehe...

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  16. Wow. I am drooling over your curry. haha.

    Reminded me of my trip back from Korea few years ago. Transit back to Kuching and we have about 4 hours to spare so we walk around the hall and took pictures. I like the flower and pond decor. My girl was thrill walking on the bridge. :)

    can start planning your next family trip. haha.

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  17. sharon: you know better!! :)


    rose: yes, there is also a lounge for you to sit comfortably and play your ipad games! :)

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  18. hmmm, i have passed by Toast Box many times but have not tried them yet.. got curry one ah?? i also don't know leh, thought really selling toasts only..

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  19. Y Pais u say joking? Got Restaurant Paris mah...it's in PJ :p

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  20. sk: yeah, i also thought so...


    kathy: over here in Ipoh also got leh... hehehe

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  21. I believe you are heading to Paris soon! Don't bluff!

    I love Singapore and even the airport is fun to hang out. The taxi was cheap and they never slaughter customers like KL.

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  22. TM: lets wait and see.. but definitely wont be this year or next year.. or next.. wait patiently.. hahaha..

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