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Window Shopping At Seaport Village

HERE WE ARE AT SEAPORT VILLAGE.... Weekdays or weekends, the crowd is always around at these tourist spots, which is a good thing, of course, to the shop out,ets and the shoppers as well...
It reminds me of A place in Singapore... Marina?
Though it looks sunny, it was not hot..
I called it The Cooling Sun...
The cafe at the sea...
Fascinated by this tree...
And a darker picture emerged...
At the docks... 
Where they parked their yacht ...
A million dollar one, I was told ..
Marriott hotel...
Along the sidewalks..
Souvenir shops all around but no, I didn't buy anything...
Just lingering around ...
To take pictures only...
Shops...

And more shops....
And I was still resisting the temptation..
The dollar is just too 'Big' nowadays... 
Hahaha....

Comments

  1. Blue blue sky. so lovely leh. Hahaha....ya lor now Dollar getting bigger

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  2. Hahaha, indeed...the rate is so high nowadays, definitely so not worthy....

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  3. Lovely place. Window shopping only kah? You bought anything for me yet? Hehehehehe!!!!!

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  4. Very nice place to hang out! You are really enjoying yourself :)

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  5. Beautiful place, seaport and all. Did you get a visit on board any of those yacht?

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  6. The photos are so lovely with sunshine, water front and Ipoh's leng lui.
    That place would remind me of Singapore's Elizabeth Walk or Penang's Gurney drive.

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  7. Wah vacationing! So jeles! But why window shopping only? lol

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  8. Since's it remind you of a place in Singapore, coming to Singapore next? wink wink hint hint...

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  9. nice place.. the first two photos actually look like Gurney Drive to me, but as I scrolled down seeing the buildings, yeah, agree with you the place looks like Singapore harbour front woh~~ :)

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  10. Such a unique tree! I have never seen anything like this before. It is indeed difficult to resist the temptation of shopping

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  11. Don't know why, I see this place, reminds me of my trip to Turkey

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  12. Not a million dollars lah, $956k only. I know, because it is mine. XD XD

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