Momo and I are right now in Los Angeles, California. I am attending an Academic Conference while Momo is here for an outlet shopping trip.
Times are bad, so she’s not buying overpriced clothes in Singapore. Do you know that Ralph Lauren tops at Outlet Stores price range is about the same price range as the Giordano Ladies in Singapore?
Wait, you might say what about the air tickets? Mine’s paid by the company because it’s a conference I am attending. (it’s work ok. I had to submit a list of talks related to work and it’s arranged 8 to 5!) Momo previously had to travel quite a bit, so she has enough frequent flyer points to fly this trip for free. (Krisflyer’s having discounted points to encourage people to fly by the way)
This was Wedneday morning at Terminal 3. Toast Box at the Departure floor.
It seems that this might be the more popular kiosk around. The food’s nice and the pricing is ‘correct’ too. The Teh Si here cost $1.50, while the coffee chain that originates from the country we are heading to, cost $3-$4.
Momo had a Boluo Yao ($1.40) for breakfast. She said it taste rather nice.
I had this banana cake ($1.50). It was nice too.
But I think the one my mum makes is nicer. 🙂
Teh Si ($1.50) that Momo had. She’s kind of a tea / coffee addict. She and her colleague buy this almost every day and this tea lady in this kiosk makes really good tea. The other better one is at Suntec City she says.
I had my usual. Ice Milo. ($1.80).
This version is ‘gao’ enough and not overly sweet. I like it.
The other branch that I used to buy it but stopped is the one at Plaza Singapura. The Ice Milo there has gone way too diluted. (Anyone out there agrees with me?)
Glad this kiosk in the airport does things right. By the way, (we already threw away the receipt), is GST charged for restaurants operating inside here?
Departure Hall after Immigration Clearance
Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3