Keppel Bay, one of the many few places that recently made it to the top spot of my "Favourite Places to Chill" list.
Enjoy the sights of the calming deep blue sea, the many big and small yachts', the gastrobars and restaurants and feel yourself being transported to yet another holiday destination altogether.
Even the drive through this man-made infrastruture sends a sugar rush.
I'm thinking wedding shots even.
Just these two words, Keppel-Bay, floods my EMO saturated brain with happy thoughts.
After my first visit to Prive@KeppelBay, i immediately knew i had to bring dar here.
As much as i would love to, I don't always, in fact, very rarely have brunch, but brunch at Prive kinda made me realize how awesome brunch actually can be! They are for lazy-mornings and they are certainly stress-relieving and mood-lifting!
It wasn't the best breakfast but it was without a doubt the bestest breakfast experience i've ever had!
And so, i made a trip down to TCC for some drinks at its Keppel Bay outlet a few weeks after my first visit to Prive.
This time, with my camera fully charged and ready on hand.
Imagine TCC situated on-board a two story yacht, with the sun setting in the background, sipping coffee and tea, chewing on scones and fancy sweet treats, while the waves lapped gently against the sides of the yacht... wait, your other half's missing! Hahahah, somebody wake me up please!
Anyway, dar had his boring Oreo Frapp while i had a Litchi Tea Freeze.
Litchi Tea Freeze is simply a combination of lychee and peach, which i thought, was very good! There was a right balance of lychee and peach, with none masking the flavor of the other.
Indeed, Keppel Bay is an awesome place.
I could dream of living here forever. Talking about living here, dar and me actually made a visit to The Reflections ShowFlat. It was amazing. What with the full glass panels and open bathroom concepts. How can one resist the possibility and ability of waking up to a sea-view that's oh so stunning?
Gawd, i'l so love you if you bring me to Prive for Brunch again. Haha. But seriously, it gets me wondering whether i'm actually paying for the food or for the ambience. Who in the right mind spends more than $50 on breakfast for 2 when Cheese Pratas', or Chin Mee Chin's kaya toasts and runny eggs could easily have benn a satisfying and very affordable breakfast? In fact, i just whipped up a very sumptous breakfast, consisting of walnut rye bread, philly cheese, bacon, smoked premium ham, poached eggs, and sauteed asparagus and mushrooms, for Dar! Haha
Oh well... some random shots...
Keppel Bay, till then, we'l meet again.