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  1. steveluv

    Makan in Thailand

    I know this is a Singapore forum but as I live in Thailand I am wondering if it is appropriate to post about food in Thailand here. It could be Thai food, international food, my home cooking food in Thailand etc. I wish to also welcome anyone here to contribute your experience of Thai food in Singapore or anywhere. If anyone think its not appropriate do let me know. For a start here's one of my favourite Thai food khanom-jeen, had this last week near my office Khanom-Jeen is the white soft rice noodle in Thailand made from fermented rice so it has to be eaten fresh after its made if not will turn sour quickly and spoil. Khanom-jeen is usually take with Thai curry and most commonly with Thai green curry known as gaeng-keow-wan literally translated word by word curry-green-sweet or for our easy understanding sweet green curry, and in this case for chicken green curry we call it gaeng-keow-wan-gai, gai as in chicken. This is rural area so the simple and rural setup https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOhpd-7LR2g&t=3s Besides making khanon-jeen-gaeng-keow-wan in very traditional taste the seller is also very sweet and cute so my favourite stall I can down 2 of her khanom-jeen any time Each is only 40 baht
  2. This question was asked on a forum I frequent but I'm interest in knowing whats the opinion of Singaporean driver/car owners. I purposely posted the poll in whp because what matters is what the car can put to the ground not at the engine. My opinion is anything more than 500whp is too much and really no point. So how much power is too much for street in your opinion?
  3. Filmed in rich and beautiful 4K video, another heritage rich site of Singapore - Arab Street. It was a beautiful evening and with so many tourist and local, it is no doubt a popular hang out and discovery location for families and friends too. Enjoy the sight here ! https://youtu.be/eEZgDSZoV2Q
  4. Picanto

    Street Directory

    Do you think mighty minds St Directory is good to use? i saw a couple of other brands in the bookshops but still think mighty minds not too bad
  5. Yesterday while i was at the mac at 10 Ang Mo kio Street 12 around 8:20pm, i witnessed an Altis (SKU 572U) reversing into the left side of the a Suzuki SX4 (SKB 4718X) and the driver of SKU 572U just walked away as if nothing happened into Mac with his female passenger. I do The front left side of the SX 4 was scratched and the left bumper looks misaligned. If any bro or sis out there happen to know the owner of SKB 4718X, please get him or her to PM me. I can be his witness and provide him the video from my onboard camera.
  6. Ake109

    SOC Ang Chias at Church Street

    Noticed that along Church Street on many mornings, 2 SOC Ang Chia will be parked at the side of the road. Why do they keep turning up there? Seen them on many a mornings.
  7. well guys, any 1 seen this on the road yet? http://www.mycarforum.com/blog/myautoblog/...red-land-rover/ like sibei power, can tahan grenande, land mine, bullet. with reinforced steel, think on the road can be big bully, and go on any terrain u like. who see u also siam far far, as this car is like a rock, and the others car is like an egg
  8. Apparently, this is becoming a trend. Public humiliation of 'xiao san'. Watch the woman in black beat up the woman in blue who doesn't retaliate in any way.
  9. I witnessed a hit and run by a SMRT taxi in the carpark area of Tampines Blk 424 around 6.10 pm this evening (20 Sep). My car cam captured the SMRT reversing and hitting i think was a silver Chevy Cruze on the front right side. Car cam resolution was not good enough to see the license plate of the taxi. I wanted to give chase to the taxi but was too slow. Sorry to the bro whose car was hit. I have screen shot two photos of the taxi 'in action'. I think got case if lodge complaint with SMRT and ask them to check if any of their taxis was in the vicinity at that time...i think all taxis have GPS positioning and the companies would know the exact whereabouts right? Hope the photos help.
  10. I just realised Malaysia google map got street view now. It's so much better. Can view your road intersection, your hotel surroundings, the road sign, prominent buidlings, etc. Sorry if I'm slow to this discovery, only realised it planning for my next road trip. Last time was looking high and low for street view in Malaysia, but wasn't available at all.
  11. Rezorn86

    Street Fighter Singapore

    According from the uploader a street fight has happen outside The Cathay on 25 Oct 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=liAqT2wodBc
  12. Taxi kills man lying on Victoria Street Sep 29, 2014 6:00am 49 0 1 WhatsApp0 51 DEAD: Mr Zainudin Muhammad was seen arguing with an unknown woman before lying in the middle of the road. PHOTO: LIANHE WANBAO By: NG JUN SEN A 53-year-old man was killed by a taxi after he lay down in the middle of Victoria Street early on Sunday. Mr Zainudin Muhammad was earlier seen having a heated argument with an unknown woman in her 30s, witnesses said. After he lay down in the centre of the five-lane road at 3.15am, the taxi ran over him and dragged his body for about 20m before stopping near the traffic junction at Jalan Sultan. The woman was seen crying next to the victim's body but disappeared before the police arrived. The taxi driver was arrested for causing death by negligent act, a police spokesman said. Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 29. Subscribe to The New Paper, now available in print and digital, at http://bit.ly/tnpeshop. - See more at: http://www.tnp.sg/news/taxi-kills-man-man-lying-victoria-street#sthash.ASBfNa5P.dpuf
  13. hi, does anyone know whether there is any season parking available at this place? going there to work for about 1 year soon. are those road side coupon parking easily available, or need to go early? I am keen to find out the more affordable parking options there. thanks.
  14. Little_prince

    Street Fighter: Assassin

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99XiMYKsHl8 http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/05/19/the-official-street-fighter-assassins-fist-trailer-just-made-our-day%E3%80%90video%E3%80%91/ trailer looks damm good! i'm so looking forward to this! Porker sorry to disappoint! this has nothing to do with fisting despite the title
  15. hello any one can share if there are available lots on weekdays about 11am? Is M-Park @ Club Street carpark full by then? Thanks.
  16. S'pore street food trumps HK's: Blogger By Li Xueying The Straits Times Tuesday, Nov 05, 2013 Here's a pretty startling proposition for food lovers in two cities that pride themselves on their culinary delights: Singapore has better street food than Hong Kong. That's according to Mr K.C. Koo, one of Hong Kong's most prolific food bloggers and a critic, writer and food lover. "While Hong Kong's street food tradition has all but disappeared, Singapore has done a better job of preserving its hawker food," he argues. The 45-year-old, a regular newspaper columnist whose Facebook page has nearly 22,000 fans, drew that conclusion after writing a guide to Singapore's hawker food aimed at Hong Kong readers. The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) flew him to Singapore, where over three trips totalling 10 days, he ate his way through 85 stalls across the island - including wrestling with 10 pepper crabs at five different places. In the end, 58 stalls made it into his book, written in Chinese and launched last Tuesday. It showcases an eclectic collection that goes beyond big names to include places like Chye Kee Chwee Kueh in MacPherson, Satay Sejati at Haig Road and Fu Ming carrot cake in Redhill. STB hopes it will entice younger Hong Kongers, especially professionals, to visit Singapore and go off the beaten track for culinary discoveries. Singapore has traditionally been more attractive to Hong Kong families. Last year, it received 470,000 Hong Kong visitors, the 10th largest group. Said STB's regional director (Greater China), Mr Edward Chew: "Food is a big motivator for Hong Kongers to travel - they spend 50 per cent more of their budget on food compared with other travellers." Mr Koo, a former finance professional who began reviewing food 11 years ago, said he tailored his guide to suit Hong Kongers' taste buds. For instance, while Singaporeans place a premium on the sambal in nasi lemak or the chilli sauce accompanying chicken rice, these condiments matter less to Hong Kongers, he said. So his listings for nasi lemak include more Chinese stalls offering a wider array of side dishes. He said that since his first visit to Singapore in 1999, he has found that the quality of hawker food has been consistent. Take a bowl of prawn noodles, for example. "When you return to the stall, the ingredients, the way they are put together, are the same," he said. He even thinks the seafood in Singapore tastes fresher than that in Hong Kong, where a well done steamed fish is prized in Cantonese cuisine. "Whether it's crabs or curry fish head or fish slices, the seafood in Singapore is fresher - it's obvious from the taste and texture," he said. He thinks it may be because Singapore gets its seafood from nearby waters whereas Hong Kong imports from around the world. Asked what was his favourite from everything he sampled, he said it was the pepper crab at JB Ah Meng in Geylang. "It's gorgeous," he said. But is he saying all these nice things about Singapore food because he was sponsored by Singapore's tourism board? He said: "I'm a food critic. It is important to preserve the integrity of our name." He did note some areas where Singapore has slipped. He detected the use of frozen meat in chicken rice, and felt that took away some of the flavour. It is a problem in Hong Kong too, he said. - See more at: http://www.soshiok.com/content/spore-street-food-trumps-hks-blogger#sthash.rBJ4fkTX.dpuf
  17. LiuDeHua

    Wolf Of Wall Street

    Good movie lasting 3 hours. Streaming site as below. http://www.movie2kto.me/watch-movies/The_Wolf_of_Wall_Street__2013/10697 Praise me if you like it.
  18. Recently this little friendly battle was shared around Facebook and it caught our attention. It is not everyday that we get to see supercars battle on the streets. Or rather we don’t even get to see our local supercars stretch their legs because there is nowhere for them to do it here. Not that we condone street racing... The Lamborghini Aventador in the video leading the chase is nicknamed "Pandaventador" and it seems to have quite a decent following in Malaysia. With probably more than 700bhp sent to all four wheels, it easily leaves the Nissan GT-R behind with its immense acceleration. Heavy traffic? Not an issue with the Aventador as the driver weaves in and out of traffic at breakneck speeds. At one point during the chase, the GT-R's in-car camera recorded speeds of more than 200km/h. http://dai.ly/x156rq2 At the end of the video, the GT-R is seen catching up with a Ferrari 430 Scuderia. Part 2 anyone?
  19. I am seriously considering either of these 2 minis. Tomorrow is the last day of $10k discount. Any thoughts? Are minis worth their $? Test driven both of tem today. Drives like on rails and like go carts. Thanks.
  20. Duckduck

    Crazy street in China

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=4878735141236 hope none of these guys make up our future 6.9M... WTF is wrong w them?
  21. The Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) gantries at Nicoll Highway and Crawford Street will be relocated in April, as part of changes to the Bugis-Marina Centre cordon. The existing gantry at Republic Boulevard will be removed. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) said on Wednesday that motorists who access East Coast Parkway via Nicoll Highway won't have to pay ERP charges at the Bugis-Marina Centre cordon. Works to relocate the gantries will begin from Thursday and are expected to be completed by mid-April. During this period, motorists will see two separate ERP gantries at the two locations. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin.../.html?cid=FBSG
  22. Just win two return tickets for 2 to hk..... Thru some lucky draw. Anyone know street value? Also if go hk... Do wat?
  23. You know, asking for directions is inevitable if you are driving around a place you aren't that familiar with. Unfortunately, doing it over and over again may somehow become quite an annoyance and it'll feel tiring, too. This is probably why street signs were built in the first place. However, street signs are not always easy to read, especially if you are driving at night. In order to see what is written on a street sign at night, it is often the case that drivers have to slow down their car or even pull over and take a close look at the sign. Nevertheless, thanks to the evolution of digital technologies these days, drivers may no longer have to deal with such cases as mentioned earlier. This is especially true if the countries in the world finally start using 'Points'. It's a digital street sign developed by Breakfast Products. It took the company no less than three years to be able to build such an impressive device. Yet, the result is, well, quite impressive indeed if the sign works just as it's advertised. 'Points' has a pole that is about as tall as a human being where it displays a five-segment interface menu. This menu is continuously updated by utilising an internet connection. This digital street sign fetches data from a number of onboard sensors in addition to social networks such as Foursquare, Twitter, and even RSS feeds, among others. Then, based on the data, 'Points' will display information on its three directional arms. Seeing the directional arms in motion, I believe some of you may wonder if the electrical wires inside them will be tangled. Well, as Breakfast Products takes advantage of rotary electrical interfaces and micro transmissions (consisting of 11 gears as well as multiple motors), tangled wires are really nothing to worry about in the case of 'Points'. As a matter of fact, the arms can swing smoothly up to 360 degrees regardless of how bad the temperature or weather may be at any given time. Additionally, this digital street sign also uses a processor which can remain cool most of the time, preventing the power from being drained quickly. Oh yeah, did I mention that 'Points' is mostly made of aluminium? Aluminium is chosen for the sake of durability and strength in a diverse set of environments. Earlier, I mentioned that drivers would possibly no longer have to slow down or pull over to read street signs, didn't I? Well, this is very possible because 'Points' utilises over 16,000 ultra-efficient and super bright LEDs. So, even during the night, you'll be able to clearly see what's displayed on this particular digital street sign. Although 'Points' is made in America, hopefully it makes its way here to Singapore as well.
  24. The video you're about to see was filmed in this year's Stockholm Open, last weekend. Lot's of speed, lot's of smoke and burnt rubber are for free! The cup was won by a blown Camaro which faced off against another Camaro. The winner received a trophy and bragging rights until next year's run. So until then enjoy!
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