|Famous Mustafa Centre|
The crowd was huge, mostly Indian. There are some Chinese, Malay, "white people" (foreigner as well, I think, do not understand what they are saying...), middle east, etc...But really trust me, the crowd was huge, (I didn't manage to take a photo in the shopping mall because worry will get caught). The feeling is like shopping in Sungai Wang (for Malaysia), the stall is every where, you do not know what to expect around the corner although they did organized by categories. But it is simply too many things and too small place. The walk way is very small, and the goods are all around. You cannot see the exit if there is an emergency.
The money changer is located at the ground floor. Since I have some time, I try to walk around. I try to find another money changer to compare price. After a while, I a bit lost inside the Mustafa Centre, I ended up coming out from the Serangoon Plaza (actually the two malls are linked). I managed to located another money changer beside Mustafa, but the rate is worse than it (about 0.002 cent).
I changed my money and goes off. I would not enjoy shopping here although the prie may be cheaper. There are jewellry, watches, clothes, souvenirs, foods, electrical appliances, etc. But it is too clamp. I do not like the atmosphere.
I went out and heading to the City Square Mall near by and meet my friend to have a drink. The weather in Singapore is just too hot. You sweat a lot when you walk from place to place (Malaysia, you just need to drive and park in the basement car park...).
|Deepavali Decoration along the road|
|City Square Mall|