Every year she will receive a S$50 worth of birthday dining vouchers from Raffles Marina Country Club.
I was invited to spend the voucher with her. The rest were not interested cos it was too far west for them …
I remembered the very 1st time I came here was through a get-together organised by the employment agency I had used for sourcing my very 1st job after graduation.
And now I was here again with someone who had the membership with them 😉
We reached after about 25mins bus ride from Jurong Point bus terminal. I wondered when was the late time I took a non-aircon bus.
We had a stroll around the place with BS acting as the ‘tour guide’ of the day.
Time for lunch! There are chinese restaurant and bistro to choose from. I preferred the alfresco restaurant overlooking the waterfront with feel of sea breeze … though it was quite hot and hazy then 😛
bistro shellfish chowder (S$7)
briyani chicken (S$16.80)
surf and turf (S$25)
mango juices (S$4.50) / ice lemon tea (S$4)
The prices were quite reasonable for a country club. Serving was big and yummy.
After S$50 less, we only had to pay S$16+. Great value huh! 😉
Our bus passed by this place as we headed towards RMCC, and so after my request, we hopped down for my new exploration 😛
Nothing much really, not even a shopping excitement. There are foodcourt, supermarket, and some small neighourhood shops which does help in catering daily necessities for the neighbourhood here.
Anyway there is a mega mall in the vicinity … namely the “Jurong Point”.
The sky changed from hot and hazy to heavy downpour with loud thunder drastically. We were trapped in the mall and ended up having something cold despites the already cold and wet weather 😛