Original or Oreo cheesecake, all are delicious. (Below right) The pan-fried chicken is surprisingly good.
Bubble tea and deserts at 茶社 Chatto (GPS 1.478306, 103.766924).
“Chatto – Handcrafted Tea Bar”has some house brand, example 灰灰的又怎样, a grey oolong tea. We still prefer the unhealthy brown sugar tea :p
(bottom right) The 鲷鱼烧 (Croissant Taiyaki) fish-like snack is sweet and delicious, very addictive. Crispy with sugar coating on the outside, but the ingredients (can be chocolate or ham/cheese) simply melts in our mouth.
Time to head back. Our train is waiting for us.
Estimated 10min walk or 650m from R&F Mall back to CIQ.
We are sheltered from rain and sun.
Just follow the bridge and walk back to CIQ. Surprisingly, this path is not yet mapped on Google Map. I wonder why?
Just walk towards the Green building.
As you walk along the bridge, some sights look familiar. (Below-left) The low-rise blocks house Hwa Mei Bak Ku Teh.
(Below-right) Those driving or taking buses will identify with the “merging” lane for cars and buses on the overhead highway.
If you have time to spare, City Square has more food and shop options.
We caught the 1630 train, easy and fuss-free, no jams. We can see R&F mall out of the train window.
This is our 3D2N itinerary around CIQ, we hope you will have Fun exploring more of JB too. If possible, book the train tickets in advance as they sold out fast (especially weekends).