Sunday, July 2, 2017

National Gallery Singapore: Children's Biennale

Yay, we were heading out on Sunday again.
Since we have slightly longer time spent together today, we decided to go for outing. I like it when we are able to spend more time together.

I started to feel hungry as I only have some light bites for lunch. We went to 4Fingers at Marina Square and ordered a 6 pieces wings combo meal at $10.95 for sharing. It's already 4.30pm so we didn't want to have something heavy.

The crispy chicken wings has a crunchy skin and succulent meat.

We passed by National Gallery Singapore, a beautiful colonial-looking museum that housed collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Having passed by the museum for a couple of times, I have never stepped foot into the museum. So we decided to check out the exhibition in National Gallery Singapore.

Yayoi Kusama's exhibition going on, that explained why the museum was packed with people. We didn't went for Yayoi Kusama's exhibition because it was already 5 plus and the museum will closed at 7pm, so we just hang around and visit some of the quick exhibition. 

Don't sure what did I done wrong, I was lock up in the cell.
Repent of all I did.

See what see?
Never see people in jail before is it?

Children's Biennale

The exhibition for the young and young at heart. This is a collaboration between Yayoi Kusama and Queensland Art Gallery. This place is great for nice pictures and OOTD. The room was decorated with colourful stickers that created the polka dots theme.

The polka dots created a fun vibes to the room, every corner of the room was a perfect background for photo taking.

Leaving our footsteps behind.

Even the furniture was decorated in polka dots, a diversify colour in the room that brings out the creativity. It is definitely worth visiting just for the pictures.

Polka dots love.

Our polka dots journey ended, it was a great evening for us.
Time to head for dinner.

We went back to my neighbourhood hawker centre for dinner, having our favourite avocado milkshake and Hokkien mee.

I love to spend my Sunday like that. Hope more will come.

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