Chinese New Year (2)
Pictures taken at Chinatown 牛车水
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Divina: Thanks! Do you have chayote in Philippine?
Shirley, Yasmeen, Sanjana: Thank you for all your nice words!
Beautiful pictures, Anncoo! Thank you for sharing them. Hope you had a wonderful new year!
Beautiful! Especially love those pretty clogs 😀
How colourful! I've never seen chayote so huge! Thank you for sharing.
Lovely photos you have there. The chayotes are very unique. It's my first time to see it like that.
Faithy: I took these pictures around noon time to avoid the crowd.
wonderful photos! very vibrant! you know i've not really step into Chinatown during CNY….i'm terrified of the crowded places! LOL!
Beachlover & Mary: Oh..sorry. Hope you can come back soon 🙂
Murasaki: Sorry about it :)) And thanks!
Heavenly Housewife, Rebecca, Mimi, Preety: Thanks !!
Great pictures, so colorful and festive.
wow great snaps so vibrant in color love it
Look at all those colours, it all looks so pretty 🙂
This is the 3rd time I've tried to post a comment. Something keeps going wrong so I'll keep it short:
Love the photos!
Oh…how I miss all those Chinese New Year atmosphere back hoome!!
beautiful and colorful photos! looking at these photos make me home sick!!
Zurin, Faith, Sook, Angie : I love those clogs too. Bought a pair last year and These clogs are from Vietnam.
Rachel: Oh you're back. Can't wait to see your upcoming posts. How is your trip, must be an enjoyable one.
Trendsetters: Thank you and welcome to my blog 😉
Hi Yee Er, So you're from Singapore! Please visit often.
Katy: Call me when you're here..;DD
Petite Nyonya: You can always come back after all we're so near.
Sze Sze: 新年快乐！新年还几天才过完呢。
Tuty & Hungry tummies: Yes this is Buddha hand 佛瓜手 and like Kenny said its look different from China.
I want that madarin tree!
Ａnn I think Cayotes is 佛手瓜 ，this is 佛掌 or Corsican citron we have both of them in Cameron highlands 🙂
It seems to me that the fruit that you labeled chayote is actually Buddha hands. A type of citrus. Correct me if I am wrong, please.
Happy Chinese New Year!
wow those r some gorgeous colors, loved all the pics!
Okay, so those shoes are so pretty!! 🙂
these lively cny pictures are making me miss singapore so VERY much! the chinatown there is so vibrantly colorful & i love it! places like chinatown are more centralized in s'pore wherelse it's more scattered here in M'sia, thus have to go a few different places to buy cny stuff.
Oooooh, how I wish I could be with you to take in all these glorious sights. As my niece said when she was a wee girl, "fill up my eyes!"
Anncoo, i love all the phots, especially the clogs. Happy New Year
Your pics make me homesick. Me really miss those days celebrating CNY in homeland
Gorgeous pictures, Anncoo! I especially love those adorable clogs!
Hi dear, i am back.. hehe…How is your new year?
Can feel from your pictures that Lunar New Year and Valentines comes together brings more joy to this festive..^^
It's so beautifull and 'dépaysant', thank you !
i love the lanterns and the sandals…pretty colours!!!
Hi Kenny: The one you saw I think was from Malaysia.
Olive: Thanks! Happy Lunar New to you too!
beautiful pictures Anncoo, so colorful! 🙂 Happy Chinese New Year to you and your family 🙂
Those chayotes look different from the ones here in HK