A Brazilian restaurant called Brazil Churrasco (a meat buffet where different types of meat are brought to your table) is a cool hideaway in this green pocket called Gillman Village that has a sleepy colonial charm. Official address: 5 Lock Road, Gillman Village.
An Indonesian teak chair left to the elements on a rooftop. Below, in the building next to it, is an Indonesian teak furniture shop. The old world teak furniture are reasonably priced alternatives to modern furniture and quite popular with both locals and expatriates.
An old steel footbridge leading to Gillman Village, a little enclave of greenery in central Singapore.
Gateway to Villa Frangipani, a bar and restaurant that recreates a Balinese setting and ambience.
This building (currently a food court) in Gillman Village is a colonial legacy and was also a former army barracks of Singapore's armed forces. In 1942, allied soldiers fought off a Japanese division on this site.
Final glance at Villa Frangipani's lush garden setting. This was where where I took pictures of flowers in yesterday's post.
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