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Singapore Ice Kachang (shaved-ice)  THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod.com

Singapore Ice Kachang (shaved-ice) THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod.com

Ice kachang - local dessert. http://bondingtool.wordpress.com/2013/03/31/singapores-street-food/

Singapore’s Street Food – Pasir Panjang Food Centre

Ice kachang - local dessert. http://bondingtool.wordpress.com/2013/03/31/singapores-street-food/

Ais kacang....a dessert that comes in bright colour ingredients ranging from red beans, sweet corn, grass jelly, attap chee(palm seed), cendol, nata de coco and nuts with a final topping of condensed milk, drizzled over the mountain of shaved ice along with red rose syrup and brown sugar syrup:)

Ais kacang....a dessert that comes in bright colour ingredients ranging from red beans, sweet corn, grass jelly, attap chee(palm seed), cendol, nata de coco and nuts with a final topping of condensed milk, drizzled over the mountain of shaved ice along with red rose syrup and brown sugar syrup:)

Ice Kachang – Singapore style snow.   THE LIBYAN  Esther Kofod  www.estherkofod.com

Ice Kachang – Singapore style snow. THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod.com

ICE BALL, an old Singapore street dessert, sometimes drizzled with evaporated milk.  THE LIBYAN  Esther Kofod  www.estherkofod.com

ICE BALL, an old Singapore street dessert, sometimes drizzled with evaporated milk. THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod.com

Chin Chow or Grass Jelly Drink                        THE LIBYAN                                                    Esther Kofod                                                   www.estherkofod.com

Chin Chow or Grass Jelly Drink THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod.com

The good old machine for Ice Kachang. Always cools us after some hot days or sports.

The good old machine for Ice Kachang. Always cools us after some hot days or sports.

Source:  Paul Kuah‎'s post in Facebook "On a little street in Singapore" on March 1, 2015.   "A true Singapore icon. The same since 1935 to this very day and even exported worldwide! Many know remember this as the red syrup on ice balls in the 1950-60's and ice kacang of today but most will know it as the base syrup for 'bandung' when mixed with evaporated milk."

Source: Paul Kuah‎'s post in Facebook "On a little street in Singapore" on March 1, 2015. "A true Singapore icon. The same since 1935 to this very day and even exported worldwide! Many know remember this as the red syrup on ice balls in the 1950-60's and ice kacang of today but most will know it as the base syrup for 'bandung' when mixed with evaporated milk."

Es Cendol - those green stuff are NOT worms. They're made out of flours! This drink is one of Indonesian famous beverages! <3

Es Cendol - those green stuff are NOT worms. They're made out of flours! This drink is one of Indonesian famous beverages! <3

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