After karaoke for RM1 at Red Box with dearest Hueisean, we went to watch Rapunzel at Prangin Mall, then we were out of the mall. I didn’t want to go back home, so I drove to Armenian Street to take a walk. Actually, my intention was just to check out where is the many-people-talkabout’s Amelie’s Cafe is located at.
Armenian Street is a short street full with pre-war buildings and very heritage looking. The well-known symbol to me are the Chinese temple and Edelwiss Swiss Restaurant.
Only until recently, I read many blogs and found out the existing of Amelie’s Cafe. A very little cafe on the shophouses and with a very vintage and heritage design. Really like it.
I just passed by the place, and walked for a while because it was drizzling and I had my lunch not long ago only.
Then I visited an antique museum shop. Inside has many antiques from the olden days and I felt they are pretty cool.
There’s a French woman chatting out there and selling fruit juices and have some French croissant for sale. Unfortunately, I was not hungry. So I just took a walk in there, after that we hopped into our car and it started to rain heavily.
Home we went.