We ordered the Fuku set each which is the chef’s selection of Amuse Bouche, Appetiser, Clear Soup, Sashimi, Grilled Course, Tomezara, Sushi, Miso Soup and Dessert. We also there in the grilled cod with miso and the grilled scallop. With the Fuku set, we were at the mercy of the chef as we sat and chatted away about anything and everything. The dinner menu of Keyaki can be downloaded here.
On 17 January 2016, I was an excited little kid. It was a beautiful day in Singapore and I had my DJI Mavic Pro for about a week and a half but have not flown it yet. I brought it over to Singapore from Melbourne so it could make its maiden flight in my home country. It was so much more portable than the last one I had – DJI Phantom 4! I was impressed with how compact it is!
What made it more excitable was that my parents and Cameron were there to watch it take off! At MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Dad was particularly excited as well, and he was also impressed by the speed it went and the distance it covered. Here are some of the shots and videos. It’s a pity that my polarised lens did not arrive in time…
At the Ling Family home, we managed to sneak the DJI Mavic Pro out between the frequent rain showers. What a fun family shoot! Never seen the house that I grew up in from the top view. Even the cul-de-sac at the front of the house looks so nice. That tree, which my dad really dislike looks pretty cool from above!
One day last week, Cam and I woke up early to catch the Singapore sunrise. We grabbed our DJI Phantom 4 and went to the back to Marina Barrage to fly it. We wanted to catch the sunrise and also have lesser people around to annoy us. Also, a sleepy Singapore would be a nice shot to capture. It’s been a while since we have seen a good Singapore sunrise… and we were not disappointed! Sunrise in Singapore was beautiful. Just take a look at some of the photo and video footage below!