When we went into the room, we were greeted by modern furnishings complete with a 42" Plasma TV. The room was inviting and the bed was really comfortable, one that you can just lay onto and probably won't want to get up unless hunger or nature calls! Ha ha ha...And even if nature calls, the two sliding glass doors are near enough for you to roll off the bed and straight into the bathroom section.
Heck, I could even stay in the bathroom for the night; it even had a its own small LCD TV on a rectangle mirror that you could swivel. Located next to the shower area and separated by the glass panel, you could even watch through the glass when one is showering though the sound might be drown out with the fantastic rain shower feature (mmm...It does feel like you are bathing under the rain, with privacy of course!). Or if one would prefer, one can soak in the comfortable long bath.
The view from the 25th floor was nice but marred by the haze. The skyline was barely visible. Luckily, we just intended to stay indoors to enjoy the room.
We then headed off for dinner around 7pm after lounging around in the room. We headed off to Chynna as mom needed rice, Zahara needed noodles (Mrs Pitt just needed to fill her stomach). As for me, I just needed food! LOL... Here are more shots of Chynna.
After a scrumptious dinner, we headed back to the room and laze around further. We chatted till mom was tired. They then started cleaning up to retire for the night. I looked out the window again, by this time, the haze was gone and I could see the lit up buildings.
So it was decided that when I come over to pick them up the next day, we would do dim sum lunch first. It was then time for me to go off after spending an enjoyable day there. Mrs Pitt wants to come back again! I'll be traveling for the next few days and probably won't have time to blog till Thursday night. So till then, remember, Live Life!
I think I've discovered the secret of life - you just hang around until you get used to it. ~ Charles Schulz