The Blue Moon Cafe is a quiet little spot inside of Stamford House, off of Hill Street, in Singapore. It is very conveniently located, within a couple of minutes' walking distance from City Hall MRT Station. And the style of the place is pretty cool too. It's just the sort of spot I like to settle down for a quiet afternoon, with a good cup of tea, and a good book at hand.
I like the food at the Blue Moon pretty well, and really enjoy some of the selections of tea. But, for me, the highlight there is the bookshelf. It's a bookcrossing shelf, so readers can leave old books there for others to take, or can pick up new (ok, used) books -- Free! I recently picked up a great find there, John Costello's Science Fiction Films, and have been enjoying it very much.
The Blue Moon serves as something of a headquarters for Bookcrossers in Singapore. The local bookcrossing bunch meets up there once a month. I've not actually been able to make it to a meeting yet (it seems I am always traveling), but I have left some books at The Blue Moon, and have picked some up too.
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