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Any Shisha smokers here?

Postby ramondo79 » Wed, 05 Jul 2006 12:04 am

Visited this Shisha bar next to Rendevous Hotel wif one of my Dutch vendors today and tried Shisha (water pipe) for the first time and found that it is actually a very good method for de-stressing. Felt so relaxed especially after a hard day's work.

Juz wonderin whether there r other Shisha smokers here and where r some of the other good Shisha bars around town? Perhaps we can form a Shisha group & organise some Shisha sessions. :lol:

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Postby marj_kee » Wed, 05 Jul 2006 9:09 am

There's one at Beach Road/Arab Street area.

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Shisha?

Postby qatarbabe » Wed, 05 Jul 2006 12:13 pm

Just wondering if you guys knew the exact place (name) of where the shisha places are.

Its a wonderful alternative to smoking thou alot more detrimental to the lungs (i smoke it in the middle east) but who gives a damn.

At least the smoke won't irritate pple around ya coz it smells so damn nice!

Thanks!

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Postby hei guess what » Wed, 05 Jul 2006 1:03 pm

No I don't but I know where you can do it.

The cafes are mentioned in the article on Arabian Nights . . . at the bottom of the page
http://app.amed.sg/internet/amed/sporesmMidFlavor.asp

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Postby luvtea » Wed, 05 Jul 2006 2:07 pm

There's quite a few places doing so. Cafe Le caire at Arab Street is cheaper for their shisha. Quite a fair bit of variety. But it gets so busy at times that you've to keep bugging the waiter. I once tried the one at Clarke Quay but i think it closed down.

Kazbar, Ambrosia are some places you can find shisha but price wise, cafe le caire is better. But the atmosphere is more like a coffee shop, not bar kind of feel.
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Postby ramondo79 » Wed, 05 Jul 2006 11:08 pm

Cool!!! Wat r some of ur favourite flavors for Shisha. Well, I only tried the Strawberry one, heard tat apple was good.

U guyz interested in doin a Shisha session together? I can organise one if the response is good.

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Postby Gucci » Mon, 10 Jul 2006 6:26 pm

shld organise an outing!!

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Shisha is available in all countries

Postby jjmum » Tue, 11 Jul 2006 2:29 am

Where there is Arab population, shisha is available. We brought one to Dallas for a friend when we visitted and forgot to bring the special coal. Googling away for local supplies, dragged us to a supplier that carries the lots including a 4-pipes shisha. The idea is cute and sociable, you only buy one to share with 3 others but not hygienic and you don't get the best of it.

I suggest you a trip to Dubai in winter. The most beautiful time and place to enjoy it.


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