Chinatown Singapore and my personalized Chinese stamp

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I have always loved sending snail mail, birthday cards and “just because” notes. One of the things I have always wanted to acquire was a unique stamp of sorts, something to give my mail a bit of bling, if you will.

Enter the Long Yan Tan International Tea Trading shop in Chinatown, Singapore.

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Result? A really awesome keepsake!!

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Want an envelope bearing this cool symbol/design?  Let me know in the comments and I’ll mail you a “just because” card  :)

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  1. Mari Angela Ladlad says

    Hi just want to know how much you paid for the customized seal? Thank you so much!

    -Angela Ladlad

  2. DorROthy says

    Just went by to Chinatown today and although i couldn’t find this exact store there are plenty of other shops who do seal/stamp engravings now:) I got mine for SGD$25 but the price ranges depending on the size. Just come out from the train station and there are a line of shops selling them and you can customise it and collect it within 10 mins max.

  3. SereneVanessa Liang says

    We’re interested in your chinese art name chop and would like to make this for our company gift for our colleagues. Do you mind to leave down your contact no and your address for further discussion.

    Thank you. :-)

    Above are my email address.

    • says

      Serene, the shop is located in Chinatown, but I’m sorry I don’t have the contact information, except that it is the Long Yan Tan International Tea House. Good luck!

  4. says

    Wait. I just got a beautiful card from you…

    BUT…

    Why didn’t I see your cool stamp? Whaaaaat?

    {Maybe it hadn’t arrived yet?}

    Am working on writing back to you. So much going on, and I’m a little overwhelmed.

  5. says

    I loved my “just because” card…but I’m curious if your stamp has any significant meaning (I can’t tell from the photos if it was based on a certain word/phrase).

  6. Emily says

    That is a fantastic (and practical!) keepsake from your time in Singapore! Definitely bookmarking this post so I can add Long Yan Tan to my list for my next visit!

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