Five things to do this weekend: 27—29 May
LIFESTYLE | DBS Marina Regatta
Try your hand at standup paddling or whizz down a five-storey inflatable slide at the very first pop-up urban beach in Singapore. Even if you're not so much of an adrenaline junkie, the dulcet tunes of Inch Chua or jams of Stopgap while enjoying the evening breeze might just be up your alley. Soak up the rays of Singapore's eternal summer at the DBS Marina Regatta, with activities for the whole family.
28-29 May, 11am to 10pm at Promontory @ Marina Bay. For more details, click here.
PARTY | Zouk 25th Anniversary: The Silver Jubilee
With 25 years of good partying under Zouk's belt, what could be better than throwing an over the top party to celebrate? Look back upon memories littered in Phuture, Zouk and Velvet Underground and you might just find your throwback. Be in for a treat with the Zouk Allstars — past and present resident DJs inclusive of the CyberJapan Dancers, Maniam and Shigga Shay. The glitz and glamour is definitely on; watch the club come alive decked out in silver multiplicity.
28 May, 10pm till late at Zouk. For more details, click here.
POETRY | National Poetry Festival
Tap into the brain of Marc Nair — as we've done before — and indulge in the beauty of spoken word, along with the likes of Edwin Thumboo, Lily Teo and other budding new poets.
28 May, 5pm to 6.15pm at Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay. For more details, click here.
FILM | 5th French Animation Film Festival
If you have a love for animation films and all things French, immerse in the greatest classics of French animation films including the all time favourite Le Petit Prince.
27 to 29 May, at Alliance Française de Singapour. For more details, click here.
PARTY | Keong Siak Carnival
Curated by the good guys at Potato Head Folk, this inaugural carnival stretches from Keong Siak Road to Jiak Chuan Road featuring food and retail gazebos, art installations, amusement rides and performances from the likes of The Observatory and Vandetta.
28 May, 12noon to 10.30pm at Keong Siak Road. For more details, click here.
- Image: DBS Marina Regatta, Zouk, Costa Coffee, Marc Nair, Keong Siak Carnival
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