Things to do this weekend: Japanese bar with virtual waterfall, Wild Rice's musical about zodiac animals and more
Phase 3's been introduced — and so, more and more of our favourite eateries, bars, and attractions have opened up their doors to customers. With that being said, bigger events still remain on hold. Not to fret though. This week, dine in front of a virtual cascading waterfall in a Japanese bar, get your dose of cute and fluffy at the world's first Molang-themed pop-up cafe, and enjoy a musical experience at Wild Rice's newest production.
THEATRE I Wild Rice's musical The Amazing Celestial Rice
Chinese New Year is well and done, but if you find yourself still reeling from withdrawal symptoms (especially since, you know, work has resumed), Wild Rice has a theatre production to reignite the festive spirit in your souls. A family-friendly show, Wild Rice's latest musical The Amazing Celestial Race tells the fascinating tale of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals in their quest to emerge as champion in the legendary zodiac race. With songs, dance and witty humour, this musical comedy will leave you feeling lighthearted by the end of it, regardless of your age.
Available till 21 March at Funan Wild Rice Theatre. Find out more here.
CULTURE I Faith Beauty Love Hope exhibition at Asian Civilisation Musuem
If you didn't get enough me-time last weekend, (we get it, CNY festivities can be quite overwhelming) then relax and unwind as you get your cultural fix at the Asian Civilisation Musuem's Faith Beauty Love Hope – Our Stories, Your ACM exhibition, an introspective exhibition of special stories from the heart and imagination of staff and supporters of the museum. Gain insight about the artwork as you hop on a musuem tour that will reveal personal stories about the ACM community that spotlight the diverse network of passionate individuals behind the museum.
Available till 28 February at Asians Civilisation Musuem. Find out more here.
DINE I Taki Izayaka Bar
Yes, you can now go to Japan without having to leave Singapore. Cue Taki Izakaya Bar, an indoor dining establishment that will actually teleport you to the land of the rising sun thanks to its hyper-realistic virtual scenery. You'll also be able to enjoy your sushi
16 Collyer Quay, 01-05A B, Singapore 049318
EAT I Molang x Kumoya Pop-Up Cafe
It's a time of trepidation and uncertainty for us all, thus it's imperative that we get our dose of cute and fluffy to stay sane. Thankfully for us, we no longer have to travel to far-flung lands to lift our spirits — Kumoya will be launching the world's first Molang pop-up cafe in Bugis. The interior of the cafe is decorated with Molang, a cutesy cartoon bunny character, and follows a pastel theme. Have a cutesy tea party as you sink your teeth into colourful IG-worthy desserts and confectionery that will bring you on a massive sugar high.
Located at 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320
EXPERIENCE I Drive-through exhibition at Moo Moo Park
You've probably been to an exhibition before, but we bet you've never been to a drive-through exhibition. Thrill-seekers are sure to enjoy Asia's first ever drive-through exhibition, Moo Moo Park which features 3D Art displays and AR murals that come to life through your mobile screen. As promised, you'll be chauffeured around in a car that will drive you through the exhibits. Expect one-of-a-kind unique 3D art displays and sculptures, as well as AR murals to come to life in front of your very eyes with vibrant animations and sound effects. Not forgetting, of course, that the car ride will also be accompanied by an audio tour that will shed greater insights behind each artwork.
Available till 28 March. Located at here. . Find out more