Things to get up to this weekend

Weekend fun

  • 26.10.2021

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Welcome to the new normal. That is, if you’re vaccinated. Now that dining out and heading to the gym is permissable, it’s safe to say that there’s plenty of exciting stuff coming up. To spice up your weekend, we’ve gathered some things that you can do both online or offline.

EXPERIENCE | Slurping Good!

As children, our parents used to tell us: “Don’t play with food.” Well, now there is a great excuse to do just that. Brought to us by Invade – the organisation behind Eatbox, a new instant noodle theme playground has popped up and it looks too fun to miss. The whimsical space includes a 1.7-metre tall cup noodle fixture, interactive games, claw machines, and more that are perfect for the gram.

Tekka Place, Annex Building, 2 Serangoon Rd, #01-51/52/53/54
Opening hours: 10am-10pm
here to buy tickets

FUN | Monoprint on Ceramics

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Pottery has been a real hit on social media over the last year, look at some TikTokers for example, they garner millions of views and likes just from revealing, painting, and glazing their art. Now, you can learn from one of the best in Singapore – Jason Lim. With many years and exhibitions under his belt as a ceramist, he will be teaching a stenciling technique on ceramic surfaces. Time to unleash that inner clay sculpting TikTok star.

STPI Gallery, 41 Robertson Quay
Opening hours: (Sun) 10am-12pm, 1-3pm
here to buy tickets

WATCH | Korean Film Festival

Calling out to those who missed the award-winning drama Minari earlier this year in cinemas, here is your chance to catch it one more time. Over the next two weeks, the Korean Film Festival will feature eight movies with physical screenings at Golden Village Suntec City and 30 classic titles on meWATCH, a video-on-demand streaming platform by Mediacorp and in partnership with Clover Films. This festival could not have come at a better time because Korean cinema has been rising up recently and giving Hollywood a run for their money.

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EAT | Mao Shan Wang Durian High Tea

Durian season is over… Or is it? Lovers of this pungent fruit need not fret, the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel is offering a dedicated afternoon tea set that highlights the goodness of the king of fruits. Feast on durian tarts, cakes, puddings, and more while chomping on savoury options such as crab cake sliders.

Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Road
For reservations, call 6831 4605

FUN | Murder at Old Changi Hospital

Let’s keep October a spooktacular month with a theatrical and thrilling escape room adventure. Murder at Old Changi Hospital revolves around the death of Farah – played by the hilarious Munah Bagharib. The audience gets to play the role of an investigator to help solve the mystery and journey through the hauntingly scary set. Put on your thinking caps and brace yourselves.

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