What to get up to this weekend

Weekend fun

  • 19.11.2021

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Welcome to the new normal. That is, if you’re vaccinated. Now that dining restrictions have eased, it’s safe to say that there’s plenty of family meals and outings coming up. To spice up your weekend, we’ve gathered some things that you can do. This week, head down to the experience Porsche’s Third Generation Macan, Indulge in some buffet, and more.

LISTEN | The new track from JJ Lin and Gentle Bones

Have a lazy morning this weekend and unwind to the most epic collaboration between two beloved Singaporean singer-songwriters: JJ Lin and Gentle Bones. The new track is titled At Least I Had You, and serves as Gentle Bones’ final collaboration of the year. The local artists question our existence in a world filled with confusion and insecurities within the track, but also sing of gratitude and heartfelt in thanks for all the things they hold precious in their hearts. So hey, if this week’s been a tough one, maybe try listening to this song — it may just be that ray of hope you needed.

Pre-save the song here.

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EXPERIENCE | The Dare Forward Macan Experience

Calling all car enthusiasts. Head on over to Dempsey this week to experience Porsche’s Third Generation Macan. Expect a walk- through circling the new model, while also garnering an opportunity to get behind the wheels of the all-new Macan for a test drive. And because you wouldn’t want to forget such an awesome experience, you can take home a personalised leather car key holder to remember it by. It’s available till 21 Nov only, and it’s a first-come, first-serve event, so you may want to head over early to claim a spot!

Macan Experience @ Pantry, Dempsey, 16A Dempsey Rd, 9am – 8pm
Click here for more information.

EXPERIENCE | Kaws: Holiday Singapore

After much anticipation, the Kaws: Holiday installation is finally open to the public. The 42m-long inflatable will be available for viewing (and of course, an mandatory Instagram snap) at The Float @ Marina Bay. You might want to avoid sitting on the grass though, because after the slate of rainy weather we’ve been having lately, we have it on good authority that the grass can get a little water-logged. But don’t let that be a deterrent, as it may be one of the last times you get to wander around the floating platform. It’ll be demolished next year to make way for the newest NDP venue: NS Square. 

The Float @ Marina Bay

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CULTURE | Singapore Clay Festival

If you’ve always wanted to try your hand at ceramics, this may be your chance. Singapore Clay Festival will be happening from 19 to 29 November. You can now can register for workshops like handbuilding, or masterclasses about throwing up until 22 November. If you’re more of an observer, there will be a creative ceramics exhibition starting on the 25 until the 29. Slots run out quickly though, so make sure to book your spot soon!

Click here for more information.

FEAST | Beach Road Kitchen

There’s something about free-flow food  that just appeals to our Singaporean mindsets. So when buffets started to dwindle due to the pandemic, it left a gaping hole in our hearts. But Beach Road Kitchen is bringing those buffet lines back with its festive Chefs-on-Show Buffet starting this Saturday. So indulge yourself with buffet icons like seafood on ice, and varieties of meat prepared fresh upon order. 

Click here for more information and to make your reservations.

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