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9 things to eat, see and do this weekend (Nov 20-22)

Say goodbye to boring weekends with our weekend guide!

To eat

1. Burgers from a pop-up food truck


Celebrate the weekend by digging into some scrumptious burgers. Potato Head Folk will be embarking on a three-day food truck adventure with Kerbside Gourmet where they’ll be serving their signature Three Buns burgers at Central Business District.

The menu will feature their signature burgers like Baby Huey, Da Cheese Master JNR as well as sides like Baby Naughty Fries.

More information here.

2. Treat yourself to ice cream and (possibly) win a staycation


Whether you’re a chocoholic or not, here’s a sweet deal to make your day.

Stand a chance to win a 2D1N stay at the luxurious Treetop Lofts at Resorts World Sentosa with a purchase of any two Magnum Mini/multipack from now till the end of December.

P.S. Don’t forget to try the Magnum Infinity Mini which contains twice the cocoa intensity of a Magnum Classic — perfect for chocolate lovers.

Step 1: Purchase any two Magnum Minis/Multipacks

Step 2: Send an SMS to 73333 with the keywords PLEASURE WHENEVER <space> RECEIPT NO <space> NAME <space> NRIC

Step 3: Present original receipt for verification upon prize redemption

*Winners will be notified via SMS

3. Celebrate truffle season

Pasta with Truffle

We’re bidding farewell to hairy crabs and embracing the truffle season. From now till end December, enjoy white Alba truffles at Zafferano’s —  exclusively available during lunch, dinner and at the Zafferano brunch.

Indulge in specially crafted white truffle dishes by Chef Marco Guccio including the sautéed Italian ‘porcini’ mushroom, poached egg and ‘Robiola three milk’ fondue.
More information here.

To see

1. Epik High performing ‘live’

Popular South Korean hip-hop band Epik High will headline the Skechers Sundown Festival this weekend, so if you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, there’s still time. Epik High will be joining Thailand’s ‘Potato’, Japan’s ‘Inkt’, Singapore’s ‘Caracal’ and Indonesia’s ‘J-Rocks’ at the festival.

More information here.

2. SpongeBob Squarepant’s nautical antics

Fans of SpongeBob Squarepants, especially the little ones, will enjoy City Square Mall’s City Green park, which has been transformed into an outdoor Spongebob playland. Take photos in SpongeBob’s Pineapple House, jump into SpongeBob’s Super Bouncer for inflatable fun, and play exciting mini-games at both the Chum Bucket and Krusty Krab activity stations.

More information here.

3. The Indian Festival of the Arts

Gain a deeper appreciation of the Indian culture and its art forms at the Kalaa Utsavam, Indian Festival of Arts. It is the only festival in the region with a line-up that presents different Indian art forms including dance, music and theatre, in classical and contemporary interpretations.

More information here.

To do

1. Get tickets for the “last” ZoukOut ever (at Jiak Kim)

Our sincerest apologies if the subhead caused some panic among Zouk fans. Worry not, this won’t be the last ZoukOut.

Nonetheless, ZoukOut 2015 is the final instalment that would be organised from its current headquarters at Jiak Kim Street before the 24-year-old superclub makes the big move to its new premises at Clarke Quay next year.

Also read: Why you should be at ZoukOut 2015

2. Check out the new Pororo Park

Weekender visited the newly-opened Pororo Park recently with our little ones in tow, and had a whale of a time. The Shark Ball Pool and Poby’s Jungle Gym are must-tries! For our review of the Park, click the link below.

More information here.

3. Try out these crazy fun family activities

As we enter the end-of-year holidays and the kids are raring to head out for some fun, a new set of unique events specially for kids has popped up. Fill up your family’s holiday calendar with these interesting kids’ activities, from a sleep-themed carnival to a Mickey musical!

More information here.

By Pamela Chow and Samantha Francis