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9 things to eat, see and do this weekend (Aug 28-30)

To eat

1. Party till late with premium martinis


The Exchange will kick off its first ever Elite Friday with hot club tracks spun by popular female DJs Jade Rasif and DJ Reiko, as well as house pour spirits, San Miguel beers and an exclusive selection of very unique home-infused Stoli Premium Vodka martinis all concocted by mainstay cocktail charmer, Thina, all on “doubles bar” (your second drink free) till 1am.

More information here.

2. Have a Spanish feast at One Rochester Park


This ticketed one-night-only event will see the garden at One Rochester Park come to life with live music and sumptuous food stations featuring UNA’s fabulous specialty dishes, including parilla, assorted tapas and plenty of seafood. Not to be forgotten of course, is a giant simmering pan of UNA’s famous Paella, filled with rice, chicken, seafood and other seasonal ingredients, all cooked in the mouth-watering Spanish flavours saffron, paprika and a secret broth.
More information here.


3. Drink up with the world’s most exciting cities


Embark on an unprecedented journey of discovery to six of the world’s most exciting cities — Los Angeles, Madrid, Mexico City, Seoul, Tokyo and Singapore — in one memorable night! Come down to Chijmes and enjoy exciting live performances from ‘Mariachi Nuevo Estilo’, the Mariachi band from America’s Got Talent fame, to Flamenco dancers and acclaimed DJ Cristian Varela from Madrid amongst others. Guests can also enjoy Limited City Edition Heineken Bottles at participating bars and restaurants.

More information here.

To see

1. Watch cute little people ‘tear down’ the National Museum

Certainly one of the main highlights of the Singapore Night Festival this year is the group of little Anooki fooling around on the facade of the National Museum! Watch the world’s smallest inuits have fun in this adorable projection animation. Optional add-ons: Salted egg fries and durian creme brulee from the Festival Village just opposite this light display.

More information here.

2. Support this Texan DJ duo before its charity run


Right smack in the middle of their Asia Tour, chart-topping DJ duo Tritonal will be running in the Glow Stick 5K marathon started by US hero Taylor Morris. You can support them by partying it up at their performance, and by funding their runs throughout Asia and North America.

More information here.

3. Meet the stars of MasterChef Asia

Popular cooking show MasterChef has come to Asia, and you can meet the contestants and judges of the show at this Meet & Greet session. You will even get to see and snap pictures of the iconic MasterChef Kitchen!

Related: These chefs are representing Singapore on MasterChef Asia. Will they rise to the top?

More information here.

To do

1. Break a record with Li Nan Xing and Constance Song

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MU’s celebrity ambassadors Li Nan Xing and Constance Song will grace this record-breaking event where hundreds of participants will do a face lifting challenge together in one place!

You can join in and be part of the new record for the Singapore Book of Records, or simply witness the show from the sidelines. The event will take place on Aug 29, Sunday, 2pm at Jurong Point Centre Stage.

2. Build terrariums out of BRAND’S bottles

Enjoy the exciting line-up of exciting activities at this charity event! Children can enroll in fun workshops to paint Brand’s bottles, or transform them into mini terrariums. You can personalise your very own Brand’s bottle as a keepsake, and stand a chance to walk away with prizes too! Proceeds made from the event will be donated to the World Vision International.

More information here.

3. Sign up for a 24-hour Trainathon

Puma has launched the 24-hour Trainathon series! In teams of four, you must work together for 24 hours to complete challenges that will test your strength and endurance. The grand prize? S$1000 cash, S$1000 worth of Puma merchandise and a paid trip to Hong Kong to compete in the Trainathon finale on Sep 19. Do you and your buddies have what it takes to be Asia’s most ignited team?

More information here.

By Samantha Francis and Pamela Chow