10 things to eat, see and do this long weekend

Unwilling to jostle with the crowds at the main SG50 events? Here are some alternative ideas for you to check out

To eat

1. Grab $10/bottle ice-cold beers at a pop-up bar

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Quench that summer thirst with ice cold beers and ciders from around the world, including Heineken Extra Cold draught, Singapore’s very own Tiger, Kirin from Japan, Guinness from Ireland, Estrella Damm and Estrella Inedit from Spain; Erdinger White and Erdinger Black from Germany; Budajovicky Budvar from the Czech Republic; Birra Morett from Italy; and Dos Equis XX from Mexico. The refreshing ciders include Sweden’s Rekorderlig and New Zealand’s Monteith’s Cider.

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The best thing? Each beer is going at $10 nett. All these, with exciting tapas from UNA’s award winning kitchen team. UNA’s Summer Pop-up World Beer Bar is open Mondays to Fridays from  5-8 pm.

Find out more here.

2. Indulge in local favourites at this SG50 buffet

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What better way to usher in the Golden Jubilee weekend than to do what we do best — indulge in local favourites, buffet style. From Aug 7 to 10, from 6pm to10:30pm, 21 on Rajah will be featuring 50 tantalising local dishes at their SG50 Dinner Buffet. Highlights include Assam Fish Curry, Ayam Buah Keluak, Deep fried Squid with Salted Egg Yolk, and the popular Grilled Chicken, Pork and Beef Satay. There will also a live station offering the restaurant’s signature Beer Marinated Crispy Pork Belly. Just what are you waiting for!

More details here.

3. Dine free! (if you’re an August baby)

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You’re in for a treat if you’re born in the month of August, just like our Little Red Dot. For the month of August, you’ll get to dine free as long as you’re accompanied by a paying adult. The attractive promotion allows the diner to pick scrumptious dishes from the ‘Pasta & Risotto’ and ‘Meat & Fish’ section of the menu. Enjoy signature seafood items such as lobster barley risotto, miso lobster, spicy crabmeat pasta and more. To enjoy this promotion, August babies will have to flash their ID upon ordering.

More details here.

To see

1. Explore the revealed contents of a time capsule from 1990

In December 1990, a time capsule was buried in front of the Empress Place building, meant to be opened this year. Get up-close to retro paraphernalia of our recent past, including development plans from the 1970s, public phone cards and even a poster of Ah Meng, ambassador for the Singapore Zoo.

Find out more information here.

Related: Free outdoor movies and late-night admission into National Museum of Singapore

2. Visit the exciting ArtScience exhibitions for free

ArtScience Museum is opening all its exhibitions for free this weekend! So you can catch (and even revisit) your favourite galleries, like the fun Dreamworks exhibition and the illuminating galleries of The Deep.

More information here.

3. See 3D nail art designed with Singapore landmarks

At the manicure booths at Singapore Botanic Gardens and Marina Barrage, look out for quirky 3D nail art designs of Singapore iconic landmarks as Changi Airport, Marina Bay Sands and Merlion. These SG50-inspired designs will be paraded by two models, who will be dressed in a specially designed costume inspired by the Singapore Flag.

The artists from beauty mobile app Vanitee are also offering express gel manicures inspired by Singapore flag colours. The express gel manicure will be complimentary at Singapore Botanic Gardens to commemorate it as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

More information here.

To do

1. Chomp your way through a food carnival

Rediscover your love for succulent home-cooked recipes at the #SgEatWithUs Celebrates By the Bay carnival. Located at the Waterfront Promenade, the carnival is open to public to enjoy a collection of unique home recipes as you enjoy the celebrations at the Bay. No entrance ticket is required, but to enjoy the home-cooked recipes a food card is required.

More information here.

2. Go ice-skating for free

The Rink at JCube is giving away free skating admission to all school students (worth $12 per child) and staff (worth $14 per adult)! For the month of August, the first 800 secondary school students and staff per day can enjoy free admission into the rink. Simply flash your student or staff pass and you’re good to go!

More information here.

3. Learn how to create greeting cards with local whimsies

Get your creative juices flowing on Faber Peak at a special paper craft workshop organised by home-grown talent Ang Ku Kueh Girl and Friends. Home to irresistibly chic stationery and whimsical craft wares, Ang Ku Kueh Girl and Friends will be teaching you and your little ones how to create a multi-fold greeting card with a unique Cable Car envelope.

More information here.

4. Grab all you can at H&M’s 50% flash sale

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When the clock strikes midnight on the night of Aug 6, the entire four-storey H&M Orchard Building store will be open to the largest flash sale in town! You’ll have 50 minutes to grab your favourite pieces at half the price. Customers will be welcomed on a first come first served basis until the store reaches full capacity.

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