9 things to eat, see and do this weekend (Jan 22-24)

Say goodbye to boring weekends with our guide!

To eat/drink

1. Wine and canapés at a full moon party

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Due to its overwhelming success, Lewin Terrace’s popular Full Moon Party is now a permanent fixture in the restaurant’s calendar.

Come Jan 24, indulge in natural, bio-dynamic and biological wines from France, Italy and Australia alongside a selection of delectable canapés. The wines are made from 100% organic grapes, grown within an environment free of chemicals and GMOs, and typically harvested during a full moon.

More information here.

2. Kagoshima cuisine

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Enjoy exquisite cuisine from the Kagoshima Prefecture — sans air ticket. Simply head to Salt Grill and Sky Bar.

From 20th January to 21st February, savour the region’s best with the culinary creations of Head Chef Mathew Leighton and his team. Highlights from the special menu includes melt-in-your-mouth Wagyu beef, Sashimi of Kagoshima Buri, Kagoshima Kurobuta Pork Assiette and more.

More information here.

3. All-you-can-eat brunch

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The Sky High Brunch will be returning to CÉ LA VI on Jan 23, atop the iconic Marina Bay Sands.

Experience ‘Life at the Top’ with all-you-can-drink Veuve Clicquot Rosé as well as a range of classic cocktails. Highlights includes an indulgent buffet spread featuring oysters, freshly seared foie gras, pizzettas, gourmet wraps, truffles fries and more.

More information here.

To see

1. Singapore Art Week exhibitions around town

It’s the tail end of Singapore Art Week, and if you haven’t been able to catch the interesting exhibitions, this weekend is a good time.

Mix arty with party at Gillman Barracks’ Art After Dark, appreciate the photography of moving moments around the globe (here), view a local artist’s visually-stunning tactile works (here), see the artistic side of youth rebellion through skate culture at Bo(a)rdered and even brush up on our National Language at the newly-opened National Gallery.

More information in Singapore Art Week here.

2. Hilarious theatre treats for kids

Families with young children can also enjoy art and musicals at KidsFest 2016. This year, old favourites like “The Gruffalo” and “Room on the Broom” return, as well as new shows like “Little Red Riding Hood” and the hilarious “Aliens Love Underpants”.

More information here.

3. A dancing underwater ‘dragon’

In the spirit of the season, SEA Aquarium is putting together its own programme of auspicious activities – including an underwater dragon dance by divers.

You can also spin Mani and Pin Wheels for good luck, dip your hands in a pool with special marine animals like abalone and make fish out of red packets for the kids.

More information here.

To do

1. Win Uniqlo products, discounts and vouchers

Everyday’s a lucky day! Until Jan 31, you can roll a virtual dice and win up to 10,000 Uniqlo prizes, including free Relaco ¾ Shorts, discounts off best-selling items, online shopping vouchers and a $888 shopping spree.

Simply visit www.uniqlo.com/sg/uniqloluckyroll daily to rake in the winnings.

2. Interesting festive activities

With the slew of festive fairs around town comes interesting activities for the family, from getting your zodiac fortune forecast by a professional and playing festive drums to learning how to cook Putien’s signature dishes. Of course, don’t forget to pick up your favourite goodies and decorations while you’re at the fairs!

3. Win a free afternoon tea at Ritz Carlton for Valentine’s

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For Beloved One has opened a Facebook contest where the top three contestants will get to enjoy a luxurious afternoon tea at The Ritz-Carlton’ Chihuly Lounge with a loved one.

To join, head over to For Beloved One’s Facebook page for instructions. Contest closes Feb 8 at 12.30pm.

By Pamela Chow and Samantha Francis

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