9 things to eat, see and do this weekend (Sep 4-6)

Wondering what to do this weekend? Look no further than our exciting guide

To eat/drink

1. Sample delectable mooncakes before you buy

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If you plan to gift mooncakes this Mid-Autumn season, be sure to head down to the annual Tangs Mid-Autumn Fair at VivoCity. The fair returns with a fabulous bazaar featuring over 40 brands of mooncakes to tempt all palates. Five new brands will also be making their debut at this fair, including Baker’s Well, Cherry Garden, Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant, Peach Garden and Yu Xiang Yan.

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More information here.

2. Dine like a carnivore at this pop-up by Meatsmith and PinBone

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Local restaurant Meatsmith is collaborating with Sydney-based PinBone for a pop-up dinner where you’ll be served communal-style dishes in a relaxed setting. For $80 (including drinks pairing), there’ll be smoked meats cooked on “Southern Pride” smokers and 4-tonne dual cavity beasts and elevation grills, resulting in an experimental and technically exciting menu.

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3. Toast to your very own cocktail creation

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Renowned cognac distiller, Remy Martin has organised a week long crash course that will teach you everything from the spirits to mixology skills. With class tickets ranging from $68 to $158, you can learn about using Asian ingredients in your tipple, pairing cognac and chocolate, and more.

More information here.

To see

1. Catch popular Japanese bands while feasting on Nippon delights

Fans of Japan will have a ball at the Moshi Moshi Nippon Festival! Popular acts performing this year include World Order, Usagi and Tempura Kidz. Lovers of Japanese fashion can look forward to a special fashion show with special guest models too.

Visitors can enter the exhibition grounds and check out the Day Stage activities for free. Exhibition booths will showcase Japanese offerings like karaoke, fashion and cuisine.

More information here.

2. Watch three Singaporeans fight it out on MasterChef Asia

MasterChef has finally come to Asia, and three lucky Singaporeans were picked to duke it out in the pressure cooker! Watch 15 contestants battle for the top prize, which includes US$50,000 ($70,800) cash. The series premieres tonight at 9pm on Lifetime (StarHub TV Ch. 514).

Will our local wok warriors make it through? Find out what the contestants and judges think in our interview here!

3. Visit the circus in town

The circus has come to town! But it’s not the usual slapstick show you’d expect. Instead, this is a magical performance on an art-installation stage that will mesmerise and show you the relationship between the circus and contemporary art. Watch out for the three small circus tents, or cabanons, in the open field opposite Bugis Junction.

More information here.

To do

1. Slide down a giant inflatable slide – four HDB storeys high

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Bouncy obstacles and walls are the next festival fad, so hop onto the bandwagon at the Sentosa Fun Fest. Besides the four storey-high inflatable slide, you’ll also get to slip down a horizontal slide, dip in a foam pool, navigate an inflatable maze and more.

If tickets for this weekend are already sold out, don’t worry – the mega festival is on until Sep 13, so you can still book tickets for next weekend.

More information here.

2. Get extra cash back by shopping online

If you love splurging at online stores like Groupon, Zalora and Expedia, here’s an up-and-coming service that will pay you to shop! ShopBack tips you when you shop at any of its popular merchants, on top of discounts and rebates.

With Cashback Day coming up on Sep 9, look out for the promotions going on this week, including sneak previews and voucher codes!

More information here.

3. Plan ahead for an exciting weekend with the family

Still short on ideas for a great weekend with the family? Use this tool to find out all the latest family events coming up, such as picnics and workshops!

By Samantha Francis and Pamela Chow

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