The Weekend List: 1-3 Apr 2016

Say goodbye to boring weekends with our guide!

By Pamela Chow and Samantha Francis

The best things to eat, see and do this weekend.

Stewed Boston Lobster in Superior Stock

1. Eight-course menus at 50% off

From now till Apr 30, Peony Jade will be offering two sets of eight-course meals with 13 classic and back-by-popular-demand creations, at just half the price. Families and friends can look forward to an affordable spread including indulgent dishes like the Stewed Boston Lobster in Superior Stock.

More information here.
CP Thai Style Laksa [Food shot]-2

2. Delicious, fuss-free meals

Looking for a quick and tasty meal? Check out these five newly launched products from CP Foods: CP Stir Fried Chicken with Holy Basil, CP Chicken Panang Curry,CP Thai Style Laksa, CP Boneless Soya Pork Knuckle and CP Sliced Pork with Ginger Sauce. Each of these are packed with flavourful Asian spices, with no preservatives added.

More information here.

 

Park Hotel Clarke Quay - Brizo - Arròs Negre (Valencia Squid Ink Rice with Seafood) - Media Ready

3. A Spanish seafood feast

From Apr 1 to June 30, every Thursday to Sunday, be transported to Spain with Brizo Restaurant & Bar in Park Hotel Clarke Quay.  The restaurant has launched a brand new seafood spread including highlights like Arròs Negre (Valencia Squid Ink Rice with Seafood) and the aromatic Gambas Al Ajillo (Spanish-style Garlic Shrimp). Prices start from $55 per adult.

More information here.

4. Explore the “Game of Thrones” event

At the “World of Westeros” event, from Apr 2-7, you can ascend the Wall like Jon Snow, encounter Arya Stark’s sword from the series, take pictures with a Targaryen dragon and even claim the Iron Throne for yourself.

Not convinced? Take a look at the top five things every “Game of Thrones” fan must do at this exhibition here.

More information here.

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5. Join a free workout

Sweat it out with free Celebrity Fitness programmes from Body Combat to Yoga to Bosu Mind & Body Class.

Registration is free but participants are recommended to sign up early to secure a slot.

More information here.

6. View immersive works by regional puppeteers

Be transported down a corridor of memories and stories performed by Master Puppeteers from China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

This eclectic mix of artists and their works will create an immersive multi-disciplinary theatrical journey of tradition and modernity.

More information here.

7. Attend free DIY workshops

Learn through your hands at the free Same Same But Different workshops. Highlights include organic soap making, terrarium making, learning sign language and more.

Be inspired by real people creating social good with their hobbies and interests, and learn what it takes to be a social changemaker.

More information here.

8. Learn tricks to watercolouring

Ever wanted to learn the tricks of watercolouring? Book yourself into this beautiful floral painting workshop, where various techniques will be taught for painting on archival quality English, Italian and Australian papers.

Each attendee will receive their very own watercolouring kit, containing a Size 8 Brush, 2B pencil and a portable Japanese watercolour palette filled with Quality Windsor and Newton paints.

More information here.

evian French Alps

9. Win a trip to the Alps

A giant Evian snow globe is stationed at Wisma Atria’s outdoor foyer from until Apr 3. Snap a picture of yourself having fun in the snow globe and upload it to your social media, and you might just win a trip to the French Alps.

More information here.

10. Join a beach barbeque party

Sizzling hot barbeque? Ice cold drinks? Great music? Say no more! From live barbeque stations to Sand Bar’s famous juicy beef and chicken burgers and great beverage deals, look forward to hours of music to get you grooving throughout the day.
Little ones are invited too, with activities such as a cardboard playground, beach toys and chalk boards, and other activities for the adults such as beer-pong, twister and giant Jenga to keep the Sunday vibes flowing.
More information here.

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