A quick digest of the coolest weekend happenings in Singapore.
Friday, Oct. 11
Revel in nostalgia and party like it’s (literally) 1999 at this throwback rager featuring hits from the decade’s greatest, like Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, TLC, and even grunge gods Nirvana. Just come (dressed) as you are, as you were.
10pm-3am at Cherry Discotheque, 133 Cecil St; Free Admission for first 100 ladies before midnight, otherwise it’s S$30 at the door.
Spend an afternoon sipping tea while supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month at The Goodwood Park Hotel’s L’Espresso café.
Feast your eyes, and palates, on the pink-themed spread of cakes, tarts, chocolate fondue, and even rosé sparkling wines — if a boozy afternoon is what you’re after.
While you’re at it, raise funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation by purchasing a pink ribbon – a symbol of the cause – for just S$2.
Till Oct. 31 at Goodwood Park Hotel; From S$48++ (Adult); S$29++ (Children)
What’s October without Oktoberfest? The German festival celebrating all things beer has officially landed in Singapore at the Tablescape restaurant and bar in hotel Grand Park City Hall.
Tablescape chef Armando’s four-course beer-centric menu will see him whipping up dishes including a tender Angus Beef Cheek with a sauce made from Singapore’s very own Tiger Beer.
Till Oct. 13 at Tablescape; S$68++ for a 4-Course Set Menu
Here’s another option for Singapore foodies – more food. Malaysian chef Kim Hock, owner of Penang’s Au Jardin fine-dining restaurant, is taking over the kitchen at La Brasserie in Fullerton Bay Hotel this weekend to present a taste of his own restaurant’s cuisine.
Diners can choose between two-, three-, and four-course meals, with starters such as the savoury Angus Beef Tartare, and mains like an Iberian Pork Jowl. End your meal on a sweet note with desserts like the La Foret Noire au Jardin chocolate mousse, made with Malaysia’s Seniman Batang Kali cocoa.
Till Oct. 13 at La Brasserie, The Fullerton Bay Hotel; From S$25++
Saturday, Oct. 12
Show your support for young Singaporeans having a go at being entrepreneurs at this pop-up market in Gardens by the Bay, where they will sell a range of cute knick-knacks, gadgets, and vintage fashion.
Till Oct. 31, 11am-9pm Saturdays and Sundays at Gardens by the Bay; admission is free
Escape the urban environment for some beachfront dancing and coastal dining under the stars this weekend at Tanjong Beach Club, which will transform into a neon tropical paradise as part of their Barefoot Tiki Nights party.
6pm till late at Tanjong Beach Club; admission is free. Minimum spend of S$400 required to reserve a daybed.
Celebrate all things French with the family at this one-day festival packed with activities both kids and parents will enjoy. From storytelling marathons to movie screenings, consider your Saturday plans settled.
10am-5:30pm at Alliance Française de Singapour; admission is free (some ticketed programs)
Singapore’s National Museum turns 132 years old this week and it’s celebrating the occasion with a line-up of events that promises to transport visitors into the 19th century, when Singapore was an old port city bustling with traders from around the world. Catch interactive performances revolving around the lives of traders, or take part in craft-making for a glimpse of pre-industrial artisan life.
11am-6pm at National Museum of Singapore; admission is free
If you love rosé more than your bae, you’ll be happy to know that the Rosé Revolution boozy festival returns for its fourth edition this weekend at The Alkaff Mansion. Try some of the best rosé from across the globe and feast on delicious pink treats.
3pm-7pm at The Alkaff Mansion; S$60
Sunday, Oct. 13
Thinking of getting a dog? Adopt, don’t buy. Save Our Street Dogs (SOSD) Singapore is having an adoption drive at JCube shopping center on Sunday. Volunteers will be there to guide you through your decision.
1pm-5pm at Level 5 JCube; admission is free
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