Five things to do this weekend (Aug 12-14)

Spoil yourself this weekend with indulgent treats and exciting activities!

Amanda Tan

Skills include buying the same jeans in different colours.

Published: 12 August 2022, 12:50 PM

National Day celebrations might be over but that doesn’t mean the fun has to go!

Here are five things to do this weekend (Aug 12 to 14):

1. Visit the first ever Subway Museum



Discover more about Subway through a series of digital installations and interactive activities at the first ever Subway museum, also known as the Big Museum of Taste.

Additionally, visitors can look forward to limited edition merchandise such as Subway-branded apparel and accessories and lots of opportunities to take Insta-worthy photos!

To manage the crowd, tickets will not be sold at the museum. Instead, those interested can spend $12 at any Subway Singapore restaurants to redeem one ticket, or $20 to redeem two tickets. Only receipts dated Jul 28 to 12pm Aug 30 are eligible for ticket redemption.

Visitors are to register themselves online prior to their visit to the museum.

The museum is located at 11 Prinsep Link, Singapore 187949. It’s open to the public from now till Aug 30, 10am to 9pm from Monday to Thursday and 10am to 10pm from Friday to Sunday.

2. Protect wildlife at Night Safari with Ultraman



Animals aren’t the only things to see at the Night Safari!

From now till Oct 31, join Ultraman and Merliger, an incarnation of Singapore’s Merlion, in a digital trail to learn practical tips and fun facts on how you can contribute to protecting wildlife.

Besides the trail, visitors can also enjoy Ultraman themed food at the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant. Menu items include the Ultraman Chicken Karaage Curry Rice, “Hanzagiran” Fried Fish & Salted Egg Carbonara and for kids, the Ultraman Mini Impossible Burger. 

The Ultraman pop-up experience will run till Oct 3 at the Night Safari, from 6.30pm to 12am. Admission will cost $49.50 for adults and $34.20 for children aged 3 to 12 years old.

3. Cool down with Coolhaus ice cream



Need something to beat the heat? Why not treat yourself to some guilt-free ice cream by Californian ice cream company Coolhaus!

Released in Singapore on Aug 10, the ice cream is made with animal-free dairy, making it lactose-free and vegan-friendly.

The six flavours available are Peanut Butter ‘N Fudge, Mint Chocolate Chip, Molten Chocolate, Vanilla, Cookies ‘N Crème, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.

They are available for purchase at Cold Storage, Giant Hypermarket, FairPrice Xtra, FairPrice Finest and selected FairPrice Supermarket stores.

They can also be bought online on Redmart for $13.95 per pint.

4. Check out ACM’s batik fashion showcase



Indonesian batik powerhouse BINhouse and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) are running an experimental batik fashion showcase, Fashioning Batik, at the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) from now till Oct 2. 

Fashioning Batik features 32 contemporary handmade batik menswear designs, allowing audiences to go up close with new textures, materials and motifs that are atypical of traditional batik textiles. 

Fashioning Batik is held at the museum’s foyer at Level 2 and admission is free of charge. More updates can be found on ACM’s website and social media platforms.

5. Celebrate Mid Autumn with Cream Cheese Snowskin Mooncakes From Cat & the Fiddle



Spice things up this Mid Autumn Festival with Cat & The Fiddle’s locally-inspired cream cheese snow skin mooncake collection which is available from now till Sep 10.

It features four new flavours – Kopi Gao, Teh Peng, Bandung and Mao Shan Wang Durian – and is sold in two different six-piece box sets, namely the Meowsketeer Trio ($68.90) and Meowsketeer Towkay ($78.90).

The collection can be purchased online, as well as in-store at all outlets islandwide.

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