Five things to do this weekend (Dec 24-27)
Christmas is finally here!
2020 has been a crazy curveball, but we are in the end game now – not only is it the long-awaited Christmas weekend, it is also the last weekend of the year.
If you aren’t attending Christmas parties and are looking for something to do, we’ve got you covered!
Here are five things to do this weekend (Dec 24 to Dec 27):
1. Role play as a detective online
Ever experienced an online escape room? Murder at Mandai Camp: The Case Reopens is Asia’s first virtual horror-mystery escape room with live-action gameplay that takes place online from this week.
Augmented with 360 degrees views and immersive surround sound, you get to solve the mystery and find out who the Mandai Camp murderer is. The film stars Benjamin Kheng and Erwin Shah Ismail.
Standard ticket prices start from S$20, and you can purchase them here.
2. Go on a staycation with sea animals
In a new programme by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, you can now go on a 2D1N staycation at the Amazon Flooded Forest of River Safari, where you get to sleep in glamp tents.
Highlights include getting up close with squirrel monkeys and manatees. Breakfast and dinner will also be provided. Each tent can accommodate up to four persons and prices start from $699.
Find out more information here.
3. Take pictures with some Sanrio-themed light installations
Calling all Sanrio fans! In its fourth edition, Sentosa’s Island Lights will feature a total of seven Sanrio-themed installations such as Hello Kitty, Pompompurin, My Melody and Little Twin Stars.
There is also an 8m-tall installation of colourful waterslides and a 12m feature panel along Siloso Beach.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, you are required to book a slot before heading down.
4. Visit a new shopping mall in the North
Residents in the North have cause to rejoice because there’s a new shopping mall in town! Canberra Plaza, which opened last week, is directly connected to Canberra MRT Station. The mall houses 70 retail and dining units as well as a small water play park and a community plaza.
Noteworthy stores include Japanese retail store Daiso and fast food chain A&W, which is the third outlet in Singapore. For more updates, you can check the mall’s Facebook page.
5. End of the year with some Baileys
Popular cafe Apiary Ice Creamery will be transformed into a pop-up store until the end of the year.
Named Baileys Treat Bar, it features a wide variety of festive-flavoured Baileys desserts and beverages such as the Baileys & Brownies (S$4.70), Baileys Cherry Cupcake (S$4.70) and Baileys Iced Coffee (S$9.90).
Apiary is located at 84 Neil Road, Singapore 088844 and opens daily at noon.