Have some fun with exhibitions, or checking out a themed cafe this weekend!
The weekend is here again and if you’re still missing last weekend’s Chinese New Year or Valentine’s Day, fret not, because there are plenty of things to do this week that will bring you back into a celebratory mood.
Here are five things to do this weekend (Feb 19-21):
Popular artist Yayoi Kusama will be holding another exhibition in Singapore, after 2017’s well-received rainbow polka-dotted one.
This time, it comes in the form of 15 monochrome paintings from her My Eternal Soul series as well as a sculpture installation which features mirror-finished stainless steel forms.
The free exhibition runs until Mar 6 and is located at Ota Fine Arts, Gillman Barracks 7 Lock Road Singapore 108935. Find out more here.
Want to have a picnic by the sea? A listing on Klook, Glam Picnic by the City or Sea, is now offering glam picnics from S$68 at either East Coast Park Area F2 or Bay East Gardens, next to PAssion WaVe @ Marina Bay.
The DIY picnics include picnic furniture, teepee, mats, decorations and cushions (varying costs). You can also purchase it along with a food bundle worth S$40. View the full listing and prices here.
The Chinese New Year holiday weekend might be over, but you might still be craving for some bak kwa.
Not to worry, because Fragrance Bak Kwa is offering a charcoal grill BBQ set (S$28) for a limited time. The set comes with a disposable instant BBQ pit, 500 grams of sliced tender bak kwa and a cooler bag.
As the beef jerky is provided raw, you have to grill the bak kwa by yourself. The set is only available for purchase via Fragrance’s online store.
Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Singapore recently launched its latest drinkware series and it features cute characters from Winnie the Pooh.
This includes the Winnie the Pooh Tea for One Set (S$29.90), Winnie the Pooh silicone cup cover (S$12.90 for one, S$19.90 for two) and Eeyore silicone cup cover (S$12.90 for one, S$19.90 for two).
The items are available in stores while stocks last and are not applicable with any other promotions, vouchers, or discounts.
There is a new Molang-themed cafe in town!
Fans of the South Korean emoticon will be pleased to know that there is a wider range of menu this time. This includes the Friendship-is-love Carona Cream Pasta (S$19.90), Nighty-nite Sleep Tight Chicken Katsu Curry rice (S$25.90) and The BFF Salmon I Love You Burger (S$23.90).
The new cafe is located at Kumoya @ Jalan Klapa, 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320 and opens from 12pm to 9:30pm on Tuesdays to Sundays.
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