Five things to do this weekend (Jun 24-26)

Time flies! We’re already halfway through 2022.

Amanda Tan

Skills include buying the same jeans in different colours.

Published: 24 June 2022, 3:12 PM

While the June holidays may be coming to an end, there are definitely things to do before the hustle and bustle of school resumes. 

Here are five things to do this weekend (Jun 24 to 26):

1. Scale walls at Climb Central Katong



If you’re looking to keep active this weekend, why not check out rock climbing gym Climb Central’s fourth outlet at i12 Katong!

With a total of 50 climbing routes, the 10m tall walls at Climb Central Katong (CC Katong) will cater to your skill level, whether you’re a first-timer or experienced climber.

CC Katong is also the first outlet to have a jungle-themed wall dedicated specially for kids. Children aged five and weighing at least 20kg can try out this one-of-a-kind wall to kickstart their passion for the sport.

It is located at i12 Katong, 112 East Coast Road, #04-01/02, Singapore 428802 and is open from 11am to 11pm from Monday to Friday and 9am to 9pm from Saturday to Sunday.

2. Grab quick bites and refreshing drinks from the first 7-Eleven beachfront concept store



7-Eleven’s first beachfront store at Palawan Beach, Sentosa will open on Saturday (Jun 25). 

To celebrate the store’s opening, it will run several promotions.

From Jun 25 to 26, beach-goers can stand a chance to win beach essentials, food, and more with a minimum spend of $7 in the Spin and Win event. If you’re lucky enough, you might even win Sentosa premium merchandise, which includes luggage and tote bags.

From Jun 25 to Jul 22, customers will receive a can of Tiger Crystal beer for every five reverse tap cups of beer purchased, while stocks last.

3. Give your room a makeover with sale items from IKEA



IKEA is having a sale with up to 50 per cent off selected products from now till Jul 3.

Over 800 discounted items can be found across most of its home furnishing categories, including storage and organisation, and home decoration.

Parcel delivery of the items cost $15 and delivery will be made within seven days. Truck delivery costs $70, but allows you to select your preferred date and time for delivery.

Alternatively, you can shop for the items in-stores, subject to availability.

4. Catch Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area on Netflix



Prefer to stay home this weekend? How about binge-watching highly anticipated series Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area when it drops on Netflix on Jun 24!

In the Korean version of the Spanish hit series, North Korea and South Korea have reached a unifying agreement and have erased their border, creating the titular Joint Economic Area. 

Along with agreeing to economic cooperation, the nations have created a single unified currency for the people to use. 

When thieves overtake the mint of this unified Korea, the police must stop them as well as the shadowy mastermind behind it all.

In a situation where thieves from North and South Korea join forces and police from North and South join hands to stop them, only one group will succeed.

5. Check out ION Art Gallery’s latest photography exhibition



In conjunction with Cancer Survivor Month, ION Art Gallery’s latest photography exhibition showcases 25 breast cancer survivors’ stories from now till Jun 30.

Titled Ahead of Time, the photographs portray the strength, vulnerability, and resilience of women from all walks of life who were affected by breast cancer.

The ION Art Gallery is located on Level 4 of ION Orchard and is open from 10am to 9pm.

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