Five things to do this weekend (Mar 12-14)
Food lovers are in for a treat this weekend.
The March holidays are finally here and it’s shaping up to be one for the foodies.
If you don’t have anything planned yet, fret not, because we’ve got you covered!
Here are five things to do this weekend (Mar 12 to Mar 14):
1. Explore a world full of Hershey’s
Starting this weekend until May 3, Changi Airport will be hosting giant-sized Hershey’s Chocolate installations and a Chocolate Gallery.
Look out for the Amazing Chocolate Machine which consists of eight different flavours, including new ones such as Hershey’s Kisses Filled Yoghurt, Hershey’s Kisses with Hazelnut and Hershey’s Kisses Filled Strawberry.
Meanwhile, there is also a pop-up store at Terminal 3 Basement 2 that you can visit, which opens daily from 11am to 10pm.
2. Cuddle some cute dogs
Calling all dog lovers!
There is a new dog cafe, Cookie & Cuddle, where you can cuddle their three resident dogs – Cookie, Cuddle and Kiki.
At the cafe, a must-try on the menu is the doggyyaki (S$5.50 each), a Japanese baked pancake with fillings. It is available in various flavours such as kaya custard, red bean, nutella crunch and cheese. You can choose to add a scoop of ice-cream for S$8.50 or two scoops for S$12.
Cookie & Cuddle is located at 432 Race Course Road and opens on Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 6pm.
3. Dine with Sumikko Gurashi
If you’re not a dog person, hopefully you’re a fan of Sumikko Gurashi.
Kumoya Cafe’s Orchard Central outlet will have a new character theme based on the Japanese fan favourite. The themed menu includes the Shirokuma and Furoshiki Sweet Bed Time Beef Stew (S$25.90) and All Friends Picnic Rosti Big Breakfast (S$24.90).
For drinks, you can try the Chocolate Mint Frappe (S$13.90) or Shirokuma Kawaii Strawberry Soda (S$16.90). The cafe is located at Orchard Central #04-08, and opens from Monday to Sunday, 11am to 9.30pm.
4. Try some Ice Kacang bubble tea
Popular bubble tea chain Milksha is offering two new taro bubble teas – the Taro Cha Cha (S$6.80) and Taro Kacang (S$6).
The Taro Cha Cha is a mix of Milksha’s Fresh Taro Milk and bubur cha cha, while the Taro Kacang is made with red bean milk, coconut cream, brown sugar sago, taro puree and taro balls.
The limited-edition drinks will only be available for six weeks at all Milksha outlets.
5. Explore Pasir Ris
Arts in your Neighbourhood is back and this time it is conquering the far east of Pasir Ris.
Organised by the National Arts Council, the event will feature several activities such as Stories on site: On Trek To Otter Greatness where you help Ollie the otter find other characters by exploring the neighbourhood.
You can also look out for the The Story of a Place is in its Name exhibition which showcases works from five artists around the vicinity. Find out more here.