Five things to do this weekend (Mar 26-28)

From an online treasure hunt to a concert, there’s something for everyone.

Gabriel Choo

Published: 26 March 2021, 1:49 PM

In a blink of an eye, we’ve already reached the end of the first quarter of the year! Amidst the hustle and bustle of school or work, you deserve a break to unwind and have fun. 

Here are five things to do this weekend (Mar 26-28): 

1. Visit a Mahjong-themed cafe

Time to jio (invite) all your Mahjong kakis for a meal at a new Mahjong-themed dessert cafe!


The family-owned business is Mahjong-themed as everyone in the family loves to play the game. PHOTO CREDIT: DANIELFOODDIARY


Named Tian Wang, the cafe has a wide variety of desserts such as the D24 Durian Mousse ($6), Durian Sago ($5.80), Durian Bubur Cha Cha ($5.80), Mango Sago ($4.20) and Coconut Milk Mango Ice ($4.20). 

Tian Wang is located at 145 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208863 and opens daily from 12pm to 3am.

2. Celebrate Lazada’s birthday

Popular online shopping site Lazada will be celebrating its ninth birthday this weekend, and you can join in on the celebrations

Highlights include Lazada’s Surprise Birthday Sale starting from midnight on Mar 27, as well as a concert headlined by Katy Perry and Korean boy band NCT Dream.


The concert, which pays tribute to COVID-19 pandemic frontline workers, will be simulcast in Singapore. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/LAZADA


There will also be vouchers and giveaways during the event’s shoppertainment segment. 

Find out more on Lazada’s Facebook page.

3. Go on a virtual treasure hunt

The National Heritage Board is organising its first-ever treasure hunt, Heritage Hunter.


The treasure hunt started on Mar 12. PHOTO CREDIT: NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD


From Mar 26 to Mar 31, you will have to solve the clues that lead to hidden coins, all while learning more about Singapore’s heritage. The first clue can be found on their Facebook and Instagram pages. 

The Grand Prize winner stands a chance to win shopping vouchers and a tablet worth up to $1,099.

4. Try some new pastries at Heavenly Wang

Local cafe Heavenly Wang has a revamped Grab & Go menu with 11 new pastry flavours. 

The dessert croissants, which are priced from $4.20 each, include special flavours such as Milo Dinosaur, Speculoos Crumble, Ondeh-ondeh and Bandung. 

If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, you can also try the Red Thai Curry Puff ($3.50), Jumbo Sausage Puff ($3.80) and the Red Velvet Chocolate Chip cookie ($2.50).


The new pastries also come in a set of S$3.90 for a cookie with a large coffee or tea, and $4.90 for a croissant or puff with a large coffee or tea. PHOTO CREDIT: HEAVENLY WANG


All new items are halal-certified. The Grab & Go menu is only available at selected Heavenly Wang cafes.

5. Switch up to an electronic toothbrush

Done with using a toothbrush? Don’t throw it away just yet!

Smile cosmetics brand Zenyum is running a campaign where you can submit a photo of your old toothbrush to get 55 per cent off a brand new ZenyumSonic toothbrush!


The ZenyumSonic toothbrush is five to 10 times faster than a normal electric toothbrush. PHOTO CREDIT: ZENYUM


This means that you only pay $39.90 for the toothbrush, instead of the usual price of $89.90. 

The campaign will run from now to Apr 17. More details on the trade in can be found here.

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