Five things to do this weekend (May 12-14)
Dance at a retro skating event or dine and shop at a Mexican restaurant’s flea market.
From retro skating to watching Korean arts performances, the coming weeking is full of activities to enjoy.
Here are five things you can do this weekend (May 12-14):
1. Disco dance and skate at Secret Sunrise Singapore’s Afternoon Retro Roller
Take a trip back to the 80s with an afternoon of dancing and skating at Hi Roller Indoor Skating Rink on May 13.
Organised by Hi Roller and global dance and meditation community Secret Sunrise, the Afternoon Retro Roller is an “old school roller disco” event that lets dancers as well as inline and roller skaters groove to the hits of way back when.
Non-skaters are also free to join in on the fun and participants are encouraged to come in retro outfits.
Afternoon Retro Roller will take place from 3.30pm to 4.30pm. Tickets for the event are available from $27.29 in limited quantities, with an additional charge required for the rental of skates.
2. Shop and dine at Mexican restaurant Chimichanga
With Mother’s Day around the corner, Mexican restaurant Chimichanga is putting up both a lifestyle flea market and weekend promotions.
The flea market will be situated at the restaurant’s Paya Lebar outlet on May 13 from 12pm to 4pm and will host vendors like local jewellery brand xvxiijewellery, home-living brand Hush Candle, Singapore’s first halal freeze-dried candy candycrunchgsg and jagua tattoo artist heycyann.
There is also a Mother’s Day promotion where mothers can choose a complimentary bowl, taco, quesadilla or chimichanga from the menu when at least two dishes are purchased.
The meal promotion will be available at Chimichanga’s Paya Lebar, Holland Village and Little India outlets, and is only valid for advance reservations that mention “Mother’s Day Promo”.
Reservations for the flea market can be made on Chimichanga’s website.
3. Rummage through marked down vintage clothing at Superwasted’s closing sale
Local vintage clothing brand Vintagewknd’s “no-longer wasted” concept store Superwasted is having a closing sale from now to May 14, with clearance markdowns going as low as $5.
Those interested in picking up upcycled and reworked clothing pieces can find them at $40 and below on the store’s clearance racks.
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All items are 20 per cent off storewide, including vintage graphic tees, blouses, cargo skirts, bags, corsets and reworked racer tops. Carhartt items are at an additional $10 off.
The store is located at 16 Haji Lane and operates from 12pm to 9pm.
4. Indulge in everything Korean at the Korea Travel Fair
The Hallyu wave is making its way to Our Tampines Hub on May 12 to 14 with The Glory star Lee Do Hyun making a special appearance.
The Korea Travel Fair is organised by the Korean Tourism Organisation and will feature cooking classes and live K-beauty demonstrations.
Visitors can also watch arts and musical performances, including a non-verbal one called The Painters that showcases painting, miming, dancing and comedy alongside visual effects.
More information about the event can be found on the Korean Travel Organisation’s Instagram and Facebook pages.
5. Have a sip of Starbucks’ new Okayama Peach Apple drinks
Starbucks’ new limited-time summer drinks are now available in Singapore in two flavours – Okayama Peach Apple M:LK Cream Oolong and the Okayama Peach Apple Cold Brew.
Starbucks also introduced new summer-themed Small Crossbody Bags and a collaborative drinkware collection with Pantone.
Both drinks can be purchased via the Mobile Order app or physically at all Starbucks outlets, including the newest one at Birds Paradise. Only the Okayama Peach Apple M:LK Cream Oolong is available on food delivery platforms.