Get ready for a fun time this weekend!
The September school holidays starts this weekend too, which can only mean one thing: plenty of fun things to do!
Here are five things to do this weekend (Sep 3 to Sep 5):
In case you didn’t already know, this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival falls on Sep 21 which means that it’s time to stock up on those mooncakes. And where else to buy them from than at Takashimaya’s annual Mid-Autumn Festival mooncake fair!
Offering over 300 mooncakes from 25 brands, the stalls are located at the Talking Hall on B1 and the Food Hall on B2. Participating brands include InterContinental Singapore, Mdm Ling Bakery and Kee Wah Bakery. The stalls will open daily from 10am to 9.30pm.
If you are looking for fancy mooncakes, check out our guide here.
The Karting Arena opened its second karting track in Jurong late last month and it promises to be quite the ride.
Spanning 153,000 square feet, the track is 700m long with 11 technical turns. There are up to 30 go-karts available and the facility is also furnished with a racers’ VIP lounge, private garage units and a helmet disinfection station.
The rates start from $25 per session for beginners (minimum age of nine years old) and $35 per session for adults.
Find out more here.
Hair salon Chez Vous: HideAway is setting the bar really high. Located at Ngee Ann City, customers get many perks such as a Shampoo Massage Menu and a DIY Aromatic Candle Hand Spa.
The hair salon has seven ‘Instagrammable’ zones including a jellyfish aquarium-like wash area and a pastel pink private room. Customers are also treated to signature herbal teas and snacks at no additional charge.
Find out more here.
Popular Netflix series Money Heist dropped part 5 (volume 1) on Sep 3, and it is looking to be one heck of an adventure.
The Spanish crime drama, which was first released in 2017, tells the story of a group of robbers who decide to steal from the Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid. In this season, the robbers have to escape after another heist but they are faced with deaths and heartbreaks along the way.
Úrsula Corberó, Álvaro Morte and Itziar Ituño stars as the main cast. Watch the trailer here:
Featuring 20 booths and four kiosks, Eatbox has Malay, Japanese, Thai and Western cuisines in a creative food hall setting to offer a unique dining experience for its customers.
The two-storey food hall has indoor and outdoor seating areas, as well as many aesthetically pleasing wall murals for you to take photos at!
It is permanently located at Tekka Place and opens every day from 8am to 10.30pm.Find out more about Eatbox here.
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