Whether you're looking for a fun activity to do with your family or a new Netflix series to watch, here are five things you can do this weekend!
While September is coming to an end, the fun is just about to begin.
Whether you are a foodie, a Jay Chou fan, or a couch potato, there is something for everyone to enjoy this weekend.
Here are five things to do this weekend (Sept 24-26):
This Saturday (Sep 25), Tekka Place will open Singapore’s first instant noodle-themed experiential playground, which features 13 interactive spaces across two levels.
Named the ‘Slurping Good!’, the exhibition will run until Jan 30 next year. Some of its highlights include a 1.7m tall cup noodle installation, a noodle archway and noodle slides for both children and adults. Ticket prices start at $21 and you can get them via Slurping Good!’s website.
‘Slurping Good!’ is located at Tekka Place, Annex Building. It opens daily from 10am to 10pm.
If you’d like to learn more about issues surrounding mental health issues and rally support from the community, you can take part in virtual masterclasses and dialogue sessions offered by Beyond The Label (BTL).
The fourth edition of the BTL initiative was launched by the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) to address stigma, empower youths and promote community support for people with mental health conditions.
The programme will run from Sep 17 to Oct 12.
You can find out more about the BTL Fest here.
Pizza lovers rejoice! Pizza Hut is once again serving their popular Cheesy 7 pizza back on their menu. There is also a new Chicken Luncheon flavour, which consists of turkey bacon, mushrooms, cheese and chilli.
The pan pizza base comes in 7+1 extra tasty cheeses – such as Cheddar, Mozzarella, Provolone, Monterey Jack, Regato, Edam, Gouda, and cream cheese. The Cheesy 7 pizza is available at all Pizza Hut outlets until Oct 31 or while stocks last.
If you’re a Jay Chou fan, then you’ve got to visit Lai Lim Bistro.
The cafe features Jay Chou memorabilia and even has 16 cocktails named after some of his songs – such as Worldly Tavern (红尘客栈), Blue and White Porcelain (青花瓷) and Rainbow (彩虹). The drinks are priced at $22 each.
The cafe serves up both Singaporean and Western food. Customers are advised to make a reservation and indicate their preferred time slot via WhatsApp at 8870 6648. Interested customers can learn more via its Facebook page.
“Squid Game,” the newest Korean drama on Netflix, premiered on Sept 17 and is shaping to be one of the top K-dramas of the year.
The show tells the story of how hundreds of contestants attempt to survive a deadly survival challenge in an attempt to win a multimillion-dollar prize. The show explores themes of power dynamics, ethics, and human relationships. The nine-episode series stars Lee Jung-jae, Park Hae-soo and Wi Ha-joon.
You can watch the trailer here.
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