What To Do In Singapore This Weekend 30th March 2018
What to do and where to go this weekend.
Fun for the adults and the little ones this weekend at W Sentosa's The Kitchen Table. For the grown-ups, there's a free flow brunch while the little ones can indulge in face painting, easter egg hunt and bouncy castle. Sounds good to us.
If the idea of a BBQ with family and friends sounds good but you really can't be naffed to host, then Sunday on the Hill is the next best thing. Taking place in the gardens of Emily Hill, cooking is taken care of thanks to the gourmet sausages from Sidecar Sausages or Banyan Tamarind Food, there's a whole host of beers and cocktails from Kult Kafe and let DJ Stevie G Challenge take care of the tunes.
They do say that eating is a Singapore past time so why not celebrate some of the Little Red Dot's best at the Michelin Guide Street Food Festival. A strictly ticked affair, indulge in the likes of Una-Don from Man Man Unagi, the Heart Attack Fried Rice from newcomers New Ubin Seafood or use the festival as the perfect excuse to try Michelin-starred Joel Robochon or Song of India.
If you want some actually affordable art, you had better be quick as this little expo ends on Friday. Organised by the Kult Gallery, there is an array of interesting and most importantly, affordable art on show, all at under $200.