What To Do During This Phase 3 Weekend (19-21 Mar)

Janelle Yong
·3-min read
PHOTO: CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP
PHOTO: CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP
PHOTO: CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP

Ready for the weekend? Here's what you can look forward to this week.

1. Hershey's Amazing Chocolate Machine

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If you're a chocolate lover, it's time to indulge your sweet tooth with the arrival of Hershey's Amazing Chocolate Machine. Inspired by the iconic Hershey’s Chocolate World store in New York’s Times Square, this sinfully delicious pop-up features:

- Dazzling chocolate installations that look like they came from Willy Wonka's factory

- A pop-up store where you can snag goodies like a massive Hershey's chocolate bar (weighing more than 2kg!) and other limited-edition Hershey's chocolates

- And, of course, the eponymous centrepiece, which was modelled after the Amazing Candy Machine in the New York store. This uniquely Singaporean version has three-metre-tall dispensers carrying eight (!) different Hershey's flavours, three of which are newly-launched varieties.

Till 3 May 2021
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2. New dinos added to Changi Jurassic Mile

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Speaking of Changi Airport, did you know that Changi Jurassic Mile's lineup has been refreshed? 11 new dinosaurs, including a 3.5-metre-tall pink Diplodocus, a 1.2-metre tall baby Raptor and another T-Rex (a yellow one this time, unlike the brown T-Rex that already lives there), were recently added to the existing dinos along the 3.5km outdoor cycling and jogging track.

The dinos were formerly part of last December's Changi Festive Village, but they've now found a new (and permanent) habitat to call home. Why not pay them a visit and snap a pic or two together?

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3. The Sea of Tiki @ S.E.A. Aquarium

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Enjoy a tropical getaway of a different kind with The Sea of Tiki at S.E.A. Aquarium. Follow five legendary tikis along an enlightening trail featuring unique marine animals such as the reef manta ray, the slingjaw wrasse and the "landwalking" epaulette shark (stroke it gently if you dare!).

Keep an eye out for S.E.A. Aquarium's manta ray mascots as well, along with divers decked out in Tiki warrior ensemble – complete with tropical grass skirts and colourful garlands – as they herald the long-awaited return of dive feeds.

Till 11 May 2021
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4. Paw-verbs on the Lawn

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Here's something for your a-meows-ment this weekend: Paw-verbs on the Lawn, a collaboration between Malay Heritage Centre (MHC) and insta-famous Japanese illustrator Juno. Be enthralled by 30 of Juno's adorable cat illustrations, which are featured as standees on the lawn of the heritage centre in Kampong Gelam, alongside 10 common Malay proverbs, which highlight how the cat (kucing in Malay) is often used in sayings and metaphors.

You can read our write-up on this exhibition here.

Till 30 May 2021
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5. The Sound Inside

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Staged by Singapore Repertory Theatre, The Sound Inside weaves a compelling tale about a pair of social misfits – an accomplished professor at an Ivy League University, and a brilliant yet mysterious student – and the unusual connection they forge when faced with a challenge. Gripping, intimate and deeply moving, this haunting play explores the question of what one person can do for another.

Till 16 April 2021
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