Many diners in Singapore have high expectations when it comes to the kind of table service delivered at eateries. Called Tsundere Cafe, the pop-up food event will take place at a studio in Woodlands Industrial Park on 24 February, and is inspired by a similar concept popularised in Japan. “We were pretty much inspired by a cafe in Akihabara, Tokyo, called Nagomi, which specialises in this concept,” said organiser Ophelia Lim, 28, who is also the founder of pop-up cafe events planner SubaToki Cafe.
When it comes to romantic dates, location is key. So why not celebrate Valentine’s Day this year in a quiet environment with a 360-degree view of the sea and greenery, 24 metres above the ground? Singapore-based outdoor activities organiser Outdoor Adventures is opening up its hourglass-shaped tower in Sentosa, normally used for recreational climbing, to couples looking for a unique date. Priced from $158 a couple, dining on the “Team Challenge Hourglass” is available for bookings on 14, 24 and 25 February, and diners will be treated to a scrumptious spread of tapas, main courses and ...
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Visitors can catch more than 60 extravagant lantern displays at the upcoming River Hongbao festival, which will return to The Float@Marina Bay from 14 to 24 February. The largest lantern display – named “Prosperous Nation Flourishing People” – measures 50 metres and 15 metres in length and height respectively, and is inspired by the Singapore skyline. Meanwhile, the tallest display stands at 18 metres in height and depicts the God of Fortune.
The carnival is being held until 1 April 2018, and is open daily from 4pm to 11pm. The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival will be transformed into a neon-lit playground from 9 March to 1 April, in a collaboration with urban lifestyle park pop-up GastroBeats. For three consecutive Sundays starting 18 March, the carnival will also feature a series of eco-craft workshops in partnership with social enterprise Terra Sg.
It’s safe to say that the Geylang Serai wet market has been the go-to place for many in the east who are looking for the freshest vegetables, seafood and meat. The bidding for each item lasts two minutes and customers can participate via the “firstonlineseafoodbidding” Facebook page. Recently, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore took a trip down to catch Tan – also known as Jecc – in action.
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