As part of Tiger Beer’s long-standing commitment to supporting our local hawker heroes, the Tiger Street Food Festival gives the recipients of the Tiger Street Food Support Fund an opportunity to showcase their talent on a national stage. Featuring street food favourites from Har Cheong Kai (prawn paste chicken wings) to Nasi Lemak, to Iberico Lor Bak bowls and Hakka tofu bowls, consumers will be spoilt for choice with the wide selection of street food prepared by recipients of the Tiger Street Food Support Fund. All street food will be served in generous $2 portions, while a range of Tiger variants will be available for sale from $3.
8 June, 5 pm to 10.30 pm
Open field at Tan Quee Lan Street
You don’t need to be a gourmet chef to make a great barbecue meal. Learn how to make a great tasting steak with grill master Kevin Kolman in an Around the Grill session by Weber. The first session takes place at Wood Farm Lifestyle at 11 am, with two more sessions at different locations throughout the day.
Call +65 3159 1184 to RSVP as seats are limited.
9 June, 2018, 11 am (Wood Farm Lifestyle), 2:30 pm (Barbecue Warehouse) & 5 pm (Raffles Holland V Mall – Atrium)
Wood Farm Lifestyle: 13 Dempsey Rd, #01-03, 249674
Barbecue Warehouse: 8 Jalan Kilang Timor 01-02, 159305
Raffles Holland V Mall:118 Holland Ave, 278997
Everyone in the fam should visit this experiential art exhibition to see the world in new ways. For the Children’s Festival:Small Big Dreamers at the National Gallery Singapore, Singaporean artist Lee Wen, a pioneering performance artist and Cultural Medallion (Visual Arts) recipient has created a range of art for people called A Waking Dream: Sun-boy and Yellow Man. Walk through his five installations peopled with a cast of fun characters and get to compose your own music, put your agility and flexibility to the test, and even manoeuvre obstacle courses – with the freedom of a child. Check the museum’s general admission details here.
9 June to 9 September 2018, multiple timings
National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrews Rd, 178957
Here’s something worth toasting: Gin Journey, one of the UK’s bar crawl experiences, will debut in Singapore on World Gin Day on 9 June. Like the original tour in UK, the SG edition will introduce guests to some of the world’s leading gin brands and some of the World’s 50 Best Bars found on the isle. Each journey is led by a knowledgeable Gin Guardian, with a specially crafted cocktail made with each gin brand served to guests on a “gini-bus” that will bring you to 5 drinks establishments on the Red Dot. Priced at $150, spaces are limited to only 20 participants per trip. Book your seat early here.
9 June 2018, multiple timings and locations
Do more than just swim, tan or build sandcastles with the kids at the inaugural Sentosa Cove Designer Collective’s Pop Up Fair. Spend a relaxing Saturday at the W Hotel on Sentosa island perusing through a curated selection of fashion and art pieces, homeware, jewellery and more, while your tykes are occupied with a host of kids’ activities. Plus, you might also win prizes from an hourly raffle. If you register your interest to attend, you will also get free entry into Sentosa and other giveaways.
9 June 2018, 10 a.m-4 p.m.
W Singapore, 21 Ocean Way, Sentosa Cove, 098374
Neymar Jr’s Five is a global, five-a-side, unisex tournament bringing players from all corners of the world together to celebrate football. The fast, technical and fun competition is played in more than 60 countries around the world. Each match lasts 10 minutes with no goalkeeper, and when a team scores, its opposition will lose a player. The Singapore team will feature five to seven players between the ages of 16 to 25. To qualify for the Singapore team, sign up here for the tournament at Bukit Timah’s The Cage.
10 June, 2018, 11 am-7 pm
The Cage, 220 Turf Club Rd, 288001
Jointly presented by the Embassy of Mexico and The Projector, the 2018 Mexican Film Festival will showcase 10 films spanning across genres such as romance, thrillers and more. Screenings will be held at both The Projector and at the NUS Shaw Foundation Alumni House. Click here to book tickets at The Projector and here for the Shaw Foundation Alumni House.
Until 13 June, 2018, multiple timings
The Projector: 6001 Beach Rd, Golden Mile Tower, #05-00, 199589
NUS Shaw Foundation Alumni House: 11 Kent Ridge Dr 119244
Back by popular demand, Professor Crackitt’s laboratory is a life-size labyrinth of mirrors, filled with infinite reflections and endless hallways! Help Professor Crackitt to find his pet parrot, Wattnot, who has gotten lost in the vast laboratory. Find your way through the identical corridors that seem to loop back confusingly on themselves and check out the Prof’s numerous whimsical inventions that presents various phenomena of Light and Mirrors.
Until 14 June, 2018, 10 am-6 pm
Singapore Science Centre, 15 Science Centre Rd, Hall A, 609081
By Hazel Vincent De Paul, June 6, 2018.
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