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Durian lovers might disagree about how to best enjoy a durian. For example, some love to wash it down with a can of beer, despite the myths about the fatality of mixing alcohol with the fruit. But I’m sure we can all agree that durian-eating is a communal affair.
Come July 27, a Durian Extravaganza at the Coliseum (at Hard Rock Hotel Singapore) will pay homage to the humble practice of eating durians with family and friends. There will be three tonnes (yes, 3,000 kilograms) of over six different varieties, from Jin Feng (Golden Phoenix) to the famed Mao Shan Wang. And it won’t be any old sit down; enjoy your durians – and other fruits – in a setting that’s reminiscent of the good old kampong days, with rustic thatched roofs, wooden benches, and ambient lighting.
A while ago, we asked you on Facebook who your favourite character is from the Madagascar Zone at Universal Studios Singapore, and we received an overwhelming number of responses from our fans. Hence, we’ve decided to reward 10 fans with three (3) in-season movie passes to Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted!
Lights, magic… DAZZLE! It’ll be a magical August because illusionist Lu Chen is coming to Singapore.
Almost everyone I know harbours some hope of being taller. It makes it easier to do so many things like look slimmer, perform better in sports and get spotted in a crowd. And if you dream to one day be taller than Yao Ming, perhaps you could try out stilt walking.
Beginning June 25, the Malaysian Food Street (MFS) will operate to new streamlined opening hours – with all stalls closing on Wednesdays. This is so guests will not be confused with the many different operating hours and be disappointed when the one they wanted to try is closed. Do take note and plan for alternate dining options if you visit the Resort on Wednesdays from June 25 onwards.
For more information on the MFS, please visit our website.
As a child, I remember wielding a magnifying glass, pretending to be an explorer. The romantic idea of treasure hunting has for centuries ensnared the hearts of the adventurous; it’s not so much the magnitude of the find but the journey of discovering the unknown.
Which is why if you’ve ever fancied exploring undulating lands and have a penchant for riddles, you’ll probably love the Explorer’s Trail initiated by RWS Invites.
If you thought the prata uncle at your kopitiam plays with food, then you should check out Italian chef Pasqualino Barbasso when he comes to town.
Watch him twirl pizza dough possibly up to 2-metre wide at Resorts World Sentosa’s Italian restaurant Palio from 29 June to 8 July. A pizza chef by training who later honed his skills in acrobatic pizza-making, chef Barbasso has entertained spectators at tradeshows, exhibitions and unsuspecting customers at many pizzerias around the world.