Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore (12th – 14th April)

fomoIt seems like everyone’s going to be in town this weekend, with the upcoming HSBC World Rugby 7s finals and the opening of mega New York Club Marquee. Even the KitKat Chocolatory crew is in town to share their massive love for chocolate, inspired by our own local flavors. Who’s up for a busy, busy weekend?
1. KitKat Chocolatory Pop-Up Store with limited edition flavors like Singapore Chilli Crab, Salted Egg Yolk and more! 

kitkat chocolatory vivocity
Source: @vivocitysingapore/ Instagram

KitKat’s known for their huge range of flavors ranging from sake to pudding and now Singapore’s getting its own set of limited edition flavors! Be prepared for Chilli Crab, Salted Egg Yolk, Chendol, Durian, Milk Tea Rosé, and even a vague-sounding Kopitiam Breakfast-flavored KitKat which looks like it can be anything from kaya toast, egg or coffee according to the image. Head down to the pop-up KitKat Chocolatory at VivoCity to get these flavors and also get a first peek at the new KitKat Ruby Chocolate that is made from pink cocoa beans. Only 100 packs of the KitKat Ruby Chocolate is available so get there early if you want to be the first to eat pink chocolate.
Date: 8 – 14 April 2019, 10am – 10pm
Address: VivoCity Level 1 Concourse, 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585
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2. Gardens By The Bay Floral Fantasy
Garden Landscape 1 - Dance_a
Source: Gardens By The Bay

Gardens By The Bay has added another permanent floral display in addition to their current Flower and Cloud domes which will open on Sunday. Floral Fantasy is a 360° whimsical garden, with floral displays lining the walkways and hanging from the ceilings. The exhibit is made up of 4 different gardens and also houses a poison dart frog vivarium. Get a single entry ticket, and bundle ticket packages for all three conservatories are available too. Early bird tickets are now on sale, and are valid until 13 May so get booking your tickets even if you aren’t heading down this weekend.
Address: Bayfront Plaza, 8A Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018984
Opening hours: 9am – 9pm daily
Tickets: $12 for Singaporeans and Singapore Residents, $20 for regular tickets. Bundle tickets for the Flower Dome and Garden Dome including a shuttle service from $24 for Singaporeans and $46 for regular tickets. Available for purchase now online, with early bird discounts until 13 May.
3. ArtScience Museum: Wonderland
Source: Phoebe Powell
Source: Phoebe Powell

Fall down the rabbit hole at ArtScience Museum’s upcoming exhibition revolving around our favourite curious girl Alice as she ventures into Wonderland. The immersive exhibition was developed by Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), and takes visitors into the magical world of Alice through theatrical sets, eye-catching props and secret doorways. And of course, join the iconic Mad Hatter’s Tea Party brought to life by digital projections.
Date: 13 April – 22 September 2019
Address: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974
Tickets: $16 for Singapore Residents and $19 for a regular ticket, now available online
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4. Marquee Singapore’s Grand Opening Weekend
marquee singapore nightclub
Source: Marquee Singapore

Literally taking partying to new heights is Marquee Singapore, the latest club to open its doors in Singapore. New York nightclub will be taking over the basement at The Shoppes in Marina Bay Sands and bringing all the fun over for a show-stopping weekend. The Grand Opening weekend this week sees Tiesto, Afrojack and A$AP Rocky headlining the decks, and plenty of other celebrities and singers are heading to town for the opening too. The club will span 3 stories and even has an indoor ferris wheel to get above all the action. Their explosive lineup for the next one month is no joke either, with Above and Beyond, Steve Aoki, Kaskade, and Showtek all set to guest DJ in the next couple of weekends.
Date: 12 – 13 April 2019, 11pm till late
Address: B1-67, Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Tickets: $28 for females and $38 for males, includes 1 house pour per ticket
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5. PetExpo 2019
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Bring your fur kids for a fun day out at the annual PetExpo! Stock up on health and wellness products and snacks, indulge in fashionable statement pieces, or attend a talk or workshop with a pet. There’s even Therapeutic Massage for Dogs workshop so that you can deepen your born with your doggo whilst relaxing him at the same time. While you’re there, stop by the AVA booth for a basic free pet health check and some free advice on how to better care for your pet. And if you think your pet stands a chance, you can also join competitions like the Guppy Challenge 2019, 4th Easter Eggstravaganza Championship Cat Show 2019, 113th SKC Obedience Championship Trials, 222nd SKC Championship Dog Show to show off your pet’s chops!
Date: 12 – 14 April 2019, 11am to 8pm daily
Address: Singapore Expo Hall 7, 1 Expo Dr, Singapore 486150
Tickets: 1 day pass at $5, 3 day pass at $12, available now online
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6. HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens 2019 
Source: HSBC Singapore Rugby 7s
Source: HSBC Singapore Rugby 7s

Singapore is once again hosting the World Rugby Sevens Series, where the best of the best rugby teams from all around the world compete for the crown of best Rugby Seven team. While the action on the green is the main attraction, there are also plenty of fringe activities to make the entire event a memorable one for the whole family. Free DreamWorks movie screenings and meet and greet sessions with Shrek will keep the young ones entertained, and meme lords online might make an appearance to watch Smash Mouth, the band behind the smash songs “All Star” and “I’m A Believer”. All tickets to the Rugby 7s also get free entry to Splash-N-Surf at the rooftop of Kallang Wave Mall with water slides and raft rides as you splash to tunes by Joie Tan and Joshua Simon.
Date: 13 – 14 April
Address: Singapore Sports Hub, 4 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397697
Tickets: Limited 1 day and 2 day tickets still available online from $19
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7. Sailor Moon Pop-up Concept Store
Source: 313@Somerset
Source: 313@Somerset

The Sailor Soldiers are coming to 313@Somerset! Meet the Sailor squad and snap a photo with them to upload to Instagram with the hashtag #313xSailorMoon to win a $100 Lendlease voucher. Sailor Moon herself will be making a trip through time on 20 April, 5pm to say hi to everyone. Scoop up some exclusive merch while you’re there at the level 1 atrium to show off your fan status pride. If you miss the pop-up store this coming week, you can still purchase things in the mall to redeem for Sailor Moon merchandise from now till May.
Date: 12 – 21 April 2019, 12pm – 10pm daily
Address: 313@somerset, Level 1 Atrium, 313 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238895
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8. DE Songkran Music Festival
Source: Downtown East, Wild Wild Wet.
Source: Downtown East, Wild Wild Wet.

Everyone knows that the Thai put on a splashing good party, and especially so for the annual Songkran festival. If you’re not heading to Thailand this weekend and feeling a little #fomo, you can head to Wild Wild Wet’s Songkran Festival. The water park will be hosting their own water gun party, with Quintino at the decks as you bob along to the beat in the Tsunami Pool with explosive water visual effects. When you drink enough and get thoroughly soaked, it’ll feel almost the same as being on the streets of Bangkok at the S20 Festival.
Date: 13 April 2019, 5pm – 11pm
Address: Wild Wild Wet
Tickets: $28 for regular tickets, $20 for NTUC Plus! Members, available online now
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9. Little Po 小坡
little po
In shades of bubble tea and blue, this new bubble tea store is the next hipster drink store to join the stretches of Haji Lane. While Little Po has your usual Earl Grey teas and brown sugar pearls, you might want to be a little more adventurous with your options like smoky lapsang souchong and spiced masala chai. You can also choose up to three toppings from their varied selection which includes freshly made boba, mashed yam and egg pudding. The coffee selection is also very adventurous, with avocado “chocoffee”, Oreo cheesy coffee and banana mocha. For creamy goodness, get their smoothies – we’ve got our eye on the milky yam drink. If you work within 2km of Haji Lane, Little Po will also deliver their teas and coffees straight to your doorstep.
Address: 67 Haji Lane, Singapore 189260
Opening Hours:  10am – 5.30pm on Mon to Fri, 10am – 6.30pm on Sat and Sun
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10. Rewild Our Planet
Source: WWF Singapore

Experience the wondrous beauty of the endless wilderness landscapes in all corners of Earth through this Augmented Reality exhibition without having to even leave Singapore. Together with WWF, Google, PHORIA and Netflix, ArtScience Museum’s next exhibit follows nearly extinct species and most at-risk habitats to bring to light the urgent need to restore the natural habitats of the world. Oh, and the entire documentary is voiced by David Attenborough so it’ll make you feel like you’re walking through a BBC Earth documentary.
Date: 6 April – 2 June 2019, 10am – 7pm daily
Address: Inspiration Gallery, Level 4. ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands
Free admission, but you should reserve your spot here

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