Krispy Kreme selling a dozen of Original Glazed Doughnuts for S$12 on 21 August 2019

Krispy Kreme Singapore is offering a dozen of its Original Glazed doughnuts for S$12 from noon onwards today (21 August 2019) at the following locations:

  • Changi Airport T2, #026-015-01/B
  • Income at Raffles, #01-11/12
  • Jurong Point 2, #01-31
  • Suntec City, #01-419/420
  • Northpoint City, South Wing #01-133

In case you miss the 12pm donuts, the next batch will be ready from 4pm onwards. While stocks last.

#KrispyKreme #KrispyKremeSG #12for12

Manekineko SCAPE S$3 for 3 hours promotion returns till 31 August 2019

Due to overwhelming popularity of its S$1 for 1 hour promotion, Karaoke Manekineko Singapore has extended this offer till 31 August 2019.

For this limited period of time, each person just has to pay S$3 nett during weekdays or S$6 nett during weekends for a 3-hour block karaoke session at its *SCAPE outlet.

This offer is however limited to at least 3 guests per booking and no extensions are allowed.

Karaoke Manekineko Singapore (*Scape Outlet)
Where: 2 Orchard Link #03-05
Promotion Period: Till 31st August 2019
Opening hours: 11am – 3am
For reservations: 6755 3113

#ManekinekoSG #Karaoke #JapaneseFamilyKaraoke #CrazyDeal

Swensens introduces Local flavor ice-cream mooncakes with Mickey Mouse designs

As the Mid Autumn Festival draws close (13 September 2019), more eateries are introducing their unique take on mooncakes.

Mickey Mouse Goes Local

This year, Swensens has introduced ice-cream mooncakes with Mickey Mouse designs. There are four flavors and they include the sticky chewy chocolate, Bandung, Cookies ‘N’ Cream and Kaya.

A box of four (one flavor each) comes with a limited edition Mickey Go Local cooler bag and retails at S$69.80.

Other Flavors of Home

Besides Mickey Mouse ice-cream mooncakes, Swensens also has other smaller, local flavored ice-cream mooncakes.

They include familiar taste like the Sedap Chempedak, Sticky Chewy Chocolate, Durian Supreme, Kaya, Yummy Yam and Bandung.

A set of 4 retails at S$42.80. It also comes with an exclusive cooler bag.

Early Bird

There is currently an early bird discount (till 31 August 2019) of 20% for members and 15% for Citi, Diners, HSBC, Maybank, OCBC, Stanchart & UOB Cardholders.

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Jurong Bird Park to offer free entry for 10 days in September 2019

To celebrate the Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund marking its 10th anniversary, the Jurong Bird Park will be offering free tickets to all Singaporeans, Permanent Residents (PRs) and workers holding an Employment Pass (EP Holders) from 6 September 2019 to 15 September 2019.

However, there are eight gated zones that charges a nominal entrance fee from S$2 to S$4.

These include the Indoor Penguin Coast (S$2), Waterfall Aviary (S$2), Wings of Asia (S$2), Lory Loft (S$2), Parrot Paradise (S$2), High Flyer Show (S$4), Birdz of Play (S$4) and Kings of the Skies Show (S$4).

Coupons in sets of $10 will be available for purchase on site.

Free Admission to Jurong Bird Park

When: 6 Sept – 15 Sept
Opening Hours: Daily, 0830hr – 1800hr (Last entry: 1730hr)
Where: Jurong Bird Park (2 Jurong Hill S628925)
Cost: Free

Images from Wildlife Reserves Singapore

A first look at all of the 16 light installations at this year’s Singapore Night Festival

The Singapore Night Festival returns for its 12th edition from 23 – 31 August 2019 from 7.30pm to midnight.

This year, there are 16 light installations featuring works with a Southeast Asian connection, casting a spotlight on folklore and traditions, as well as ideas and talents from around the region.

1. Keep Dreaming

Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Façade

The National Museum of Singapore come to life as three mysterious characters awaken from their deep slumber to embark on an adventure.

2. The Legend of Ramayana

Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Banyan Tree

This show takes the audience on a journey of the Sanskrit epic poem The Ramayana. The epic follows Prince Rama’s quest to rescue his beloved wife Sita from the demon King Ravana, through the eyes of a venerable Banyan tree.

3. Disco Walkway

Venue: Walkway along Stamford Road

The Disco Walkway adds vibrancy to the Stamford Walkway with glowing neon-coloured cubes and music.

4. S.C.U.L.P.T

Venue: Armenian Church

First presented in France, S.C.U.L.P.T has been fully redesigned for its debut in Singapore.

Tailored to fit every square centimetre of the Armenian Church’s centuries-old chevet, this artwork is the perfect marriage of projection mapping and interactivity, allowing visitors to manipulate its form and appearance with simple laser beams.

5. Symbiote

Venue: Walkway along Stamford Road

Wander between thin, seamless fabric into an airy and undulating space, a response to Singapore’s dynamic multicultural and multireligious societal fabric, and be immersed in a manifestation of Singaporeans’ interdependence.

6. Tropicana

Venue: Stamford Court Clock

The Stamford Court clock comes to life with bright and bubbly colours, and an extravagant coating of warm tropical vibes under the sun.

7. Waves of Time


This façade projection on the historic CHIJMES chapel re-imagines the journey of the Prince chasing his dream to and around our island.

Explore the depths of the underwater world and encounter the variety of ethnic cultures which came together because of maritime connections, reminding us of how Singapore as a nation has been shaped by centuries of maritime trade and travel.

8. Glow Away

Venue: SMU Campus Green

Filled with various coloured UV-activated slime, snap an IG photo of the Glow Away installation.

10. Lucent

Walk into a magical rainforest amid illuminated trees and a soothing soundscape that transforms the heart of Singapore into an ambient oasis.
Venue: SMU Campus Green

11. Project:Dome – OCISLY

Venue: SMU Campus Green

Scan the OCISLY QR code with your mobile device, select your emoticon and release it to populate the evolving atmosphere of the dome. Feel free to spawn as many emoticons as you want! Ever-changing, festival-goers can expect a different experience each time they visit.

12. Project:Dome – Soul Beads in Harmony

Venue: SMU Campus Green

Taking inspiration from the fusion of cultures that form the unique Peranakan identity, this installation transforms the dome into a mesmerising digital canvas of luminous beadwork.

Each bead features floral, foliage, animals or mythical creatures that are important to Peranakan beliefs. Woven together, the intricate beadwork brings life, meaning and purpose to every beaded motif

13. Project:Dome – The Land Above

Venue: SMU Campus Green

Through the visual language of art, this installation presents abstract geography with traditional motifs from the Nusantara world, giving way to the rising tide of a reimagined cultural kaleidoscope.

Step into this portal where the past collides with the future, and experience the symbiotic relationship between nature & culture.

14. Project:Dome – SOLIS

Venue: SMU Campus Green

In this immersive futuristic dome that brings to life the awe-inspiring spectacle of nuclear fusion, festival-goers come together to activate the power of the sun, generating a bolder, brighter future, where clean, renewable and limitless energy is accessible to all.

15. Project:Dome – Strange Attractions

Venue: SMU Campus Green

Strange Attractions, a body of work spanning thirty years, is based on the mathematics of chaos theory.

The artiste uses this installation to explore natural systems, patterns, and rhythms. Images of these evolving chaotic systems are layered, one moment over next, like waves washing over sand, eventually replaced by the accumulation of those that come after.

16. Work-in-progress

Venue: National Design Centre

A scaffold structure populated with animated light formations brings across endless possibilities of “imagination”, the foundation to Asylum’s pursuit of creativity.

Singapore Night Festival 2019
When: 23 – 31 August 2019, 1930hr – 0000hr
Where: Bras Basah Bugis district
Cost: Admission is free. Ticketing charges apply for selected programs.

Images from Singapore Night Festival

KFC Singapore launches atas new boneless chicken steak

For a limited time only, KFC Singapore has gone fancy with the introduction of a new boneless chicken steak.

The chicken steak, which is 200g of juicy chicken thigh, is prepared using the same Colonel Sander’s recipe.

The O.R. Chicken steak set meal is served with the Original Recipe gravy, junior Cheese Fries and a regular Pepsi Black retails at S$8.95.

The deluxe meal, which comes with an additional piece of chicken retails at S$11.45.

#ORChickenSteak #NoBonesAllMeat

Yishun sushi restaurant offering S$0.70 sushi per plate because of post National Day promotions

Sushi One is a local startup. As a way to show their Singapore pride, they are offering 54% discount on their yellow plate sushi. This means, each plate costs only 70 cents. (Usual Price: S$1.50)

This promotion will happen later today (15 August 2019) from 1130hr to 2200hr. Customers get to choose from a selection of 30 different best-selling sushi dishes  via the conveyor belt.

This promotion is strictly for dine-in only and no custom or special ordering is allowed.

Sushi One S$0.70 Sushi

When: 15 August 2019, 1130hr – 2200hr
Where: Sushi One (Yishun Town Square)
Cost: Yellow Plates at S$0.70

Carousell to hold mega fair this weekend and there are over 300 booths to shop from

E-commerce site, Carousell will be holding its annual flagship event this weekend at the Marina Bay Sands.

There are more than 300 sellers with items ranging from uniquely handcrafted goods, jewellery, vintage clothes, retro games, home decor and more at the bazaar. Most of the items are exclusive to this event.

Fun Activities

Besides shopping, this year’s bazaar also features seven Instagrammable spots. Nathan Hartono, Joanna Lim, Novita Lam and Narelle Kheng will also be visiting this event!

When: 16 – 18 August 2019
Where: Marina Bay Sands, Hall A & B
Timings: 16th (5pm – 9pm) 17th & 18th (12pm – 9pm)

UPDATED: Korean star Lee Seung-gi to hold fans meet in Singapore on 26 October 2019

Korean star Lee Seung Gi is set to visit Singapore on 26 October 2019 for a fan meet session. The last time he was here was last year’s July.

Presale ticketing starts on 19 August from 10am for all IMC Live Global fans. Public ticket sale will commence the following day (20 August 2019) from 10am here. Tickets retail from S$138 to S$248.

All VIP ticket holders will also receive a mystery gift and are entitled to a group photo-taking session (30 pax per group) with Lee Seung Gi.

Lucky fans will also stand to win group photo passes and autographed posters by Lee Seung Gi himself!

This upcoming fan meet is titled Vagabond Voyage and is part of his promotions for his new drama, “Vagabond”.

Starring alongside Suzy and Shin Sung-rok, the actor’s new spy, thriller action drama will be premiering in September.

Lee Seung Gi plays a man looking for the truth behind a plane crash that killed his nephew.

Lee Seung Gi Fan-Meet 2019
When: 26 October 2019, 1900hr
Where: Singapore Expo Hall 7
Cost: S$248 (VIP), S$218, S$178, S$138