Local dessert startup brand, Nasty Cookie recently opened its flagship store at the newly revamped Funan Mall and is selling handcrafted gourmet cookies inspired by NYC’s famous Levain Bakery from S$4.90.
Here’s how the cookies look like. Yummy.
However, it looks like these cookies are stepping away from the limelight as Nasty Cookie introduces a limited time menu.
Milo & Horlick Soft Serve (S$3.20 Each)
As part of their way to celebrate National Day, Nasty Cookie has introduced two familar taste – Milo Soft Serve and Milo Horlicks Twist Soft Serve.
These ice-cream retails at S$3.20 each and is only available till 11 August 2019.
Milo & Horlick Soft Serve
Where: Nasty Cookie (Funan Mall, #02-35)
When: Until 11 August 2019
Opening Hours: 1000hr – 2200hr
Cost: S$3.20 each
Taiwanese Mandopop singer, Rainie Yang will bring her world tour concert to Singapore on 9 November 2019.
The singer, who recently unveiled her own designer label last performed in Singapore 6 years ago.
The concert will revolve around the theme of youth. Previously for her Taiwan tour, she has invited her then variety show cohost, Jacky Wu and ex-boyfriend, singer Alien Huang to be her special guests.
Tickets will go on sale from 14 August 2019 from 10am at Apactix. Tickets are available at $198, $178, $158, $138 and $108 (excludes booking fee).
Live Nation members can enjoy exclusive presale on 13 August 2019.
Alternatively, tickets are also available at the Singapore Indoor Stadium Box office, The Star Performing Arts Centre Box Office and all SingPost outlets.
Rainie Yang Youth Lies within Singapore When: 9 November 2019, 1900hr – 2200hr
Where: The Star Theatre
Cost: S$108 – S$198
For the first time, there will be a live dual screen telecast of the National Day Parade. Visitors can have a family picnic by the waterfront and enjoy the fireworks from the celebrations at Padang.
Additionally, there are also activities specially planned to showcase Singapore’s culture.
Heritage Family Games
Visitors can form teams of 3 to 5 to relive the good old days with games featuring elements of Singaporean heritage such as pulling a rickshaw and doing a Samsui Dash.
These activities, suitable for 4 years and older starts runs from 10am to 6pm. Registration is required. The registration fee is S$5.40 per participant and each person will receive a games T-shirt and tote bag upon completion of the games.
Fitness enthusiasts can also take part in the special bicentennial edition of the Red-X Challenge. There are stations both on land and the sand. Additionally, the first 200 participants who completes the challenge will receive a special edition Red-X Games Dry Bag worth S$20.
Registration is required and the Red-X Challenge is suitable for 16 years old and above. This challenge is available from 10am to 3pm.
The 9th installation of Universal Studios Singapore (USS) Halloween Horror Night will be back next month and this year’s event features 5 haunted houses, 2 scare zones and 2 shows over a span of 16 nights.
Here are the 5 haunted houses and who what to expect in them:
1. Curse of the Naga
Let’s admit it. Thailand has produced some of the scariest horror films to date. This haunted house, Curse of the Naga transports guests into the deep jungles of Thailand.
Therein lies a lost village that is under the spell of a snake spirit, Naga.
This original haunted house is a creation from the directors of blockbuster Thai horror films, Shutter and 4bia. This is also the first time USS has collaborated with these regional masters of horror.
2. Twisted Clown University
This haunted house is an abandoned carnival ground with remorseless clowns roaming the vicinity, awaiting for the next victim to terrorize.
3. The Chalet Hauntings
In this haunted chalet, you play detective by trying to uncover the truth of five teenagers who has mysteriously disappeared from this chalet.
Going through the layers of police tapes that were used to cordon the apartment, be prepared to have a close brush with langsuir and other frightful beings.
4. Hell Block 9
This haunted house brings you to a dark, dirty and damp prison. Witness vengeance and agony as merciless wardens torture the inmates.
Torment by death, disease and devastation, this is one of the most savage place to be in.
Probably inspired by a remote village in Japan, this haunted house features an abandoned village filled with creepy, life-sized dolls.
But if you look closer, the eyes of these dolls follow you as you roam around.
USS Halloween Horror Nights 9
When: 27 Sep – 31 Oct (Selected Nights)
Early Bird – Non Peak: S$55 | Peak: S$65
General Admission – Non Peak: S$60 | Peak: S$70
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