Let's GOJEK! Things to do this weekend (31 May–2 June 2019)
Let's GOJEK! Things to do this weekend (31 May–2 June 2019)
23 Feb 2024

We’re well on our way into the second half of the year. Hop in (a GOJEK), catch a break, and embrace all that June comes with – mazes by the waterfront, desserts disguised as entrées, and a cemetery, no less.


Image from: DBS Marina Regatta

Play: DBS Marina Regatta – The Race Against Time

Where: The Promontory @ Marina Bay

When: 31 May – 2 June

It’s the 8th iteration of the DBS Marina Regatta, and it brings with it a whole slew of dragon boat races along with a giant eco-maze with obstacles at every corner. If you’re really in it for the chillin’, the event also boasts a pop-up Jim Beam Highball Bar, nosh from next-gen hawkers, and music from local musicians.


Image from: Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

See: The Pigeoning

Where: Esplanade Annexe Studio

When: 30 May – 2 June

Watch Frank, who’s convinced the pigeons are up to no good, as he struggles for control and a semblance of safety in a world that’s ending. The performance will also be followed by a dialogue with the artists, as well as a closer look at the set and puppets.

Image from: Facebook – Dustbunny Vintage

Shop: Dustbunny Vintage

Where: 2A Keong Saik Road

Singapore isn’t exactly well-known for a strong vintage culture a la Melbourne and the UK, but that doesn’t mean it’s not doing it well. This boutique in particular stocks up on rare designer bags, vintage dresses older than your grandparents, and other well-curated wardrobe pieces.

Image from: Instagram – Non Entrée Desserts

Eat: Non Entrée Desserts

It’s a feast for Singaporeans… or is it? This dessert café specialises in making sweets that taste nothing like it looks. Bak chor mee? That’s mango vermicelli noodles with coconut parfait “fish” balls to you. Half-boiled eggs? Ma’am, this café sells desserts. In all seriousness – this is an experience as unnerving as it is delicious.

Image from: Benedicta Foo (GOJEK)

Explore: Japanese Cemetery Park

Where: 825B Chuan Hoe Avenue

Built by Japanese brothel keepers in 1891, this burial ground is home to former Japanese working girls, soldiers, marines, airmen, and civilians. Well-kept and frankly nothing short of stunning, this park homed in Serangoon serves as a sacred, brief respite from the rest of Singapore.

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