Top things to do in Singapore this weekend (12 – 14 July)


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As we roll into July, there’s a whole list of exciting activities to add to your bucket list. Check out our latest recommendations for a fulfilling weekend.

01 • Wong Fu Fu (halal)

(Photo adapted from: MiddleClass.SG and Eatbook)

With their customisable options, Singapore’s first halal-certified Taiwan eatery is the ideal location if you like customising your meals. Mix and match every element of your meal, such as your protein, base, and sauce. Our favourite is the crispy and succulent Taiwan Fried Chicken – an iconic Taiwanese staple. Every order of a main also comes with access to the free-flow snack bar, and better yet, refillable bubble tea! 🧋

📍 Address: 776 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198744
⏰ Opening hours: Tue to Sun, 12 – 10pm
📞 Contact: 8890 1844
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website:

02 • Restaurant Aisyah (halal)

(Photo adapted from: SETHLUI)

A bite of this restaurant’s dishes teleports you to Xinjiang, China — where dishes are fragrant, spicy, and seasoned to perfection. The Melt-Off-The-Bone Mutton Noodles is aptly named, especially since the store’s specialities are hand-pulled noodles and braised mutton. Imagine slurping on springy noodles doused in a spicy broth and chewing on tender and juicy mutton. 😋

📍 Address: 25 Arab Street, Singapore 199724
⏰ Opening hours: 11.30am – 8.30pm daily
📞 Contact: 8900 0783
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website:

03 • Pin Xiang Kitchen

(Photo: Deliveroo)

Pin Xiang Kitchen’s food never disappoints. After gaining recognition for their chicken rice, they’ve expanded their menu to include other tze char delights. These include many tantalising crowd-favourites, like the Signature Sour Vegetables with Sliced Fish, Claypot Pepper Lala, and Laziji (mala chicken).

📍 Address: 33 Tai Thong Crescent, Singapore 347860
⏰ Opening hours: 10am – 10pm daily
📞 Contact: 6029 3112
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website:

04 • Wangfu Dimsum

(Photo: Foodpanda)

This underrated eatery’s offerings are the perfect way to melt away the stress of your workday. Sink your teeth into their pan-fried buns that are bursting at the seams with juice and filling. Choose between pork, shrimp, or a combination of both as your dumpling stuffing. Regardless of your choice, it is safe to say that the buns would have you reaching for more the moment they land in your mouth. 🥟

📍 Address: One North Galaxis, 1 Fusionopolis Place, 1, #01-17 Galaxis, Singapore 138522
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Fri, 8.30am – 8.30pm | Sat and Sun, 9am – 8.30pm
📞 Contact: 8722 4700
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website:

05 • Impressions of Monet: The Garden

(Photo: TimeOut)

We can’t stop talking about Gardens by the Bay’s new theme. Inspired by Monet’s dreamy garden that was featured in many of his artworks, the Flower Dome is set to turn into a stunning display of florals like hydrangeas, weeping willows, daisies, and geraniums.

📍 Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
🗓️ Dates: 12 July to 17 September 2024
⏰ Opening hours: 9am – 9pm daily
📞 Contact: 6420 6848
🌐 Website:

06 • Titoudao

Titoudao retells the true story of Madam Oon Ah Chiam who was a popular local wayang (Chinese street opera) star. Follow the protagonist as she chases her ambitions against all odds in this award-winning theatrical masterpiece. ✨

📍 Address: 9 Empress Place, Singapore 179556
🗓️ Dates: 5 to 28 July 2024
⏰ Opening hours: Various timings
📞 Contact: 9833 6133
🌐 Website:

07 • Play:Date

(Photo: The Smart Local)

Unlike traditional museum exhibitions, Singapore National Museum’s latest experiential pop-up is highly interactive. Visitors can take a trip down memory lane and admire many toy collections that date back to the 1980s. These include Barbie dolls, local McDonald’s toys, and even the Pucky Rose Knight, which is a popular POP MART figurine.

📍 Address: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
🗓️ Dates: 5 July 2024 to 5 January 2025
⏰ Opening hours: 10am – 7pm daily
🌐 Website:

08 • GREEN HOUSE 2024

(Photo: Go Green SG)

GREEN HOUSE is back for its third edition of their experiential festival that’s all about sustainability. This time, visitors can shop from a range of environmentally-conscious brands, watch documentaries made by local and global film makers, and even adopt pets.

📍 Address: New Bahru, 46 & 58 Kim Yam Road, Singapore 239351
🗓️ Dates: 13 to 14 July
⏰ Opening hours: 10am – 7pm daily
🌐 Website:

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