Top things to do in Singapore this weekend (3 – 5 November)


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Happy November! Kick off the month by celebrating Korean movies, Singapore’s history, plant-based goodness, and more. 🎉

01 • WellSmoocht

(Photo adapted from: Foodpanda and WellSmoocht)

West-side pizza lovers, here’s a tasty secret. Head over to WellSmoocht in Jurong East for vegan twists on your favourite classics like Hawaiian and Pepperoni pizzas.

Trade in your usual pick for a slice of their Truffle Porcini Funghi Pizza, which is an exquisite combination of umami-rich mushrooms perched on a perfectly crispy pizza base. Once you’ve savoured every bite, indulge in vegan ice cream and waffles that’ll make you melt with delight. 🍕

📍 Address: 319 Jurong East Street 31, #01-58, Singapore 600319
Opening hours: Wed, Thu, and Sun 12pm – 9pm | Fri and Sat, 12pm – 9.30pm
📞 Contact: 6266 5691
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website:

02 • Carrotsticks & Cravings

(Photo adapted from: Miss Tam Chiak and Daniel Food Diary)

G’day, mate! If you’re seeking a taste of Down Under in Singapore’s CBD, Carrotsticks & Cravings is your go-to spot. This Melbourne-inspired cafe boasts 2 easily accessible outlets — one on Stanley Street and the other near Robertson Quay.

Don’t miss the quintessential Melbourne dish, the Smashed Avo on Herb Sourdough paired with a unique homemade dukkah blend. Other noteworthy options include Red Shakshouka, Cream Cheese Smoked Salmon, and the special Breakfast Burrito which is only available on weekends. 🌱

📍 Address: 7 Rodyk Street, #01-34, Singapore 238215. See the other outlet.
Opening hours: 7.30am to 5pm daily
📞 Contact: 8128 9326
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website:

03 • Momolato Cafe (halal)

(Photo adapted from: Momolato)

The name Momolato says it all: “more and more gelato”. This cosy cafe promises an ice cream adventure that’s both vegan and halal! Not only that, there’s also a keto-friendly range.

Delight in their tropical-inspired creations crafted from natural ingredients. There’s the nutty delight of roasted Sicilian pistachio and the zesty allure of Kochi yuzu shiso. For a refreshing twist, try the red watermelon soursop, passionfruit osmanthus, or some creamy hass avocado. 🥑

📍 Address: 34 Haji Lane, Singapore 189227
Opening hours: Sun to Thu, 12pm – 11pm | Fri and Sat, 12am – 2am
📞 Contact: 9679 7268
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website:

04 • Saute-san (halal)

(Photo adapted from: Studio A.W and Advocado)

Saute-san adds a halal and vegan twist to traditional Japanese and Korean cuisine to cater to all dietary preferences. From flavourful soy milk ramen to delectable katsu curry rice, Saute-san’s plant-based dishes offer a tasty adventure that caters to every palate.

📍 Address: 180 Kitchener Road, #03-23 /24, Singapore 208539
Opening hours: 11.30am to 9.30pm daily
📞 Contact: Contact form
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website:

05 • Korean Film Festival 2023 — free!

(Photo: BFI Southbank)

Round up your chingus (friends in Korean) for a Korean cinema extravaganza at the Korean Film Festival 2023. From recent Korean blockbusters and captivating documentaries to short films you don’t want to miss, there’s a lot to catch at this film festival. And guess what? It’s totally free of charge!

This year, the festival spotlights talented female Korean directors. Complimentary tickets are up for grabs, but it’s best that you snag them right away as seats are filling up fast. Even if you miss pre-booking, you might still get walk-in tickets if there are any no-shows.

📍 Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-373, Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983
Event timings: 27 October to 5 November
📞 Contact: Contact form
🌐 Website:

06 • Nautical Paw-ty

(Photo: Income)

If you have a fur child, this pet-friendly festival at Northshore Plaza is where you need to be. It’s packed with exciting activities for your furry friends, including a doggy obstacle course and a best-dressed pet contest.

But that’s not all – explore 25 pop-up booths that’ll be selling everything from pet accessories to yummy treats. Even if you don’t have a pet to bring along, you can still enjoy the animal-themed craft workshops and a bouncy castle. Early birds will be up for chances to win goodie bags worth over $400!

📍 Address: 407 Northshore Drive, Singapore 820407
Event timings: 5 November, 10am – 4pm
📞 Contact:
🌐 Website:

07 • LKY: The Experience

(Photo: Confirm Good)

Step into a journey through the life of Mr. Lee Kuan Yew at LKY: The Experience, a grand exhibition that spans 3 storeys and 20 rooms.

Start in “The Moments” zone to learn about Mr. Lee’s past, from his childhood to wartime experiences and his personal life. The emotional depth of his love story, and his wife’s love and vision in his dreams will tug at your heartstrings. Then, explore the themed rooms for photos and engaging challenges inspired by Mr. Lee’s life in “The Beliefs” zone.

This exhibition is suitable for all ages, so there’s something for everyone whether you’re on a date night or out with the family. Tickets are affordably priced at $18 per person, with discounts for seniors, and free entry for kids under the age of 12. Catch this captivating exhibition until 31 December.

📍 Address: 11 Prinsep Link, Singapore 187949
Opening hours: 6 October to 31 December, 10am – 8pm
📞 Contact:
🌐 Website:

08 • Get Crafty!

Unleash your creative flair at the “Get Crafty! – Dried Flowers Framed Art” DIY workshop, where you’ll make your own framed floral art amidst the serene Australian Garden ambience.

Select from an array of dried flowers and let your imagination bloom as you design a stunning home décor or cherished keepsake. With materials provided, including dried flowers and a 17cm x 22cm wooden frame, you’re all set to embark on a therapeutic and artistic day.

📍 Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Event timings 4 to 5 November, 10am – 6pm
📞 Contact: 6420 6848
🌐 Website:

(Featured photo adapted from: Foodpanda, Momolato, BFI Southbank, and Income)

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