A weekend in Singapore has more to do than you think. 

Singapore Tea Festival

Fun fact: the more tea you drink, the less likely you are to develop dementia. Or so they say. At least we hope you’re feeling a little bit more validated for choosing tea over coffee. Well, the Singapore Tea Fest is here. Check out a slew of homegrown tea collections, tea-inspired food and workshops at ION Orchard this weekend. It’s free.

10am to 10pm at ION Orchard, Basement 4

World Oyster Festival

This month, Greenwood Fish Market celebrates its fifth annual World Oyster Festival. Starring 20 breeds of oysters from around the world, they include the Brittany Specials and Golden Mantle, each available for a minimum order of two. Tasting platters of 16 are also priced at $99. 

12pm to 10pm at Greenwood Fish Market, 34/38 Greenwood Avenue

O.P.E.N. Kitchens

As part of this year’s Singapore International Festival of Arts, here’s where you take opportunity to munch on Singaporean cuisine prepared by 20 local home cooks. Every dish has a story to tell. Do fried doughnuts dipped in gula melaka sound good to you?

One O.P.E.N. pass is allowed for one session only. Register yourself here

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